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At 4:50pm on March 14, 2010, Corbin Doak said…
Hey Dawn. I am still on when I am able to get on.. yes.. you can share my page. I hope all is well with you.
At 8:47pm on March 12, 2010, Ron Adams said…
Maybe copy and past my comments and send them to her in an email?

At 8:26pm on March 12, 2010, Ron Adams said…
Hope you are feeling better. I thought I did answer this. My father is Richard Lee Adams, born in Indiana. HIs father was John Cleon Adams, who married Dorothy Jewel Lamon. They lived a long part of their life in Missouri. John's father was Frederick Allen Adams who married Leona bell. Fred's dad was John Henry Adams. John's wife was Martha Denzler. John's parent were Joshua Allen Adams and Sarah McCoy. They were originally from Virginia, which became West Virginia during the civil war. Joshua joined up with the Union army, and his family and brothers stay with the Confederates. Let me know if those names ring any bells.

Ron Adams

Oh, I did post this on December 13th.
At 8:02pm on December 13, 2009, Ron Adams said…
Sorry to be so late in answering. My great-great-great grandfather, Joshua Allen Adams served in the Union army during the Civil War. He was from what is now West Virginia. He married Sarah McCoy, daughter of a preacher. Joshua's father was John Adams, and was said to be 2nd or 3rd cousin to President Adams. Joshua's son, John Henry Adams, his son Frederick Allen Adams, and my grandfather John C. Adams who lived in Missiouri with is wife, my grandmother Dorothy Jewell Lamon.

I'll look through my files. I remember a big Adam's family reunion in Iowa when I was about 13. I am sure we are related there somewhere.

Ron Adams
At 4:29pm on December 13, 2009, Corbin Doak said…
of course you may do whatever you like with them Dawn they are yours.
At 12:38pm on May 29, 2009, Bill Jurney said…
Hi Dawn,

I understand. May I come by your place sometime and review the parts you missed with us?


At 12:57pm on May 9, 2009, Linda Walton said…
Hi Mama!!! I am wishing you a VERY "Happy Mother's Day" too and am SO happy that your flower delivery found it's way to you via a neighbor! I had a strong feeling that is how you would receive them. Only wish I could be there to celebrate with you and the girls. Sending you LOTS of love and hugs. I am SO happy that you've found this site and that you have shared your find!!! XOXO
At 12:13pm on May 6, 2009, Bill Jurney said…
Dawn, Just so busy. Barely have time to keep up with all my 5 social networking sites. See you tonight.

Love, Me
At 9:04pm on May 4, 2009, Richard Lukens said…
Hi Dawn.... I think if you hit the "send a message" button on the top left you can send a private message... this comment wall can by seen by anyone... but check it out with someone first... as I am not that familiar with how it all works either...

Looks like you have some friends here... I hope you like the site...

At 7:18am on May 2, 2009, Corbin Doak said…
Hey Dawn, Thanks for looking at my work.. and for the plug on your blog.. I really like this site and Vivian and I are doing well. Glad to hear you are doing well also. I hope you enjoy your painting class.. I took one with steve back in Hawaii. Here are some of what I did if you want to look.
At 5:08am on May 2, 2009, The Ancient One said…
Morning Poem

Every morning
the world
is created.
Under the orange

sticks of the sun
the heaped
ashes of the night
turn into leaves again

and fasten themselves to the high branches ---
and the ponds appear
like black cloth
on which are painted islands

of summer lilies.
If it is your nature
to be happy
you will swim away along the soft trails

for hours, your imagination
alighting everywhere.
And if your spirit
carries within it

the thorn
that is heavier than lead ---
if it's all you can do
to keep on trudging ---

there is still
somewhere deep within you
a beast shouting that the earth
is exactly what it wanted ---

each pond with its blazing lilies
is a prayer heard and answered
every morning,

whether or not
you have ever dared to be happy,
whether or not
you have ever dared to pray.

~ Mary Oliver ~
At 12:32am on May 2, 2009, Josephine Forrester said…
Hi Dawn. is the on-line paper.
If I come across any other info, I will let you know.
At 6:26pm on May 1, 2009, Dawn May Adams said…
Thank you Ron--I'll get back to you.
At 3:44pm on May 1, 2009, Ron Adams said…
Well my grandparents were John Adams and Dorothy Lamon. John's dad was Frederick Adams, and his father was Joshua Allen Adams. Fred married Leona Bell and lived in southern Indiana. There was a big family reunion in Iowa when I was a teen and all kinds of Adams were there. Its a really big clan. My dad's name is Richard, and his brother's name is Lloyd.
At 1:57pm on May 1, 2009, missmagikal said…
Namaste,,, new and Beautiful Friend,,, yes I do write all the songs on Guitar,,, I have been Blessed with this which is intended to help people awake gently,,, I am honoured that you like it. A Million Blessings upon you and your Family Dear one,,, (:**:) missmagikal
At 12:00pm on May 1, 2009, Bill Jurney said…
Dawn, I'll check it out. Thanks.
At 4:06am on April 30, 2009, Jeremiah Lindsay said…
Yes, I Am fairly new here and from what I see, there is a fair amount of separation between the locals and large expensive communities specifically encouraged by CR government and business to attract retirees from North America, Northern Europe to bring their money here.
I live in Heredia among the locals, even while learning Spanish as that is what calls me. I thive.

My blog on my experiences and my observations is located at
Blessed IS,
At 5:46pm on April 29, 2009, Ron Adams said…
Well Dawn, I am going on 54, so I don't know if you could be my grandmother. SMILE. My great, great, great grandfather was Joshua Allen Adams from Virginia. He was descended from a John Adams who was supposedly a cousin of the famous Presidents named Adams.

Joshua fought in the Civil War on the side of the North, against his brothers and family who stayed with the Confederacy. He married Sarah McCoy, daughter of a Minister, and they moved to Misssouri.

Ron Adams
At 3:17pm on April 29, 2009, Bill Jurney said…
Hi Dawn, I havn't heard back from Khalia about tonight. Hope to see you.
At 2:34am on April 29, 2009, Jeremiah Lindsay said…
Been here just over 3 weeks and still feel so at home with all of it. My Soul is relishing the energy of La Pura Vida
Blessed Is,


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