|Lora Carter (#47566634)|
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I have been a genealogist for 50 years, seriously since the advent of the digital camera. I love to help people advance their genealogical records with photos..|
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|Piper||Ernestine Lott Hill|
Thank you for taking photo of memorial site.
Added by Piper on Dec 01, 2016 4:29 PM
|S Berg||Harold Fielding photo at Rose City|
Lora, thank you for the great photo !
Added by S Berg on Nov 30, 2016 12:23 AM
|Jamie Allenson Wilson||RE: Evelyn Knowles|
Thank you so much!
|Steve Bumpas||Charles & Gladys Bump|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph the marker for Charles and Gladys Bump.
|David Lee||Photos of Gustave and Alice Carlson graves|
Thank you for taking photos of the graves of Gustave and Alice Carlson. It was thoughtfull of you to add more info about their grave locations and an obituary for Alice. I had not seen the obituary before. They were my great-uncle and great-aunt.
|David Peterson||RE: Ella Walker|
No problem, thank so much for trying.
|David Peterson||Ella Walker|
Thanks for trying, but it appears that this the wrong Ella Walker based the dates and middle initial.
|Gary Ayers||Thank you for the photos|
Thanks for the photos of the headstone of the Estes family.
Photos look great and add much to the memorials.
I really appreciate your efforts on my behalf.
Gary W. Ayers
|BobC||Rose City Cemetery Photos|
Appreciate the photos taken of relative's grave site (Lucker family) in Portland.
Added by BobC on Oct 23, 2016 9:14 PM
|David A. Jones||Eugene Alton Ward #51069875|
Your obituary clipping for Eugene Alton Ward was very helpful in locating his sister Daisy Gertrude (Ward) Brown. Prior to seeing that, I was trying to locate Daisy Ward to no avail. After seeing that and combining the two names "Daisy Gertrude", I was able to locate her all of the way thru the 1940 Census Records. So that was real good. It would be nice now if I could be so lucky as to locate her beyond 1940. She and her husband Robert E. Lee Brown are out there somewhere. It's strange that there aren't any death or burial records for them, or at least any that I have found yet. For the time being, I have temporarily created burial unknown memorials for them while I continue searching
Thanks again for the tombstone photos for Eugene and Irene, and the obituary clipping for Eugene.
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