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Randy Fletcher (#46798805)
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Janice McAlpine
1st Oregon Infantry
Henry C. McAllister (Memorial# 18770421) was the brother-in-law of Pvt George W. Manley (Memorial# 13812990)

Janice

Added by Janice McAlpine on Jan 26, 2013 7:57 AM

Janice McAlpine
Oregon 1st Infantry
Here is another man for your list: Henry C. (Clay) McAllister, Find A Grave Memorial# 18770421,

Henry Clay McCallister/McAllister was born Dec 1844 in Illinois, and died aft. the 1930 census in San Joaquin Co., California. He arrived in Oregon in 1853 with his parents William McCallister and Susanna Craft.

He served in Company F of the 1st Infantry.

Janice

Added by Janice McAlpine on Jan 26, 2013 7:49 AM

Eellitta
Levi Coumbus Pridmore -98643332
Thank you so much for helping to honor Levi Pridmore, for his service during the Civil War, by placing a marker on his grave. You offer a wonderful service, and I want you to know that I deeply appreciate your efforts.

Best regards,
Eellitta

Added by Eellitta on Jan 17, 2013 1:14 PM

Matt and Sarah Lirley McCune
Mary Shank
Randy,

Thanks for updating Mary's memorial.

Sincerely,
Matt McCune

Added by Matt and Sarah Lirley McC... on Jan 14, 2013 3:21 PM

Randall Reynolds
Wallace B McNeel
Randy:

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the transfer of the above to family management. You are an honorable man for posting so many civil war veterans and I know they and the families deeply appreciate it. Bless you and your loved ones on this Thanksgiving Day!

Added by Randall Reynolds on Nov 22, 2012 10:55 AM

Pam
Missing burials at Oceaview Cemetery
Randy

Several burials are missing for this cemetery. Can you please check on them?

Dagmar Mcintyre
Clyde Mcintyre
Susan Bush
Sharon Mcintyre
John Kauppi
Edeline Kauppi
Mary Ethel Mcintyre
and any other Mcintyre surname.

Thanks

Pam Sanchez

Added by Pam on Oct 27, 2012 11:44 AM

Suzanna ღ Ashworth
McConkey's
Thanks for being so prompt! It's much appreciated!

Added by Suzanna ღ Ashworth on Jul 22, 2012 12:08 PM

Cynthia Moore Pomeroy
Edward E Brodie
First ... After reading about all you've done and are still doing, I want to say "HOORAY" ... You & Brodie hail as # 1 in my book ... I have connected him to his parents as you requested ... HaPpy HaUnTiNg ...

Added by Cynthia Moore Pomeroy on May 12, 2012 4:10 PM

William Watt
RE: Judge James Waymire
Randy,
I actually posted four pictures on three memorials. Hope you saw all of them.

Bill

Added by William Watt on May 11, 2012 9:27 PM

Steve Baldwin
Moses D. Baldwin
Randy,
Thank you for all the work you've done for Oregon. My sister still lives in Bend and I'm a graduate of Oregon Tech in Klamath Falls. Moses Baldwin is the brother of my great grandfather and I would like to link him to the rest of our family if you wouldn't mind transferring to me. Thank you again for everything you've done for Oregon.

Added by Steve Baldwin on Feb 16, 2012 4:45 AM

jessicado
RE: Benj. J. Hawthorne
Hi Randy--I actually got the nice photo out of a book put out by the Cemetery that I bought. I just looked online and the book is available there as well though:

http://www.eugenemasoniccemetery.org/Masons.pdf

If you scroll down a page, his photo is there. I also found an obituary for him, however his memorial has too many photos to add it. Would you like me to send it to you directly? :)Jessica

Added by jessicado on Jun 10, 2011 11:00 PM

William LaFollette Jr
Memorial # 42313601
Hey Randy,
If you don`t mind can you transfer 42313601 to me... He is my Cousin, Thanks a bunch, Buster

Added by William LaFollette Jr on May 24, 2011 1:38 PM

Diana Enos Hammock
Bamford grave photos
May I have permission to use your Bamford photos on my ancestry page for John and Rebecca Bamford. I would be happy to give you credit for them.
Diana

Added by Diana Enos Hammock on Feb 15, 2011 2:55 PM

jessicado
Alfred McDonald
Hi Randy, not sure if you are interested, but I added a nice long obit I found in the Roseburg paper for your great grandfather. When I saw you were related, I figured I would let you know just in case you didn't already have a copy. :)Jessica

