|Matt Wickham||RE: Bird's at Park Hill|
It was a nice day to do it and you are welcome.
Added by Matt Wickham on Aug 11, 2014 6:32 AM
|Kent Benn||Samuel Gentile|
Samuel and Gerry Gentile are interred in Block 3, Lot 21/22 of the cemetery. The headstone is darkened quite a bit and was hard to read in the light of the day the photo was taken. The City of Cosmopolis has a record of their daughter, Richeelyn Mae, being buried in the cemetery but graves in that section were not found.
Added by Kent Benn on Jun 06, 2014 12:22 PM
|Jhere McKenzie||RE: Huggins|
You are so welcome....freaky picture, but cool! Jhere
Added by Jhere McKenzie on Jun 01, 2014 10:07 PM
|Joanne Morehouse||RE: Frieda Klann|
Christoph, I noticed there were two Frieda Klanns at that cemetery, dated 1903-1926 and 1903-1962. At first I thought there was a typo until I realized there really were two Friedas. I created a memorial for the other one and added a photo for it, too. Joanne
Added by Joanne Morehouse on May 01, 2014 9:25 AM
|Jacklyn Flett Bricker||Previous Msg|
I forgot to mention that Dottie's last name is incorrect on her tombstone photo, not on the list for the Flett cemetery.
Added by Jacklyn Flett Bricker on Apr 27, 2014 8:52 PM
|Jacklyn Flett Bricker||Flett Cemetery|
Please correct spelling for Dottie. Her last name is Flett, not Fleet.
Appreciate your help
Added by Jacklyn Flett Bricker on Apr 27, 2014 8:48 PM
|Ghost Town Gal||Letitia Bird McKay|
I've removed the incorrect information. My apologies.
Added by Ghost Town Gal on Apr 19, 2014 11:30 PM
|Stone Branches||Tracy Bird|
I have transferred Tracy and his spouse to your care.
Added by Stone Branches on Mar 07, 2014 3:50 PM
|Barbzweig||Fleming @ Sifton (4th Plain cemetery)|
The marker reads: N.A. Fleming Born Dec 2 1881
Died Jan 2 1889
Added by Barbzweig on Mar 04, 2014 3:49 PM
|Anita Davidson||Re WILLLIAM KOLB|
Got it re cremation and possibly no marker. But if you are willing, I suggest you contact Greenwood Hills Cemetery Assoc. They are volunteers so will respond to family inquiries, but discourage volunteer inquiries. Their email: email@example.com Good luck!
Added by Anita Davidson on Feb 23, 2014 2:21 PM
|Anita Davidson||Need More on William Kolb|
Trying to fulfill your request for KOLB (1859-1930) at Greenwood Hills Cemetery. The name WILLIAM KOLB (or variations KALB, KOLE, etc) do not exist in the printed index available to the public. GHills Cemetery Assoc requests that the family contact for further info on Section, Lot, etc. Volunteers cannot do so. Here's the link: http://www.greenwoodhillscemetery.org/Newsletters_2.html
Contact me with additional info if you get any!
Added by Anita Davidson on Feb 23, 2014 9:22 AM
|Kelly Burton||Henry & Ethel Beach Photo Request|
I volunteered to fulfill your photo request at the Fir Law Cemetery in Washington County, Oregon. I was denied the access to take pictures of the headstones in the cemetery by the Staff. The reason, I didn't have permission from the family, or was not a family member. So, in order to take a photo of the headstone for you. I must have a written request, printed, that I can submit to Cemetery Staff. If you will write a brief note, explaining your relationship to the deceased, and permission to photograph the headstone, I would be happy to fulfill your request.
Normally I would just wonder the cemetery, and take pictures without approaching the staff, but there are 4000 interments, so I unfortunately need their help in locating your specific headstone.
As soon as I get your message, I will go and take photos.
Thanks for YOUR help.
Added by Kelly Burton on Feb 04, 2014 1:17 PM
|Susan Kiley||RE: John Garnold / Lone Fir|
Apparently you didn't read the caption that I included with the photograph. There is no marker for John Garnold, but his grave is located exactly halfway between the markers in the photo that I posted. I thought that you might like to have that bit of documentation. If you don't want it, I'll remove both the photo and its caption.
FindAGrave directs photo volunteers to do nothing to a burial site beyond brushing away loose grave or leaves, so I cannot fulfill your request to dig at the site in hopes of finding a buried marker. Most of the graves in this part of the cemetery are unmarked.
Added by Susan Kiley on Jan 05, 2014 12:19 AM
|Jan||Hoffmans in Coos County|
Yes, I am related. I don't know who inherited Nellie Hoffman's research papers. Nellie outlived both of her husbands and all three of her children. When she passed away in a care facility, she had already disposed of most of her personal property and kept only what she thought she'd need in her room. She was close to a couple of her nieces, so that would be my best guess. Nellie was related to just about every other person in Coos County, either by blood or marriage. Nellie's health was pretty good and her mind was intact right up until the day she died. Nellie viewed the care facility as her home, where she held court. She was well-loved.
