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WE ARE THE CHOSEN by Della M. Cumming ca 1943.-"In each family we are called to find the ancestors. To put flesh on their bones and make them live again, to tell the family story and to feel that somehow they know and approve. Doing genealogy is not a cold gathering of facts but, instead, breathing life into all who have gone before. We are the story tellers of the tribe. ...... So, as a scribe called, I tell the story of my family. It is up to that one called in the next generation, to answer the call and take their place in the long line of family storytellers. That is why I do my family genealogy, and that is what calls those young and old to step up and put flesh on the bone."
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|Denise51977||My Mother's Memorial|
Thank you so much for transferring my mother's memorial over to me, I do appreciate it very much!
May God Bless.
|v f||Nancy Brouillett|
Thanks so much for the wonderful info!!!
Added by v f on Aug 17, 2014 4:05 PM
|Anne Mortensen||Mary C. Bowman photo request|
Are you still taking photo requests? I have been working on my Bowman family line and found my great aunt which you created a memorial for.
Her no. is 97645580 in Dayton, Ohio. Most of the other Bowmans are at Woodland or Willow View Cemeteries.
If you are nearby, would you be able to take a photo of her gravestone for me? I am hoping to find out if she was married and if her husband is named on her headstone.
|John Beckstein||Eunice Orcott|
I am member of Godfrey Library. I visited the site and a photo is listed there. I viewed the photo and the information. I am not able to visit the cemetery to look for the stone but it is there.
|Eliz Davis Hanebury||RE: Vesta Wolcott|
Thanks! I have been very busy with this family thanks to you -smile- and I only had 132, have lots more now!
|AmyKimSto||Framptons & Wolcotts|
I´m related to the Framptons through Martin. F.´s sister Rachel (she married William Gillen and I took a pic of his grave back in 2010). Have no info on the Wolcotts.
|AmyKimSto||Mary Ann Frampton|
Yes, I have her as a daughter of Martin & Sarah. "In memory of Mary Ann, daughter of Martin & Sarah Frampton, who died Sept. 23, 1823, aged 2 years"
|Marie Bonafonte||Rhoda Robbins Wolcott|
I don't remember - it was so long ago & I can't even offer to go over there since I relocated to NY. "The Moo" (#46834101) has been there several times and taken lots of really great photos - you might want to contact her to see if she is able to go there to see what she can read on the table (I'm thinking that something very light writing must be able to see on it for me to know it was a "Robbins") or check the headstones next to that table. Or, you could also contact Don Blauvelt (#46932939) who I believe has done extensive research on the Robbins in this cemetery for a long time. I'd hate to put Rhoda's name on this one and then find it isn't her. Best, Marie
|Thomas P. Moen, Jr.||RE: Bennett O Moen|
Uncle Bennet was the live wire in our family. He always told the best jokes, and always had a good word. He worked for Cargill, and was in charge of their sunflower production. They gave him a station wagon with a telephone in it in the late 1960's so he could report from the fields. The picture I posted is his wedding picture. I was told that he was buried in that suit.
I really want to thank you for all you've done to keep track of our burial sites in our family. This heritage will outlast us all and will help our descendants a great deal when they want to research family.
At the end of July we will be driving to Idaho Falls, Idaho. Our nephew, Joe Boyd, is getting married, so it is a great time for family to get together.
One of the best parts of Find-A-Grave is that I've been able to meet you folks.
God bless you with His best and nicest blessings.
Bismark Cemetery is quite old and rarely used. All the missing Taylors are probably there with no stone. I recently revisited it and now have better resolution pictures.
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