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Coming Soon…

I’ve recently gotten motivated to work on WalvoordHistory.com with some new research and new topics of interest, not just for descendants of the Walvoord Family, but also of general interest to genealogy buffs.

I am currently working on the Biography Page to not only give a listing of personal Biographies but to replace the genealogical data and reports that were once there.  When I redid this site a couple of years ago, I took that aspect down because I was concerned about privacy of living relatives.  I think I’ve come up with a solution, by limiting the number of generations shown.

I’ve also updated several other pages and added a new page.  I’ll let you try to find them because I’m not finished with updating them yet.  Come back often because you never know what new items you may find.

Also “Scott’s Blog” is going to become more active as I give on updates on pages as well as some new stories including:

  • The Story of a Dress
  • My cousin Henk and my other cousin Henk and their Excellent Adventure
  • The Mystery of the “Janes”
  • Christmas With “The Phillips Girls” Part II (coming at Christmas time)
  • The Death of a Barn
  • The Walvoord Family “Coat-of-Arms”
  • Walvoord Reunion Plans

I hope you’ll keep coming to WalvoordHistory.com and please tell me you’re here by posting comments on the Comments Page or posting your thoughts on a Blog Post.

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Updated: April 12, 2012 — 6:09 AM


  1. Hi Scott.. Haven’t been on this site for quite sometime. Looking good. Needed to update you on my brother Kenny Walvoord. He died on June 2, 2010 in Winterhaven Florida hospital and had a graveside service on August 2, 2010 in upstate New York. They lived in Hilton, NY in the summer, but I don’t think that is the name of the town where the cemetery is. I miss him sooooo much. Still have a hard time believing he is gone. Also my cousin Howard Martin died in March of this year in North Dakota. I will have to look up the papers that has exact date and where and when buried. He was 91. I had seen him 3 years ago and he was doing really well. The only one left now is Shirley Beyer and I. Shirley is aout 87 or 88. You are doing a good job with this site. Keep up the good work. Hope to see you next time I go through Nashville. Love.. Sandi Walvoord Neal

    1. Hi Sandi!

      Great to hear from you! It’s been a while since we’ve corresponded. I think we were still on AOL last time we touched base. That seems like a long time ago.

      I am so sorry to hear of Kenny’s passing. My deepest condolences to you and your family. I am also sorry to hear about Martin as well. If there is any tribute you would like to post on this site for them, I would be happy to help.

      Thank you for the compliments on the website. I have really gotten back into research again after taking a long break and hope to keep the traditions and stories alive on the web. Since your post, I have just started re-reading your Walvoord/Walvoort Family News Bulletins that you sent out all those years ago. What a treasure of information you recorded. I hope to keep that same chronicle of Our Family History going here.

      We would love to see you if you come through Nashville. Let me know. Keep in touch and we should compare notes again soon.


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