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Searching for STROUP and STROOP in V & WV, STROOP in Pennsylvania & Panama Canal Zone, STROOPS in Illinois & Washington State, possibly STROOPE in the southern states, MUSCHALIK in Oregon & Texas, MUSHALIK in Oregon. |
11 Oct 2009-Adding brother-in-law's main lines-DORRANCE in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, NY and Michigan and EBERSTEIN in Michigan, Kansas and Oregon.
I love "FindAGrave"! It's a wonderful concept. I will be adding more of my family and, hopefully, of others from the cemeteries in this area.
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Thank You for the updated information for the Calderwood family it is appreciated, Regards Blumokitty
|Linda Morrisson||RE: John Miles Purcell|
My pleasure! Linda
I visited Shrine of Remembrance in Colorado Springs and photographed the niche where Ronald is interred. The location for you reference is Garden of Angels, Building D, Niche 82.
I created a memorial for his wife, Frances who
is interred in Niche 92 (right next to #82). I
added a picture of her niche marker to her memorial.
|Chuck/Karen Brackett||RE: Dr. Paul, Louise & Elizabeth Neumann|
You are very welcome. Glad we are able to help.
|BobBoston||RE: Loren Coulter|
You are very welcome. Celebrate Volunteerism!!!
Yes, about 2000 volunteers placed flags there on Saturday, for Veterans Day. We go back this Saturday to remove them. about 59,000 of them stay for 1 week ONLY. Memorial Day & Veterans Day.
|Ruthane P||RE: Harry & Barbara Jean (Luginbuhl) Neumann|
I just checked the caption from this end and could not find a problem. It states Barbara Jean Neumann.
You are most welcome. Although the Sentinel Archives only has a few years, with some effort, you can find a lot of information about births, marriages, and deaths. Sometimes I have been able to see someone born, read their letter to Santa, watch them get married, have their own children, and pass away. What a rich heritage a newspaper can be! Another local link if you are not aware of it is the Washington State Digital Archives: http://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov You may have to search under various spellings, as there were errors and variances in how people spelled their names, but there is lots of information on Washington families. Happy Genealogy to you!
Added by ewelch on Oct 22, 2014 7:46 AM
|Don Green||RE: Charles Arthur Troutman-#24589879|
You're very welcome for the photos, Kaye, and I'm so glad you liked the perspective photos. I always approach the requests as if they were a close relative of my own. Too many just want a marker photo they can plug into Ancestry. Glad I could help out !
|Joyce Niswander||Pogue & Ruhl|
Thank you for the 10 sparks of thankfulness. I am very grateful for them. :o)
|Carl H||RE: Velma (Derry) & William Jacobs|
You're welcome, and I uploaded the picture to William's Memorial as well now.
Added by Carl H on Oct 10, 2014 1:09 PM
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