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Richard LaBille (#47034222)
 member for 8 years, 7 months, 25 days
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Bio Photo worked since I was 11 years of age. Every thing from milk & ice cream, apple orchard, cutting meat, Bar tender, Lumber yard work / lawn & garden, to making auto & truck wheels starting on the ground level in that field & worked my way up to technician, then management (superintendent) of the plant on afternoon & midnight shifts for many years until retirement & Parkinson's.... But I keep busy working around the home & the 15+ acres it sits on that had a small pond @ first but I had it enlarged to cover about 2 acres that I keep stocked and get to fish from time to time. Travel some to check out sites that ancestry background may take me & locating grave sites of my ancestors. But limited to short trips due the Parkinsons & age... BUT I make do.. Made up my mind that the two wasn't getting me down... So far I'm holding my own..
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Gaye Hill
William F DeCoursey family
How do you add the children's names to the mother or fathers site???

Hello Richard -

For EACH person on Find A Grave with a memorial you can list them with:

Parents - by using the FAMILY LINKS and putting in the memorial numbers for the parents or spouse

I'll look at these and add additional information.

Gaye Hill

Added by Gaye Hill on Dec 28, 2016 1:50 AM
RE: Last name known
Richard, on Williminas memorial, it says she married 3 times and that "Henry Hundermark" was her 1st husband. Are you sure it's her maiden name?
Added by Diana on Sep 16, 2016 7:52 AM
RE: Last name known
Let me see if I got this right- you are wanting me to add Williminas maiden name? If that is it, I can send an edit for it to be changed, then see if they will change it for me, ok? If that isn't it, let me know!
Added by Diana on Sep 16, 2016 7:50 AM
RE: Last name known
Oh gosh Richard, I want to help you in any way I can, but I'm not quite sure what you are wanting me to do? I truly miss Homer. Never met him but he helped me so much with some of the stones I couldn't figure out, etc. I could always send him an email with my question and a photo of a stone in question and he would usually figure it out for me.

I am so sorry to be so dense, but can you clarify what you are wanting me to do?
Added by Diana on Sep 16, 2016 7:42 AM
PVT Joseph S. Labille

Glad you found the article!. I must say, your last message really hit home. I think this is the importance of knowing your ancestry - it can really shape who we are today. Please contact me via private e-mail. I have been to Luxembourg many times - I was stationed in Belgium for 10 years! As for nutmeg... it ONLY belongs in eggnog and pumpkin pie. I will tolerate it there but nowhere else. My time in Belgium made me hate it - they put it in everything. :)
Added by KimTisha on Aug 10, 2016 5:42 AM
RE: Article of Joseph S Labille
Hi Richard,

Here again is the link to the article about your great-grandfather, perhaps I copied it wrong in my original message. It is a lovely tribute. The title of the article is "Another Survivor of Forlorn Hope" and can be found at the top of page 4, column 4. I will post a screen shot of the article on the memorial page you made for him. If you don't want it there, please let me know and I will remove it.
Added by KimTisha on Aug 06, 2016 7:54 AM
PVT Joseph S. Labille
Hello, I thought you might be interested in this article I found about your Great Grandfather. It is from the Trenton (NJ) True American, 13 June 1910:
Added by KimTisha on Jul 16, 2016 6:48 AM
YOU ARE FINE, haha it's totally ok :) I do this to people all the time haha. I'm sorry that I'm not who you thought I was.. I was trying to think, "do I have an uncle Brad that I don't know about?" lol. I do go by Andy though, but spelled Andi.

I do want to say that I am truly sorry for your losses Brad, and if you would like to have your brother Dennis's memorial to take care of, let me know and I will send your way. I hope you have a great day! Let me know if you need anything. :)

Added by andrea on Feb 24, 2016 6:59 AM
Hi Richard/Brad. I would love to tell Brad #2 hello for you, but I am so sorry, I don't know who that is, or who you are :( ... I have made memorials for Dennis and Ginger when I was photographing Smithton cemetery, but I am not related. If you would like to take care of their memorial pages, I'd be happy to transfer them to you. :)

- andrea
Added by andrea on Feb 23, 2016 8:08 AM
Peggy Schul Biever
Mary J, Labille
Richard, many thanks for the information, her page has been updated.
Added by Peggy Schul Biever on Jan 20, 2016 7:12 PM
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