A link in the chain has been broken; Your loved one has gone to rest. But through your tear dimmed eyes you see, That a loving God knows best. And you must go on without her, and though your loss is great, She will be there to meet you At Heaven's Golden Gate.
By Marvel Bennett, written for my mother, Lois Goodman Skinner ============================= A limb has fallen from the family tree. I keep hearing a voice that says, "Grieve not for me. Remember the best times, the laughter, the song, The good life I lived while I was strong. Continue my heritage, I'm counting on you. Keep smiling and surely the sun will shine thru. My mind is at ease, my soul is at rest. Remembering all, how I truly was blessed. Continue traditions, no matter how small. Go on with your life, don't worry about falls I miss you dearly, so keep up your chin. Until the day comes we're together again.
RE: Idella May Black I have very little information concerning Idella May Black. I was hoping you did. She has been called Idella May/Mae Snyder, Della Mae Black, Idella M Blach & May E Black. She married Charles Edward Black ca 1908.He was born ca 1883 PA & believed to have died before 1940. He has been called Edward Allen & Charles Blach. His son George Allen Black was very private about information concerning his family. George is the one that gave his name as Edward Allen. This is all I have. Thanks for your reply. We were on vacation & I had to wait until I got back to answer you. Hopefully one of these days this mystery will be solved. Donna
RE: Louisa L (Woodworth) Rood Thanks, I also tend to think there should be 2 memorials for 2 stones, although you end up having to choose one of them to link to as a parent if the person had kids. I wasn't sure if there was a generally accepted method. -Amy
Louisa L (Woodworth) Rood Sorry, I sent an empty message just now! I'd like your opinion on what to do with the two separate memorials for Louisa Rood in Fredonia: 60289639 in Forest Hill 15797608 in Pioneer (adjacent to Forest Hill)
It looks like her husband George Coomer Rood had a monument put in Forest Hill later that mentions his parents Joseph & Lois, and his first wife Louisa, all 3 of whom I assume are actually buried in the Pioneer cemetery (where there are smaller older stones). So do you think we should say that Louisa is actually in Pioneer, and maybe add a picture of the Forest Hill stone on the Pioneer page (with a caption that the stone is in Forest Hill)? Or should there continue to be two memorials for Louisa since there are two stones? I'm not sure what the usual procedure would be. -Amy Talbot