|Layna Jan Wilson (#46991057)|
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60 years old - photo was taken this past month.|
PLEASE, do not send me emails for use of CAPS...I am in full defense for my right to use CAPS...for emphasis...CAPS GET A BAD RAP IN LIFE...they have a right to live as they were created.
If you do not like CAPS...then, don't read my pages.
Some people like CAPS, others don't...to each his own.
LIFE is far too short and too fraught with problems and such, to fret over the use of a few CAPITALIZED LETTERS.
Freedom to express one's views, should always be taken into account.
It is not against the LAW, too, to use CAPS, thankfully.
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|Anne||RE: Hello Anne...|
You're very welcome!
Added by Anne on Mar 05, 2014 10:41 PM
|Red||RE: Thanks Sis...|
The bench says it all. It is at the gravesite of Rev Billy Hargis at Memorial Park Cemetery in Tulsa.
I will check into the website. Red
Added by Red on Jan 09, 2014 8:28 AM
|Red||RE: Hello Red...|
Not a problem. Freemasons, Odd Fellows, etc. in quite a few in the Huss line.
I have found so many relatives through this site, nice to find a living one albeit a back door cousin.
The links are correct, thank you for making them.
Added by Red on Jan 08, 2014 6:03 AM
|Red||RE: Hello Again, Red...|
Sry, I thought I had answered. Roma is related to me through the Hawk-Huss connection. I am working to get all the descendants of my 4th great-grandfather, Noah Jacob Huss, linked to him. I need to live to be 173 to complete this task, he had 200+ gr-grandchildren. Noah Huss was at Fort McHenry during the War of 1812.
Long military line in this country, from the Piquot War to Afghanistan and all time in between. As a military brat, it has been my life for as long as I can remember. Proud Veteran!
I try my best to be an honorable person, and humble too. Best regards, Red
Added by Red on Jan 07, 2014 9:22 PM
|Red||RE: Hello Red...|
Thank you. Yes, I am related to the Hawk's at McPherson. I can link everyone together and have bios I can add to everyone of them, they are on my list to update. Blessings in the New Year. Red
Added by Red on Jan 07, 2014 4:22 PM
.....and just to let you know I am still trying to find Amanda Claflin for you also. The cemetery has no record of where she is located, there was a fire and any records prior to 1917 have been destroyed. They didn't have one on Polly either but I found her along with many other Claflins but Amanda is not in that group. I will be searching the cemetery for more Claflins or even Potters in case she is there. The weather is getting bad and the cemetery is hugh....if I don't find by the time it snows- I will continue the search in spring if no one else has found her for you.
|Dawn Mulcare||RE: HELLO DAWN|
You are most welcome ... so much fun this year to give special thanksgiving and Christmas presents, in the form of information, to people in other states. Making your day has made my day. Happy Hunting.
|Anonymous||RE: HELLO ANON...|
No, I'm not related as far as I know. I just like strolling through Green Lawn -- it's huge. It's also a bird sanctuary, has several champion trees, and best of all, it's an older cemetery that has some very atmospheric sections.
|Anonymous||Re: Abigail Fitch request|
I'm posting a photo shortly as you requested. Along with Abigail, the monument listed these other names for whom I will also post photos:
Ella Fitch Savage
Huntington Fitch d. 1862
The monument is located in Section N, Lot 6. Due to its height, it's pretty easy to spot.
|Laurel Luscher Manning||RE: HELLO LAUREL...|
You are very welcome. Pay it forward.
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