|JCFHS '38||Your Note on My Mom's Page|
Hello, Sharon. I just wanted to drop you a note to say thank you for the message you left on my mom's page (Georgie Ethelene Davis, 1935-2015). She was quite a lady, as you noted. Et vous avez tellement raison; même une douleur dans le cul peut aimer ses enfants, même si elle a choisi d'exprimer cet amour d'une manière étrange! Mais c'était ma mère, et elle ne pouvait pas changer. Telle est la vie, non?
Thanks again for your post; it made me both smile and chuckle, and that is priceless...
Don of the Dead
Added by JCFHS '38 on Oct 13, 2017 12:14 PM
Thanks you for the touching words you left on my son's Memorial. It means so much to me, today is his birthday.
Added by sjmj on Sep 28, 2017 10:59 PM
|Jim McMahon||Just a fan letter ...|
Thank you for your military service to our country. I also want to thank you for the beautiful words that you left on the memorial for Father Vincent Capodanno. May God bless you, Sharon.
Added by Jim McMahon on Sep 04, 2017 4:45 PM
|Susan Eberz Emery||George Eberz|
Thank you so much, Sharon, for the beautiful note you left on my Dad's site. It brought tears to my eyes. My father was a special man and I miss him every single day. He would have been 100 on November 11th of this year and I know he would have made it if he did not suffer from depression. His dad lived to be 99.
Again, thank you - you were very sweet to leave that note.
Added by Susan Eberz Emery on Aug 09, 2017 8:02 PM
|Jeffrey Maksymowski||RE: Befriending You|
Yes, you may. Thank you.
Added by Jeffrey Maksymowski on Jul 06, 2017 11:55 PM
I want to thank you for your visit with my dear sister Mars on her Angel day and the beautiful token you left for her. Your visit is greatly appreciated,
(loved you saying a day late and a dollar short, it was something she always said and i havent heard it since she passed it bought back some very funny happy memories of her)
Best wishes from Ireland
Added by Reilly on Jun 17, 2017 1:51 PM
Thank you for visiting my sister Mars and remembering her birthday, your visit and the lovely token you left for her are greatly appreciated,
Best wishes from Ireland
Added by Reilly on Apr 18, 2017 12:35 PM
Many thanks for your message for Field Marshal Sir Claude Auchinleck.
Added by s sridhar on Mar 23, 2017 2:55 AM
I want to offer you my most sincere apology for not being here sooner (was away dealing with hubbys health issues) to thank you for your visit with my dear sister Mars and the beautiful token you left for her, the visit was greatly appreciated,
Beast wishes from Ireland
Added by Reilly on Mar 05, 2017 2:21 PM
|KYCatMama =^.^=||RE: Sponsoring my Parents' FAG memorials|
It's my pleasure, Sharon, to sponsor your Mom & Dad. I was so taken by the memories you shared about them. Plus, they were just such a beautiful couple - I just had to do it! Take care!
Added by KYCatMama =^.^= on Mar 01, 2017 6:07 PM
You did a fine job writing on your sister's FG and your parents. God bless Jan
Added by Janet Miller on Sep 15, 2016 5:59 PM
|myrt||Thank you so much,|
Added by myrt on Apr 04, 2016 4:15 PM
|Charlet Roskovics||Mary Clinch|
Hi Sharon, You are most welcome to the transfer! I like to think that those who have passed away won't be forgotten if a Find A Grave memorial has been made. Glad you found her! In case you aren't aware, Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness is back on line (www.raogk.com). It is a wonderful and free site to garner help :). Cheers, Charlet
Added by Charlet Roskovics on Apr 03, 2016 6:21 AM
|Jack Vander-Schrier||RE: Patricia Hunt|
Looks like the problem has been fixed, but not sure. Could you check it again and see if you need me to do something?
Added by Jack Vander-Schrier on Mar 13, 2016 1:06 PM
|William Johns||Polly Ogden|
I am researching the my family from Mass. in 1790's, and I believe that I may have a connection to you. Is it possible that polly Ogden's maiden name was Polly Johns, and her parents were Stephen and Sally Johns (Possilby Sara Johns).
