|Kim Kerr (#26047466)|
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Most of the memorials I've posted are for family members (although I also photographed most of Goodrich Cemetery in Linn Co, KS). If you copy a personal family photo, giving credit would be appreciated. This gives other researchers a reference if they have questions. If you have additional info or are related, I would love to hear from you. Thank you to all who have taken the time to add flowers and photos.|
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Life is 10% what happens and 90% how you respond.
Those we love don't go away,
They walk beside us every day,
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed and very dear.
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|Linda & Travis Hollingshead||Kenneth Gunn|
Thank you so very much for adding the information to Kenneth's page. We truly appreciate it.
Linda and Travis
|Dunwandrin 1||Joseph & Sarah Jane Reno|
Joseph T. Reno
(1807 - 1876)
Sarah Jane Skiles Reno
(1814 - 1902)
I connected the information you supplied. Thank you for the update!
|Peter McLaughlin||Sarah Cowee and Samuel Marshall|
I never knew Sarah Cowee remarried. I was trying to find some info on it on the internet but didn't see anything. I just wondered where you got this info. I'm always interested to learn more. Did Samuel and Sarah have children? Or maybe they married too late in life? Apparently her children decided Sarah to be buried as a Cowee rather than a Marshall? I see Samuel Marshall ended up out west so maybe their marriage didn't last long? I seen in one family tree on the internet that goes way back to Massachusetts that the Green Cowee and Marshall families have been connected previously. Interesting...plz tell me more.
|Marc Thayer, III||John Thayer|
It is the same person Howard John Thayer.
Thanks for letting me know.
Marc Thayer III
|Jan Fenter||Bessie Lee Hodgson Crabtree, 38111012|
I'm doing a photo project in the Lincoln Memorial Park mausoleum, in Portland, Oregon. One of the crypts I found reads:
Bessie Lee Crabtree. 1888 - 1990.
I checked the total database to see if there was a memorial page already created for her and found two pages had been created. One in Kansas, yours was created 9 June 2009, and another at Lincoln Memorial Park, created 27 Oct. 2011. [Evidently, that person didn't do a search of all of Find A Grave for a memorial already created.] I called Lincoln Memorial to verify that they did have Bessie's remains and they said their record showed they did have her. The memorial page for her at Lincoln Memorial, and photo of the crypt, is Memorial# 79395153.
I tried to see the date of death on the marker in Kansas but couldn't tell if the complete death date was there. I think only the first two numbers of the year are there. From what I've found, she was born in Kansas, lived there for some time and her husband, Charles, died several years before she did. I'm wondering if she moved to Oregon to be with a family member, and that her name had been added the the joint marker with Charles. When she died in Oregon, her remains were placed in Oregon, rather than ship them back to Kansas. Is there a way you can check your cemetery records, newspaper, etc., to confirm burial in Oregon?
Oregon, Death Index, 1898-2008.
Name: Bessie Lee Crabtree
Birth Date: 8 Oct. 1988
Death Date: 19 Dec. 1990
Death Place: Multnomah [County]
[NOTE: her age is listed as 2, but the person doing the index entered the wrong year of birth in the index. They have 1988 and it should be 1888. There is no way a 2 year old can have a spouse! The Oregon Death Index sometimes doesn't have enough spaces for names, such as the name of her spouse. It should read Charles.]
So there are now two memorial pages, and your page has several family links.
I'm not related. I just want to help relatives know where Bessie's remains are actually resting.
Hi Kim, Thanks for catching that and thanks for all you do for findagrave too. I deleted George & Nelle. You have Elizabeth as her first name and I used what the stone had.
Added by randy on Mar 16, 2016 4:31 PM
|L Evans||RE: Hannah Jane Oxley|
Thank you ...
btw ... I like your geraniums :)
Added by L Evans on Mar 16, 2016 2:41 PM
|Lois Salvatora||RE: Booth Relationship|
Thanks for your reply. I am the gg granddaughter of a John Thomas Booth from West Brownsville, Washington Co. Pa. across the river from the Bridgeport Cemetery. In an effort to flush out 2 more generations back I have been researching all the Booth families in the area of Fayette and Washington Counties trying to confirm how they may or may not be related. I have spent much time with John Franklin Booth as his Civil War records are co-mingled with my John Thomas Booths' at the National Archives in D.C.. If you and your husband think that you may be able to assist me in this research please answer me back at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am curious to know if your Robert Booth family is connected to my Joseph Booth family, (father of John T. Booth) I am in the Pittsburgh area. How about you?
Thank-you, Lois Salvatora
|Lois Salvatora||Bridgeport Cem. Booth Family|
I am wondering if you are related to the Booth's of Fayette and/or Washington Co. Pa. I am and would love to speak to anyone else working on this family.
|Marla||RE: Kells Memorial|
Your very welcome! I was wondering who was Ted's parents?
Added by Marla on Jan 07, 2016 10:09 AM
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