Compiled by P.
Davidson-Peters © 1995
|JULIA SARAH MOORE - daughter of Isaac C.
Moore and Julia C. (Slayback), was born 22 Nov
1871 in Collinsville, Madison Co., Illinois and
was enumerated with her parents in the 1880
census in that city where her father was a bell
was married in the early part of 1893, possibly
April 6th, to George Damon Gould who was the son
of Alfred Gould and Mary (Spencer) and was born
in Indiana in about 1873. According to his obituary, he died in St. Louis
after a short illiness about four months later on
the 15th of August, 1893, and was laid to rest at
Bellefontaine Cemetery. His widow, only
twenty-one years of age, gave birth to their
daughter three months later.
1897, Julia was then united in marriage to Robert
D. Ross who was born in Paducah, McCracken Co.,
Kentucky on 31 Mar 1864, and was the son of James
Ross and Lucinda (Austin). Julia, Robert, and her
daughter Marie were enumerated in the 1900 census residing in the 22nd Ward of
St. Louis. They continued to reside in St. Louis
where their son Robert G. Ross was born, and were
listed in the 1910, 1920, 1930 and 1940
Robert died in St.
Louis on 03 May 1956, and according to Julia's obituary, she died on 10 Oct 1957.
Both were laid to rest at Sunset Burial Park and
Mausoleum in Affton, St. Louis Co., Missouri.
JULIA S. (MOORE) & GEORGE D. GOULD
Louise Gould - born 15 Nov 1893 in
St. Louis, MO; married Joseph Francis
Smith, and were the parents of
Charles Edward Smith. Marie died in
Richmond Heights, St. Louis Co., MO
on 10 Apr 1954 and was laid to rest
at Sunset Burial Park and Mausoleum -
Affton, St. Louis Co., MO. According
to his obituary, Joseph died
03 Jul 1937, was a member of
Pomegranate Lodge No. 95, A.F. and
JULIA S. (MOORE) & ROBERT D. ROSS
- Robert G.
Ross - born about 1911 in Missouri,
and was residing in St. Louis in
|THOMAS ANTHONY MOORE - son of
Thomas & Clarissa (Pilcher), was born 15
October 1867 in St. Louis, Missouri. Like
his father, he was a carpenter and was well
regarded in the city of St. Louis. He was
considered a handsome and popular young
businessman, and was connected with the house of
Swift & Co, of Chicago. While in St. Louis,
he formed an acquaintance with a rich debutante,
Rebecca Tebbetts, whose father was Lewis Bates Tebbetts, the vice-president of
Tebbetts and Mansur Implement Company, formerly
the Deere and Mansur Company which had been
founded by John Deere.
Fearing opposition about their
marriage, Tom and Rebecca did not inform her
parents of the event, but secured a marriage
license and made an appointment with the Reverend
Cave to meet him in the parlor of the
Non-Sectarian Church at 8 o'clock on the 27th of
April, in the year 1895. At the hour named,
Mr. Moore and Miss Tebbetts, and a few of their
intimate friends, assembled in the parlor of the
church and a few minutes later the bride and
groom separated via the Chicago and Alton
Railroad for Chicago - the bride went home, made
her confession, and received absolution. Her
husband returned from his Chicago business trip a
few days later.
Tom and Rebecca
legally separated on October 17, 1907 and Rebecca
was restored her maiden name. At the time
of their divorce, Tom was a head of the Moore
Lumber Company in Chicago, Secretary of the
Yellow Piner's Association, and a member of the
Mercantile Club of St. Louis. From family letters
and news clippings, it appears that their
separation was not a hostile one, and that
Rebecca remained in contact and on good terms
with the Moores - often mothering his younger
sisters who were motherless. She later
married the Secretary of the Brown's baseball
team, Lloyd Rickart.
remarried. His second wife was Eleanor Chase who
was born 26 Apr 1886 in Winnebago Co., Illinois
and was the daughter of Ira R. Chase and Frances
Estella (Barnes). They united in marriage in
Chicago on 02 Feb 1910 and were listed in the
census that year residing on 54th Street. The
following year they had a son, Thomas Anthony
Moore, Jr., and in 1920 they were again listed in
Chicago, and in 1930 had moved a short distance
away to Highland Park, Lake Co., Illinois. They
removed to California where Tom died on 27 Feb
1948 in Los Angeles and his widow on 01 Jul 1950.
