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Larry1963 (#47255152)
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A duplicator is a curious humanoid. Refuses to double check their entry and rushes full speed ahead to the next entry. Sometimes, because of the emotion of the moment, they duplicate not once, but twice! On occasion, a few duplicators triplicate! Now that is a real fiasco to behold. No one deserves to be buried three times. Once should be sufficient.

Serial Duplicators will be rounded up by the FAG police, stripped naked, and shot with volleys of rubber bands. :-( This method of condemnation and punishment was introduced to me by Master Sgt. Sorebutts of the 9th Infantry Division. He was referred to as Sgt Sorebutts, the RUBBER BAND MAN. A hero to all who knew him. May he rest in pieces.


Perhaps you have seen me at the cemetery in my 1956 Cadillac hearse. Runs great, has some rust, equipped with casket, plastic flowers, and funeral cones. Bose speakers behind the front grill that blasts out tunes from the Grateful Dead.

Have you ever noticed the absence of toilets at most cemeteries? When nature calls, what is one to do? Thank God for corn fields and big trees.

Isn't it weird that we FAG volunteers want to be in cemeteries before we have to?

People ask me to do so many transfers, I think I should be working for a bus company.

THINK OF FINDAGRAVE as a Facebook for the Dead!

Antique stores sell dead people's stuff. Just like death, all deals are final, no returns.

An early farmer in Iowa used to bury the remains of animals, birds, fish, and an occasional vagrant in order to fertilize the soil. This particular farmer always had bumper crops and the rumor was that he and the wife murdered the wild life in the area, buried the remains in the soil, resulting in the best corn crop in the county. (Neighbors said that late at night they could see the dude out in the field with only a flashlight and a shovel.) His name was Osama Bin Farmer with ties to a fanatical Methodist group.

Do you believe in ghosts? Do ghosts believe in you? (Now this is some heavy thinking!)

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Dies Family Memorials
Good morning Lt. Ernesto Hemingstein,

If you wouldn't mind could you please transfer ownership of the following memorials to me?
They are #'s (65846709 Alice Dies, 65846694
A. Dies, 64933736 H. Glenn Dies, 64913653 Lewis Dies & 64933710 Ada Harkins Dies) Thank you so much! :)
Added by Joann on Sep 18, 2014 5:21 PM
Lisa Stalnaker
Ronald Adrian Ferrier
Thank you for the updates on his page. That was fast! :)
Added by Lisa Stalnaker on Sep 17, 2014 11:24 PM
The snow is gone &
the humming birds are still here :-)

~ Beth ~
Added by Beth.Bailey on Sep 17, 2014 10:48 PM
C Melton
Donald Peter Aeshliman and Spouse
Thank you for posting the pictures of their markers. I do appreciate it and thanks for all the work that you due on this site.
Added by C Melton on Sep 17, 2014 2:13 PM
Evie (Greer) Schipper
It is you!
I was just updating my memorials, I see a few have been transferred from Lt. Ernesto Hemingstein. I'd never heard of that name before, so I checked out the profile and it all sounded very familiar. I was going to leave a message asking if you know Larry, but decided to check to make sure. And sure enough, it is you!
Added by Evie (Greer) Schipper on Sep 17, 2014 12:29 PM
St Thomas Cemetery De Smet
I am submitting some edits for memorials you have created. I dislike the new feature where it just happens without your approval. I am also adding photos for the gravestones that I am submitting the edits for. This may take a while. I have only done family names and a few others in the areas. Someday I will get more of them photographed, but letting you know you can crosscheck the info I have submitted.
Added by remembering on Sep 16, 2014 10:40 PM
Sally Bradbury
RE: Cynthia Coates
Thank you. Do you live in Minnesota? In or near Fair Haven?
Added by Sally Bradbury on Sep 16, 2014 10:07 PM
Sally Bradbury
Cynthia Coates
Dear Ernesto,
I am thrilled to find the listing and photo for Cynthia Coates in Fair Haven Cemetery, Stearns, Minn. I suspect she is my 2ndGGrandmother. Since the bottom of the marker was obscured by snow when the photo was taken, I would very much like to know what else is engraved on it. Also, if there is a cemetery office, I would like to know if they have additional information about the other Coates family members there. Could you send me their telephone number? I know Minnie is my great grandmother's first child. (I will provide more info regarding her parents if you like or you can transfer her if you would rather.) A.D. Coates and Martin Coates could also be family, but I don't have sufficient information to be sure. There is also an Aurilia Dean (1808-1884) in that cemetery who was a Coates. Still looking for Harriet...
Thanks for your help!
Sally Bradbury
Added by Sally Bradbury on Sep 16, 2014 3:05 PM
Thank you for Anna's transfer
I appreciate your quick response, if you are a relative of hers or this family I would love to know the connection... I've been hoping for some years now that a closer descendant of hers would show up on and share more details. Thank you kindly for your help, DebraLee
Added by DebraLee on Sep 10, 2014 2:00 PM
Cindy Leister
Edward Workman
The location for his grave is St. Clair Cemetery Ute, Iowa 6th Street; Block 44; Lot 12. Since there is no marker, I thought people looking for him would be interested.
Thanks, Cindy
Added by Cindy Leister on Sep 08, 2014 9:14 PM
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