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Nathan Haines (#46775496)
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Bio Photo If you notice any mistakes in my info on any pages I made please let me know and I will fix it.
If you want to use my pictures in your family research files or whatever it is fine with me.
If I have added any pictures to any pages that do not look too good and you would like a better picture of the gravestone be sure and ask and I will see if I can possibly get a better picture.
I am a direct descendant of the Richard Haines who left England aboard the ship "Amity" in 1682. He died on the ship and his wife and kids settled in NJ. Richard was my 6th Great Grandfather. There are a lot of Haines in the US from this Richard. Nathan Haines of OH was my Gr Grandfather. Ebenezer Haines who married Rebecca Berry was his father. Nathan Haines married Sarah Iiams in Grant Co., IN. I have also done a lot of research on the Iiams name. My Grandfather E. Morton Haines was born in Grant Co., IN in 1865 and moved to OR in 1892 where he lived out his life. I have a lot of family connections to Grant Co., IN.
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P & R Tatum
RE: Lucinda Frances Tremain Sumner Moore Petersen
James Clark Sumner was divorced from Lucinda Frances Tremain (called Fanny or Lula) after 25 years. She remarried several times: Charley Ross Moore and last Mr. Peterson. J.C. remarried several times as well, so he could have been a widower.
Added by P & R Tatum on Aug 27, 2014 4:10 PM
Jimmy Sweet
RE: William Louis Graham
Thanks, I really appreciate you taking the time to search. I have a bunch of newspaper articles about him while in Wisconsin, but no documentation but the census after he moved to Oregon.
Added by Jimmy Sweet on Aug 26, 2014 5:51 PM
4th Michigan Infantry
Headstone photos
Nathan,
Thank you very much for taking the photos of Ardin Lyman's headstone and burial plot. I really appreciate your help and all that you've done for the Find-A-Grave community.
George
Added by 4th Michigan Infantry on Aug 26, 2014 3:44 PM
Cemetery Crawler
Cooper, William & Florence
Thank you for the photos for both William and Florence Cooper. It has been a hard time tracking William down and then finding if he was married.
Thank you again.
Added by Cemetery Crawler on Aug 26, 2014 1:19 PM
Jimmy Sweet
RE: William Louis Graham
I wish I knew more about Lila, I only know of her existence from the 1900 census. It is possible she moved, but she had some other family in the region. William was from Sturgeon Bay WI, and moved to the WA/OR border area in the 1880s. His brother Robert Francis Graham followed around 1900, also living in Columbia County. William and Robert also had an uncle, Oliver Perry Graham, who moved to southwestern Washington and died there in the 1880s. Many of his children lived in the region. If it helps, William was a fisherman. He, his brothers, and father had all been ship captains on Lake Michigan, and the family members that moved west did so to work in the fishing industry out there.
Added by Jimmy Sweet on Aug 26, 2014 11:29 AM
Jimmy Sweet
RE: William Louis Graham
He had one daughter, Lila L. Graham born in 1892 in Oregon, but I'm not sure if or who she married. This is the only William L. Graham born about 1850 in Wisconsin living in the region at the time, so I am 99% sure this is the right William. I wish I had one more piece of evidence to be sure.
Added by Jimmy Sweet on Aug 26, 2014 11:15 AM
Jimmy Sweet
William L. Graham
Thank you so much for the great photo.
Added by Jimmy Sweet on Aug 26, 2014 10:54 AM
Michele J
thank you
thank you very much for full filling my request for the photo of Hector Baxter and Ione Baxter grave stone.
Added by Michele J on Aug 25, 2014 8:01 PM
ruth soder
RE: Frederick B. Hogg
Nathan: Thank you very much for the pic of the gravestone. It is interesting that you also connect to the name Hogg. Fred's family came from Ireland and settled in Ontario Canada.
Many thanks again.........Ruth
Added by ruth soder on Aug 25, 2014 7:45 PM
Bruce Watson
Ewart Dye
Hello and thank you for your efforts in getting the headstone photo for Ewart Dye. I'm very grateful and glad for the additional info it shows!

God bless,
Bruce
Added by Bruce Watson on Aug 25, 2014 11:01 AM
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