|Ellen Notbohm (#47025026)|
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Every life matters. As an author and researcher, I've been the beneficiary of the knowledge and assistance of thousands of historians and genealogists. I try never to miss an opportunity to pay these favors forward.|
You are welcome to share my photos among family members. Photo credit is appreciated but not required.
Accuracy is important to me. If you spot errors, please let me know. If you send me additional information to add to memorials, INCLUDE YOUR SOURCE/DOCUMENTATION. I decline to post information from copyrighted sources (most books and some obituary sources) but can usually post a link to the source.
I'm happy to refer you to other Oregon resources as well.
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|Pam R.||Belle Sonflieth|
Thanks for the photo, Ellen:)
Added by Pam R. on Jun 19, 2013 5:58 AM
|Susan McKinney Raymond||Lockes|
Thank you for sending the photo - now if only there were headstones hahaha
|Diana F||Thank You|
Thank you Ellen so much for the Briggs picture! I can't tell you how much I appreciate your time and patience doing this not just for me but I am sure for many others.
Added by Diana F on Jun 10, 2013 11:40 PM
|EGF||Gertrude (Carter) Johnson Evans|
Many thanks for the transfer. It is much appreciated! Finding her grave represented a big breakthrough for me in my family history research --- I never knew that she had remarried after her first husband's death, and so never thought to search under the surname "Evans." Lacking that crucial piece of information caused me to spend decades searching for her under the wrong name.
Thank goodness for Find A Grave! It has taught me that there is so much more to learn about our long-deceased relatives than I ever imagined possible.
You deserve a special "thanks" for creating the memorial in the first place. Because of your work, I have been "reunited," so to speak, with an ancestor I had come to accept as "lost" forever.
Added by EGF on May 30, 2013 1:20 PM
|Craig Handy||Claud Myers|
Claude's spouse was Nellie I don't have a lot of information on her. I'm still doing research on her. I thank you for the photo of Claude Myers headstone.
|Nannette||Fantastic! Thank you!|
Your time and efforts in obtaining Kennon and Clemtine Fretwell's photographs are much appreciated!
Added by Nannette on May 28, 2013 2:59 PM
Thank you for checking out my photo request. I will try to get more accurate information...off the top of my head, I'm not sure where I got it in the first place...I'll look into his research. I'll let you know more later. Again, thank you for your time and efforts!
Added by Nannette on May 21, 2013 6:47 AM
|Leroy Higley||tombstone pic|
I appreciate you trying to get a photo for Samuel Higley, now we know there is no marker for him. Thanks so much for your kindness.
|hbryson1||River View Cemetery|
Ellen, thanks very much for your timely and excellent photos of my four ancestors! I appreciate your hard work.
Added by hbryson1 on May 20, 2013 7:23 PM
|DONNA VANDEVOORT||Theodore Finger|
Thank you for the posting of the photo of Theodore Finger's burial stone at Greenwood Hills. Does anyone take care of the cemetery? Looks like it needs some upkeep. Theodore's father's family settled in Huron County, Michigan and his father left for Alaska to become a steamboat captain.
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