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MY FRIEND, ANN H. IS IN DESPERATE NEED OF YOUR PRAYERS! SHE IS HAVING SEVERE HEALTH PROBLEMS AND NEEDS ALL THE PRAYERS SHE CAN GET! THANK YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME TO PRAY FOR OUR DEAR FRIEND, ANN AND HER HUSBAND CLAIR! YOU CAN FIND HER NAME IN MY "FRIENDS" LIST. THANKS SO MUCH! ANN AND HER HUSBAND, CLAIR, ARE SO SPECIAL.|
TODAY'S NEW PHOTO: My cousin, CAPTAIN John Weir Knox Macfarlane. He was a true Sea Captain and told such fascinating stories. He and his wife finally settled down to "land" life in New Zealand and raised avocados and mandarin oranges in the huge gardens. They furnished local restaurants and markets with their produce. His wife carries on the farming. Please visit John for his birthday on September 19th! Thanks Cari
I have posted my September Angel Days and Birthdays in My Virtual Cemetery. Thanks for all of the beautiful tokens that you've left for my loved ones! They are all valued treasures! Cari
SEPTEMBER ANGEL DAYS
Sept. 1977--Rose Nelson, our childhood next door neighbor and my Mom's best friend. I don't know the exact dates, but flowers are welcome anytime.
Sept. 23--Uncle Willie Cairns
Sept. 25--Aunt Isabella Williamson Knox
Sept. 27--Aunt Jean Cairns, Willie's wife
Sept. 28--Cousin John Douglas Clyde
Sept. 28--Grandfather Lewis August Fowler
Sept. 9--Clois Murrell Blue, Sr. Killed in Action, Korea
Sept. 12--Paul Dean Webb, USMC, served in Korea with my husband. They were childhood friends and neighbors.
Sept. 14--Grandmother Sarah Bradford Clyde, Scotland
Sept. 19--Captain John Weir Knox Macfarlane. A true Sea Captain!
Sept. 26--Grandfather Joseph Clyde, husband of Sarah Bradford Clyde, Scotland
Sept. 28--My sister-in-law Nell Dolan Sams, World War II Nurse.
MY THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE FOR SPONSORING MY LOVED ONES:
M.RICHARDS, NANCY MURRAY, STEVE, GEORGIACA, EDITH BRUNER, RESTINGOD AND RHONDA POYNTER & FRIENDS! Cari and Family
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Hi Cari, I was very happy to finally get to meet Ann. We've talked about it before but it's so hard because she's never sure how the day will go and I live 3 hours away. Glad it was last week. My hubby and I have come down with colds and wouldn't have been able to go this week. Rosie
Nothing new; haven't heard an update from Rosie yet today, but it was early when I left this morning. I'll let you know as soon as she tells me.
I sent you an email; I hope you received it.
You haven't heard from Ann because she is back in the hospital. I'm hoping Clair or Rosie, who are both with her, will give us an update soon.
|Rest in God||Family Tree|
Your tree is lovely, lot of work on it. I have looked up a few sites just to get you started. Can you email me so I have your email address. I have some Census reports to send you. Also some inforamtion on the Clyde births and marriages in Co. Down and Co. Antrim. I will explain more in email.
|Rest in God||Sending Ancestry Invite|
Right beside the Title you gave your tree is a heading that says Tree Pages. Click on this and go down the options to Share your tree. Click share your tree.
This will take you to a box that asks if you want to invite by email or by user name. Use my email. I find email invites are more successful. On ROLE you can click Guest, Contributor or Editor. Guest is what most people do, This lets the person visit your tree but they cannot adjust anything. Contributor means the person can add to your tree and help it grow, Editor would have all the benefits the tree owner has. You can add a note if there is something specific you want to say or ask. Then click send Invites, then click finished.
Lot of work eh!!!!!
|Rest in God||lol|
If you want to send me an invitation to your tree I will look into some things for you. The UK has 100 year rule on census release so only 1901 and 1911 are helpful. There are partial 1851 but in between they were burned during WW1. You can get info via local churches and graveyards. Next census won't be released until 2021. There have been all kinds of petitions to release them early but no luck. In many ways I agree only because there would be too much information that covers 1916 uprising and recent 30+ years of troubles and they could put some at risk as there are many wounds from those killed and murdered over the years of what is called The Troubles. I have been pretty successful in many of my searches but getting some of the N.I. information takes a lot of digging.
|Rest in God||Just curious|
Hows, the family research going?? did you find some information in the Irish Links??
|Reunionmaker||RE: Thank You|
No thanks necessary, you write very unique memorials for your family. You really bring them to life. I am sure they look down on you with pride. Thank you for all you do for Find A Grave.
|Becky Doan||RE: Mary Floersch|
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