BERRIER FAMILY HERITAGE
In Memory of My Mother,


















FLORA  ANNE (MC KINNON) BERRIER
Born January 15, 1925 - Passed into Eternal Peace- Monday, June 2, 2003
Cremated remains placed with my father, Frank J. Berrier, Sr. at the Houston - National Veteran's Cemetery

REMEMBER ME
To the living,
I am gone.
To the sorrowful,
I will never return.
To the angry,
I was cheated.
But to the happy,
I am at peace.
And to the faithful,
I cannot speak,
But I can listen.
I cannot be seen,
But I can be heard.
So as you stand upon a shore,
Gazing at a beautiful sea -
Remember Me.
Remember me in your heart,
Your thoughts,
And your memories.
Of the times we loved,
The times we cried,
The times we fought,
The times we laughed.
For it you always think of me,
I will have never gone.

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In the near future I want to give all of you an update of my trip this summer to Blain, Perry County, Pennsylvania.  I will also be adding a number of photos.  Be looking for this new addition in the coming months.


BERRIER FAMILY NEWS
TRIP TO PERRY COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA

Last summer I had the good fortune to visit Perry County and see for myself the log cabin that my 4th Great Grandfather built, pictured on the Home Page.  What a good feeling to see and touch this cabin which was home for our ancesters so long ago.  Being there somehow transported me back in time, as if I could see, feel and talk to them.  Wow, what stories I am sure they would tell.

I took over a hundred photos, but they have been misplaced so there are no pictures to share at this time. It  seems I am going on a hunt for them.