|Beverly Atherley (#47309226)|
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I am married and a mother of 4, a mother-in-law to 4 and a grandmother of 10. I love to read, garden (canning what I grow), quilting, crochet, knit, paint and just about anything that will keep me from doing dishes. |
I just love finding family and learning their stories. I feel very much a part of this great nation as I trace my family back thru history. It gives me a sence of who I am and why I have all that I do. I love the puzzle of family history. As I put families together I feel like I know them, who they are and all that they did.
Thanks to all!
My Grandmother Effie was the first family historian. She attended family reunions, received letters, wrote letters and put all the information she collected in books. These books were left to my mother, when Effie died and when my mother passed away, my sister and I received them.
We decided that FAG was a great way to share this information and was a way to honor her. She married Fred Chamberlain and she was a Clark. We are putting 3 to 4 generations on FAG starting with Joseph Chamberlain and Benjamin Franklin Clark. These men crossed the USA and settled in the Oregon Territory. We honor them also.
Thanks to all who help us by transfering sites and taking photos. We couldn't do this without your help.
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|Tigerlileas||RE: Thomas Atherley|
Your very welcome!! :)
|Paul Blair||RE: Bergite Larsen Knudsen|
The picture that I have of Bergite was one that was passed around our family for picture pedigree purposes and is about the size of a postage stamp. Sorry. The best you can do is use the one from the memorial page.
|Carol Fountaine Guthrie||RE: Arlyn Styler|
You're very welcome!
|woodsk8||RE: Gregory Reese Neilsen|
You are welcome!
Added by woodsk8 on Nov 20, 2013 6:06 AM
|woodsk8||Gregory Reese Neilsen|
I made the transfer of Gregory's memorial to you. Double check the spelling of his mother's maiden name on her memorial. It appears to need the C changed to an S.
Have a great week!
Added by woodsk8 on Nov 20, 2013 2:04 AM
|Nancy Berntson||RE: Daniel John Atherley|
It was no problem at all, love helping people get information. Enjoy, nancy
|Veloyce ||RE: John Solard|
You're welcome. There were quite a few headstones that are no longer legible.
Added by Veloyce on Jul 12, 2013 5:56 PM
Can you tell me about this person? My grandfather was a lovenburg. I recenty went to this graveyard in Madrid Nebraska to take pictures for my family tree on ancestry.com. There were two Edward Lovenburg. The one you have listed here I am unware of where he fits into the lovenburg tree. Any help is appreciated.
Added by Marick on May 26, 2012 10:59 AM
|Cathy Clark||Roscoe William Hardcastle|
I knew that he had been married twice from the 1910 Census records but I never knew the name of the first wife--Henrietta Clark. He married a 2nd time;Western States Marriage Index Marriage #1515624: Ross W. HARDCASTLE of Woodburn, Oregon married Jessie B. HAYNE of Aberdeen, Washington on 07 Jul 1899 County of Record: Grays Harbor State: Washington. Jessie died Mar 1968 in California but I don't know where she is buried.
|Brian Harper-Tibaldo||Hansen photo|
Thanks so much for this!! :)
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