|Linda Wagner (#46580403)|
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I'm originally from Alabama although I've lived away for years. It's great to be able to have a virtual visit, the closest thing to standing at the gravesite of a loved one. If there is incorrect information or typographical errors in any of my listings, please feel free to e-mail me.|
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|Anonymous||Lemuel Eugene Goodin|
Subject is my paternal grandfather. I have recently joined Ancestry.com and am looking for information about his grandfather, Thomas Lemuel Goodin. I have been told there is a gravestone tor a Tom Goodin in Old Town Athens City Cemetery in Athens, Alabama. Do you have or are you able to tell me anything about this grave. I live in Louisiana.
|Mary||RE: Hi, Kali,|
"Now he belongs to the Ages". What a grand tombstone! I believe that's a weeping willow tree at the top? It's hard to make out, but I can see the sketch of Wesley Colin's pets--his friend did a very nice drawing.
Yes, I am a big time animal lover. I have signed so many petitions for animals and their welfare, that I stopped counting after the 1,000th. I know that adding my signature and donating a few dollars has made a difference for the better for a few animals over the years...
I sometimes believe that animals have a 'sense' that God has given them--that they sometimes know us better than we know ourselves and that an animal just knows if a person is good or bad, kind and loving or not. I'm happy that your son had loving animal companions and will be seeing them again at Rainbow Bridge.
Added by Mary on Jul 31, 2010 6:02 PM
I send you my sincere sympathies on the loss of your beloved son Wesley. I really wish I did have all the time in the world to leave flowers and I know it's an enormous task, so I wonder if others are doing the same here, which would be great... When we all are together in Heaven, we'll be meeting everyone else and I so look forward to it--that's why we will need Eternity to meet one another--the line will never end...
I also will be visiting Rainbow Bridge in Heaven many, many times, where animals are waiting to reunite with their loving humans and where those animals who never knew Love will finally receive it forever...
Added by Mary on Jul 30, 2010 4:30 PM
|Bon Bon||Ada A Horton|
Hello, I was wondering if you have anymore information on Ada Horton and her husband James A.? Maybe children, or anything would help. Please... Thank you!
Added by Bon Bon on Mar 19, 2010 11:35 PM
|Patricia Nave||Mary A. Greenhaw|
I am a descendant of Mary A. Greenhaw, buried in Myers Cemetery, Limestone County, AL.
Will you transfer her grave as well as her husband's (Archable Greenhaw) to me?
Thank you for taking these pictures and creating these graves!