Lee Lou

Families researching: Bartos, Deveau, Dougherty, Meiers, Reich, Rich, Sheier

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Lee Lou Here's a great poem that appeared on DeadFred.com recently. It really says it all, for anyone tucking away family pictures to be labelled "someday". STRANGERS IN A BOX Come, look with me inside this drawer, Inside this box I've often seen, At the pictures, black and white; Of faces proud, still, or serene. I wish I knew the people here, These strangers in the box, Their names and all their memories are lost among my socks. I wonder what their lives were like. How did they spend their days? And what about their special times? I'll never know their ways. If only someone took the time To tell who, what, where, when? Then these faces of my heritage would come to life again. Could this too, become the fate Of pictures we take today? The faces and the memories Someday to be passed away? Make time to save your stories! Seize the opportunity when it knocks, Or someday you and yours could be The strangers in the box. Anonymous Author
Oct 26, 2009 · posted to the surname Everyone
Lee Lou Mrs. Sarah Ann (Marlin) Wiggins 12 Apr 1823 - 27 May 1903, 2nd wife of Samuel Wiggins of Shelocta, PA who died in Aug 1900. Her obit was in The Indiana Gazette, Indiana, PA, Wednesday 27 May 1903. She was buried in the U.P. graveyard near Shelocta, only a few rods from her family homestead.
Nov 23, 2011 · posted to the photo Sarah Ann Wiggins - Indiana, PA 1823-1903
Lee Lou Hubby agrees...1927
Oct 25, 2009 · posted to the photo Man with wrecked car
Lee Lou oops, spell that Epiphany. Sorry. See the story at http://www.oandpbiznews.com/200909b/history.asp
Oct 25, 2009 · posted to the photo Alfred A. Stratton
Lee Lou He died at 29, but had become a minister, and served as rector of the Epihany Episcopal Church in Washington. Perhaps the church has a record of his burial in 1874.
Oct 25, 2009 · posted to the photo Alfred A. Stratton