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Genealogy--our Elders Are Passing
by Jack M. Williams
Our elders are passing, one by one
Surely gone forever, until there are none.
Their bountiful memories, their knowledge of the past,
Soon will be lost, and beyond our grasp.
The past is prologue, so delicate to retain,
Slipping slowly from our grasp, 'til nothing remains.
For our elders are passing, so sad but true,
And with them their memories, and all that they knew.
It's urgent for sure, to record each thought,
Of every family elder, so it's not for naught.
So generations remember the beauteous past,
We'll retain that knowledge, and ensure it will last.
There'll be no better time, than that right now,
To begin your quest, or to renew your vow.
So locate your elders, and schedule that meeting,
In light of the fact, that time is so fleeting.
To Our Service, Fire & Police Personnel - April 2014
EDNA LOUISE NEWTON WISNIEWSKI,
U. S. Navy - S1
Edna L. Wisniewski was born in
daughter of Joseph Newton and Annie B. Chapman, on April 30, 1918. She
died on December 11, 1994 at the VA Hospital in Durham, N.C.
in the Navy on April 20, 1944 and served as a Health Records Clerk,
being discharged on December 15, 1945. She is buried at New Hope United
Methodist Church Cemetery, Randolph, Charlotte Co., VA. Her husband
Paul also served in the Navy during the war.
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