|Daryl & Barbara (Biggs) Mallett (#46984947)|
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Daryl's father's mother is descended from Barbara Hochstedler & Christian Stutzman and related their extended and large clan of descendants, numbering at least 16,000 or more by 1900... Half of Cambria County, PA and all the Amish and Mennonites are cousins by way of Germany and Switzerland. Paternal grandfather's family out of Cleveland, Ohio area by way of England. Mother's side comes from Japan.|
Barbara's father's clan hails from the Kingman, Kansas area by way of Germany. Her mother's side comes from New Mexico and New York by way of Ukraine and Russia.
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We had a successful disinterment and reinterment of Jacob Youtcy in Kelvin/Kearny, Arizona. Over 300 people attended the funeral. Horses, caisson, Civil War re-enactors, Catholic priest in period vestments, the train honked as it went past the cemetery and two military planes flew over the parade and waggled their wings at Jacob as we went through town. Over 100 of his descendants and their families attended as well. God gave us a fantastically humbling day.
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A Standers Affirmation
I made mistakes. Horrible ones. And poor choices. And was selfish and arrogant and lazy at times. I thought I was giving everything to my wife and marriage and children, but now I see so many places I could have done better, done more, made better choices, used kinder words.
I am still in love with my wife. I said "for better or for worse" and meant it. I said "in good times and in bad" and meant it. And I said "until death do us part" and I meant it. I still mean those things.
I will not speak angry words to my wife or about my wife. I will not use the children as pawns. I will not return slights with slights. I will speak love and goodness to her, about her.
So I am "standing" for our marriage. What that really means is I'm kneeling in prayer for our marriage. I will trust in God's faithfulness and His ability to do ANYTHING, including change hearts and reroute divorce. I was wrong in so many ways. Please forgive me, Barbara. I love you.
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|Janis Wrean||Twin Daughters Knox #82394977|
There are a few 'mysteries' with these twin baby girls. There are pages made for them by you at both Free Church and Riverside Cem.s, you'll see I've submitted 'partial' edits on their dates,just to try and start sorting this out.The main complication is likely an error on the stones,#81555859.Photo clearly shows parents Arch. and Julia.That corresponds with all family info[censuses,Dad's obit, records] What is likely wrong is the year,1848. On the pages you made at Riverside, the dates are 'correct' except that the one girl died a day after birth.The Free Church pages show Abigail Rushmore[his first wife]linked as their mother,she died Sep 1848,so it seems to make sense,but I'm pretty sure they aren't hers, as all info indicates. I can send you the link to this family GEDCOM if you wish.Hard to imagine how such a mistake could be made by the stone engraver.Any ideas on'fixing' this?
|Nancy Caruthers Karns||David A. Lehman|
Thank you, Daryl! Hope you are doing well!
I added a photo of the grave marker for Otto Binder (b. Aug. 26, 1911 d. Oct. 13, 1974). Could you please add the cemetery information: George Washington Memorial Park, Paramus, NJ. Thanks!
Wayne Smith (jpepperman)
|Nancy Thompson||Wonders, William & Maud|
Daryl & Barbara:
On the memorial you created for subject ancestors, you have annotated Maud, #57807905 as the child. Maud is Williams's spouse.
There is a child named Vera but I will contact the creators of Vera and then, once that is linked, you will see Vera as a child on William & Maud's memorials.
We all make mistakes and thought you may want to correct this! Hope I didn't confuse you!
|Lorraine Bailey||Evergreen cemetery|
Hello,I left updated information on Fern Larrabee,,could you please go add it to her findagrave # 38287708.Albany Twp, Evergreen, Bradford County, Pa.Cemetery. Thank-you for your time. Lorraine Bailey
Please take an action against "David" who writes hateful messages:
Added by KL4805 on Feb 26, 2017 3:58 AM
|Nancy Caruthers Karns||Margaret specht|
Thanks, Daryl, for the edit! Nancy
You made the entry for Cosme Aramburu as
Burial: Ray Memorial Cemetery
Kearny Pinal County
Plot: Block B, Section 9, Grave 52
Wondering if you have a map of the cemetery since I'll be visiting this weekend and would like to actually see/visit my great grandfather
Added by azpeitia on Feb 23, 2017 2:24 PM
|Cherokee Rose||Memorial #85392740|
Hi! You left a note on the above memorial stating that he died in a coal mining accident in 1947; however, the grave marker indicates his death in 1969. Might I ask from where your info was retrieved? Thanks for any insight. Marlene
|Rob Haldeman||Photo of Wayne H. Simola|
Daryl & Barbara,
Hello, my name is Rob Haldeman and I am the creator of the www.tankdestroyer.net website.
I am currently working with the family of Wayne H. Simola to add him to our website. I am
contacting you to request permission to use the photo of Wayne that you posted on Find A Grave.
If this is acceptable, please identify how you would like the credit to be written. Thank you for your consideration.
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