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“Walking. I am listening to a deeper way. Suddenly all my ancestors are behind me. Be still, they say. Watch and listen. You are the result of the love of thousands.”|
― Linda Hogan
Veteran, US MARINES, Vietnam
~Katie's grandpa, wounded in combat
Bahamas ~ A Brave Steer
BLUE ~ The Belgian Ox
Henri ~ Gentle Kitty
Yager ~ Family dog/now with photo
Lizzy ~ Our special kitty
Mr. Black ~ Neighborhood Cat
Miss Kitty ~ kitty-cat
"brief is life but love is long"
-A. L. Tennyson
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I WELCOME all corrections, and with a few exceptions, I am happy to transfer any of the memorials I have created - on to those who have a relationship, or historical interest.
My belief is that family members, however distant, make the most caring managers of memorials.
My own ancestors, family, friends, most local memorials, and special history interests, I do maintain in my care, with various exceptions to this, too.
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|D. Singleton Shell||New Address|
Hello Georgia, I've had lots of computer problems, and I don't have your address in my contact list. I can't remember if you gave me your email, but contact me if and however you want to. My address is: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for visiting Bill again. You been so very kind, it's hard to believe it's been 4 years. Chaos reigns here, a house guest and 3 more dogs. Mine loves having them to play. Hope you are well, Darla
|Nancy Fogle,Compos||Kay and Ray Queen|
Here is the number the Cemetery Office for Green Lawn here in Kansas City,Missouri
Could you please call and ask for the grave location?
Sec Lot and Space
When you get it send it to me so I can get a pic of the marker!
|D. Singleton Shell||Grandma Singleton|
Next time you visit, check behind the photo. I added a little bit more. Also, will you please correct my mistakes in putting it all together. Contact me at email@example.com. Your memorials are so interesting to read. You are a real professional. djs
|D. Singleton Shell||YOU FOUND IT!!!!|
I don't know what to say, except THANK YOU! I have asked my son to save it for me, I don't navigate well, and would never have thought to search with what Grandma sang over and over. "In the tree" repeated may have been just the clue one needed. Now I can leave it to my granddaughters in case they would like to carry on the tradition when they have children. Love having the extra verses. Bless your heart, you've made this old woman very happy. :) Hugs and thanks for all you do for people. Darla p.s. Wouldn't Grandma get a thrill out of this? Wish she knew!
Georgia, I found Louise on the 1940 Census in Chicago married to Franklin G. Murdock and I also found her obit that says she is buried at Our Lady of Sorrows in Hillside, Il. I posted a memorial for her husband Franklin #154156512 with his obit.
The only thing you can do is to contact the cemetery and see if they have a record of her burial, she does not show up on the kiosk, but the wife Pauline did. Judy
Added by Judy on Oct 23, 2015 10:01 PM
|Dan Niemiec||RE: memorial #119948859|
Our lady of sorrows is actually a small northwestern portion of Queen of Heaven in Hillside but for some reason has its own name. In the computer kiosks they refer to Queen of heaven and not OLS for the sections numbered 100-110
|Andrea Elam||John Thurlo|
Memories of Needles past and present - a group on Facebook has a book of descendants of John and Abigail Thurlo. Just passing info along.
There are three stones in the Ingraham block that have first names only. I live in Waitsburg so went to check if the city had more detail. There was a letter to the clerk in 2002 offering corrections.
I have a copy of the letter and have scanned it. It appears to be from a person that has done a fair amount of research on Ancestry.
I don't see quite how to attach it here. My regular e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org and I would be happy to share that letter.
|RhettaSue||RE: Annie Bridges|
John H.(Henry Bridges seems to have vanished into thin air after the 1920 census! I have searched (online) the newspapers, cemeteries, census, California Death Index, etc., all to no avail. John is not a direct ancestor, my connection is only through his marriage to Annie. John and Annie did not have any children together. John had children from a previous marriage. I am in contact with one of his direct descendants and they also have not been able to find anything about him after 1920. The search goes on. :)
|RhettaSue||RE: Bridges family|
I found a passport from 1924 for John Hewston Bridges on FamilySearch which gives his middle name as Hewston. The passport also lists his birthdate, his father's name, the date of his marriage to Minnie, where they lived, and a photo of he and Minnie (2nd page of passport) which he signed John Hewston Bridges. Hope this helps.
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