Newspaper clippings of the elopement,
divorce and re-marriage of Rebecca to Lloyd
Rickart are on file and in the care of P.
Ancestors & Descendants
of Eleanor M. Chase
PDP's Blog Post:
Eleanor M. Chase of Winnebago Co., IL,
Documenting a Detour from a Lane to a Chase
TOM MOORE & ELEANOR (CHASE)
Anthony Moore, Jr. - born 29 Oct 1911
in Chicago, Illinois; moved to
California where he was enumerated in
the 1930 census residing in Alameda
County, and in 1940 in Los Angeles
County. He died in Los Angeles on 06
MOORE - daughter of
Thomas and Clarissa, was born on 28 October 1870
in St. Louis, Missouri. She married John
Albert Fenton in St. Louis in about 1891. John
was born 01 Mar 1863 in Crimble Hall, Bamford,
England and was the son of James Fenton and
Frances Owston. He seems to have been the
representative for the family in regards to
obtaining the Mossman estate in Berwick Upon
Tweed, England. There are a handful of
letters written to or from John in which he was
attempting to establish their place as the
rightful heirs to the estate.
John was employed with
Philibert and Johanning in St. Louis and in 1900 was listed as a car accountant
living in St. Louis on Evans Avenue. In
1910 John was listed as a janitor working for an
Express Office. He and Clarissa Amanda were the
parents of and James Albert Fenton and Cynthia
Lillian as well as Emerson who was born in July
1899, and Ralph - both appear to have died young.
"AMANDA" (MOORE) & JOHN FENTON
- James Albert
Fenton - born 22 Mar 1892 in
Missouri; married Addie May Suggs of
Tennessee, daughter of James Larkin
Suggs and Susan Frances Lawler. He
died 18 May 1966.
- Cynthia Lillian
Fenton - born 12 Aug 1894 in
St. Louis, Missouri; married in about
1913, Clarence Seymore Suggs, son of
James Larkin Suggs and Susan Frances
(Lawler) who was born in Tennessee in
1888; Cynthia died in St. Louis on 19
Dec 1927 and was laid to rest at Lake
St. Charles Cemetery in Overland,
Fenton - born about July 1899 in St.
Louis, Missouri and died as an infant
sometime after June of 1900.
Fenton - died as a child.
|JAMES ASBURY MOORE - son of
Thomas and Clarissa, was born 04 May 1873 in St.
Louis, MO. He was named for his father's real
estate friend James Asbury Judlin. In about 1891
he married Lydia Harzmeier. She was the daughter
of German parents, her mother having come to the
U.S. in 1854. She was listed with her widowed
mother Mathilda in 1880 and 1900 prior to her
marriage. She and James had no children and he
died 02 Nov 1912.
After the death of James, Lydia
married Albin or Augustus H. Johnson who was born
17 May 1891 in St. Louis and died on 01 Aug 1953.
Lydia died on 18 Apr 1947 and she and James were
both buried in Bellefontaine Cemetery in St.
Louis, Misouri. (Photos)
|MABEL GRACE MOORE - daughter of Thomas and
Clarissa, was born 19 June 1877 in St. Louis,
Missouri. She was only thirteen when her
Mama passed away, and looked after her younger
sisters, Mamie (Mary Jeannette) and Beulah.
She seemed to worry often of them while she was
at school. She attended a business college
later and was married on the 19th of December in 1901, to Samuel Elliott
Jones. She was very involved in the social
circles and lived in Kirkwood and then in Webster Groves where they had a house
built about the time of the World's Fair.
She was the first to donate
her Papa's Civil War letters, the Kennerly
Journal, and the Barton letters to the Missouri
Historical Society; and was in close contact with
them for many years while these articles were
being transcribed and reviewed by some of St.
Louis' noted authors for their historical
content. She died on 25 April 1963 and was
buried beside Samuel in Bellefontaine Cemetery in St. Louis.
MABEL (MOORE) & SAMUEL E. JONES
VanBergen Jones - born about 1903;
married Rugeina Jeanette Belousa of
Polant in 1927, and enumerated
together in 1940 but later divorced.
