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I will be happy to add information and links to memorials that I manage.
Please use the EDIT tab on each memorial. I can usually get updates done within a day or two.
If your updates are taking longer to appear, then we are probably traveling and I will be getting to additions/corrections just as soon as I have internet access.
If we are on a trip, we could be out of touch from the internet for as much as 2 weeks at a time.
A transfer request must include your relationship to the individual, and a little extra identifying information. This is just to help prevent any potential mix-ups.
Please feel free to use my photos in your on-line family tree. It would be much appreciated if you would give credit to Find A Grave as your source for the photo.
Thanks ahead of time for your help and contributions. They are much appreciated!
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|Diane LM||RE: Thanks!|
I was home for a family picnic and got in there for about a half hour. They cut down many of the huge trees so it was just too hot to do much. But I will get back there and still have 200 photos to add today.
Added by Diane LM on Aug 19, 2016 8:21 AM
|Terry Chaffee||RE: Emmaline Morris|
cashie, i cannot find the Find A Grave for emmaline morris
it is gone, i went to benjamin franklin morris and found him, but he shows only 1 spouse ???
send me the link to emmaline, ok, please?
|Terry Chaffee||RE: Emmaline Morris|
hi cashie, yes, i will do that. except, i can't find it. could you send me a link and then i will go and delete whatever you wish me to delete, ok?
tcbjammon at yahoo
Thank you for the heads up on the duplicates. I went ahead and deleted my memorials for Owen H. O'Neill Sr., Zaida and Helen Kathryn O'Neill.
Added by Chloé on Aug 13, 2016 8:31 PM
|Chloé||Ira Van Gordon|
Thank you for the heads up on the duplicate, which, you were right, I didn't see, and which I have now deleted.
I am very impressed at the thoroughness with which you have documented this graveyard! The only ones I was able to add are the very recent ones.
Added by Chloé on Aug 11, 2016 12:00 PM
|Steve Harrison||Ira Van Gordon|
Thanks for the helpful suggestion. I understand the point and just made the edit. I also added a note regarding the spelling of the last name. Not sure how it ended up as Gordon on the headstone but it is "etched in stone".
So far I can't find any photo of him anywhere, for a guy like him, you would think if he was well known, one would see him on the net somewhere. Bummer
As for Elden Warren, he's not must for going out of where he is staying. And it's hard for us to listen, he's a soft spoken person while we are driving and it's hard for my wife, who is in the back seat trying to listen to him. We have talked to him at the place that he is staying, but he seem to speak at a lower tone at we have to ask him to repeat it. His problem his that he had a small stroke and it affected his speech. So that's where we are at this time, maybe later when he's get better
You can rewrite if you want, I just saw his name from something that I was looking up for Mission impossible, this was yesterday and then I went over Cambria's names and saw his, and to my Surprise.
I believe David said that thy were family since the family has been ranching since the 1870's. Up there. Cool isn't it.
|Werner Howald||Porte and Warren|
Just to update what I have found, for one thing we haven't been out with Eldon Warren, he's been getting physical therapy most of the days in the week. But the good news is that I met up with the Johnson Family via Porte family, my wife and I went up to their ranch 7 miles from Hwy 1 and had dinner with David Johnson, he's brother Mike lives a mile from him, Mike runs the family 5000 acre ranch, but anyway they know the Warren family very will, for all of their lives, Eldon even said and ask us to tell Mike if he needed any help, he would send his boys over. So we did. Again, David told me that there is a small cemetery on their property up from his home. so I ask him if it be all possible if I could take a look and he said yes, I also met Mike in town and said that he built a fence to protect it from the cows coming over and grabbing on the wooden head makers some years ago. David told me that the family took on the Porte name for some reason that he couldn't understand, but told me that it was originally Fernandez. This seems to be, for I found this family in Gloucester, Massachusetts in 1860.
And thanks for slipping in the info on these memorials.
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