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I am a college student and have been working on my family's genealogy since 1998.|
I will do updates to memorials within reason; however, I typically will NOT include complete obituaries on memorials.
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|Sheryl Gloor Jones||Lula Mae McCabe Bell|
Thank you so much for linking Lula Mae with her parents! I know my grandmother would be so proud.
|Floral Designer||Thank You|
For Remembering My Mom Today, Have a Blessed Christmas
Thank you, Matt, for leaving a candle for Tim on his birthday.
Added by Rejeana on Dec 12, 2013 5:44 PM
|Mike Jaska||RE: Adolph Bordovsky|
Sorry. I keyed a zero instead of a nine. A. Bordovsky's memorial # was 6897236.
I am working my way through the book of Texas Veterans of Czech Ancestry by the Czech Heritage Society of Texas. I am only in the surnames beginning with B. You'll probably get more of my requests for links down the line as I move farther through the list. Thanks for the assistance.
|Cindy S Munson||RE: Louis Edmund Moeller|
My friend Chelse is a Moeller. Louis Edmund Moellet was her great grandfather. She is going to see if she has any pictuers of him and his wife Bessie.
|Cindy S Munson||Louis Edmund Moeller|
Are you kin to the Moellers in any way? I'm going to be researching genealogy for a friend who is a Moeller and if I find anything would you add it to the bio?
|Andrew Jurick IV||RE: Your father|
I'll get it entered. Waiting until the cemetery has placed the date plate on his headstone to include a photo. Thank you for the offier.
|Daystcat||RE: Harold Donahue obit|
I've added your note clarifying the names in the obituary to my file. If anyone else should ask, I'll have the information to share.
Added by Daystcat on Oct 12, 2013 8:55 PM
|Daystcat||Harold Donahue obit|
The transcription of the obit in its entirety.
Windsor- Funeral services for Harold Donahue were held at St. Francis church on Friday morning at 9 o'clock with Rev. T. J. Liddy officiating. Burial was in the St. Francis cemetery with James Ryan, Frank Cleary, Gilbert Pardy and Clarence King acting as bearers.
Those from out of town attending the services were: George Donahue of Barre; Leon Donahue of South Barre, Mrs. Archie Adams of Leominster, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. H. Chapman, Mrs. Emily Bigelow, Mrs. Walter Morris, all of Haverhill, Mass.; Mrs. Burton Barrows and Mrs. Katherine Donahue of Bristol, Conn.
Harold Donahue, the son of Jeremiah and Laura Clark Donahue, was born in South Barre on April 1, 1901. He had been a resident of Windsor for a number of years, having served as an officer at the Vermont State Prison for several years. He was employed the past summer in Orford, N. H.
Besides his wife, the former Jeanette Sykes, he is survived by his mother and two brothers, George Donahue of Barre and Leon Donahue of South Barre.
The Vermont Journal, October 14, 1943.
Added by Daystcat on Oct 12, 2013 6:29 PM
|Simpton & Shaw Branches||Houston's Gulf Hotel fire|
Thank You, Matt for bringing this story to Our attention. We had never heard about this event in Houston's history. Hope its OK that We added some of J.R. Gonzales story to Martin's memorial. If We've made a mistake or We're not allowed to add this blog, Please let Us know and We'll be more than happy to remove the article.
Thank You from the retired Shaw descendants in So. CA.
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