|Cynthia Bever Wilson (#48038020)|
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I enjoy genealogy, being involved with my family, I like to share doTERRA essential oils, I'm president of the Pacific Northwest Chamber Orchestra. I like to volunteer and keep busy doing good things within my ability because I have Multiple Sclerosis and have to know my limits. I have a wonderful husband. We purchased our cemetery plots at Shoestring Cemetery years ago when most of the family lived in the Salkum and Onalaska area. Many years later we have all migrated or died off. I still keep my memories in recipe books, pictures, genealogy,family records and great memories. I enjoy life one day at a time.|
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Christina Nelso..., gennie, jln, John R., Lesa Epperson, Marta Craig- K..., mjshistory, Piper, RobMinteer57, Scuttlebutt, Whitfield, Willie Dee
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|Julie Nathanson||RE: Thomas Durfee|
He died in 1790.
Thomas "provided service" during the Revolution, but did not actually serve. Which probably means he gave money or goods in support of the cause.
|Patrick Phillips||RE: What is plot PEACE|
Hello, someone was able to get a photo just recently. Thank you so much for your reply though. You are very kind.
|karen jennings||thank you|
Find A Grave contributor Cynthia Wilson has transferred the Find A Grave memorial for William Reed - I would like to thank you for the transfer of my great great grandfather - it is so nice that other people continue to help those that they do not know by adding memorial although they are no relation to them.
thank you again karen
I want to thank you for all your hard work & let you know how much I appreciate you keeping these sites up.
Could you please make a change on Melissa Jane Peters Bever site? (memorial #66845034) You have Charles Alvin Bever as one of her spouses when he is actually her youngest son. I would so appreciate this change being made!
I hope you continue to enjoy genealogy, because I do too! May God bless you always!!
Thanks again for helping to keep Find a Grave accurate.
|Judiepc||RE: Ambrose Allen I|
I think the stone is long gone. I was all through that cemetery back in 2002 when on a genealogy trip from WA to the east and back. He is my 4th g.grandfather through his daughter Lucinda who married James Cooper. I did find the stones of James and Lucinda and have an overall picture of the cemetery if you would like.
I would love to take that trip again, but it won't happen as we now are living in Ireland, next year Italy and are busy traveling around in Europe.
Added by Judiepc on May 22, 2015 1:16 PM
|SueZanne Dalley||RE: James Stewart - 39574856|
How do I get to your family tree? I would love to see what visuals you have on him.
My lineage from James Frazer is his daughter Elizabeth MacIntosh Stewart to her son Walter Marshall Glenn to his son Walter Stewart Glenn to his daughter Nancy Elizabeth Bankhead Glenn who is my great-grandmother.
|John R.||RE: William M Puckett|
Hi Cynthia, I just received a confusing (to me) message from you stating I just sent you a message asking you to remove photos on the William M. Pucket memorial (# 107995130). I did not send any message and have never asked anyone to remove a photo from a memorial, and I see no problems with the photos on the Puckett memorial (unless someone is claiming a copyright infringement, but it isn't me). I don't know what the problem is but rest assured I have no interest in seeing any photos removed and please do not change anything on my account. The Pucket line isn't even my direct family line but is part of my half-uncle's family line that isn't related to me. So, please ignore any prior message you may have received from me. It looks like you are doing a wonderful job. Keep up the good work!
~ John R.
Added by John R. on Jan 25, 2015 4:28 PM
|SueZanne Dalley||James Stewart - 39574856|
Thanks for sponsoring this memorial, are you a relative of his?
You are very welcome.
Added by Pamela on Mar 25, 2013 8:38 AM
|RobMinteer57||Family History Addiction|
Thanks for the kind words. I'm just trying to give back what so many people gave to me when I first started adding my own family to Find A Grave.
The addiction may start to lessen after five years or so--it all depends on how many distant cousins you can connect with and how much info they have.
Not much new information in any of my family lines has come my way for a year or so now--but I expect that eventually all of them will be added to Find A Grave by someone, so I'll learn about them then.
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