|Joan Endsley (#46888400)|
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My great, great grandfather got me interested in genealogy with all the information he passed down through the family. How I wish I could have met him. He was a very sentimental fellow, recording many family events, happy and sad. To have lost 5 of his 10 children before they reached the age of 23 must have had a significant impact in his life. He wrote poems about his children and a tribute to his wife after she died.|
I have always liked visiting cemeteries and have been to many coast to coast but didn't take pictures until I discovered FAG. What a wonderful place to make a memorial for our loved ones and also help others find their ancestors burial places!
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|Denice Huerta||James Abbott|
Thank you for linking his parents
|David Forcade||Regarding Sarah (Green) Summers|
Thank you so much for the update on Sarah's memorial page.
My best to you and your continued work.
|Deanie McAlpin||transfer memorial # 18851023|
Could you please transfer Briana Nicole McAlpin's
memorial " Find A Grave Memorial# 18851023" to me? She is my grandaughter and I would like to add info to her memorial.
|Denice Huerta||Nancy Jane Buchanan Abbott|
Thanks for the transfer of my great-grandmother's memorial.
Thanks for linking the family.
|Schatzie Moore||RE: William Williams|
I'll let her know, plus you may hear from her, she states that she is directly related to Williams
|Alice||RE: Endsley article|
Colfax Gazette is free and online from 1900 - 1912
Added by Alice on Jan 03, 2014 7:17 PM
Found this little news article in the Colfax Gazette, 23 Dec 1904, Colfax, Whitman, Washington. Thought you'd be interested.
Two Brothers Meet in Colfax
There was a happy meeting in Colfax one day last week when C. W. and A. H. Endsley met after a separation of over 30 years. C W. Endsley is a late arrival from western Nebraska. He is visiting at the home of his nephews, after having journeyed overland from his home in Nebraska by wagon on a tour of the northwest. He located his brother, of whom he had lost trace for many years, at Boise, Idaho, and the latter came up to meet him. The brother from Boise has followed mining during the years he has been in the west and spends his winters in Boise and tells many interesting stories of the development of central Idaho that have come under his observation. After a week's visit the two brothers parted yesterday; one to continue on his journey to Seattle and other coast towns, the other to go back to his home in Boise.
Added by Alice on Jan 03, 2014 1:32 PM
|Mike Sykes||RE: Joseph Endsley|
You're welcome Joan, I'm happy I could help.
|PShannon||RE: Franklin Embree|
Thanks, Joan. I do that, too, when people send suggestions. You just trust that they know.
Added by PShannon on Dec 10, 2013 6:15 PM
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