I've been doing genealogy research for people since 1996. I am county coordinator for the MTGenWeb for Butte-Silver Bow County, Anaconda-Deer Lodge County, and Powell County, Montana. I am also a volunteer at the Butte-Silver Bow Archives.
I take photos of gravesites I come across while doing Findagrave requests, and I especially like to take photos of the older headstones and markers to create a record of their existence. Many are getting so old they are not very readable. If anyone finds errors with the information I enter, I will be happy to make corrections. I will also be happy to transfer management to relatives of any of those for whom I have created memorials.
However, please do not copy my photos without first obtaining my written permission to do so. Thank you.
PLEASE NOTE: Photos posted to memorials on Find-a-Grave are copyrighted by the member who submitted the photos. Copying the photo to use elsewhere or on other Findagrave memorials (if more than one name is on the headstone) would be a violation of copyright. You must obtain written permission (emails are generally accepted) from the member to use any photo for your own use. In general if you did not take the photo yourself, you do not hold the copyright to the photo.
For anyone needing more information on their relative(s) who are buried in the Butte, I will be happy to do a search.
Requests can be emailed to me at the email address shown below.
Annie Onda Suzanne, thank you truly for getting this gravestone photo. As an unexpected benefit it solved the long mystery of Annie's daughter Katie, which I don't believe I would ever have solved otherwise.
There is another gravestone in the plot but I can't make out the engraving. Can you tell me what is on it?
157445077 Maude Lehr Thank you so much for taking the time to get this Photo for me, I was especially delighted that you added it to her husbands memorial also. John Henry Lehr was my 1st cousin 2x removed.
Lyndon C Hoadley I would like to be in charge of Lyndon C. Hoadley. He is my grandmother's brother, and I have his middle name shortened to Lyn. I would appreciate doing this. My mother is 97 years old, and she loved her uncle very much.
RE: Quigley Perlo's father was a character. He was a doctor but he messed that profession up by trying to stage his death. He stole a dead body and then lite his office on fire. He was trying to collect life insureance.but he got caught. He escaped from jail, and he was not heard of again until his death when he fell off a warf in Alaska. Perlo's mother, Susan Hill Quigley DOB 1853. The last trace I can find of her is she had a surgery (according to a news article) in Iowa 1920. I do not know if she ever landd in Montana. I would love to think she is close to her son.