Added by jessicado on Nov 23, 2010 12:23 AM

JEP
Cornelius W. Burright
Hi Randy we spoke long time ago about Cornelius and how I started the proceedings with the funeral home to get him a new headstone as I am his great granddaughter and have been taking care of him and my great grandmother next to him. Would you transfer my great grandfather, Cornelius Burright #19926236 to me sure would appreciate it then I can properly connect him with his family. Thanks, jep #46914578

Added by JEP on Nov 17, 2010 12:19 PM

Git 'Er Dug
Transfers??
Randy, you and your son look terrific! Thank you so much for the historical preservation work you are doing. It means an awful lot to me as an amateur Civil War historian, and as the descendant of some of these folks. Would you be OK with transferring Alfred & Sarah Drury to me? Their #: 15860939 and 39349128. Thanx again, and--drive on!:)
Michelle

Added by Git 'Er Dug on Oct 12, 2010 12:37 AM

flgrl
Joseph Holman
Salem Pioneer Cemetery
Memorial# 16733210
****************

Could you add the information below to the memorial. GREATLY APPRECIATE all the hard work you do...God bless.
**************************************

Born August 20, 1815 in Devonshire, England and died at his home near Salem, Oregon on June 25, 1880.

Joseph was 24 when he joined the "Peoria Party"

Arrived at Fort Vancouver on June 1, 1840, thirteen months after leaving Peoria with his closest friend AMOS COOK; also Frances Fletcher, & Ralph Kilbourne who were his constant companions on the journey with the "OREGON DRAGOONS" as the Peoria Party named themselves.

He was a cooper by trade and made saddles and gunstocks while wintering at Brown's Hole, which he traded for a horse and supplies.

Added by flgrl on Sep 03, 2010 10:20 AM

nancy murray
Find A Grave
Randy would you mind if I used your pictures of the gravesite of Nathaniel B. Williams in my history of the 6th Tennessee. I have written up the life story of quite a few of them and am working on N. B. now. Thanks

Added by nancy murray on Apr 04, 2010 6:10 PM

Sherlocks Niece
Burright's
Is an Honor to serve! You are doing great work.

Added by Sherlocks Niece on Jan 18, 2010 10:10 AM

Shay
Transfer or Add family links
Randy -

Thank you for all your work on the Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery.

My 3rd Great-GrandUncle and his wife are buried there.
Pvt. Green J. Ross - Memorial #30555760
Mary Ross - Memorial #30555818

Would you mind transfering them to me? Or if you prefer, would you add the following as Green Ross parents and link him and Mary as spouses.
Father - Memorial# 41719838 James Ross
Mother - Memorial# 41719872 Susannah Barhart Ross

Thank you again for your time.

Shay

Added by Shay on Oct 10, 2009 9:30 PM

Addie
RE: James Ligenfelter
You're very welcome. There are three other sides to this stone with the following:
Jonathan Sizer d 1838 and his wife Sybil d. 1869.
John Lingenfelter born 18 Mar 1813, no death date, Martha J. his wife born 18 Apr 1818, no death date.
Henry A. Lingenfelter, born 28 May 184?, died 23 July 1845.
Roxa A. Lingenfelter, born 20 Mar 1847, died ? Jan 1848.

Do you know the connection to your civil war soldier? Do you want to add them to findagrave.com and then do a request and I'll add the photos?

Added by Addie on Aug 19, 2009 4:33 AM

Tammy Wild
Civil War Veterans @ Hayesville Cem., Salem OR
Thanks for your post for John W. JACKSON who served with the 5th U.S. Colored Troups. One of the 7 Civil War veterans buried in our cemetery.

Added by Tammy Wild on Mar 29, 2009 6:58 PM

Linda Barton
Joseph Miller Barton
Thank you Randy for updating the records and adding the flowers to our great grandfather's grave, Joseph Miller Barton (1838-1897). Thank you for the great service you are doing for all the veterans of the Civil War and their descendants.
Linda Barton

Added by Linda Barton on Nov 08, 2008 11:16 AM

Deana Samuel-Scott
GAR, and more
Dear Randy,
You had left respects for one of my ancestors and after reading your bio, I wanted to write to you. Charles F. Eggimann and Myrtle I. Eggimann are my family. Charles not only fought in the Sp./Am. War, he was mayor of Springfield. Myrtle held so many offices in the GAR that I cannot even begin to list them all. I have the most wonderful scrap book with actual news clippings all about her life in the Oregon GAR. I would love to share them with you. I have ribbons, medals and so much info.
Respectfully,
Deana Scott

Added by Deana Samuel-Scott on Sep 17, 2008 1:52 PM

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