Elliot lived in the Webster Groves
family home until his death at an
- Mabel Grace
"Denise" Jones - born 06 Nov
1909 in Glendale, Missouri; married
Eugene Malcolm Armstead; died 05 Jun
1983 in Omaha, Nebraska
|MARY JEANNETTE MOORE - my
great grandmother and daughter of Thomas and
Clarissa, was born on the 7th of September 1880
in St. Louis, and was said to have been named
after the doctor's wife who delivered her.
She was not quite ten when her Mama passed away,
but would recall the rest of her life to her only
grandchild and namesake, the stories she had
heard about her Mama and Papa. It's most
probable these stories were told to her by her
Papa, whom she cared for after all the others had
left home. Of all the children, she was the
only one who did not receive some form of higher
education. Her life was her dear Papa, and
when he was gone, she was lost and without any
means to support herself.
She had fallen in love with
a man her father had deemed unworthy of her
attentions and while dating him, helped him study
his law books. Although she did not marry
him, she followed his career, saving news
clippings of his accomplishments; and despite her
father's opinion of him, the man became a very
successful lawyer. At the time of his
death, she held the obituary of him in her hand,
looked at her granddaughter with tear-filled eyes
and said, "Jeanne, this is the man I
The year after the
death of her dear Papa, she married Clarence Lane
who had been born in Vincennes, Indiana. Having
been married prior and father of one son, he and
Mamie (as she was known) also had one son whom
she named Clarence Moore Lane. Her husband,
however, did not support or provide for her and
she was left to care for her son on her own.
In order to
support her son, she worked. One of the
jobs she had was in an ammunitions factory in St.
Louis, and later she worked at Bellevue City
Sanitarium and later on in life, cleaned houses
to support herself. A story of how
uninvolved her husband was in their lives, can be
summed up in a story retold to her grand-
daughter about the time Granny and Clarence were
walking down the city sidewalk and she noticed
Clarence, Sr. sitting on a bar stool inside a
pub. She pointed him out to her four year
old son, and asked if he wouldn't like to go in
and introduce himself, which the young boy
did. His father shook his hand, handed him
a quarter, and Clarence never saw him again.
Granny Mae Lane
was a kind and loving lady who sacrificed,
provided for, and looked after not only her son,
but her only grandchild, Jeanne. She
showered her with love and rocked her, even when
she was too big to be rocked, and re-told to her
all the stories of her Mama and Papa that she
could think to tell. She took Jeanne to the
opera, the zoo, the ballet, and scrimped and
saved to buy Jeanne's graduation dress when she
graduated from 8th grade. She gave all of heart,
and instilled in her granddaughter the love of
our family history that it might be passed
down. She died in St. Louis on the 6th of
July in 1965, and though Jeanne had moved away,
she of all, grieved the most, the lost of this
gentle, loving woman who had given her so much of
herself and her past. (Photo)
MARY JEANNETTE (MOORE) & CLARENCE L. LANE
- Clarence Moore
Lane - born 03 Jun 1918 in
St. Louis, Missouri; married Teresina
(Laratta) and were the parents of one
child, Mary "Jeanette"
Lane. Clarence died on 30 Apr 1966 in
St. Louis. (Photo)
|BEULAH ABRAMS MOORE - born 13
Mar 1887 in St. Louis, MO and named after her
brother Tom's girlfriend whom he did not marry.
She married Roy David Vosburg, the son of Tunis
and Clara B. (Sieber) who was listed with his
parents prior to his marriage in the 1900 census as having been born
in May of 1884.
In 1910 Roy, Beulah, and their son
Sheldon are residing with his parents - the
census indicating they had been married in about
1907. Roy is listed as a designer in a factory.
Family notes indicate he may have gone blind some
time before 1920 when his wife is listed as
employed and living at the Almshouse Hospital in
Lancaster, his daughter Althea in the household
of his Aunt Louise Sieber, and his son with his
parents. His date of death is not known.
In 1930 both Beulah (again listed
as Mary C.) and her daughter Althea were residing
with Roy's aunt, Louise Sieber in Port Royal,
Juniata Co., PA. Beulah later lived with her
sister Mabel in Webster Groves, Missouri. She was known
to her niece Jeanne as "Aunt Beu" and
as she was bed-ridden Jeanne would play cards
with her and loved to braid her waist length
Beulah and Roy
were the parents of Sheldon, Winston, and Althea
Vosburg, wife of married William Foschetti.
According to her obituary, Beulah passed away in on
05 Feb 1950 at the home of her sister in Webster
Groves and was laid to rest at Bellefontaine Cemetery.
