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|My journey through genealogy began with the search for my grandfather's grandmother in the Spring of 1982. Since that time, my travels have taken me to interesting places, met amazing people, and gleaned a wealth of knowledge.|
In 2001, I discovered Find-A-Grave and began contributing to the ever-growing wealth of information. After 28 years in the nursing profession, I suffered a major stroke ln 2008.
No longer able to go "out in the field", my research time is spent on the internet.
For anyone wishing to update Find-A-Grave information, please email the above address.
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|Rich King||Inez C. Baird Find A Grave Memorial# 32040513|
I have made some edits to the above. Inez is my maternal grand aunt. My sources for edits:
1. DOB, & POB - Minnesota Historical Society, Birth Certificate Index.
2. Parents - MHS Birth Certificate Index, 1920 & 1930 US Census.
3. Spouse - Minnesota Official Marriage System.
4. Name - Minnesota Historical Society, Birth Certificate Index, Minnesota Official Marriage System.
Inex & Lester relocated from MN to WA about 1941.
I have attached 2 photos of Inez. 1st is Inez and her sister (my grandmother) Ruby. 2nd is a closeup of Inez from that photo.
Rich King (#48494887)
|Claudia Kane||William Henry Baldwin|
In memory of William Henry Baldwin, Civil War service Nov. 8, 1862 - to Mar. 22, 1865. Union soldier, served from the state of Ohio.
I noticed that the above Tribute was on the memorial page for William Henry Baldwin that was born in 1872, and wondered who it was...
William Henry Baldwin b.1872 is my grt Grandfather.
Thank you, Claudia Kane Janousek
|Rita Collvins Mayfield||Truitt Ramsey|
Thank you so much for passing management of Truitt
to me. I really appreciate it.
|Rita Collvins Mayfield||Truitt Ramsey #32017049|
I sent an edit through the auto link. I had sent one in Feb of 2014, but it may have fallen through the cracks, so I resent it. If there is a reason why you prefer Truitt not to be linked to his parents, could you send me a message to let me know the details?
Thanks so much,
|Cynthia Wilson||Gilford Hervey|
I finally found the reason why he was admitted to Sedro Woolley - senile dementia on August 20, 1920. The Archives in Bellingham does not have the patient records but has an extract of information. DSHS has those records.
|DONNA DETTMER||RE: Grave Marker|
OK thank you for trying
|Margaret Rorick Beach||Elias Brees|
I have the marriage date of Elias Brees and Deborah Bennett as 27 Oct 1805 in New York state - maybe Warwick, Orange County; Tioga County, New York which later became Chemung County, New York. I'm look for a record of their marriage. Do you happen to know where I might find one? Elias Brees 1775-1863. Deborah Bennett Brees 1789-1838.
|Helen Schwartz||Jacqueline Haddon Bohn|
Hi, I just noticed that you have a grave for Jacqueline Haddon Bohn born May 26, 1933 in Anacortes, WA. She is my cousin and she is still living. I don't know why there would be a memorial plaque for her unless it was in preparation for her death. Anyway, she is alive and well. For confirmation of my info, you can find her on Facebook under her name. She is 82 but uses the computer frequently.
|Cynthia Wilson||RE: Gilford Hervey|
I got Hervey's death certificate today. He died primarily of Senile Dementia with failure of all organs of life as contributing to his death.
|Cynthia Wilson||RE: Gilford Hervey|
I'm glad your computer/printer is working.
I finally spent some time going thru a box of pension records that I have and took another look at Gilford's record.
His son Carey sent letters to D.C. federal agencies because he was looking for the last check of his father. No one seemed to know where it was. The $161.00 check was returned to the government because someone wrote across the check "Deceased" and the date.
There was also a note from post office station that said Gilford was the only person picking up his mail and that the last time he was there was September 3, 1920. So, Gilford died at Sedro Woolley on September 8 which makes his stay very brief 4 days or less. Which makes me think his death may have been because of heart condition. There did not seem to be anything in his file to confirm a heart condition.
I ordered his death certificate from Olympia. I'll let you know.
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