Sadly, always has passed away. Please consider visiting their Find a Grave memorial page and leaving some virtual flowers. Their enthusiasm for cemeteries and willingness to help future generations lives on through their contributions to Find a Grave.
Charles E. Edgerton, Sr.
Newspapers get old and turn yellow. Photos get lost or sometimes they are not identified or dated. So when my wife Marjorie died I wanted a place where I could leave a virtual reality memorial for her with pictures and notes of remembrance.
I have entered memorials for my family, ancestors, and friends using information I received from searching various US Census and State recording sheets, dating back to 1600, and also the immigration records at Ellis Island, New York dating back to 1860.
To all you caring and loving people who stroll through this archive and stop to say hello to my family, ancestors, and friends, I Thank You.
To my unseen friend Jim Tipton - You are the GREATEST.
Love to My 'Seven Pennies', ~always~.
PLEASE leave a flower and a note for Donald W. Edgerton, US Navy WW II, and his wife Valerie A. Edgerton and also for a WWII EX-POW Elmer Reece, and wife Charlotte who rest in the beautiful Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, Florida.