|Cody W. (#46608947)|
| || member for 11 years, 1 month, 14 days|
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I found this site shorty after my father passed away I was hooked from the start. I loved the Ideal that you can have a (site)/place to keep your love ones that have passed on. That you can still have a sense of being close to them. From time to time to visit them here, and pay my respect when it is not possible to actually go to the grave site when most are not close or buried out-of-state.|
Sit up straight. Lift your head up. Lift your eyes. Take a long, deep breath and Smile
Though things may be far from perfect for you, act like it's a great day to be alive, because it is.
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|Susan Hester||Slater infants|
Cody,if you would like to link the two Slater babies with their parents, here is the info: Baby Orval is #29843746
Baby Sally is #29843887
Father Orval is #77031430
Mother Lillian is #77031452
Mr. Slater was the president of Slater-White laundry & dry cleaning in San Antonio, TX. My mother worked for him at the War Production Board in D.C.during WWII and my father was the vice-president of Slater-White which Mr. Slater bought after the war was over.
|Addie Ratliff||RE: Billy Gene Donald McCormick|
You're quite welcome!
|Angela Cozart McKnight||Brenda Center|
I walked through the Baptist Ford Cemetery today, but was unable to find Brenda's grave. I am willing to go back and look again. Do you know who she is buried by, or around?
|C Wilson||RE: Stroud's ~ Hampton|
You're very welcome ... it was my pleasure.
Added by C Wilson on Jun 24, 2011 1:20 PM
|Diana||RE: Mahala J McGary Williams|
Your very welcome, Cody! Remember that your great-grandmother was a missionary and it brought back memories of my Uncle and Aunt who were missionaries as well.
Thank you for your very kind personal message and wishing you a very nice weekend.
Added by Diana on May 28, 2011 4:03 AM
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