|Martin Burrell||James Stephenson Gray|
Greetings, I thought you would connect him to his parents.
Please check your material on Early Oregon's. It lists the wrong spelling for her maiden name. Please, add their date of marriage. I have been holding onto this record for a couple of years forgetting to ask for corrections.
There are other postings on your site for James Gray, you will see that his name appears several times. Will you be able to post the location of their interment? It would appear that he was a Capt. in the Oregon Calvary as that is on his marker..
Margaret Jane Scovell and James Stephenson Gray -- their marriage license is dated 10 April 1867 and they were married at the Scovell home in Linn County, with her parents and family as witnesses. The new couple continued living in Linn County until sometime after 1880, when they all moved to Tillamook County and their remains are found in the Scovell Family Cemetery at Nehalem, Tillamook County, Oregon. Her husband and parents are all interred there.
I hope this information is an encouragement to your people that try so hard to give out the correct information. They do a great job and I am so thankful to each of them.
Sincerely, Martin Burrell
P.S. James S Gray's has two of his parents interred in Union Point Cemetery, Brownsville, Linn, Oregon.His birth mother is interred in Hopewell Cemetery, Morning Sun, Prebe Co., Ohio.
Father: John Gray: Find A Grave# 138043739
1st wife: Nancy Brown Hamilton Gray (1802-1848): Find A Grave# 14766768
2nd wife: Isabella Rook Gray (1815 - 1878): Find A Grave# 91946171
Name Scoville, M J & Gray, James S
Record Type Marriage
Added by Martin Burrell on Nov 24, 2014 11:58 AM
|Martin Burrell||Margaret J. Gray & James S Gray|
Greetings, from Martin Burrell. [Their memorials are both under your custodianship].
Please, post this marriage information found
at the Oregon State Archives, Salem. The return
date is important to finding the record.
Margaret J. Scoville was married to James
S. Gray at the home of her parents, in Linn
County, on 18 April 1867. The witnesses were
her parents and family. The marriage license
was dated 10 April 1867 and returned to Linn
County, on 12 May 1867.
Added by Martin Burrell on Nov 24, 2014 10:25 AM
|Nancy (Zeise) Cloutier||RE: Switch Spouses Please|
Ethel C. Wilder & first husband Clarence E. Ferrington #107522843 were married 1914. Ethel C. Wilder Ferrington & second husband Hans Therkelsen #94377813 were married 1920.
Added by Nancy (Zeise) Cloutier on Nov 20, 2014 12:10 PM
|Nancy (Zeise) Cloutier||Switch Spouses Please|
Please switch husbands for Ethel C. Wilder Therkelsen #76998789 - First husband should be Clarence Ernest Ferrington #107522843, married 1914 - Second husband should be Hans Therkelsen #94377813. I did use the Edit button, but haven't seen the change yet, must take sometime. Can you fix this please ? My #47605741
Added by Nancy (Zeise) Cloutier on Nov 20, 2014 8:19 AM
|A Family Who Loves Genealogy||Hugs of appreciation sent your way!|
I absolutely do love the new system! Many times memorials are not active any longer and with this new feature, we are able to make those links!
Added by A Family Who Loves Geneal... on Nov 14, 2014 1:40 PM
Thank you so much,that was fast !
Added by SDT on Nov 02, 2014 4:47 PM
|Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey||My deepest apologies...I found the newtons at Oak Grove today and am adding their photos...|
I suck at maps:)
Added by Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey on Oct 09, 2014 1:03 PM
Thank you for the photo. Are you related to the Phillips family?
Added by SilverRose on Sep 14, 2014 4:44 PM
|Forever Family||Mary Anna Abplanalp|
Parent's are: John B. Abplanalp,1833-1918 Mother: Anna Endorf-birth 1845- ?
Husband Ernest J. Glenger 1871-1955
Added by Forever Family on Aug 19, 2014 1:21 PM
|Patty C||Simmons & Peterson|
Thank you for taking and posting all their gravestone photos. It is much appreciated.
Added by Patty C on Aug 16, 2014 8:42 AM
|Ross, NM||Muchas Gracias|
Thanks for surveying and creating the memorials for Mt Pleasant Cemetery in Union Cty, OR.
The memorials YOU created have been a treasure chest in my search for family.
Please keep up the good work.
Added by Ross, NM on Aug 07, 2014 6:26 PM
|Bill Daugherty||Updegraff Photos|
Thanks for the Updegraff photos.
Added by Bill Daugherty on Jul 21, 2014 5:00 PM
|SLGMSD||RE: Peter Wesley Shunk|
The scenario you present is highly likely. It happened to another memorial page of mine where the father died in 2011, but had a daughter who died in 1966. Cemetery records indicated she was buried with her father, but there was a memorial page for her in another state, which was the place of her death. So, there were two memorial pages for her and the contributor who contacted me was not as nice as you and told me the cemetery records had to be wrong and I was spreading misinformation. A photo request provided the evidence that there was a stone for her next to that of her father.
