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Linda Doran (#47533235)
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Bio Photo I have been working on my family tree for 40 years I live in the Rimbey, Alberta, Canada area. I have taken many gravestone pictures and hope to upload them to this site.
I have entered Saint Marys Cemetery in Bluffton and Ferrybank Cemetery
Have all the photos for Mount Auburn in Rimbey, Vig Cemetery at Bently, Eckville Cemetery and Dakota Cemetery near Ponoka and some Bently Cemetery.
Add to that Iola Fairview, Winfeild, and Bismark Lutheran Cemetery near Crestomere. May 2013 have added Hoadley Cemetery. Have photographed West Haven at Rimbey and entered them. July 2013 added Bradshaw Cemetery & Gull Lake Cemetery from Lacombe County". Have recently photographed Bunker Hill and Poplar Valley Cemeteries near Winfield in Wetaskiwin County.Jan 2014 upload of those two cemeteries now complete. Currently working on Lakeview Cemetery in Sylvan Lake and Fairview Cemetery in Lacombe. May 2014 updated West Haven, Mount Auburn, Hoadley & Iola Fairview. Added Burnbrae Cemetery. Aug 2014 added St Francis of Assisi Cemetery Thorsby area and Veteran stones fron Ponoka Cemetery

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Thanks, Nancy!
Added by Sharon on Oct 20, 2014 6:13 PM
RE: Leroy Riopelle
Hmm... this may help:
Leroy Riopelle may have been Anna Van Humbeck's first husband.
Added by dianthus120 on Sep 25, 2014 8:24 PM
RE: Adolph & Anna VanHumbeck
You're welcome!
Note that I added "Leroy Riopelle" as a new record as well from their headstone -- I don't know what his connection is to Adolph & Anna Van Humbeck, but maybe you do?

Added by dianthus120 on Sep 25, 2014 4:35 PM
L Hess
August Morton
Would you mind checking this memorial? I don't believe it has the right marker. Thank you
Added by L Hess on Sep 18, 2014 9:05 PM
RE: Calvin Whitney
Your are probably quite right. That's the straight forward answer which fits the economics, etc. of the times.
Added by Barbara on Aug 22, 2014 5:40 AM
RE: Calvin Whitney
Well I am extremely appreciative that you did look. Thank you. I must say I am very puzzled why he is buried in a cemetery different from Taber where his wife and son are buried. His wife died 6- 7 years before he did so perhaps he remarried?????
Added by Barbara on Aug 21, 2014 3:47 PM
Tombstone of Calvin Whitney
Thank you very much for taking the time to look for this grave site. I really do appreciate your doing this, even though the tombstone doesn't seem to be there. That is very disappointing. I am most interested to see why he was buried there instead of in Taber, Alberta with the rest of the family.
Added by Barbara on Aug 18, 2014 4:27 AM
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RE: Taylor
Thank you Linda. You are very thoughtful.
Added by Gone But Not Forgotten on Jun 23, 2014 10:42 PM
Gone But Not Forgotten
RE: Taylor
Thank you for the info Linda. Researching is fun and sometimes takes longer than planned. I appreciate your time and information.
Added by Gone But Not Forgotten on Jun 23, 2014 7:26 PM
Gone But Not Forgotten
Thank you!
I wanted to send a message letting everyone know all the hard and time consuming work you have done to help others find their family. I for one appreciate all you do. Without your help I would not know where my relatives are.
Thank you!
Added by Gone But Not Forgotten on Jun 22, 2014 8:05 AM
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