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I will consider transferring memorials outside the F.A.G. guidelines under some circumstances, but I reserve the right to decline those transfer requests. As far as relatives go, you would have to be closer related than I am and the connection must be clear to me.|
Of course, I am always happy to make additions and/or corrections to the memorials I manage.
If a photo does not seem readable, click on it and it will enlarge and be easier to read.
I do not copy and paste obituaries from newspapers or funeral home websites word-for-word. I rearrange and reword the obituaries as much as possible and leave out "survived by" as well as the names of other living persons.
Please don't add scanned copies of obituaries, etc. I will have them removed. Feel free to send the obit to me and I will add the pertinent information. If it is a very old obit, I will add it in its entirety.
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|reinhas||Owen Hall # 103749231|
Please transfer this memorial to me. Owen is my father. Are you related to me or to my Swedish side buried at Lewis Lake Cemetery? Charlie and Anna Ostrom are my great grandparents (They settled in this area).
I hope to hear from you soon!
Added by reinhas on Mar 23, 2015 6:14 AM
|kevin||Eugene E. Rehaume,(140742431)|
I wonder if you could transfer Eugene E. Rehaume,(140742431). He was my Wife's Great Grandfather. I'm Kevin,(#48597387) the one that made changes to the site. The Rehaume or Rheaume,(Spelling before Eugene E.), Family gave me extensive info on their family tree. Thank you for all your work in Find a Grave. It's very much appreciated.
Added by kevin on Feb 23, 2015 6:00 PM
|NWpioneer||RE: Rev. Kilsdonk|
For you records, the obit came from: The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, WA, March 8, 1945, page 5
A link to that edition:
|Art Williams||re: Dorothy Philo Williams|
My mother, grandfather (John) and grandmother (Pearl) plus my Aunt Irene (Ellen), Uncle (Ed Erickson) are buried in Ronneby Cemetary.
|Wiggie the Elder||Macie Thompson/Macie Wager|
Macie Thompson/Macie Wager
Wanda: I take these two markers to be for one woman. The Macie Thompson marker was adjacent to that for Albert & Julia Wager. I'm assuming Macie married and Thompson is/was her married name. Why her name is on the Wager monument with her parents' is quite confusing.
Also clouding the issue... I see no indication of a husband being buried nearby.
Who said genealogy was going to be easy?
|Wiggie the Elder||RE: Alfred Anderson|
Thank you so much for catching my error in posting the photo of the Alfred W Anderson on to the Alfred E Anderson page. And I appreciate the kind words about the pictures.
Please let me know if you spot any other errors.
|Judy||Jeannie Swift memorial|
Thank you for the information on Zion Lutheran Cemetery (AKA Amor). I appreciate your help. I am some-what familiar with the area, but not nearly as familiar as you! THANK YOU. I have changed the place of burial for Jeannie & re-requested a photo of her headstone. Sincerely, Judy
Added by Judy on Jan 07, 2015 9:53 AM
|Peter Joseph ("PJ") Braun||RE: Rhodes|
Wanda, all I can say is keep of the good work... as of yesterday afternoon, your documentation of Eulalia & her husband helped another "graver" & I fill in a couple of twigs on our family trees. Although the Eulalia's maiden name was the same as mine, we're not related... her son, Norbert married the sister of a distant cousin. The search goes on!
Namasté, “PJ” Braun, ETCM/USN-retired (#46869838)
|Little Fir||Svihel Up-Dates|
Thank you for adding the information and creating these memorials.
Thank you Wanda for the speedy transfer of Gregory Petersen.
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