|Mr. M. Jones (#48028429)|
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On a quest to explore my ancestral roots, and provide history for my family. |
This site has unlocked many doors to the past, and I'm eager to learn as much as posible. Through this effort I'm also excited to help others with their discoveries.
It is my pleasure to honor all Veterans!
I am researching the lines of: Jones, Longson, Johnson, Snyder, Gettings, Princehouse, Klingbeil, Eakin, and the Boss, Sato family names.
Pictures: I take pictures for people to enjoy and use as documentation in their research. Therefore, if you republish them, add the following: WPO Mr. M. Jones, Find A Grave contributor #48028429. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES are the pictures to be used in a "for sale" publication (or any website) without my express written permission for each item.
Links: Linking makes Find A Grave more informative and is a great genealogy tool. Please provide the link number and name.
Transfers: I will transfer memorials within the Find A Grave four-generation rule. I will be happy to add additional information or links. I will not transfer my own relatives. To comply with transfer policy, please fully explain your relationship to the individual.
A Special Thanks to Find A Grave for providing a platform for us to memorialize and honor our family, friends and neighbors that have passed and those Veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
|Messages left for Mr. M. Jones (28)||[Leave Message]|
|Sherry Ann Gary (Nicholas)||Cumah and Louis Nicholas|
Hello my grandparents were Louis Edward Nicholas and Cumah Celesta Crandall. I saw you left them a flower on their memorials. Are you descendants of them? Would love to see if we are connected somehow! :) Thanks!
|oosnyder||Clarence Ray Jones|
Dear M Jones
I am on a committee that is writing a history book for Henefer Utah. I am in desperate need of a picture of Clarence Ray Jones. I would appreciate any information you might have as to where I might obtain one.
Added by oosnyder on May 07, 2013 9:17 PM
|Finn Kin Gal||RE: Re: Velma Zook Photo|
|Edward A Mallang 3rd||RE: Fifield Photos|
Thank you Mr Jones.
Please know that Me and my wife Geneva, appreciate your assist very much.
We'll pay it forward, by doing the same for a Grave, and family, near Warner Robins.. On your behalf.
Edward A and Geneva J Mallang 3rd
Warner Robins, GA
|Royce E Hostetler||RE: Hostetler in Linn County OR|
Perhaps this Gary is a relative through maybe 6-7 generations back to Indiana. I do know that my great grandmother would visit with cousins in the Brownsville-Halsey area, but I never knew any of these Hostetler people myself.
I originate from South Clackamas county around the Hubbard-aurora-Canby area.
|Edward A Mallang 3rd||RE: Mr Jones|
Outstanding, and thank you for your assistance.
Edward A. Mallang 3rd
|Edward A Mallang 3rd||Mr Jones|
I'm pretty new to this, but was able to find and identify that my wifes parents are intered at the Gilliland Cemetery in Sweet Home, Oregon.
A subsequent call to Sweet Home Cemetery District confirmed that they were in Block 196 and 197.
I don't know where you are located, but it possibly may be Sweet Home, Oregon.
If that is correct, then I would request that the next time you visit the cemetary, please photograph the headstones and forward back to me, for inclusion in our Find a Grave Memorial.
The particulars are;
Jewel May Fifield (Anderson)
Find A Grave Memorial# 107043206
Alvin Charles Fifield
Find A Grave Memorial# 107051244
Gilliland Cemetary, Sweet Home, Oregon
We don't have anyone near Sweet Home, to ask.
Me and my wife are in Warner Robins, Georgia.
Edward A and Geneva J Mallang (Fifield)
Thanks so much for taking the time to locate and photograph the marker for Jessie. I really appreciate it!
Added by mcphail on Mar 02, 2013 7:01 AM
|Suz Lew||Eliza Fleenor Shelley|
Hello Mr. Jones,
I don't know what to do then, I can't delete the memorial because I didnt' create it. A couple of summers ago, while attempting to connect the Fleenor family members together, I inherited 50 + memorials.
What would you ?
In honor of those who have gone before.
Added by Suz Lew on Feb 15, 2013 8:30 PM
I added the information you requested.
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