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Dexter Taylor (#47438433)
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I have lived just outside of Monroe, Washington for most of my life and have had a lifelong interest in history. As a volunteer with the Monroe Historical Society - currently as president - I took it upon myself some years ago to update and make available records of the local cemetery. If you have old photos of the Monroe area we would love to have a copy or scan, as well as any history you may have heard.I will gladly transfer a memorial IF it very closely follows the Find-A-Grave guidelines (read them if not sure). My interest is in maintaining the memorials for all to access.
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Debbie
RE: Hanna Welk
Yes, indeed. Thanks for doing that and adding the obit, Dexter.

Hope you are enjoying your day!

Kind regards,
Debbie

re: Hanna Welk
Debbie, tweeked obit you sent for Hanna just a little as Find A Grave asks that we not put names of living online.
Added by Dexter Taylor on Feb 04, 2015 1:56 PM
Added by Debbie on Feb 04, 2015 11:32 PM
ravenstream
RE: Emma Jones Bradburn
I really appreciate your diligence in asking this before you make the connection.

Yes, Emma was married to Harvey Montgomery Lord (1900 - 1929) in 1919 and bore him 4 children: Stella Lord Jordan (1922 - 1991 didn't find a Find A Grave for her although her husband is in the IOOF cemetery as shown on Find A Grave #74198163), Galvin Lord (1923 - 1998 Find A Grave #79476292), Helen Lord Slusher (1926 - 2007 Find A Grave #78774851), and Elaine Lord Braa Jones (1927 - 2004 Find A Grave #74197708) As you can see, their father died when they were quite young, so the children became very close to their step-father and used his last name frequently while they were growing up and in school. Unfortunately, I do not have an exact place of burial for Harvey, so I was unable to make a connection between him and Emma. Perhaps you could also add a note on her bio page.

To introduce myself, my daughter married into the Slusher family and was personally acquainted with Helen Lord Slusher and Galvin Lord.

Kari Fox (ravenstream)
Added by ravenstream on Jan 30, 2015 4:11 PM
K Barnett
Transfer for # 82109197
W.L. Blakely is the grandson of Esther Magill Pittman my 4th Great-Grandmother. I would love to add his full name, Birth and Death info as well as his parents and siblings and spouse. I you would be willing to transfer him to me.

Thank you,
Kim
Added by K Barnett on Jan 18, 2015 3:27 PM
vl beck
66665639, 139566103
Please merge
Mercy Ann Corwin Find A Grave Memorial# 66665639 with Mercy Ann Willson Corwin Find A Grave Memorial# 139566103
Added by vl beck on Dec 17, 2014 2:26 AM
Jim Allred
Kathleen (Costello)(Furr) Moffat
Dexter,
Yes, records can be elusive. Great research BTW. I envy the Washington newspaper database you have available.

I have requested memorial links to two of her children, but never found the grave of the youngest Hugh Holmes Furr who died in Napa, CA in Apr 1979.

I wondered if Nora Agatha Durning was a sister to Kathleen. On her husband, Charles' naturalization paperwork, she was listed as born in Tipperary, Ireland. They were witnesses to Kathleen and John E Furr's marriage in 1912. No memorials found for her or Charles either. Charles still worked as a waiter on a cruise ship at the age of 82.

The family trees for John E Furr all indicate that he died in Montana but, no, there were no memorials found. He was in the Army in 1898 to 1900, perhaps he is in some military cemetery somewhere? I did find a 1929 City Directory for Ellensburg, WA (Kittitas) where Kathleen Furr is listed as ("wid John E") works at beauty shop.

Again, not in my family tree but thanks for helping to give them a story.
Jim
Added by Jim Allred on Nov 19, 2014 1:02 PM
Paul Everitt
RE: walter bissons
Or maybe, because there is enough space with no markers between the youngest Walter Bisson and the next marker over, do you think there's a chance that both his mother Eva and grandmother Anne are with him?
Added by Paul Everitt on Oct 27, 2014 11:33 PM
AnnieDuckettHundley
RE: transfers
Hi Dexter,

Nice to hear from you. You know, I wish that the few wouldn't change it for the rest; like so many other things in life. For the first couple of years I didn't abide by Find A Grave's four generation rule, as time went by, certain people helped me see why it is important. I make exceptions, but rarely now. I enjoy this website very much and most people are great to work with. I hope you're enjoying it as much as I am.

Blessings,
Annie :)
Added by AnnieDuckettHundley on Oct 27, 2014 1:33 AM
Paul Everitt
RE: walter bissons
Oops. Forgot this part. I am also wondering what may be known about Eva Hogal Bisson, Walter Stewart Bisson's wife and mother of the youngest Walter per the record. She passed away in Snohomish in 1939 per State Archives. Maybe she is with the son and without a marker? Or did I miss her name when looking at your book with Sis?
Added by Paul Everitt on Oct 23, 2014 11:17 PM
Paul Everitt
RE: walter bissons
Hi Dex, Spoke with Sis about this one. Record she has said the elder Bisson is buried in the Legion Section and she described that as being that strip along the road between the telephone poles and the gates which block of some of the former drives through the grounds.
Added by Paul Everitt on Oct 23, 2014 11:03 PM
G M Rice
William Baldwin
Hi Dexter,
Thanks for the transfer. I do so appreciate your help!
Glenna
Added by G M Rice on Oct 14, 2014 6:25 AM
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