Donald PARNELL was born Private. Amy J KNIBBS, daughter of Richard George KNIBBS and Joelene A GILBERT , was born Private.

Children of Donald PARNELL and Amy J KNIBBS are:
1. Megan Anne KNIBBS, b. 23 November 1975
2. Morgan Elizabeth KNIBBS, b. Private
3. Rachel Victoria WILLIAMS, b. Private See ? & Rachel Victoria WILLIAMS
4. Alexandria Dani`el WILLIAMS, b. Private

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From The Courier Journal, Palmyra, New York, May 8th, 1985:
West Wayne Brownies "Fly-up".
Third grade Brownies of Troop #469 became Junior Scouts Monday evening, April 29, during a ceremony at Freewill Elementary School Girls flying up were Tara Baker, Christine Bayley, Melte Bohonos, Cindy Buscher, Julie Denham, Tracy DonVito, Tracy Henning, Megan Knibbs, Terasa Jordan, Joanne Manuse, Melanie Stevenson, Gwen VanBenschoten, Jennifer Watson, and Heather Williams. The troop sang the Brownie Smile Song for the last time and received their Junior sashes displaying their dabbler badge, World of Arts, and the drug patch, along with Brownie B's and membership stars.
Big sisters of Troop N543 opened the evening with a flag ceremony Little sisters, Troop #1110, also participated in the Bridging Ceremony and Fly-up as first grade Brownies of Troop #137 looked on. Following a easing by all sister scouts, refreshments were served.
As service projects, Junior Troop #1126 helped with the Eagle dinner on April 18 and served punch and cookies at the library reception held on Apnl 20
Saturday, Apnl 27. Cadette/Senior Troop #419, participated in the health fair at Myers Hospital Approximately 1000 children, infant to 12, visited the fair and took part in presentations by the Cancer Society, the Red Cross and RG&E. Children could have their blood pressure taken, finger prints preserved, or lung volume measured. The troop served as hospitality group, distributing in. formational flyers, greeting incoming children, helping with door prizes.


From the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, 17 June 2004:
Megan Knibbs
June 14, 2004. Megan is survived by her mother, Amy (Donald) Parnell; maternal grandmother, Joelene Gilbert; paternal grandparents, Richard (Donna) Knibbs; brothers and sisters, Morgan Knibbs, Marshall Knibbs, Rachel Williams, and Alexandria Williams; neices and nephews; also survived by the O'Meal Family. Family and friends are invited to call Friday 4-8 PM at New Comer Family Funeral Home, 6 Empire Blvd. On Saturday 11:30 AM, please meet Megan's family at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (460 Kreag Rd., Pittsford) for her Funeral Service. Interment, Mendon Cemetery.


Our gratitude goes to the members and volunteers at Find A Grave web site for recording the details, in memory of Megan.

Sources for Megan Anne KNIBBS:

  1. Personal Contact with Amy Knibbs Parnell,

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