|C. Neureuther (#47494789)|
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A big thanks to all dedicated FaG contributors! |
FaG gives us an opportunity to highlight our blessings through the lives of our loved ones. Each life is a gift to be celebrated, no matter if it lasts one day or 100+ years. And each life is complete and necessary in ways we can only begin to imagine.
Me? I enjoy researching old photos I collect and linking them to their FaG memorials, preserving them for future generations.
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|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||RE: Kenyon Photo|
You can leave it on! It is an awesome photo.
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||Kenyon Photo|
I have no idea whether this is a photo for Jennie and William Kenyon. I could be, but this is not my Kenyon family. I just happen to have a number of memorial pages.
Thanks for asking though. It is rare any old Kenyon photos.
|Farrar and related families||Thank you and can I ask a favor?|
Thanks very much for posting the photo onto memorial of Isaac Blackmar, memorial #106958154. Would you please post this same portrait onto the memorial of his wife, at memorial #106958344. ? Thank you for your helpfulness. Please keep an eye out for any Blackmar/Blackmarr anf Fsrrars you might come across in your research. My relatived will be thrilled to see what you find.
|Virginia Meadowcroft||Isaac Blackmar's photo|
What a treasure you found! Thank you so much for posting the photo. I have not seen a photo of Isaac so it is particularly meaningful to me. How fortunate that you found it and saved it from a trash pile. Keep up the good work. P.S. I assume it is Isaac's wife, Minnie, standing next to him. I wouldn't mind having her head of hair at the same age!
|"Derek" John B Blount||Margaret Hickey Collins|
I could not find Margaret in the Royal Oak, St Mary's, Oakview or Roseland Park Cemeteries. The old Gilbert Lake Cemetery (now part of Roseland Park) was also checked to no avail. I also checked the Troy Township cemeteries and did not find her. Perhaps getting a copy of her death certificate would shed more light on this. If you know which funeral home handled the arrangements perhaps records there could be found. Check with the city of Royal Oak for a death certificate.
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