|William Neill (#47840598)|
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I have three general areas of interest here:|
Amateur radio history and pioneers.
Being a licensed Amateur Radio operator [NE1LL] and former deputy sheriff as well as former bail bondsman fuels my interest. Skills from this as well as all of the librarians in the family helps.
Originally I started out based on an interest in Herbert Akerberg my first memorial.
I only enter: Relatives, people I have known and in the rare case people I have extensively researched. On rare instances family or near by graves of relatives of my other post which are then researched.
I'm always happy to field a photo request. Helps a lot if you contact the cemetery and get a plot number. I often have maps of my regular "haunts". I'm always happy to transfer any memorial.
Beyond Find A Grave and Amateur Radio I visit hospice patients with my Havanese Therapy Dog Chloe. We are also Tester/Observers in that we test new teams to be registered Therapy Dog teams.
I may not be dead but flowers on my memorial are always appreciated.
|Messages left for William Neill (37)||[Leave Message]|
|Joanne Swart||RE: Alice Neill|
Thanks. Alice Neill was my great great grandmother. Her second husband was Benjamin Neill who was born about 1845 in Canada. I have any other information other than he was married to Alice and she died a couple of years later.
|Debe Clark||RE: Charlie Dials|
You're more than welcome. Everyone should have at least one flower. :)
Thank you so much for the flowers for my family, Kathleen and William Buchanan. Your kindness is truly appreciated.
Added by KarenK on Jul 30, 2014 1:46 PM
|Michelle Corbin||Thank you!|
Just wanted to thank you for leaving flowers on my memorials. I was a Neill, could we possibly be related? My grandfather was Thomas, he isn't in the main Neill plot at Finleyville Cemetery, rather up the hill further with my grandmother, Mary. I don't know a lot about other relatives, but if you are related to the William Neill in the family plot we are probably cousins of some sort, because the William there is his brother. If not, it's an interesting coincidence. I can be reached at: email@example.com if you would let me know, it would be lovely to have some contact if so. Again, thank you for your kindness, I very much appreciate it. Take care and enjoy your summer!
Thank you so much (long overdue) for visiting so many of my family members murdered in the Holocaust. We appreciate it so very much.
(Daughter of W1LUH)
|kellybean||RE: Herbert V. Akerberg|
No thanks needed at all ~ truly my pleasure. I enjoy reading all the bios you've posted. Well done.
Dear William, thank you for leaving flowers on my family's memorials. You sound like such a great person! And, I love that you and Chloe visit people.
|Roberta F. Bobbi Jenkins||Henry Newell Jr|
Thank you for providing his birth date.
Thank you William for stopping and flowering my memorials. Your kindness did not go unnoticed and I deeply appreciated you taking the time to visit my loved ones!
Have a great day!
Added by Joyce on May 04, 2014 12:38 AM
|nickolas mcandry||RE: Laura Coffin Carter|
Its ok iam glad to do it for h er is there any other memorial sites for her i would like to send flowers to other sites i never knew her i fell like i have it is words cant expreses as u know how allful it is ...i didnt even know about her...its kinda wiered.....ive heard the song "think of Laura " one night on the way home from work ive heard it on and iff meny a time but this time i thought wow this guy...christopher cross musta lots someone dear to him...so i seared who could this laura person be and i just found out like last week about this tragity i never new about ever before
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