Note: Beulah's death certificate lists her name as Mary
Cecelia indicating she may have legally changed
her name; and her death notice on file with Bellefontaine
Cemetery lists both names. Her obituary, however,
lists her as Beulah.
Headstone Investigation - A Blog post by P.
BEULAH A. (MOORE) & ROY D. VOSBURGH
spelled Vosburg as often or as Vosburgh, but is
listed with an "h" on Beulah's death
Moore Vosburgh - born about 1908 in
Pennsylvania; resided in Juniata Co.
Pennsylvania where he was listed in
the 1910 and 1920 census
residing with his grandparents. He
later lived in Minnesota, Tyler
Texas, and California and is believed
to have died in Sherman Oaks in 1878.
Whitmer Vosburgh - born 23 May 1910
in Pennsylvania and was enumerated in
1920 residing with
his grandparents and brother, and in 1930 residing with
his widowed grandmother. He was the
father of Sandra Vosburgh; resided in
Illinois and later Cleveland, Ohio
where he died in July of 1985.
- Althea Claire
Vosburgh - born 23 Aug 1913;
married William Foschetti and passed
away at the age of thirty-six years,
eleven months and eight days on 31
Jul 1950. She and William were the
parents of one daughter and one son.
She was laid to rest at Hershey
Cemetery in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
|ALLI MAE SMITH -
daughter of Mary (Harris) and Levi Smith, was
born Feb 1868 in Naples, Scott, IL. She
married William I. FARRIS who was born Aug
1858 in Missouri and died 1930/31 in Idaho. Alli
Mae died 27 Jan 1940 in Spokane, WA.
ALLIE MAE (SMITH) & WILLIAM I. FARRIS
- John E.
Farris - born Oct 1887 in Kansas, he
married Marjorie E. (---) in Spokane,
Washington in 1922, but had no
children. John passed away on 9
November 1960 in Spokane, Washington.
C. Farris - born 23 Aug 1891 in
Moscow, Idaho. She married (1)
Herbert Neill in 1919 in Spokane,
Washington, but they later diivorced
in about 1935 or 1936. She married
(2) Ralph Green who passed away on 8
March 1965. She had no
children by either marriage and
passed away on the 4th of April, 1981
in Spokane, Washington
|CHARLES EDGAR SMITH - son of
Mary (Harris) and Levi Smith, he was born 26 Dec
1871 in Naples, Scott, IL and married Hattie
Granger in 1895 in Kendrick, ID and divorced in
the early 1900's. Charles as a barber in
Newport, Washington in 1914 the year he died 1914
in Newport, Idaho
CHARLES E. SMITH & HATTIE (GRANGER)
Smith - born in 1897 and married to
Millie Jobes, he passed away in
Ashland, Oregon in 1981. His
children are: Charles who was born in
Spirit Lake, Idaho and married
Roberta Moorehead and are the parents
of daughter Kathryn Suzanne who had
married Edgar Groves and is the
mother of Dale Edward and Russell
Todd Groves; and daughter Karen
Louise Smith. - Clyde and Millie's
son James was born 4 Aug 1925 in
Spirit Lake, Idaho and married to
Betty Robertson. They are the
parents of Anthony Eugene who married
Janet Gallo who are the parents of
Taneesha, Tara, and Tian Smith; and
Terry Dawn Smith who married Melvin
Richard Carner and are the parents of
Darin Michael, James Richard, and
David Matthew Carner. James,
father of Anthony and Terry, passed
away on 28 Oct 1985 in Reno,
HARRIS - daughter of Eli
and Elizabeth Ann (Green), was born 5 Mar 1882 in
Yates Center, Woodson, KS. She
married (1) William Crowley, son of Thomas and
Florence. He was born in Idaho on 03 Dec 1877 and
died in a tragic car accident on 17 Jul 1914 in
Moscow, Latah Co., Idaho. They had one son, Glenn
"Teddy" Crowley. Cynthia then
married William's brother Joseph who was born
according to the 1900 census in about Feb 1884.
