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STANDS AMONG THE REST,
FORGOTTEN AND FORLORN.
YOUR NAME AND DATE ARE CHISELED OUT,
ON SLATE OR OLD LIMESTONE,
IT REACHES OUT TO ALL WHO CARE,
IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO MOURN.
YOU DID NOT KNOW THAT I EXIST,
YOU DIED AND I WAS BORN.
YET, EACH OF US ARE CELLS OF YOU,
OF FLESH AND BLOOD AND BONE
OUR HEART CONTRACTS AND BEATS A PULSE,
ENTIRELY NOT OUR OWN.
DEAR ANCESTOR, THE PLACE YOU FILLED,
SO MANY YEARS AGO,
SPREAD OUT AMONG THE ONES YOU LEFT,
WHO WOULD HAVE LOVED YOU SO.
I KNOW THAT YOU LIVED AND LOVED,
BUT, I WONDER IF YOU KNEW,
SOMEDAY I WOULD FIND THIS SPOT,
AND COME TO VISIT YOU.
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|Genfem||Charles D Frain|
Hello I am up dating a family history, Berkebile families in America, 6th edition of which Charles D Frain is a member. Could I use your picture of him in the new edition? You would of course have credit for the photo.
Added by Genfem on Jan 11, 2015 8:51 AM
|Pinkscraps||Ralph Yant Obituary|
Here's the obit if you wish to post it:
1920 Jan 31, Fort Wayne News and Sentinel, P3, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Wawaka, Ind., Jan. 31 – The body of Ralph Yant, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Yant, was brought to his home one and one-half miles south of here, from Mishawaka, where he had been employed. He died Thursday of pneumonia at the age of 26 years. He was born in Paulding county, Ohio, and came here with his family six years ago. He is survived by the parents, two sisters, Dorothy and Katherine, the latter still in Ohio; two brothers, Paul and Richard. Funeral services will be held at 1 o’clock tomorrow afternoon at Pleasant Hill. Burial at Albion.
Thank you for the help on the transcriptions. I appreciate it.
Added by Johnny on Dec 07, 2014 8:09 PM
And the "Bless You Boys" of '84!
My first Detroit Tigers memory was actually being scared to death when I was about 3-4 years old. They'd come on TV with the roar and the Tiger logo starting out small and then filling the whole screen!! I remember running behind a chair and peeking out from behind.
I grew up in Michigan and visited a friend here in California and got to see my first Tigers game in 1973 as they were out here and they got TROUNCED by the Angels 10-1 or some such nonsense. There were four of us girls hooting and hollering for the Tigers and the guys behind us in the stands were laughing, but we didn't care! They wound up hooting and hollering with us.
Do you remember listening to Ernie Harwell on the radio...
Yeah, those were the days...
:-) Thank you for EVERYTHING. No, didn't think you were ignoring LOL. It's a busy season and, with the amount of memorials, etc I don't worry too much. I always say, "In the middle of genealogy, life happens..." Don't you just LOVE this site?
|Cherie_in_OC||James and Beverly Lutter|
Hi! Can you help clear up something? Beverly Rhodes Lutter is a cousin of mine and she and her husband are both listed here in TWO cemeteries with similar names. Yours is Bethlehem Lutheran Church Cemetery in Ft Wayne and memorial 120115212 (for James) just has Bethlehem Cemetery in Swan. Beverly is listed there too. HELP!
|connie lawson||RE: Lawson in Fla|
Sorry I forgot I am so sorry
|connie lawson||lawson'S IN FLA|
Would you know what lawson you may have for the gal you have listed in fla that married a lawson? Thank you Connie lawson
|JD Day||RE: hi|
Thank you very much
Added by JD Day on Oct 20, 2014 6:53 PM
|JD Day||Dora Dampier|
On the memorial for Dora Bell Dampier is a photo you have added.The gals at Laclede County Society make cemetery books with obits and photos. Please give permission to use the picture of Dora and ( her husband ?)
I would really appreciate it JD
Added by JD Day on Oct 20, 2014 2:31 PM
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