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Kathie L. Webb Blair (#47399339)
 member for 5 years, 7 months, 9 days
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Jeannie
Shadow Cat
I am so sorry to see that you have lost Shadow Cat's company. I know how much you love that kitty. Love : Jeannie

Added by Jeannie on Jul 15, 2016 11:26 AM

Jeannie
RE: Charles Millering Angel Day
Hello Kathy, Thank you for the lovely sentiment on Chucks memorial page. It has been almost 6 years since I quit those hollow tubes! And about 4 years since the doctor cut that little bit of cancer out of my chest. I'm doing great. I still have to work 4 nights a week, it can sure take it's toll on the physical well being. It's Chucks birthday today not his Angel day but I'm sure Chuck doesn't mind.I saw his son on the bus awhile back and his daughter sent me some photos. I hope you are doing okay do you still have shadow cat? I have 2 beautiful grandsons which I can visit and buy toys for. Trevor is 2 1/2 & Tegan is 1 1/2. Take care and stay strong. Love from Jeannie.

Added by Jeannie on Jul 15, 2016 11:16 AM

Michele Mensinger-Power
RE: William N. Shaw
I would be greatly honored for you to share with me your obviously amazing amount of research and attention to detail. Thank you for clarifying his information for me. My mom was pretty confused when I told her he was a mortician. She grew up in the Toppenish area and remembers stories of our family being farmers. My email is powmch5@aol.com Thank you so much for caring enough to work through the night to find the answers. You ROCK!!

Added by Michele Mensinger-Power on Jul 11, 2016 6:48 AM

jboyle
RE: Isham Burnett Dodson
do you know of any indian blood in your tree? mine is rumored to have cherokee i have found several names on the dawes roll from ishams line and was going to pay for their cards

on the names i have found the tree looks like this julie- sharon- eulalia-james leslie- ruth francis-isham burnett dodson -
*elizabeth burnett dodson chactaw?- isham richard burnett 1740 wife* winnefred dodson burnett 1791 choctaw by blood?-
jeremiah burnett 1718 virginia- *john burnett 2 1666 essex county va choctaw by marriage 1243 wife *lucretia johnson chocktaw by blood?-
*john burnett 1610 rappahannock county virginia.

joseph burnett child of jeremiah burnett under creek by blood
a moses burnett creek by blood son of jeremiah burnett 2 wayne county kentucky 125 dawes creek by blood

* means suspected dawes roll.

Added by jboyle on Jul 08, 2016 6:19 PM

Michele Mensinger-Power
William Shaw- Mortician
You left a comment on the William Shaw memorial page that he was a mortician. he is my Great x3 Grandfather. How did you come by that bit of information? His memorial is 109572758. Thank you.

Added by Michele Mensinger-Power on Jul 07, 2016 4:07 PM

Nancy Poppin Umland
RE: Sunset View Cemetery
Hi Kathie, Thanks for your kind words. The headstones that were removed are now in SF Bay.

I came across the SF death index before 1905 and thought I'd add some names to the Sunset Cemetery. It hasn't been much, so far, but I will be doing a little at a time.

The dead do need to be remembered.

I'm of Russian descent and I have been following the various lines in Los Angeles and San Francisco. I found many death certs on Family Search and many are young children. Since they died between census years, their name is not mentioned anywhere. So that is one of my many quests is to link these children to family. Sadly, some of the certificates do not mention a parent; however, sometimes I can link the address to another child who died and the child is linked up. I can't find them all, but I've made a dent.

So sad that the dead are forgotten and covered over. Family members can't even pay their respects. I say shame on those companies who have no feelings or guilt.

That's my soapbox message.

Nancy
Marysville, CA

Added by Nancy Poppin Umland on Jul 07, 2016 9:57 AM

B.J. Waters
Fritz Altmann
Thank you for sponsoring his memorial. That is kind of you.

Regards,

B.J.

Added by B.J. Waters on Jul 06, 2016 7:54 AM

ray&jay
RE: Elie Wiesel memorial

Dear Kathie,

Thank you for the kind words regarding our tribute for the incomparable Elie Wiesel; we were humbled in attempting to define his life within given parameters. As the descendants of immigrant Holocaust survivors, we believe this world mourns the loss of a profound voice whose legacy is our conscience.

Best regards and "shalom aleichem".

RAJ

Added by ray&jay on Jul 03, 2016 1:23 PM

Rebecca H
RE: Burkhart - Hale Connection
Okay I will pull out my info on David & Mary Ann tonight and send it to you by email.

Added by Rebecca H on Jun 30, 2016 12:27 PM

jboyle
rolly dodson
can you confrim that isham burnett dodson was part of this family he is not included on sensus records of family 1860 1850

Added by jboyle on Jun 29, 2016 4:06 PM

Rebecca H
RE: Burkhart - Hale Connection
Hi again Kathie. I noticed you placed some flowers and messages on David J Lewis who died in Montana. The bio suggested he may have had more children. I can confirm he did as I am one of the descendants of an unlisted child. My great grandmother Ada Ann Lewis-Hannon-Sanders was the daughter of David Lewis and Mary Ann Layton-Lewis. Ada was a twin to Ida May Lewis. If you are interested in more info I might be able to help. I am currently working on biographical info of those buried at the Simison/Hale Cemetery in Linn Co. and Ada Ann is buried there with her first husband Lawrence Elijah Hannon.

