|Cindy Neureuther (#47494789)|
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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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Julia passed away on August 30, 1939 not 1930.
Note: On June 5th, 1932, Roselawn Memorial Park was dedicated at 401 Femrite Drive in Monona, WI. On this day, there were plans and promises made to develop roadways, plant trees, and assemble structures. By 1938, these dreams were achieved with rapid fulfillment.
In his first wife's, Julia, obituary. It had a daughter listed, Mrs. Vinson Krapfel, Madison.
I found an obituary for a second wife, Clara Amble Rothe (Find A Grave Memorial# 55269233). He married her in 1940. She passed away on April 13, 1962 in the Stoughton hospital.
Let me know if you have any questions. LZ
Added by LZ on Apr 11, 2015 12:07 AM
|Linda Harwell||Samuel Penry|
Find A Grave Memorial# 11168549
Please place this obit for Sam Penry on your memorial of Samuel Penry, buried Dry Creek Cem., Kaufman County, Texas
Dallas Morning News, November 11, 1899
Terrell, June 14th - Sam Penry, 85 years old, died at his home and buried today in Camp Ground Cemetery.
Terrell Daily Transcript states he was 88 years old
|Yankee Magnolia||Ellen McCarthy|
Thank you for all the edits on the McCarthy family and for the information about Ellen's birth location. I have added that to her bio. Saint Augustine Cemetery is a lovely small rural cemetery and the church is still an active church. I believe the area looks very much as it did during the McCarthy's lifetimes.
|Suz Lew||D. A. Woolbright|
I accepted Mattie to Martha J. with Mattie as her nickname, but I ignored Doctor because I found his as "Dock" on the 1900 census but in 1880 he was just Alexander. Those two census records has him working in a distillery and the coal mines, so I know he wasn't a physician. I ended up putting "Dock" in his nickname and left the "D" by itself.
Added by Suz Lew on Jan 18, 2015 4:47 PM
|Candy||St Leger Neal|
Thank you for posting the picture & notifying me of the ebay auction. Too bad the photos are so expensive!
Added by Candy on Dec 12, 2014 1:52 PM
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||RE: Maria Ferris Osborn|
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||Maria Ferris Osborn|
Thank you for posting the photo of my 3rd great grandmother. This means so much to me. The Osborn family has been difficult for me to find. You have opened the door a bit. I live about 10 miles from Milford, Mi. If you need help with cems in the area let me know.
|Karen M.||RE: Joseph Elijah Osborn|
No relation so far that I know of. Like doing research.
Added by Karen M. on Nov 14, 2014 10:02 PM
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||RE: Kenyon Photo|
You can leave it on! It is an awesome photo.
|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.
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