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|I've been researching my family since about 1978, working with my father mainly on the portion of his family that came overland to the Oregon and Washington Territories, and then on the many branches of our tree.|
My ancestor surname interests include:
Beyer (San Francisco)
Bolling (Benjamin and Patsy Phelps)
Gordon (Mary Gordon m. William Smith New York Grange (Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire)
Hamburger 9Hungary, Romania)
Hart (Lydia m. Joshua Hancock)
Hartmann (Hungary, Romania)
Hoadley (Barnsley, Yorkshire)
Holly (Mary Holly m. JC Wick)
Kleinman (Hungary, Romania)
Plise (Panama, Colombia, Italy?)
Polvi (Mary Klatt, aka Maria Andersdottir Polvi, Finland (Russia))
Rains (Elizabeth Catherine m. Richard Chesley Craven)
Richardson (Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire)
Ross (Lucy Ross m. William Bollin Savage)
Smith (John and Julia Cummins)
Smith (Willard Huntington and Mary Johnson, New York)
Stewart (Benjamin and Deborah, Massachusetts)
Strausz (Hungary, Romania)
Sugar (Hungary, Romania)
Walker (Jeremiah, Missouri)
Weisz (Hungary, Romania)
Williams (Britton and Elizabeth Bolling)
Williams (David Allen,Fayette Co, Pennsylvania)
|Messages left for Janelle (8)||[Leave Message]|
|Kathy Carlozzi||ESTHER OSERANSKY|
I THINK I HAVE A PICTURE OF HER GRAVESTONE. IT IS IN JEWISH, SO IF YOU WANT ME TO EMAIL YOU JUST LET ME KNOW.
|Gold45N||Alex A Taylor|
Pvt Alex A. Taylor was born 20 Feb 1920 and killed in England on 12 Dec 44 when the Horsa glider he was riding in suffered wing spearation. He was a member of the 194th Glider Infantry, 17th Airborne Division
Added by Gold45N on Dec 13, 2012 11:09 PM
|Reggie Sutton||RE: Fresno to Dallas|
Glad I could be of help. I noted the grave location in the caption of the pic.
|Bob Speckman||Craven stone in Etna Cemetery|
Hi, I was able to visit the Etna Cemetery today - it is private and the gate is often closed, I was only able to find one stone marked Craven and I added it to Sarah Craven's page with a caption explaining that the inscription is no longer visible. In fact, you can't tell if there ever was an inscription. This stone is obviously old enough to be Sarah and Solomon's and it is amongest many Crowley stones.
|April Thomas||Bert Hoadley|
Hi, I fulfilled your photo request for Bert Hoadley. The name on the same is different but the dates match and he is buried in the Hoadley family plot next to "Little Bert." I'm fairly sure this is the correct tombstone for this person. However, if you don't agree please let me know.
|Washington State Cemetery Association||Elmer & Helena Savage|
I was sure that I had taken photos of this stone but couldn't find them on my computer. I found them this morning in the wrong directory. I've loaded them on the memorials.
|Washington State Cemetery Association||Dayton Cemetery|
I took photos of as many of the Savage & Wick family stones as I had time for during my trip last week to the Dayton Cemetery. There are still a handful that I didn't get finished. I'll be going back in October and will get the rest done then. Be sure to request any others in the cemetery that you'd like photos of and I'll get them also. Unless someone else is available before I get back there!
|svh77||RE: David A Williams Garve site photo|
You're quite welcome, glad to be able to help!
Added by svh77 on Jul 21, 2009 11:36 AM