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~~~ 'Quote' from PETER EIKENBERRY, Sr. 'bio' ~~~|
"GOD can protect 'HIS' own in the 'Greatest' Danger"
OUR COMPANION AND FRIEND, by Isabelle
We have a constant Companion everywhere we go. You ask me how I know this Well the Bible tells me so. Jesus said he had to leave us to go build a beautiful home But He would leave with us a Companion To watch over us wherever we roam.
He said this Friend will always be with us Be our Comforter when we are sad, And He will never, never forsake us, If we are good or If we are bad.
No we cannot see Him This invisible Spirit and Friend. But He said by faith we shall know Him And trust Him till the end.
Sometimes with all of lifeís hassle We forget about His watch over us Until we stumble along the way Then wonder how did we get out of that mess. Believe me it was no accident, This help we get all the time. Itís our Friend watching over us and working overtime.
He doesnít get enough credit For His constant watch over us, He never gives up, no never And tags after us whenever He must.
Let us never forget His concern for all people He loves us so very much. We must take time out more often, To thank Him for His wonderful love and trust.
Since Jesus told us all of this. Itís good enough for me. Our Companion is Godís Special Envoy.
And completes ďThe TrinityĒ.....
Note from my 'Dear' Friend 'Cat':
~ Genealogy ~
Some people will tell you that you are 'wrong', but that's 'ok'! You may or may 'not' be .....because one 'never' knows what you will find "down the road"!
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Hi. I have never heard of any grave diggers notebooks. You could call the cemetery office and ask. That would be fascinating!
Added by Sherry on Sep 18, 2015 6:16 AM
|grnmax14||RE: Mary Lucinda Traxler Tracht #131596789|
glad you're satisfied with the guesstimation? .. I really had nothing more than the cemetery records. Good luck with piecing it all together.
Added by grnmax14 on Sep 13, 2015 7:54 PM
|grnmax14||Mary Lucinda Traxler Tracht #131596789|
hmm .. got your message about Mary Lucinda's parents.. and would like to research that a little more. The parents are listed in the Oakwood Cemetery record books as John Traxler and Margaret Kynes.
Also, her birth year is 1861.
The Lucinda listed as Jacob's daughter has a birth year of 1854.
Are you a relative and have more records? I am not so I don't really know any more than what is gained from the cemetery records. I just was wondering if they are not one and the same person. ..
.. what do you think?
my email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by grnmax14 on Sep 09, 2015 2:43 PM
|Thelma||What a Message|
I like the message. What a wonderful way to witness and you have fill a very much needed mission.
Added by Thelma on Aug 26, 2015 8:13 AM
|Dave moret||epperson family|
My name is Jean an I live in Iowa, My line of Eppersons come from William Green Epperson an Sarah Ann Fazel. Would love to talk any time.
Thank you for or time.
Sorry - That's the "Myers family". J.T. and Nancy Myers. I have uncovered some fascinating information on Marjery and would like to get it to direct family.
Added by Andrew on Apr 05, 2015 1:21 PM
|Andrew||J.T. Meyers Family|
Would you be able to put me in touch with the family of J.T. and his daughter Marjorie Meyers? I would love to get in touch with them.
I have been researching my family, the Taylors in Dodge, OR. My great grandparents lived across the road from the Meyers, worked for the Meyers and my grandmother taught at the Dodge school teaching Marjorie of course.
I have newspaper clippings about the Meyers and would like to share. I would love to talk about Dodge.
Thank you and best wishes.
Added by Andrew on Apr 04, 2015 11:42 AM
|Andrew||J.T. Meyers Family|Added by Andrew on Apr 04, 2015 11:37 AM
|habuudy||Done|Added by habuudy on Feb 11, 2015 4:02 AM
|Dean Myers||Myers Family|
I came across a website that had some of my relatives names listed and it mentioned book about the Myers & Fishburn Families (published in 1969). Does anyone know where you can find a copy of that book?
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