|David Metcalf (#47040881)|
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(8/20/2008) I joined this website, and it has been great experience, especially with all the people I have come in contact with because of this sight, and because of the things I have learned about the Beloved family members here on this website. |
Thanks to all who have contributed to my page, my families pages and all the other pages as well, because of each of US, this site continues to do good for all those, who are interested in finding relatives, etc.
Frances Margaret Metcalf # 122611385
I Thought of You Today
I thought of you with love today
but that is nothing new
I thought about you yesterday
and days before that too,
I think of you in silence
...I often speak your name
All I have are memories
and your picture in a frame
Your memory is my keepsake
with which Iíll never part
God has you in His keeping
I have you in my heart.
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|Jacqueline Campbell Askew||Duplicate FAG Pages|
There are two Find A Grave pages for my brother, William Schroeder Campbell. They are Find A Grave # 145904390 (William S. Campbell) and Find A Grave # 83181251 (William Schroeder Campbell). He was born on 16 November 1950 in Washington, D.C., and died on 13 May 1987, also in D.C. He is buried in the Spooner Cemetery, Spooner, Washburn, Wisconsin. His parents are Jonathan Villet (Jack V.) Campbell, Find A Grave # 22193244, and Margaret Joyce (Peggy) Schroeder Campbell, Find A Grave # 83180798. They are also buried in the Spooner Cemetery.
Are you able to facilitate a merge of the records, and put the new page under my care?
Thank you very much.
Jacqueline Campbell Askew
|Pam Adams||RE: Clarence Doyle Fergus|
You're very welcome. I definitely believe this takes a team effort!
|Pam Adams||Clarence Doyle Fergus|
Hello, I've added a photo for your entry on Clarence Doyle Fergus, memorial # 136678912. He is here in the Logan City Cemetery, Logan, Cache, Utah. Plot # A-170-13-1.
|B.J. Waters||Orville Metcalf|
Hello! This is just to let you know I was out taking some random photos and so I've added a photo to your cousin Orville's memorial page.
|Janet Foster Marshall||Dorothy Rust|
OK thanks David.I've tried e every way I can think of by going to their children's graves , parents , siblings . There's just nothing to find! I'll keep on digging.I'll let you know if I find anything.
|Janet Foster Marshall||RE: Children of Nathaniel Rust|
Yes David that does help. Thanks for that. I didn't have a birth date for her. Any chance you know where her and her husband are burried ? I've looked everywhere.
|Janet Foster Marshall||Children of Nathaniel Rust|
Hi David. I'm looking for my 6th great grandmother and I'm not finding any trace of her. I thought you may be able to help. Her name was Dorothy (Rust) Foster. She was married to Jeremiah Foster. My information tells me her parents were Nathaniel and Johanna (Kinsman) Rust. I have no birth date for her but her death was 14 May 1745.I would appreciate any info that you may have. Thanks.Janet email@example.com
|Richard Ross||RE: Family|
You are welcome David. I think of them and others more often than it may show. Your father and wife are special and deserve to be remembered and they are listed in my first "Virtual Cemetery" on my contributors page. I do think of them much more than the flowers on their memorials may show. When I think of them I also think of you and how much you miss them. Together, we will not let them be forgotten. I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, and I also hope you and your friends & family have a wonderful Christmas & New Years.
Hi David! Glad to find you again! Now we are friends in two places. grin Pat
|Karen Wilcox||RE: Jerry Wayne Anderson|
I love finding cousing.I used to go to the big Pulsipher reunins in Salt Lake City around the 1960's. Sure I met some of your direct line also. Did I tell you that my brother was lucky to have a friend like you?
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