|Suki Davey (#47883436)|
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"Close to my heart you'll always be - Genealogy is the connection to you and me!"|
Your tombstone stands among the rest, neglected and alone. The name and date are chiseled out on polished, marbled stone.
It reaches out to all who care, it is too late to mourn. You did not know that I exist, you died, and I was born. Yet each of us are cells of you, in flesh, in blood, in bone. Our blood contracts and beat a pulse, entirely not our own.
Dear Ancestor, the place you filled, one hundred years ago, spreads out among the ones you left, who would have loved you so.
I wonder if you lived and loved, I wonder if you knew, that someday I would find this spot, and come to visit you. (Author Unknown)
BTW for those of you sending all the corrections regarding only one name in the first block of records for searching ease, even when the individual has 3 or 4 names, as in good Catholics who always have Marie or Joseph in their names (which is usually the first name) - be careful what you ask for - I'm working on the corrections, however if you search on Marie or Joseph now you get over 2,500 of my names alone. Good luck finding the individual you are looking for, especially if it's Marie and you don't know how many times she married. I find those of you insistent on this interesting - especially as Find A Grave refuses to fix my husband's relative who has no first name - his name is Spotted Tail and because he's famous his record is handled by management - they have Spotted for his first name and Tail for his last name. Not CORRECT, but what the heck, it fits in the box.
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A.J. Marik, binkiromeo, Carmella Adams, Charlie Weaver, Connie Lagasse ..., David Rogers, J.Lynn, Jeff Corriveau, Jim Tipton, Joseph R.L.Gaut..., Mark St. Andre, Mary C Cargile, MSue, Pauletta , Peggy Litzo, Sally - Midcoas..., SandyBenakSchna..., SimonRousseau
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|Connie Lagasse Russell||RE: Laurette Potvin|
do you by any chance have her obituary....send the documentation in to the Diocese so they can correct the mistake....re: the 1905 DOD for everyone that happened sometime today...it was ok last night.
|Connie Lagasse Russell||RE: Laurette Potvin (Palardis)|
Hi....I noticed the 1905 for everyone also...I've notified Joyce at St Peters cemetery...I don't know who else to notify....you might want to notify and send documentation to the powers that be about Laurette Potvin's name being incorrect...keep me posted ok.
|Connie Lagasse Russell||Laurette Potvin|
got her maiden name from the Portland Diocese web site
|MJ_MW||RE: Napoleon Fournier|
Your good Suki! Thanks for the date edits
Added by MJ_MW on Apr 11, 2015 8:41 AM
I'm sorry about that, my notes were in dissaray and I had the marriage record with incorrect info for Napoleon!
Napoleon and Philemon are brothers, their father was Andre Fournier. Course, I cannot find Andre (apparently he died in Pensecola, FL) but will resume my search sometime in the future!
Added by MJ_MW on Apr 11, 2015 8:33 AM
Thank you for transferring Reinhart to me, I appreciate it very much.
|Chuck James||RE: Crookston NE Cemetery|
Thanks for the quick response! My fence climbing days are over, especially way out there in the middle of nowhere! You did a great job on that cemetery but if I do get back there for an update I will see about your relative. Happy hunting!!
|Chuck James||Crookston NE Cemetery|
You photographed this cemetery in 2012 - very good job! Question is how did you get in? After driving many miles I found a locked gate and barbed wire. No one found in town (almost a ghost town). Do you happen to remember who had a key? You have been very VERY busy, wow, 17,000+ so you probably don't know - I'd never remember...but I have to ask.
|nonsuch||RE: Bernadine C. Sylvestre Allen|
Added by nonsuch on Mar 22, 2015 11:33 AM
|GranD97||Sears family in Cherry County Nebraska|
We sell appreciate your photos of our family Grave stones.
My mother Lillie rests there with her family. She enjoyed your family history and would be appreciative too.
Added by GranD97 on Mar 20, 2015 11:08 PM
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