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RMW (#47445577)
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Bio Photo I am currently working on the family genealogy.
My Family: Myrtle, Dix, Gill, Giese, Nicholson, Jessen, Aspelin, Nelson and Anderson.
My Husbands Family: Warren, Greenman, Prentice, Blair, Couch, Broadhurst, Randall, Ross.
Related Family: Hotze, Linnebur, Blume, Anderson.

If you notice something that needs to be corrected or have information that could be added, please let me know.

Most of the memorials I am caring for are relatives.

Marlene

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Frank needs help with unknown burials.
Most seem to be in the Syracuse, New York area.
I NEED YOUR HELP - Frank K.

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THANK YOU to everyone that has left flowers on the memorials of my family and friends.
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Aug 26

Birthday's
Monica Chambers

Angel Day
baby Ernest Gill
Denzil Henderson

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Aug 27

Birthday's
Margaret Louft

Angel Day
Bernice Matherly
John Routledge

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Aug 28

Birthday's
Sr Augusta Pfannenstiel

Angel Day
Aaron Garn
LJay Pechin

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Aug 29

Birthday's
Catherine Hazen

Angel Day
Richard Fenske

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THANK YOU to everyone that has left flowers on the memorials of my family and friends.
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Peggy Bargen Duey
Orilla Frappia
Thanks so much for fulfilling my photo request for Orilla; I appreciate it very much!!!
Added by Peggy Bargen Duey on Aug 21, 2016 12:29 PM
glenda (contributor #47305349)
John Lindner
Thanks for trying!
Added by glenda (contributor #4730... on Aug 20, 2016 10:57 AM
Kathie M Donahue
William Thomas Nelson
Marlene: Thank you for posting on the entry for William Thomas Nelson who is buried in Wenatchee, Chelan, WA. I've been working on this Nelson line through William's cousin, Miranda Nelson (1860 IA to 1951 Salem, Marion, OR). The research problem occurs in the generation of William Thomas's grandparents, James Nelson and Frances Davis. According to the McDonald's (Miranda married James Francis McDonald), James Nelson was of Indian heritage; born in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery, KY, in 1785 and died in Texas in 1849. He married Frances Davis, thought to be the daughter of John and Elizabeth Sally Shafer,in 1809 in Montgomery Co., KY. The story is told, that James and Frances answered Steven Austin's call for settlers in Texas in the 1820's. They took boat down the Mississippi, out through New Orleans and across the Gulf of Mexico to Texas. Frances, died in 1824, on the journey. James is listed with 4 children in Texas in 1824, a widower and private in the TX Army (Mar-Jun 1836); wounded at San Jacinto and granted land in Colorado County TX. He remarried 12 Jan 1840 to Mary Slaughter; he had 300 acres and 10 slaves in later years. He died in 1849. The McDonald's claim that James and/or Frances were Choctaw Indian. William Thomas Nelson's picture certainly reveals strong Choctaw characteristics. I know many do not want Indian blood or to talk about it, but it's an interesting part of the history and we have been pursuing it for several years. Others who have similar stories or who can correct or shed light on our lineage through James and Frances will, hopefully contact us. Many thanks for your good work and for all you do for family history. prairiestitcher at centurytel dot net
Added by Kathie M Donahue on Aug 12, 2016 11:12 AM
Esther Kinder
RE: Flowering
Dear Marlene: No thanks are necessary dear friend. It is my honor to token my friends family, friends and loved ones. Have a great Day
Added by Esther Kinder on Jul 25, 2016 1:19 PM
L. B.
Oak Dale Cemetery
Hi! Marlene,
I have completed updating the Oak Dale Cemetery with the record I have. I really appreciate you updating the memorials. I hope someone is adding additional burials to Oak Dale.

Thank You-L.B.
Added by L. B. on Jul 23, 2016 9:03 PM
Zina ♥︎ Bee
Thank you ♥
Hi there,

I just wanted to leave a thank you note for your consistently remembering the Sewol victims on their birthdays. The victims of the Sewol have a very special place in my heart, so it means the world to me, seeing others remember them.

I hope you have a beautiful rest of your week,

Zina
Added by Zina ♥︎ Bee on Jul 22, 2016 12:43 AM
Alfred Pechin
Barbara L. Pechin
Respectfully request that you transfer Barbara L. Pechin to me. Grave Memorial# 93479718

Thank you for your consideration

Alfred J. Pechin
Added by Alfred Pechin on Jul 13, 2016 11:36 AM
Legsie11
James Anthony Dowd
Hi Marlene, a big 'thank you' to you for remembering my dad's angel day and birthday.

God bless
Sharon
Added by Legsie11 on Jun 12, 2016 9:27 AM
JDR
RE: Selma Johnson Dahl
Selma was my father's cousin on the Bechtel side. Selma's mother was Martha (Bechtel) Johnson. Selma and her husband, Niel, attended my wedding in 1962.
Added by JDR on May 16, 2016 10:01 AM
Kay Love
Thank you Marlene!
Thanks cousin-in-law for visiting my mom, Betty Smith Wittman ,on her heavenly birthday. And let me take this opportunity to thank you for all of your visits.
Your friend, (and maybe husband's relation)
Kay
Added by Kay Love on May 10, 2016 5:03 PM
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