Family Obituary’s

Posting Family Obituary’s here for families who want to have family remembered. I believe no one should be forgotten.

I have been to several cemetery’s and seen several stone Crumbled or broken and this tells me that their familys some where down the road have forgotten them.

I have been researching my family history for about 15 yrs, I got started in this when my Grandmother died. Looking back as a child I don’t remeber my grand fathers they both died. My Mothers father Walter King died in 1962 before I was even born. My Fathers father died when I was but 8 yrs old. So I never got stories from them. So as I got older I started looking for answers whom my family was.

I am doing this to share with others seeking family and for everyone to post their loved one’s. Feel Free to add you own. I am adding more Daily.

Published on March 20, 2008 at 2:08 pm  Comments (6)  

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  1. My father ,Oscar Rascoe Born August 31st 1922- Died Oct 1981
    was the son of George and Rosanna Rascoe, How do I add him to this posting?

    • I would love to add him for you, please email me the information and I will be glad to add , thanks Laura Email Ladyshoffner@aol.com

  2. I would like to add our family’s of the Gonyeas and the Rivers clans, can I email you the info

  3. How can I publish my own family on this website

    • sure thanks for helping if you need anything please let me know again thanks


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