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|w Kreider||Honey and related families|
Thank you so much for the memorials you have created of the Honey and related families in the River View Cem., Portland, OR.
I had an elderly cousin, directly related to this family. I promised her that when she was gone I would continue to try to follow her family and connect them. You have made it possible for me to do that and I am very grateful.
|Ron Chapin||George Strong|
Find A Grave Memorial# 141752186.
I sent an edit earlier this morning that I can see now would confuse you. The edit says his father was Luke Strong,died 1895. The edit also says his mother was Luke Strong, died 1896. What the edit doe not say is the Mrs. in front of his mother's name.
An edit was also sent for Mrs. Luke Strong to correct her name to Ann McKINNEY Strong.
I saw how confusing it was, but know not how to correct it.
When / if I get the edit back for George's mother, I will submit another edit.
Thank you for your work on Find A Grave.
|Melody White||Copy photo?|
May I copy the photo of the headstone of Wayne W Ward,(1905-1947)?
|L. Stoneturner||transfer of Jacob Varns memorial|
Thanks for all you do to preserve the memory of
|Deborah Crain||James Kibbee 1858-1917|
where did you find his obituary?
he is the brother of my great great grandmother.
thanks very much for your help.
|Nathan Haines||RE: James Green Stephens|
Thanks for letting me know.
I have not been down to the Archives for several years. I am on poverty level income now from Soc Sec and can't afford to go down there.
When I used to work at Gunderson's and made real good money, I worked swing shift.
I would go down there to the archives quite a few times, before work, copy death certificates and records as fast as I could go and then at noon I would jump in my car and go racing back to Portland to get to Gunderson's on time to go to work. :-]
In all the hundreds of death certificates I copied I never once saw a single one that was yellow. So, now I think you are trying to play tricks on me. Hah hah hah.
Your "conspiracy theory" on how yellow ones got into the boxes sounds like a pretty good guess to me. Doing genealogy turns people into real good guessers.
I am certain now that I never did get James' death certificate before because I would have surely remembered getting it from nearly being blinded by the bright yellow color. No memory of that.
|Nathan Haines||James Green Stephens|
Thanks for letting me know.
How the world did you get the death certificate all yellow?? You must have photo-shopped it? It looks kind of weird that way to me because all the death certificates are white; and black on white, has a lot more contrast then yellow on black making the lettering stand out better with more contrast.
Anyway, somebody else might think it looks awesome? Hard to say.
I think I have James' death certificate myself. Not positive though. That is a branch off of my tree that I have done a ton of research on. James' wife's sister and brother are buried right near them.
|Paul L. Wegner||Francis Marion Methena (1836 - 1916)|
Thanks for adding the info to the record of my 2x great grandfather!
Paul L. Wegner
|Christopher Allyn Mentrum||Richard Lycargus Durham 67171851|
Thank you for adding the death certificate. I have changed the date of birth to reflect it.
|Dan Tripp||George G. Jones|
Thank you very much for the information regarding the burial of George G. Jones at River View Cemetery in Portland. I had no knowledge of where he was buried.
The obituary you shared with me is also greatly appreciated. Thanks again for your help.
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