| || member for 7 years, 1 month, 15 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
It is so comforting to me that my dear Jim is safe with our LORD.|
~For whosoever shall call upon the LORD shall be saved~ Romans 10:13
♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡
I miss you my dear Jim, it is so hard living day to day without you by my side.
I would hope that you would be proud of me because I am trying so hard to do things on my own.
I WILL FOREVER LOVE AND MISS YOU!!!.
My husband and I spent many years(1985-2008) walking through cemeteries, We took a lot of grave notes, in hope of helping us or others in researching.
Then when we found Find A Grave, we started posting them. I have many years of memorials that I still need to post.
MOST OF THE MEMORIALS I HAVE POSTED WERE TAKEN BEFORE WE HAD DIGITAL CAMERAS(1986-2000).
AND FOR SOME REASON BETWEEN 1995-1998 WE VIDEOTAPED THE GRAVES.
|Messages left for Irishlady57 (26)||[Leave Message]|
|Richard Mayo||Happy anniversary|
Happy anniversary nice Lady
Thank you so much for the transfer of James O. Smith.
Have a wonderful day.
Christie Smith Rellinger
Added by Christie on Jan 20, 2014 8:50 AM
|4th Michigan Infantry||Memorial transfer|
Thank you for kindly transferring the memorial for John Kemerey, a soldier in the Fourth Michigan Infantry, to me. I really appreciate your cooperation and all of the work that you have contributed to the Find-A-Grave community.
|Melody Roswell||Husband and Flint, MI|
I just want you to know that I read your husbands memorial tonight.A very beautiful contribution to your loving husband indeed. I understand how you feel as I also lost my husband in 2008 of a massive heart attack 10 July 2008.
My father passed in June of 2013 with heart failure and kidney failure, but I want to tell you that my father was born and raised in Lansing, MI and Midland, MI. He worked at the Dow Chemical Co. for awhile, then he took my mother back to Seattle, WA because a job had opened up for him with the Boeing Co. My father like your husband was an American Anglican Priest (they can marry) and had been for 40 years. Loved the Lord just like your Jim did. I miss my father alot as well. My father also served in WWII and was stationed in Alaska at the tail end of the war. But remember they would not have us grieve for them as they are home with the Lord and know no pain now. We may be left here to carry on, but we can do a fine job as they would have us do just that.
Take good care of you, move on with your life my dear because you are certainly not alone in all of this, and someone might just be needing a special person like you someday.
|N. Sharlene (Rice) Kent||connecting family|
Thank you for connecting the Pease family. May you have a great 2014 and you find comfort in connecting those families that you and your husband so faithfully researched.
|Cassandra Dacus||RE: Hello,|
thank you for your kind words. my daughter never got around to making Benjamin a memorial. he was stillborn at 7 months, and she was so sedated that she never even knew whrer he was buried, although we think it was the county cemetary in Memphis TN. Benjamin and liberty Rose were stillborn on the same day, 5 years apart, so it was really hard for my Heather. again, thank you for caring.
|Annie Mc||Thank you|
Thank you for your visits and tokens left for my family.
You were truly blessed with a long and happy marriage.
May you find peace and smile brightly and the happy memories you shared.
God bless you.
Added by Annie Mc on Dec 27, 2013 7:12 PM
|Cathy Taylor||Jane Emerson in Pine Grove Cemetery|
Thanks for the info.....and a blessed Merry Christmas to you!!!
Hi, I noticed you said you have bad weather and i wanted to let you know im thinking of you and praying the Lord keeps you safe.
From our family to yours, Merry Christmas and Happy New Years.
Hugs, Missie and family
|Tom O||Hale transfer|
Thank you very much for creating the Hale memorials and the transfer. I will take good care of them.
Added by Tom O on Dec 22, 2013 10:48 AM
|[View all messages...]|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service