|Jeri Herbert (#46918558)|
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My name is Jeri (Hatch) Herbert. I married Darrell Herbert in 1962. I grew up in Yakima, Washington, but graduated from West Seattle High School in Seattle, WA. We live in Des Moines, WA (a suburb of Seattle), moving here from West Seattle in 1996. We spent five years in Arapahoe, NE where I spent some time digging into genealogy - courthouses, newspapers & cemeteries. We have 3 sons, 3 granddaughters (1 deceased) and 3 grandsons (1 deceased). Working on my family tree is so much fun, but can be very addictive.|
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|olinges||Margaret Rose Moser Mael|
Thanks so much for taking this long awaited photo of my great aunt's memorial. The immediate family is now complete. I sincerely appreciate the time and effort.
Added by olinges on Aug 23, 2016 12:03 PM
|Stephen Moore||Peggy VanWinkle|
That info was just enough for me to start piecing things together. Charles Patrick VanWinkle was Peggy's husband. So if you took a picture of his stone, please go ahead and make a memorial for him.
The records I found weren't marriage records but a city directory from when they lived in Portland in 1953 which lists both of them. Charles was some sort of engineer.
|Stephen Moore||RE: Peggy Van Winkle|
I just took a fairly quick look... and I don't know who that is, but I'll try and go back today and figure it out.
My paternal grandmother was a VanWinkle and since I've been doing this, I've realized the Vanwinkle family is a little famous and are all descended from early settlers in New Amsterdam (now called New York City) in the 1620s (or 1630s?). So I'm now trying to map out the entire Vanwinkle family....and as you can imagine, it is a huge task.
It is highly likely the person is her husband, since Peggy wasn't born a VanWinkle, but on my first attempt, I was unable to figure out who her husband was... and I suspect you just solved that puzzle for me! Thanks.
I will take the name you mentioned later today and try to see if I can find proof that says they were husband and wife.
|Marvin & Samme Templin||Hardan Requests|
Thanks for filling our requests.
|Lynnet Auker Keihl||Find A Grave Memorial# 129654303|
Thank you so very much, Jeri, for adding the grave photo for my dear Aunt Frances. Best regards, Lynnet.
|Richard||RE: William C. Flora|
I will be doing some more research but I did not see one for her nearby.
Added by Richard on Aug 08, 2016 4:49 PM
|Lorraine||Woodie Bishop Scott|
Woodie Bishop Scott Mem 21189867 - Find A Grave shows his wife as Rozema D b1904 Mem. #21189866 but also that she is his sister - is that correct? Thanks, A distant relative in Idaho.
Added by Lorraine on Jul 21, 2016 6:13 PM
Any chance you could post a photo of the spot where the grave is? A lot of people when they come across this problem post a picture of the expanse of grass with a little flag on it where the grave is.
|Sheri West||Washington Memorial Park|
Thank you so much for the tombstone photos :)
You are amazing! Thank you so much for the photos.
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