Joseph passed away on 13 November 1925.
|PEARL HARRIS -
daughter of Eli and Elizabeth Ann (Green) was
born 22 Feb 1888 and married on 4 Apr 1907 in
Moscow, Idaho John Floyd Clancy and had by him
two sons- James and Glenn Clancy. She
passed away on 3 July 1917 in Moscow, Idaho and
was buried in Dayton, Washington.
|RUTH BARBARA HARRIS -
daughter of Eli and Elizabeth Ann (Green) was
born 30 Aug 1897 and married on 4 Oct 1915 in
Troy, Idaho Laurence Edwin Huff. Laurence was
born 13 Jan 1895 in Miami, MO and passed away on
6 May 1954 in Moscow, Idaho. They were the
parents of two sons - Martin and James
Huff. Ruth passed away on 12 October 1977
in Moscow, Idaho.
|HARRY DAVID HARRIS - son of Isaac N. and
Emily Hilburn, was born 10 Dec 1874 in Naples,
Scott, Illinois. He married on 7 Dec 1902
in Eureka, Greenwood, KS Leona Bell Adams. Leona
was born 2 Feb 1877 in Hamilton, Kansas and
passed away on 28 June 1935 in Storm Lake, Iowa
but was laid to rest in Bethany, Misssouri.
Harry passed away on 12 May 1942 in Bethany,
Harrison, Missouri. They were the parents
of two sons - James Leon, and John Paul Harris.
|JOHN DIMUTH MOORE,
JR. - son of John and Josephine
(Brown), was born 6 Apr 1907 in Rich Hill, Bates,
Missouri. He married on 30 Jan 1928 in Rich
Hill, Bates, Missouir, Nola Fern Smith who was
the daughter of Lewis Wilbur Smith and Dora Dean
(Harcourt). Nola was born 2 Apr 1909 in
Butler, Bates, Missouri and passed away on 12 Sep
1973 in Independence, Jackson, MO. John passed
away on 2 Feb 1963 in Independence, Jackson,
JOHN D. MOORE & NOLA FERN (SMITH)
Moore - born in Independence,
Jackson, Missouri, is the wife of
Timothy Edward Meng, the son of
Lester Lloyd Meng and Cecilia
Elizabeth Wiedmer. Joan and
Timothy are the parents of Mark
Timothy who was born in Independence,
Jackson, MO and is married to
Kathleen Eubanks. Joan and
Timothy are also the parents of
Michael John, also born in
Missouri. The Meng families
currently reside in Jackson Co.,
Louise Moore - who was born in Rich
Hill, Bates, Missouri.
|JAMES ALBERT FENTON - son of Clarissa Amanda
(Moore) and John A. Fenton, was born about Mar
1892 and was listed in the 1900 and 1910 census
residing with his parents. He married Addie May
Suggs, the daughter of James Larkin Suggs and
Susan Frances Lawler. He died in
Doniphan, Missouri. They were the parents
of Albert, Doloris, Garnet, Marcille, and Aldine
LILLIAN FENTON -
daughter of Clarissa Amanda (Moore) and John A.
Fenton, was born 12 Aug 1894 in St. Louis,
Missouri and was listed in her parents' household
in the 1900 and 1910 census. She married Clarence
Seymore Suggs and died 19 Dec 1927 in St.
Louis. She is buried in Lake St. Charles
Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri. (Photo
CYNTHIA L. FENTON & CLARENCE S. SUGGS
Larkin Suggs - born 6 Sep 1917 in St.
Louis, St. Louis, MO; died 26 Sep
1986 in St. Louis, Missouri.
Bernice Suggs - married George W.
Benton and are the parents of Patsy,
Janet Howard, Shirley, and Beth Marie
- Edith May
Suggs - married Paul Dean Holmes, the
son of Elmer James Holmes and Daisy
Belle Murier. Edith and Paul
are the parents of Paul Dean, Janice
Sue, David Willis, and Beth Holmes
who married James R. Vanderby and are
the parents of Matthew James,
Johnathan Paul, Christopher Scott,
and Nicholas Allen Vanderby.
Eileen Suggs - married Roman J. Tylka
and are the parents of Cynthia,
Claudia, Martin, Roman, Lawrence, and
Mary Frances Tylka.
|MABEL GRACE DENISE
JONES - the daughter of Mabel
(Moore) and Samuel E. Jones; she married Eugene
Malcolm Armstead and was the mother of Gail
Phyllis Armstead who was born in Omaha, Nebraska
in 1947 and passed away in 2002. Gail had married
and was later divorced from William Minton
Stroud. She is the mother of John William
and Jerry Ray Stroud, all of whom reside in
|CLARENCE MOORE LANE - son of
Mary Jeannette (Moore) & Clarence Lane, was
born on 3 June 1918 in St. Louis, Missouri.
