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LeRoy Krsiean
Thank You
Thank you for the information regarding Alvina Potter. It shall post it to her Memorial, and I shall transfer her Memorial to you. I do have a copy of her book, "Many Live of the Lynx". LeRoy.
Added by LeRoy Krsiean on Jan 30, 2016 11:02 AM
Warren Laws
Albert D Laws
Albert D Laws was my Great Grandfather. My Grandfather was F. C. Laws. I was doing some research on a micrometer invented by AD Laws. Does anyone know anything about this?
Warren Laws
Added by Warren Laws on Dec 27, 2015 7:12 PM
SDT
RE: Dunlavy
Thank you.If you ever need anything from Miller cemetery,I took pictures of every page of the Miller records,and have them on my computer.A winter project,so many are not on Find A Grave.

SDT (#48294079)
Added by SDT on Dec 22, 2015 6:17 PM
SDT
Dunlavy
Have you seen this one?
SDT (#48294079)
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Sad news was received here Tuesday by Mrs. E.A. Hartman announcing the death of her father,Geo.Dunlavy, who passed away that morning at the home of his son John Dunlavy. Mr. Dunlavy was a pioneer and came to Oregon by way of wagon and ox team.
He was a member of the Masonic lodge and was well and favorably known here,and had made his home at Shaniko for a number of years.He was stricken with paralysis March 7,1921,and never fully recovered the right use of himself afterward.He is survived by one son and one daughter.Interment will be Saturday near Silverton beside his wife.The community express their sympathy for the bereaved ones.

The Maupin Times
Thursday,January 31,1924
page 4
Added by SDT on Dec 21, 2015 9:35 PM
SDT
RE: Mollala
Thank you.

SDT (#48294079)
Added by SDT on Dec 21, 2015 9:23 PM
SDT
RE: Emma Dunlavy
Did you look at the cemetery list inside the church?
The only Dunlavy's on it are two men,George 1853-1924 and John S. 1976-1934.The unmarked grave list ,from the 1950's states there are two unmarked graves of a Dunlavy mother and child,they are not on the cemetery rolls.
I hope this helps.
SDT (#48294079)
Added by SDT on Dec 20, 2015 10:05 PM
SDT
RE: Emma Dunlavy
Excellent news ! I have transferred Emma over to you.
SDT (#48294079)
Added by SDT on Dec 20, 2015 9:52 PM
SDT
Job Nightingale
I have attempted to contact you twice,with no reply. I tranferred the memorial in Adams cemetery over to you. I have sent in a merge request for the memorial in Miller which is in the incorrect cemetery.
Thank you,
SDT (#48294079)
Added by SDT on Dec 13, 2015 2:17 AM
lisa
Job Nightingale
Memorial 94465124. He is buried at Adams Cemetery. His wife is on the same stone as him. Somehow, the paper says Silverton, but his marker is at Adams :--)
Added by lisa on Oct 21, 2015 9:14 PM
lisa
Job Nightingale
Memorial 94465124. He is buried at Adams Cemetery. His wife is on the same stone as him. Somehow, the paper says Silverton, but his marker is at Adams :--)
Added by lisa on Oct 21, 2015 9:14 PM
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