Added by Jan on Dec 21, 2013 10:56 PM
|J Edwards||Effie Dorland transferred|
Am happy to transfer her to you. It was originally done by someone who made many errors on memorials in this cemetery. I have not been able to delete incorrect photos, but perhaps you will have more skill! Jean
Added by J Edwards on Dec 12, 2013 10:46 AM
|Garnet Quigley||Laura May Bird Find A Grave Memorial# 92212533|
Thank you so much for your efforts making these available. Laura May Bird was the daughter of Charles (Charlie) George Bird and Maria Robertson, my gr-gr aunt. She was born 29 May 1899 and passed away 05 Jan 1903.
Added by Garnet Quigley on Oct 20, 2013 8:27 PM
Happy to link the Stices' as requested. I have 4 relatives at Lone Fir and 5 at Multnomah Park, including one direct ancestor and her sister and nephew. Didn't see a way to email you directly about those individuals. You can see my database online (those that are deceased) at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~sproed/
Added by Denise Sproed on Oct 12, 2013 7:25 AM
|Gail Wilson||RE: Doran Hougham burial site|
Christoph, I just found a memorial for Mr Houghan and it is showing Masonic Memorial Park. I imagine these 2 sites need to be merged. Do you know how to do this? If not I can find help to get it done.
Added by Gail Wilson on Oct 10, 2013 1:32 PM
Christoph, I have added a photo of the Masonic Memorial Park to the site. The Odd Fellows photo is still on the site. Would you please let the family know I have added info or description to the photo's? Thank you, Gail
Added by Gail Wilson on Oct 10, 2013 1:20 PM
|Gail Wilson||Doran Hougham burial site|
Christoph, I just photo'd the Hougham headstone. It is not located in the Odd Fellows cemetery. It is actually located in the Masonic Memorial Park. This area has 3 cemetery's that share the same location. There are no fences separating the parks.This has occurred at the three parks quite often. Can you please share this with the family and I will see if I can add a photo of the Masonic sign to the site.
Thank you, Gail
Added by Gail Wilson on Oct 10, 2013 1:07 PM
|Ellie Sparks||Bolin Baker Cemetery|
I wish I could help, but I live in KS. We spent a week in Linn Co. taking photos of graves throughout the county - mostly Baker & McCollum. The gentlehman who lives there now took us out to the cemetery otherwise we would never have found it. The grass is 4 or 5 ft high and the graves are in some trees. We only found a few stones which we photographed. His name was Steve, but I don't know his last name. He was wonderful to us, as was his wife Catherine. She told me she was born in the house there. Steve's mother lives near by. I think the only time one could locate all the stones would be early spring. I'm so sorry I can't be of more help. Bolin Baker was my 1st cousin 4X removed. We also met Darwin Bunch who was related to Elizabeth Bunch Baker. He an his wife also helped us a lot & took us to the G W Baker Cemetery, which we would never have found either. It was in even worse condition and the stones we found were piled up under a thorn tree. I haven't gotten those pics entered yet.
Thank you for contacting me & if you ever find your info on the cemetery I would love to have a copy.
Added by Ellie Sparks on Oct 04, 2013 4:53 PM
|G. Lester||Roderick Byrd|
Roderick Byrd was a great granduncle and his father, Philip Bird, my 2nd great grandfather.
You have my e-mail address; contact me off list and we can "talk."
Added by G. Lester on Sep 17, 2013 7:33 PM
|Chad Eugene Schneider||RE: New Tacoma|
The Old Tacoma Cemetery was founded in 1874 and is in Taocma and The New Tacoma Cemetery was later and is in University Place, WA. Both cemeteries are owned by the same company. But, Old Tacoma is New Tacoma's parent, basically.
It's a good thing that I'm a sleuth.....most voluneers would have stopped at 'she's not here'
Added by Chad Eugene Schneider on Aug 28, 2013 10:50 PM
Christoph: I found, while at Portland Memorial yesterday other Bloomfields:
Gladys and Oscar; Robert D and with Robert was Myrtle L listed with birth but no death (assume she may still be alive?) I have the locations and photos if you want them added to a memorial.
Carolyn Hoober Arntson
Added by Carolyn Arntson on Jul 20, 2013 7:20 AM
|Heather Devaney||RE: Maurice Lowman|
We went & checked both St. Anne's & Setter Cemeteries. Could not find any stones for Lowman. There are a couple of other cemeteries I can check for you that are to the east of Poplar Point. May take me a few weeks to get there for you though. Will stop at them when I get a chance.
It could very well be that Poplar Point Cemetery is correct & that the marker was lost in the fire.
Added by Heather Devaney on Jul 08, 2013 6:40 PM