reunion WALL/WILSON/SANDRIDGE FAMILY REUNION HIGHLAND PARK @ HIGHLAND HALL Guthrie, Oklahoma JUNE 1, 2014, Sunday - 9:00 A.M. to 4:OO P.M. PLEASE CONTACT ALL FAMILY MEMBERS!!!!! Exit at 157, turning toward Guthrie, & now on HWY 33. Travel 1.1 miles, turn right on Drexel Street, 489 feet to park. Turn right in park, drive around to Highland Hall, on your right***Reunion sign at Drexel Street & front of Hall *** Hall has a Refrigerator***Swimming pool opens at 1p.m. * Fishing area * Walking path
SIGN GUEST BOOK & FILL OUT YOUR NAME TAG * Door Prize Ticket & make guess of # in jar DONATIONS BOX = $65.00 Hall Rental POT LUCK LUNCH: NOON = BRING 2 ITEMS & Own Drinks/Meat Item; Salad; Vegetable; Desert; PROVIDED: PLATES, NAPKINS & DINNERWARE * Paper Towels, Kleenex Plastic Warp
Bring old photos of family & if you have something that belonged to an Ancestor bring that plus stories/letters GAMES for all ages with prizes THANK YOU & HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE we hope to have a very large reunion DAVID & DONNA LEE WALL email@example.com Please send ideas for a bigger and better reunion: all are ideas welcomed
HIGHLAND PARK @ HIGHLAND HALL Guthrie, Oklahoma JUNE 2, 2013, Sunday - 9:00 A.M. to 4:OO P.M. PLEASE CONTACT ALL FAMILY MEMBERS!!!!! Exit at 157, turning toward Guthrie, & now on HWY 33. Travel 1.1 miles, turn right on Drexel Street, go 489 feet to park. Turn right in park, drive around to the only large inside building - Highland Hall, on your right *** There will be a sign at Drexel Street & in front of the Hall *** Hall has a Refrigerator *** Swimming pool opens at 1p.m. * Fishing area * Walking path * WHEN ARRIVE = SIGN GUEST BOOK & FILL OUT YOUR NAME TAG * DONATIONS BOX = provided to pay for Postage & Copies of Notices * $65.00 Hall Rental LUNCH: NOON * POT LUCK LUNCH: BRING 2 ITEMS Meat Item; Salad; Vegetable; Desert; Snack Food * PROVIDED = PAPER PLATES, NAPKINS & PLASTIC DINNERWARE * BRING OWN DRINKS
* This year we are going to start something new: Bring old photos of family & if you have something that belonged to an Ancestor bring that plus stories/letters * We will have games for all ages plus prizes and a door prizes.
THANK YOU & HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE we hope to have a very large reunion
DAVID & DONNA LEE WALL phone 405-455-3155 firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send ideas for a bigger and better reunion: all are welcomed
I expect that Kenneth spent time with Joe and Allean too, but his childhood memories don't include anywhere near the number and quality of memories you can include in a bio. The FAQs over in "Help With Find A Grave" are helpful in some areas and vague in others, but a bio is just that, with whatever you'd like to share about her. Bios vary widely, some folks just do bare facts, like occupation, number of children and siblings, cause of death, and the like, while others are full of memories and anecdotes.
If you ask OkieBran for custody of any memorials, he manages a passel of memorials and it may be a few days or even weeks before he gets back to you, but he will. Use the SACs to ask for memorials, click on edit at the top right corner of the memorial and then click on suggest a correction. Put in the field that pops up your relationship to the deceased, and if you'd like managership Or any info you'd like added to the memorial if it is out of guidelines - and be sure to check the box that says to send you a copy of the email! That way if you don't get a response after 30 days you can easily forward the whole thing to edit@ and let Find A Grave's admin do the transfer/add info for you. Most managers will respond to you as soon as they can, but sometimes of course real life strikes and they can't.
Any questions, don't hesitate to ask, and if I or whoever can't answer (or I'm being clear as mud), take the question to the Forums - you'll get the fastest answer there. And by the by, in the Forums the Cemetery and Genealogy section is a Godsend! Especially in the Surname threads, there are some people there with a world of experience in genealogy and a heap of resources, who will leave no stone unturned to help you trace somebody! And of course sites like Ancestry are invaluable for original documents, but beware of the family trees on them, some are excellently done but unfortunately some are not and are full of misinformation and guesses. Happy Hunting!
Give me a day or two to start sending the info I have on the Varnells. Hope it will give you a good start! In my "Kenneth's Side" Virtual Cemetery I have listed all of the Find A Grave memorials of his kin I have so far found - of course a lot of them are his Mom's folks, but you might find it interesting to dig through it for Varnells and their kin. Unfortunately, past a couple of generations beyond Marshal and Della, there are few Varnell memorials on here. Either the stones didn't survive or wherever they are hasn't been transcribed yet.
Good luck and hope you find genealogy as fun and rewarding as I have!
I have the Varnell's traced back to the 1500s, and you might prefer I email the info I have as there is enough of it to make leaving it in notes here unpractical at best.
For Joe Varnell's Wall line your best bet is to contact his page's manager, Donna Lee: I have a lot on the Walls but I expect hers is in a more computer friendly format - I started doing genealogy back before the internet, and have it all on paper instead of my hard drive, and have felt daunted by the prospect of transferring All That onto disks.
By the by, my husband is Joe and Allean's nephew, his dad was Joe's brother Jack (Jesse Andris).
As I'm sure you've noticed in the FAQs, Allean is within the 4 generation transfer rule, and I am going to transfer her memorial to you. I don't manage the others and so can't transfer them, but all you need to do as far as the others are concerned is ask their managers for them, and so long as it is within those 4 generations of direct kinship the transfer is obligatory.
I'm sorry that I hadn't enough info on Allean to write her a proper biography, Kenneth knew her but apparently not that well. But with managership you can add a real bio for her!