|Kim Kerr (#26047466)|
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Most of the memorials I've posted are for family members. If you copy a personal family photo that I've posted, please give credit. This gives other researchers a reference if they have questions. If you have additional info or are related, I would love to hear from you. Thank you to all who have taken the time to add flowers and photos.|
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Life is 10% what happens and 90% how you respond.
Those we love don't go away,
They walk beside us every day,
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed and very dear.
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Hi Kim, Thanks for catching that and thanks for all you do for findagrave too. I deleted George & Nelle. You have Elizabeth as her first name and I used what the stone had.
Added by randy on Mar 16, 2016 4:31 PM
|L Evans||RE: Hannah Jane Oxley|
Thank you ...
btw ... I like your geraniums :)
Added by L Evans on Mar 16, 2016 2:41 PM
|Lois Salvatora||RE: Booth Relationship|
Thanks for your reply. I am the gg granddaughter of a John Thomas Booth from West Brownsville, Washington Co. Pa. across the river from the Bridgeport Cemetery. In an effort to flush out 2 more generations back I have been researching all the Booth families in the area of Fayette and Washington Counties trying to confirm how they may or may not be related. I have spent much time with John Franklin Booth as his Civil War records are co-mingled with my John Thomas Booths' at the National Archives in D.C.. If you and your husband think that you may be able to assist me in this research please answer me back at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am curious to know if your Robert Booth family is connected to my Joseph Booth family, (father of John T. Booth) I am in the Pittsburgh area. How about you?
Thank-you, Lois Salvatora
|Lois Salvatora||Bridgeport Cem. Booth Family|
I am wondering if you are related to the Booth's of Fayette and/or Washington Co. Pa. I am and would love to speak to anyone else working on this family.
|Marla||RE: Kells Memorial|
Your very welcome! I was wondering who was Ted's parents?
Added by Marla on Jan 07, 2016 10:09 AM
|Marla||Obituary for Russell Kells|
I read the obit for Russell Kells and then noticed you had worked on most of the memorials for the Kells Family so thought I would forward this to you in case you would want to enter this memorial also. Here's the obit from the Garnand Funeral Home.
Russell Theodore Kells slipped away from this life into the arms of Jesus on January 5th, 2016, at The Shepherd’s Center, Cimarron, Kansas.
Russell was born on October 15, 1924, in rural Grant County, Kansas, at the home of his maternal grandparents.
He was raised on the Robert Fulton Kells homestead in northwest Haskell County, Kansas, and lived at that location until 2008 when he moved to The Shepherd’s Center.
He married Rose Marie Snavely on August 18, 1945. She preceded him in death in 2002. To this married four children were born—Karolyn J. Kells (deceased in 2012), Donald D. Kells, Darcy L. Kells and Kristi R. Kells Cole. Donald married Linda Pritchard, Darcy married Pam Brown and Kristi married Jimmy L. Cole.
Russell and Marie were blessed with Jason, Brandy, Nathan, Vance, Koren, Ryan, Dava, Justin and Janessa as grandchildren. His grandchildren have full, wonderful memories of their grandpa and the things that they did together. Russell and Marie were also blessed with 13 great-grandchildren with another one on the way this spring.
Russell spent his working years teaching his children and grandchildren how to ride horses, work cattle, plant and harvest crops while also managing to have a lot of fun along the way. It was always said by Marie that Russell never met a stranger. He was known to drag anyone, friend OR stranger, home for a meal when that person was found anywhere close to their home and Russell thought it was time to eat.
What his family will remember and treasure about him the most was his deep love of Jesus as his Savior and also his great love for Marie. He has really missed Marie since she passed and talked often about going to be with Jesus, His Savior, and his wife. They are together now—enjoying the presence of Christ and waiting for the rest of their family to someday join them.
The going home celebration for Russell will be held at Bible Christian Church, 1404 E Mary, Garden City, Kansas, on Friday, January 8th 1:30 p.m. with Vance Kells presenting the remembrances of Russell and Darrin Hammond officiating.
Interment will be at the Haskell Country Cemetery following the service in Garden City.
The family requests memorials given to The Shepherd’s Center and to Christians United for Israel both in care of Garnand Funeral Home of Garden City.
Friends may call from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday at Garnand Funeral Home in Garden City.
Added by Marla on Jan 06, 2016 11:07 PM
|Luella Hinrichsen||RE: Larimer Memorials|
Kim I think all are done now, there are two with different year dates, I'll leave that up to what you want to do. Have a Merry Christmas! Luella
|Luella Hinrichsen||Larimer Family|
Hi Kim, I don't know if you got my suggest a correction info. Edgar, John Wesley, Mary Ann (Lockwood), Mary Marilla, Samuel-1806-1888, and Samuel dates differ are actually not in the Sabetha Cemetery, I have added them for the Seneca Cemetery. BUT I would gladly delete mine if you'd just change the cemetery on your memorial. Just use the Edit cemetery and it is easy to do. If you have ?'s please let me know. The one Samuel has a death cert. posted and the dates are different from both of ours for some reason. You have such nice memorials for them, interesting family. Luella
|Peace||RE: Ed Milleson|
Elmer Ed Milleson - birthplace listed on his World War I Draft Registration card. (on Ancestry)
Added by Peace on Dec 18, 2015 4:24 PM
|MrsB||Berniece V Marshall|
Thank you so much for sending the Soc. Sec. application! I was going from the Greater Omaha Genealogical Society obits as well as from the Omaha Archdiocese records. The piece you sent fits perfectly into the puzzle, and it is appreciated!
Added by MrsB on Dec 18, 2015 2:29 PM
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