August 3, 2016
Today, we lost Frances Darlington Strode Lamberti. She and I always had contact on OUR Birthdays, hers the day before mine, like my Brother and our grandmother.
A week or so ago, she had fallen and broken her hip. She was back for Rehab before she returned home. We later learned that she had other medical issues, so today was “almost” a relief. I am only sorry that I wasn’t able to get to see her one more time.
She was a Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force. She loved San Antonio and her time in England.
This picture was taken in August 1952, San Antonio, Texas.
A couple of years earlier, she is with her two nephews in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
That is in the back yard at her parents home.
In 1953 (same place), “The Lieutenant and her Boy Friends”
And for my Mother, her sister, and Father’s 60th Wedding Anniversary 17 Jul 1999.
Very sad, that I didn’t have a better picture of her, by herself.
Louise and Henry Worthington’s 60th Wedding Anniversary
July 17, 1999
June 24, 2013
I am not sure how I feel about this:
On Thursday, I am going to Arlington National Cemetery for the burial of my uncle, Americus Lamberti (1917 – 2012). We knew he was going to be buried there, just not when. We have been in contact with Arlington and the funeral home. On Saturday, we received a call from the funeral home and checked the Arlington National Cemetery website to get the information that we knew would be posted there.
I decided to go to my uncles file in my genealogy database program and there was a shaky leaf. Now I know I haven’t followed all of them, and hadn’t looked at Uncle Max’s profile for a while. The first HINT, from Ancestry, was to their index to Find-A-Grave.
It looks like the funeral home created the memorial in Find-A-Grave 2 days after my uncle died.
Find-A-Grave Memorial #10230107
Since I have been to the twin’s plot, took pictures, I checked to see if I have posted the pictures on Find-A-Grave. I had not. Took care of one of the twins and I realized that the second twin was not listed. Took care of that, with a picture. Will post a picture of Uncle Max after the service on Thursday.
I have seen conversations, in blogs and online, about how quickly information is posted on Find-A-Grave. I now “get it” and what that means. His obituary was online, on Find-A-Grave 2 days after he died, a memorial was created on Find-A-Grave, but he won’t be buried for 4 more days. Also, it was picked up by Ancestry.com and I had a shaky leaf.
Now if some of our other ancestors would show up that fast.