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|Jan Fenter||RE: Tenney photos|
Hello....you are very welcome for the photos for H. O. & Grace B. Tenney.
I was able to find a funeral notice for Harry O. Tenney, in The Oregonian newspaper, 4 Nov. 1944, page 11. I saved it as a ".JPG" file and can include it as an attachment in an email if you will email me and let me know it is okay.
It lists his wife, says he was an uncle and lists some names, and says he was a brother to a Mrs. Ruth Campbell in Los Angeles. (It was interesting for me to read Ruth's name because I have a 3rd great-grandmother by that name, by marriage. Her maiden name was Anderson, born 1803, married James Campbell in Missouri in 1819. They were in the Carolina's and moved west to Missouri, he died in 1836 and she moved on to Kansas.)
Email me if you want the funeral notice.
|Juan San Nicolas||Schneider|
I have not done a complete search of the cemetery so it is possible that he maybe their. I will get back there soon and let you know. Juan
|Juan San Nicolas||RE: Schneider|
Schneiders, We did not locate the grave of Brett Schneider when we found the others, but we will try again soon. Juan
Are you by chance, related to William George Mullen or his wife, maiden name McIntyre?
I have Mullens buried at St Michaels also, and wondered if they were connected.
|Paulette Sampson||RE: RICHLAND CENTER CEMETERY|
I give you my heartfelt gratitude. Paulette
|Paulette Sampson||RICHLAND CENTER CEMETERY|
MARSHALL. KANSAS - What a GEORGEOUS photo! I used it for my family member and MADE SURE you got photo credit. If that is not allowed, please advise. Respectfully, Paulette
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