While living with his mother in a boarding house,
he caught the sight of a young and very
attractive woman. It has been said that
they both fell in love at first sight. The
object of his affections was Theresa Laratta, the
daughter of Armando Laratta and Eleanora
(Rossomanno) of Southern Italy.
Like Clarence, Theresa was
fatherless. Her own father had died when
she was only thirteen, and she was living with
her mother and helping to support her.
Clarence and Theresa were the parents of one
child, Mary Jeanette, whom they named after
adored his daughter, whom he named after his
mother, and was deeply in love with his wife, he
was not much of a family man. Perhaps
having no role model himself, he knew no other
way than that which he had grown up in, and would
come and go out of the lives of his wife and
daughter throughout the eight years they were
handsome, and a lover of literature, he passed
the love of the poets on to his daughter and
showered his wife with poetic phrases, which
after a hard day waiting tables to support her
daughter, seemed less than romantic. It is
said Theresa once took a book of poetry he was
reading to her, and with aching legs and arms
from working, yanked it from his lap while he was
seated casually, legs propped and relaxed, and
tore it to pieces.
inability to be much of a family man, my mother
never grew up without knowing her father's love.
He sometimes took her to the fine restaurants of
St. Louis where he worked as a chef, or to the
elegant homes of his employers; and taught her
etiquette and poise, and provided for her an
insight into a world she would not have seen
away in St. Louis on 30 April 1966. He had
never married again, and at the time of his
death, still carried a picture of Theresa in his
|ALTHEA VOSBURG - the daughter of Beulah
(Moore) and Roy Vosburgh, was born 23 Aug 1913.
In the 1920 census she was enumerated
with her great aunt, Louisa F. Sieber residing in
Walker Twp., Juniata Co., Pennsylvania; and in
1930 residing with Louisa and her mother on Water
Street in Port Royal of the same county. Her
mother, Beulah (also known as Mary C.) had also
been enumerated in the 1920 census residing at the
Almshouse hospital in Lancaster where she was
living and working as a nurse - and where it is
speculated that her husband might have been
living at one time as family notes indicate he
had become blind. It is not known when he died,
but in the Almshouse census she is listed as
married and in the 1930 Port Royal census taken on
April 29th, she is listed as widowed.
Althea and William were
married about twelve years and considering
adoption when they had their first child, Marsie,
now the wife of C. Craig Heister and mother of
Kristin, Andrew, and Aaron Heister. They
also had son William Foschetti who resides in
Pennsylvania and is unmarried.
|MARY JEANETTE LANE - daughter of Clarence and
Theresa (Laratta), was born exactly one hundred
and four years after her great grandfather Thomas
Anderson Moore. She was born in St. Louis
and raised with both of her grandmas (Eleanora
Rossomanno & Mary Jeannette Moore).
Influenced by both, she grew up with a mixture
of background and culture - that of the
Italian ancestry of Calabria, and of the Moore
and Pilchers who had been long established in the
the age of fourteen she came with her family to
Arizona after her step-father answered an ad for
AiResearch. They set up house in the city of
Phoenix, that lacked "culture of any
kind." It had no museums, operas or
ballets, and at that time, did not have so much
as a zoo. It did, however, have some
interesting aspects like real cowboys and Indians
- Navajo, Hopi, and Pima Indians could be seen
selling their wares spread out on the city
sidewalks, and despite the extreme heat, were
dressed in long velvet gowns, jeans and boots,
and most always adorned with their silver buckles
and beautiful turquoise squash blossom necklaces
She met and
married my father two years later and had three
children. My younger sister Darlene, passed away
the same day she was born. My mother joined her
in 1999 and both are laid to rest in Glendale,
Arizona at Resthaven Park Cemetery.
At the time of her
passing, my brother, our father and I were with
her. In that instant my heart knew an emptiness
I'd never felt before - a hollow place where once
the love she had bestowed upon me, had once been
filled full. Though the days, months, and
years have passed, my heart misses her still -
this wonderful woman who was my mother, my
editor, the keeper of our family history - and my
dearest friend. May peace and tranquility
be forever hers. (Photo)
24 Jan 2013
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