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|Bob & Sue (#47206658)|
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|My mother passed away only a few days before Christmas and there have been so many kind notes sent to me.... and I needed every one. Thank you.|
I am getting back into the "Find A Grave" mood.
Update I had 2 strokes on Feb 13, 2017 and 4 more on Feb 14 while I was in the hospital for a whole month, and I can't see or type well.
Thank you for your patience. I am sorry I failed you or am slow in response.
Bob just doesn't know how to do this hobby He takes the photos.
Another woe. Surgery Sept.8 for 7 hernias. Yuck.
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|Cori H||RE: I have to quit Find A Grave|
It would be an a big job but also an honor to take on the responsibility for your many memorials at the Evergreen Memorial Cemetery. You and Bob did such a huge service to get so many methodically and carefully entered. I will keep you in my thoughts and pray for your complete recovery. Have a wonderful Independence Day. XXOO
Added by Cori H on Jul 02, 2017 9:43 PM
Hello, Sue. I tried emailing you, but received returned mail at your email address. Please write me at email@example.com from your current email address. Thank you!
Added by Katrina on Jun 23, 2017 2:50 PM
|w Kreider||Your stroke|
You don't say what year you had the stroke, but you have _NOT_ failed us.
Good heavens, woman, we all face challenges in life and you have already done more than many of us on Find A Grave and with genealogy in general. So get that "failed you" out of your head, concentrate on healing yourself and just have fun with this site. Know that we are rooting for you and appreciate everything you contribute.
Hi, in your bio it says "sorry I failed you". You didn't fail us at all! Life happens sometimes and we just gotta learn to roll with it. Thank you for being so dedicated.
Added by HT on Apr 03, 2017 9:34 AM
|Marty Curtis||Family transfers|
I would like to THANK YOU for transferring all of my great parents and grand parents so that I can maintain them, it means a lot to me. They were all very special people in my life.
Again THANK YOU.
I'm very sorry for your recent sad loss. Your mother will be with you in memory and spirit. She's proud of you and appreciated all the care you gave her. May she rest in peace.
Added by Cori H on Jan 15, 2017 2:01 PM
|Bryan Anderson||Edward J. Sharrah|
Dear Bob & Sue,
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the History and Roster of the 355th Infantry, Edward J. Sharrah was a member of this unit.
I'm not sure where I'm going with my project, but I'm hoping to eventually publish something. When I do, would it be permissible to use your photograph of the grave of Edward J. Sharrah (Find A Grave Memorial# 70119525)?
I'd like to thank you for your contributions. I believe that as a result I have finally located a woman that was very near and dear to me while I was growing up. I have a few more things I need to check Monday morning but I'm almost positive it is her.
|Larry Shumway||Birth town change|
Hi Bob and Sue:
Sorry to hear about rude people. It seems the younger generation has such an entitlement mentality that they sometimes are rude. I am asking you to change the name of the birth town of Joel Whitney Goff, memorial# 51372912. He is listed as being born in Springerville, Maine when it should be Sangerville, county of Piscataquis, Maine, USA. Thanks, Larry V. Shumway
|Perry Ryan||William F. Greenleaf|
Hi Bob and Sue,
I for one am very grateful that you added so many cemetery entries.
I sent you a couple of suggestions for William F. Greenleaf who is buried at Evergreen in Tucson. I've been researching his family, and I came across several things of interest.
I don't think his father, Francis (Frank) Greenleaf, has an entry yet, but I might create one after I discover his death date.
Such a sad story that so many people died of tuberculosis in the 1920's and 1930's. William was only 31 years old at the time.
Perry T. Ryan
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