|David Sawdy (#47398562)|
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|Todd Cook||RE: Malcom Sawdy|
I spent an hour this afternoon trying to bend Ancestry.com to my will to no avail; I can only find a single record for Malcolm. It's possible a record I found for "Jay M Sawdy" is him but I can't link the two.
I went back to the cemetery and walked the area with the groundskeeper. Malcolm definitely does not have a stone in the area indicated by the records. The groundskeeper checked the old records and didn't have any additional information above what we already know.
If you learn anything new about Malcolm, I'll be glad to keep looking.
I will get to your request went the snow melts. Currently about 24 inches of snow covers entire cemetery, including drives.
Added by Woolsox on Feb 19, 2014 5:23 AM
|Ellen Notbohm||Helen Elizabeth Sawdey Stinger|
I took photos of Wilbur and Georgia Sawdey's grave at River View Cemetery for you today. You had asked if their daughter Helen Elizabeth might be nearby. Here is information on Helen Elizabeth/Elizabeth Helen that I was able to assemble from public sources:
She married Navy Warrant Officer Charles Stinger on April 26, 1944. An account of their wedding appears in The Oregonian, May 7, 1944.
She passed away on June 29, 1994, Clackamas County, Oregon. She had lived in King City for about 20 years at the time, and before that, Portland.
She and Charles are interred at Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Portland. She has a Find A Grave memorial prior to yours, #56988987, with photo of her grave stone. The memorial is under Elizabeth H. Stinger, and according to her obituary, she went by "Betty."
Hope this helps.
|Earl Hooper||Duplicate memorial|
I see it now, I will check everything and then remove mine.
|Earl Hooper||Phiannia Woodmansee|
Dear David - I see you left a message on Phiannia's memorial, but I cannot find it. My e-mail is earl email@example.com
|Jhere McKenzie||RE: Berdell Lawernce and wife|
You are so welcome! Jhere
|Roots||RE: Irene Mae Sawdey Hollenbeck|
You are correct, Kathleen was Irene's sister and Kathleen was buried in Carson, California by her son Norman. After Irene died KK became very despondent and heart-broken and seemed to have lost her will to live. The two sisters had been very close.
Added by Roots on Feb 01, 2014 12:16 PM
Sawdey with an "e" in Sawdey.
Added by Roots on Feb 01, 2014 11:20 AM
When I say buried by her sister Kathleen, I did not mean buried next to, but that Kathleen handled the burial process.
Added by Roots on Feb 01, 2014 10:53 AM
She was buried by her sister, Kathleen Koehler, and was not buried near her husband. She lived in San Diego before moving to Orange County. Her husband passed many years before, and so she was not buried near her husband.
Added by Roots on Feb 01, 2014 10:52 AM
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