Added by SLGMSD on Jul 21, 2014 1:42 PM
|SLGMSD||Peter Wesley Shunk|
Find A Grave Memorial# 133025823
Thanks for your message regarding his burial in Missouri in 1929. As you may already know it is not unusual to remove remains and reinter them at a different location at a later date. Per the National Cemetery Administration this individual is buried in the Post Cemetery at the United States Military Academy.
Added by SLGMSD on Jul 21, 2014 1:15 PM
|Tom Harbin||Harbin Memorials|
Hello Dr. John,
I'd like to request from you the transfer of the memorials for:
Dorothy G Harbin # 76998577
Alfred Levi "Tim" Harbin # 76998576
They are my Aunt and Uncle. I would be very happy to manage them.
Thank you in advance.
Find A Grave # 48303131
Added by Tom Harbin on Jul 15, 2014 5:21 PM
|Ann Parkinson||James Starkweather|
I found your memorial and am curious if you are related? I'm searching for my 3rd Great Grandfather, Shubal Starkweather who was born in 1779 in New London, CT according to his US Army enlistment info. I'm not finding much online and am curious if I can find a descendant. Thank you for your assistance!
Added by Ann Parkinson on Jul 12, 2014 8:39 PM
|Pat Shaw||Ethel Ritchie Bean|
Alice, are you able to call the cem. there (I see all the work you do!) Could would or can you call them for yourself to make sure she is not there? Also thinking only other way is to find the funeral home and contact for burial.....
Added by Pat Shaw on Jul 03, 2014 10:03 AM
|Pat Shaw||Ethel Ritchie Bean|
Da....gee Alice, was in the back of my mind, kept thinking I knew who make the memorial... but did not recognize the owl nic. I kept thinking if you knew me would be a response :) so when you just said a friend told you and nothing more, I didn't think it was you.
Sorry, please ignore and delete my messages below, was good to hear from you, you are the only one that helped me, so double sorry, pls forgive my impatience.
Added by Pat Shaw on Jul 03, 2014 10:01 AM
|Pat Shaw||Ethel Caroline Ritchie Bean|
Created by: Owlisnapp
Record added: Mar 16, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 106781837
This is my grandmother's sister and when I found her memorial (a long time ago) I requested a photo of her headstone. I live in Kansas City Mo. and will never be able to travel to see it.
I received this response in regard to the request.
The general problem they reported is:
Cemetery office has no record of this person
They also reported, specifically:
The Grand Army of the Republic cemetery office, in Snohomish, WA, informed me
that there is no record available.
Due to this problem, we believe that this photo request can not be fulfilled. As
a result, we are removing it.
I read your profile Owlisnapp... how did you post a memorial for her here? And where is she, why is there no cem.record for her? How did you make a memorial for her? I have a copy of the Death Index and only says who her parents are etc. does not say where she is buried.
Pat Abbott Shaw
Added by Pat Shaw on Jul 01, 2014 1:52 AM
|Kelly Howell||Dr James Dallas "Jay" Stephens|
Would you like to manage your cousin's memorial?
If so let us know.
Added by Kelly Howell on Jun 05, 2014 5:42 PM
|Jack Davison||RE: lillian v. taylor|
OK, thanks, I am just clutching at straws. He must have been locally famous to have had the airport named for him, even though it has not lasted, so I should try the papers and local government.
Added by Jack Davison on May 07, 2014 2:15 PM
|Jack Davison||lillian v. taylor|
I am trying to locate Moulton B. Taylor, the aero engineer who invented the Aerocar. he has no memorial so I trying to find him through his wife, Lillian Vermeil Taylor. In 1955 they lived in Longview, Cowlitz County WA, where the Kelso-Longview Airport is named Molt Taylor field. Have you any helpful info regarding this Lillisn V Taylor?
Added by Jack Davison on May 07, 2014 1:01 PM
|Eva Hopkins||Lillian Rhodes Malin Knapp Yantiss|
I have added Lillie Knapp today.
Added by Eva Hopkins on Apr 03, 2014 9:16 PM
|Marty & Harley||Duer|
I have made the connections for Mary Hicks Duer also…check it out…also look at the obituaries on the Adams County Web site for Gilbert Hicks Jr and his wife's obituaries.
Added by Marty & Harley on Apr 03, 2014 2:17 PM
|Keith Erickson||Pearl and Ruby Patterson|
I have completed your requests to Pearl and Ruby's memorials. Please check them over and let me know if there are any corrections or changes that still need to be done or if I had missed something. Keith
Added by Keith Erickson on Apr 01, 2014 12:07 PM