M. Charles Workman

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I'm not an expert by any means, but simply love researching our family on ancestry. The stories, legacies, history and surprises are way too many to count! Currently, I’m honored to have the care of my family Find A Grave Memorial pages. It’s one way we can show them we still care, will always remember and a way to look after our family on a very consistent basis.

One of the reasons I started working with Ancestry is after our son Brett Charles Workman (1987-2014) passed away I needed the comfort of family around me. And around him.
Stop by to see him if you have a minute. 130962932.

We now have a wealth of family history, paternal & maternal for both my side of the family and my husbands. We understand this journey is only at its beginning. What a legacy for our sons, their families and our precious grandchildren.

Have a wonderful day. ( that's Donald our Sheltie in the picture. He was Brett's dog. Sadly, we lost Donald June 15, 2018. But we know he and Brett are waiting at the Rainbow Bridge.)

We want our records to be as accurate as possible. I'm sure I've made mistakes along the way. I'll be more than happy to correct my errors as long as the research is behind it. My sister and I ( and many others on ancestry) have spent countless hours weeding through what's true and what " sounds like it's true". Nothing surprises me from what's around the next corner in our wonderful family line to what some folks will " spice up" to make the family history sound a little better. Don't do that. It causes so many problems. Our family is terrific the way it is! The legacy, the history and the stories do not need any ones pen adding to, taking out or other wise embellishing what actually happened.

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us. What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal ". Albert Pine

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