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|Dedicated wife, mother and grandmother. Over 30 years of ongoing genealogy research for my family and I won't stop until it's done. |
I am so grateful for organizations like Find A Grave that allows us to pull together our family knowledge and memorabilia then freely share it to the benefit of all.
If you notice any discrepancies in the memorials I manage, please use the Find A Grave "Edit" tab to advise me of the change needed.
Thank you and I wish you well.
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|Rick Lambert||RE: Locating Nobles Cemetery in Benton County|
Hi Rose - The lady that showed me the location is Clara Nell Morisette. She is elderly and doesn't have e-mail or a computer but she can be contacted by calling 731-584-4608. She can tell you exactly where it is. If I'm not mistaken she (or her family) had the stone erected and changed the name in 2004. Hope this helps. Rick
saw you post on Jessie McIntyre's page and wondered if you knew anything about her husband Charlie?
Added by Dusty on Sep 04, 2014 2:07 PM
|Frances Allen Titsworth||RE: Sinthia Mcgee|
You are welcome!! I am glad I could help.
|Reed Winters||George E Winters|
I saw this picture of George Winters' grave...I am looking for any information on the Winters family.
|Becky||RE: Photo of M.H. West's gravestone|
My pleasure Rose. I was back there visiting and went looking for some of the more remote cemeteries. I have family buried there too.
Added by Becky on Sep 03, 2013 8:47 PM
|Allene Doughty-Dorsey||Ocean View Cemetary, Port Angeles|
I was reading the info regarding Oceanview Cemetery in Port Angeles, WA and I have been trying to find a headstone in the Mausoleum for my brother Thomas Russell Sawyer. Thomas Sawyer was a grounds keeper there in the late 70's early 80's time frame and designed and built the Mausoleum. While he was constructing one of the sites he accidentally dropped one of the marble faces and stated when he passed away that would be his place. He died in a tragic house fire in Port Angeles sometime in the early 80's and is resting in the place with the chipped marble marker in the Mausoleum.
I am looking for his actual date of death and I am sure his birth year was 1942. If possible, a picture of his place of rest would be most welcome.
Thank you for the work you do it is very much appreciated by many!
|ladyN70||RE: ETHELMARY ANN ROBUCK|
Thanks for the information. I really do appreciate it. She died in March of 2004, so it definitely isn't an old gravesite. I'm thinking that maybe she was cremated and her ashes were never inurned or maybe they were put with her husband's remains in the mausoleum and like you suggested, her name was never inscribed on the marker. I have been trying to locate an obituary for her, but so far, haven't been able to find one either on-line or from the library, so she probably didn't have an obituary published.
Added by ladyN70 on Nov 03, 2012 2:08 PM
|ladyN70||RE: ETHELMARY ANN ROBUCK|
I've already removed the memorial but I can always add it again. Her husband, James Orland Robuck is in a mausoleum there and according to family members, she is also buried there. Thank you again for all the time and effort you've put into trying to locate the gravesite.
Added by ladyN70 on Nov 03, 2012 5:24 AM
|LaRee White Engel||Froid|
I saw your name on some flowers and was wondering if you are related to them?
|Deborah Gowen||Raymond Redick|
I really can't thank you enough for you photographing were Raymond was buried. You have really gone beyond and I deeply appreciate it. Thank you , thank you, and KUDO"S
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