Added by Rebecca H on Jun 28, 2016 12:39 PM

Rebecca H
RE: Virginia Burkhart
I was happy to do it. I enjoy sharing local history with others, especially Linn County history. I am descended from William Hale Sr & Sarah Borders-Hale through their daughter Sarah Ann. I know the Hales and Burkharts are connected by marriage so it kind of felt as though I was helping a distant relative.

Added by Rebecca H on Jun 27, 2016 6:24 AM

Addie Rickey
RE: Clarissa Linville
THANKS Kathie --- You are right! It would be Benton County. I shall change that in my records right away.

I volunteer at the POLK COUNTY MUSEUM in Rickreall and have been in contact with Alice Eicholz who is the LINVILLE genealogist and historian, so have been finding a lot of data for her. She is interested in ALL Linvilles and hopefully she will get in touch with you soon.

Thanks again ... Addie Rickey

Added by Addie Rickey on Jun 26, 2016 1:43 AM

Rose
RE: Sallie (Wood) Lassiter, #30699611
Thanks for the wonderful bit of history on the Joyners/Lassiters. One of the early Lassiters had a store too and have some of their book work from one of the libraries in NC.Jesse's older sister susannah is my 4th Great Grandmother.

Added by Rose on Jun 18, 2016 8:02 AM

Rose
Find A Grave Memorial# 30699611 sallie wood
I believe you are missing the 1st child of Jesse Lassiter and Sallie Wood who is Lucy Jane Lassiter
born 11 Aug. 1828 and married Moses Joyner. they are mentioned in 2 documents of Jesse Lassiter that I have found. Someone has her maiden name as Wood on her Find A Grave memorial. Be happy to send an abstract of those doc.

Added by Rose on Jun 16, 2016 4:43 PM

Rose
Find A Grave Memorial# 30699611 sallie wood
I believe you are missing the 1st child of Jesse Lassiter and Sallie Wood who is Lucy Jane Lassiter
born 11 Aug. 1828 and married Moses Joyner. they are mentioned in 2 documents of Jesse Lassiter that I have found. Someone has her maiden name as Wood on her Find A Grave memorial. Be happy to send an abstract of those doc.

Added by Rose on Jun 16, 2016 4:40 PM

Liz Cox
Webb Family
Kathie: Thru tracking on Find-A-Grave I found your name. Wilson B. Webb was a brother to my great grandfather George W. Webb. George and Wilson's parents were Harrison Webb and Elizabeth Roller Webb of Scott County, Virginia. Do you know if any pictures exist of Wilson? I would love to chat with you or anyone connect to this Webb Family. I can be reached at LittleMup@sbcglobal.net

Added by Liz Cox on Jun 14, 2016 9:06 PM

Aubrey V
J. Presnall
Thanks for the note. I have copied it into Jacob's record.

Added by Aubrey V on Jun 05, 2016 9:08 PM

M. Johnson
RE: Vern A Smith, #91375647
We're checking on this and see if corrections are needed. Thanks for the heads up on this one. MJ

Added by M. Johnson on Jun 01, 2016 8:12 AM

Lori Nash-Kanitz (Angel Becky's Mom)
Thank You

Hi Kathie,

Thank you for your Memorial Day message for my friend, Douglas Daane, who was killed in Vietnam.

You and I have many things in common -- my father also died on July 9th, although it was in 1980, I was in a severe car accident (at age 7 and broke my neck), suffer from migraines, and also had my DNA tested and we are pretty much the same!

Sincerely, Lori

Added by Lori Nash-Kanitz (Angel B... on May 30, 2016 2:01 AM

Walker
Allen Family
You've done a marvelous write up for Sylvia and Florence. I've added a few pictures to them and their siblings. They're from the group photo in their father's memorial.

Added by Walker on May 20, 2016 11:02 AM

Valenciaღ Asiaღ Angel of Mine💕
Dear Kathie,
Thank you for the lovely message, it had me in tears, love the beautiful words, deeply touched my heart. Bless you always, can't say enough how much it meant to me.

Hugs, Yo


Added by Valenciaღ Asiaư... on May 19, 2016 9:11 AM

Diane LM
Laura Baldwin
Thank you for sponsoring her memorial. I am not a relative either but I really like the marker. She was the wife of the first mayor of Syracuse and died much too young.

Added by Diane LM on May 04, 2016 7:27 AM

Walker
RE: Florence Emma (Allen) Lewis
Gayle Lewis retired from California to Oregon in 1986. He attended Oregon State in Corvalis. He served in the Navy during WWII. He lived many years in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

His Obituary does not list those people in his family that he outlived. It only lists three children and the existence of one grandchild. Their is no indication of any burial -- only that he wished for no ceremony.

They are sons Jack Arthur and Edmond Allen, both of Kirkland, Washington. His daughter was Pamela Lewis Cosgrove of Delaware.

Florence's father had two wives. With those two women they produced 17 children. Florence's mother Bertha Zimmerman had five of those children. Florence's full siblings were
Andrew Zimmerman Allen
Clarence Edward Allen
Sylvania Lucy Allen
Ora Theresa Allen

Added by Walker on May 01, 2016 9:21 AM

Jane Harper
Robert Haynes Webb
Hi Katie, I have info on his second wife that I'd be happy to share with you. Her maiden name was Bishop and she was a sister to my great grandmother, Eleanora. They were from Dawsonville, Ga. very close to Dahlonega. Contact me and I'll share what I have. Jane Harper

Added by Jane Harper on Apr 28, 2016 5:02 PM

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