|Lynn Erb (#46522255)|
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I enjoy doing Family History and helping and sharing with others. Please let me know if corrections,etc are needed. |
Searching the following Surnames:Bollinger,Erb,Evans,Fitz,Foutz,Haldiman,Hahn or Hawn,Hayes,Hess,Lewis,Moser and Stambaugh.
I do appreciate Photos & information given.
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Your posting for Joseph B Owen in Prarie View cem
shows no DOB or DOD.
Joseph was born Aug 26, 1864 in Fayette Co., Ill
He died Feb 10, 1950 in Orifino, Idaho. This info came from family history.
If possible, would you post this info on his site?
Ron and Judy Gard
Added by ron gard on Sep 16, 2014 5:21 PM
|Anita Savage||Henry Pope Rains|
Thank you for your work on the Priarie View Cemetery at Grangeville, Idaho.
I just posted a message to edit the death information for Henry Pope Rains. The date of death on the stone I believe says March 22, 1889.
I have a copy of Henry's obit and pasted a copy below if you would like to add it to his Find A Grave memorial. Henry's memorial number is # 99222475.
"DIED: in Grangeville, Idaho, March 21, 1889, Henry Pope Rains, aged 10 years, 2 months and 6 days. The lad was born in the south fork of Salmon river, where his father, James Rains was killed by the Sheep-Eater Indians in 1879. He went out to the prairie from Warrens with the rest of his family last fall, his step-father is Jim Edwards of the Jersey House.
He was sick but very few days of intermittent fever and was thought to be recovering. On Thursday he suffered a relapse and peacefully passed away. He was laid to rest in the Grangeville cemetery on Saturday when the face of the prairie was radiant with the sign of Nature’s annual resurrection. The black-robed angel respects neither age, nor youth, nor season and those upon whom his dark shadow falls, must perforce submit to the harsh decree. The sincerest sympathy is freely extended to the grief stricken family.”
Source: March 29,1889 Warren Times
|Kathleen Manuel||RE: Prairie Cemetery!!!|
thanks, Lynn! I think he's the only family member I have in that cemetery.
|Kathleen Manuel||Bill Hogan, Prairie View, Grangeville|
Thank you so much for photographing the grave of my grandfather and creating a memorial page for him. Would you be interested in transferring management of his memorial to me?
Thanks for the information.
Added by Lorraine on Jun 28, 2014 11:48 AM
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