Added by William Johns on Jan 05, 2016 7:23 PM
|Jenn and Jade||RE: Charles A. Swift Sponsorship|
You are very welcome! Something struck me while reading his page and it seemed like a great thing to do. :) Keep in touch!
Added by Jenn and Jade on Nov 15, 2015 12:52 PM
|Thomas Hotchkiss||RE: Lois DeVall McNutt|
Date is changed.
Added by Thomas Hotchkiss on Oct 28, 2015 3:08 PM
|Thomas Hotchkiss||RE: Vera Jean Myers|
I will take care of the linking. Thanks for for the info.
Added by Thomas Hotchkiss on Oct 01, 2015 6:38 AM
|Karyn Williams||RE: Caleb Williams|
i am so sorry that I missed your message. I would love to meet with you sometime. I live by Sea World on the northwest side of San Antonio. Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can share phone numbers and hopefully get together.
Added by Karyn Williams on Aug 29, 2015 12:02 PM
|Thomas Hotchkiss||RE: Henry Clay DeVall and Emmaline DeVall|
Thanks for adding the picture. Do you have any pictures of the children?
Added by Thomas Hotchkiss on Aug 18, 2015 6:26 AM
|Robert Boehm Rathbun||136589954|
Polly Ogden, the wife of John. I would love to have an exchange through emails concerning Polly Ogden and a possible first marriage.
I believe Polly married first Henry Rathbun but no doubt divorced between 1822-1825. William C. Rathbun (at times Rathburn or Rathbone) is listed with a mother, Polly Ogden, on his death record in 1911. No father is listed no doubt as Henry Rathbun had died early. William C. Rathbun was born October 23, 1816 in Catherine, New York and died in Union, Pennsylvania December 18, 1911. I believe the William Ogden age 34, listed in the home of John and Polly Ogden in 1850 is actually. Further, William C. Rathbun is living next door to Polly Ogden in Union, Pennsylvania in 1870.
Rob Rathbun Rathcrest@aol.com
Added by Robert Boehm Rathbun on May 17, 2015 11:55 AM
|Jean Pinick||RE: Charles DeVall|
I have checked the copy of the lot book and in the original cemetery in Lot 74 there are suppose to be 4 infants or small children buried. There is a Maudie Devall, Chettie Devall and a Lester Devall along with an infant . It looks like that was the one fore Chettie so we were both half right.I deleted the one for Charles since that was incorrect.
Is that Maudie or Mandie. The obit says Mandie. If it is Mandie and it is quite possible this is an N instead of a U, the name can be changed to be correct.
The next time I go Back I will see if Maudie's stone is still there. I find I have already taken pictures of all three of those stones at one time. There is none for the infant. I imagine it was either stillborn or died at birth. In most cases there isn't a stone put up for them but it is buried in the same lot as the other three.
When I am getting photos for someone else I try to take all the ones that I run across that are either broken and down on the ground or getting illegible so they will be there for the next generations.
Added by Jean Pinick on Jan 19, 2015 8:04 AM
|Jean Pinick||Re:Charles DeVall in Burlingame Ks Cem|
I think this may be another one of the children that died the same time as Lester. His stone is right next to Lesters
Added by Jean Pinick on Jan 16, 2015 10:18 PM
|Thomas Hotchkiss||RE: Emmaline Ogden DeVall|
Did you get my reply by email?
Added by Thomas Hotchkiss on Dec 02, 2014 12:38 PM
|Thomas Hotchkiss||RE: Emmaline Ogden DeVall|
I have added Maddux and McNutt info in the Haskew Cemetery and linked them to the DeVall's.
Checking on Laura DeVall parents, I have found a marriage license for her father under pmcbrasil family tree on Ancestry that listed the date of death for his first wife as Feb 9, 1894. This needs to checked before adding Betsey to Laura post.
Let me know what you find out.
Added by Thomas Hotchkiss on Oct 13, 2014 3:02 PM