to Lucas County, Ohio!
believe that everyone loves to be remembered in
some way. It may be a telephone call, a greeting
card, a surprise visit, or even a silly email. To
bring joy to a person by something so simple warms
my heart. By remembering those that have already
passed or have made an impact on someone's life is
equally important. They all are a part of our
history and who we are today. By reading these
biographies, all of us learn a few details about
each individuals life. This helps us to connect to
them in some way and have a better idea about the
type of person that they were.
may be gone, but not forgotten!
In May of
1997, this project was organized by Jeff Murphy,
using the established KY Biographies Project as a
model. State coordinators were sought to set
up their own state project. They were
offered the system design and tools created for
the KY project, but were free to set up their
project in any way they chose. I am Teresa
Casiano and I coordinate this project for Lucas County,
Ohio. Volunteers are needed to enter, edit,
and archive the biographies for each
project. If you have biographies you would
like to donate for Lucas Co., OH, please contact
me. If you would
like to volunteer to coordinate a county please
contact the Ohio State Coordinator,
our current Lucas Co., OH Biographies!
In memory of Anna Josephine (Moore)
"You will always be alive
and in our hearts
Cemetery and Tombstone Photos From Various States
Gee - nee - al - a - gist
By: Don Firsdon [firstname.lastname@example.org]
think that I should mow and trim
be a model guy.
tell them itís more interesting
know when grandpa died.
simply will not understand
I never go to bed...
busy living my own life,
two hundred older years instead.
waste the time we have on earth
we can fight off Indians and
upon the deep?
have preachers and lawmen,
more than a few...
yes, a few old scoundrels
a bootlegger or two.
can a man find this life
awful drudge or bore?
he can live the lives of all
kinfolks who lived long before?
hundred years from now
no one will ever know
I clean the carpet..?.
they'll see our Family Tree and glow...
their dear old granddaddy
clean washed cars and weeded flower beds but a completed
let repairs go unmade,
better things to do...
finding old birth records
give you all a clue,
why old great grand-daddy
the family branches with glee
let the faucets drip
he worked upon the Tree!