|Alice Morton (#46498986)|
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I have been doing genealogy for over 30 years and find this site perfect for bringing my folks together. |
I live with my two cats Olivia and Guy in
Thank you for leaving tokens for my memorials. I appreciate it so very much.
Family names I am researching: Berg, Bourne, Carrier, Dompsey, Eggleston, Graves, Jones, King, Minter, Moe, Morton, Roberts, Stultz, Tichenor, Taliaferro, Verplank, Votour, Ziglar, Zimmerman.
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Hello, Cousin Alice: When I went to leave Angel Day tokens for my Aunt Indie Stultz Gutman and grandfather Timothy Lee Stultz, I discovered that their memorials had been deleted from Find A Grave! I found out that it was because the member who had originally set up their sites, Stars & Bars, had been banned from Find A Grave for malicious behavior and all of her memorials and photos had been deleted. Fortunately those family members were restored to me, but the photos that accompanied them (plus my Aunt Indie's bio), were permanently deleted. What a dreadful situation! I guess I'll travel to Virginia and take photos of my Stultz and Baker relatives' graves, which could be a pleasant journey. Sending you warm regards, Janice aka Tigress
Added by Tigress on Mar 30, 2015 4:56 PM
|Archie McIntyre||Vernon John Duwell 1922-2005|
His Wife's maiden name was Mary Lou Robertson Born
1921 in Montana died in 2006 Oregon
Archie McIntyre, Glasgow, Scotland.
I WANT TO APOLOGISE FOR THE DELAY IN SENDING THIS MESSAGE BUT I TOOK SOME TIME OFF AND WENT ON HOLIDAY TO SPAIN FOR A FEW WEEKS,
I WANT TO THANK YOU FOR VISITING WITH MY SISTER MARS AND THE BEAUTIFUL TOKEN YOU SO KINDLY LEFT HER, YOUR VISIT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED,
BEST WISHES FROM IRELAND
Added by Reilly on Mar 20, 2015 4:23 PM
|J Smith||Baby Boy Good|
Will you please transfer 79868760 Baby Boy Good to me? He was my mothers first cousin. I'd gladly take all the Goods that you maintain in the same cemetery as well. They are all relations to my Great Aunt Era and Uncle Glen Good. Thanks so much!
Added by J Smith on Mar 20, 2015 3:50 PM
|Drew McKerlie||Found Madge|
Just heard back from the cemetery this morning and she is buried beside John. She's going to check if there is a headstone and send me a photo.
|Drew McKerlie||RE: Hello Again|
can you grab the ID # off the bottom of the memorial for me? John is actually a very common name including our first ancestor who came over from Scotland about 1774.
Yes, and not far from Eugene. If you would send me an email I will then give you my phone number and we can arrange a meeting. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Patricia on Mar 04, 2015 11:36 AM
|Patricia||RE: Hi Patricia|
I know where the cemetery is.We have not been successful finding his grave. We need to be there sometime when there is someone who can look it up and tell us where it is. I also have an Uncle who died as an infant at this same cemetery. I would like to find his grave as well. His last name is Bench and he died in 1927. I have a map of the cemetery, but need directions to these grave sites. Thanks for all you help.
Added by Patricia on Mar 04, 2015 11:31 AM
Thank you for creating the memorial for my father-in-law. This connection had great meaning for my husband as Henry died when my husband was a small boy. Along with creating memorials for family members if needed I would like to take care of my father-in-laws memorial now. I hope that you are ok with this request. My account number is #48397057. Henry Cook is # 106948144
Added by Patricia on Mar 03, 2015 1:20 PM
|lavender||RE: Good Morning|
Hi, Alice. I looked for obit, but couldn't find it. Seems like there was an article in the Brownsville Times (Brownsville, OR) that stated that Dora Walker was going or had attended the funeral.
Added by lavender on Feb 03, 2015 4:04 PM
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