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Bonnie Starkey (#46938502)
 member for 8 years, 11 months, 8 days
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As part of my interest in family history, I became interested in visiting cemeteries where my ancestors were buried. To capture the information contained on the tombstones I took photos for personal use. When I discovered Find A Grave several years ago, I decided to share photos whenever I can. Although I would love to visit and photograph all the cemeteries where I have ancestors, time doesn't permit it. But, when I have a chance, I photograph as many tomobstones as possible in the hope that someone who can't visit the cemetery will benefit. If you find one of your ancestors among the tombstones I've added, and if they are not one of my ancestors, I will gladly transfer management upon request.
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 • 299 Memorials Added
 • 289 Memorials Managed
 • 1 Memorial/week
 • 368 Photos
 • 3 Volunteer Photos Taken
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Karen Jeffreys
Louis Starkey
Just thought I would mention I have seen Lewis and Louis Starkey spellings. The photo of the headstone is Louis.
Thanks for all your work
Karen Jeffreys
Added by Karen Jeffreys on Dec 17, 2015 1:35 PM
Shirley H
Rosalie Nudo Perryman
Hi, Bonnie, Shirley here, getting all prepared for Memorial Day. Just checking all the Nudo memorials to be sure all the plot locations are entered. All the Nudos in Willamette Nat'l have their plot locations except Rosalie. Could you edit her profile to show Plot: Section EE4 site 1778. Thanks. I'll be going there Saturday to get pictures of all the grave markers of the Nudo clan.
Added by Shirley H on May 03, 2015 6:03 PM
RE: Hans and Caroline Peterson photos
Hi Bonnie,
I've transferred the memorials of your g-g-grandparents to you. I'm happy they've found a home with family. I'm not related, but had to post their beautiful headstone, especially since it had their photo in it. I just happened by it as I was hunting for some of my own ancestors in the same cemetery.
~ Terri
Added by NDTerri on Sep 26, 2014 12:24 AM
S Meyer
Carrie Olson
Thank you so much for the transfer, much appreciated.

S Meyer
Added by S Meyer on Apr 29, 2014 11:07 AM
S Meyer
Kari Olson
Hi Bonnie,
Was wondering if you could transfer Kari Olson to me her number is #21712270. My number is #47360566. She was married to my great grandfather. When she died he married again. Would really appreciate the transfer.


S Meyer
Added by S Meyer on Apr 28, 2014 5:31 PM
John Reeder
RE: Day 2 on Foxwell Cemetery
Hi Bonnie,
The name is fine and it is too difficult to correct cemetery names. I will ask the administration to provide an AKA. You added people that were not on the cemetery list and that was because they died after the cemetery was enumerated in about 1967. Great photos, keep up the good work.
Added by John Reeder on Mar 20, 2014 9:53 PM
John Reeder
Day 2 on Foxwell Cemetery
Hello Bonnie,
I finished all of the entries today. Your photos are great. I am kind of wondering though, did you photograph every stone in the cemetery? I had to enter quite a few names and seems like their stones should have been there. Hmmmm . . .
Added by John Reeder on Mar 19, 2014 9:31 PM
John Reeder
Martin Foxwell Farm Cemetery
I started entering the names from Tombstone Records of Dorchester County for this cemetery and after a few hours of work, discovered that you had already posted many of the occupants in your Foxwell Family Cemetery. That is good, but there are still quite a few names to enter and in particular the father/grandfather of most of the Foxwells you posted. Unfortunately, this is not truly the Foxwell Family Cemetery, there are Foxwells all over the county, it is truly the Martin Foxwell Farm Cemetery because it is almost 100% his family. For instance the first person listed in the Tombstone Records book is William S. Robinson Foxwell, the first child born to Martin and his first wife, Eliza(beth) HAYWARD who was initially buried in the nearby Levin Asbury Insley Farm Cemetery and then moved, I suppose after the Foxwell cemetery was established. The second wife of Martin, Mary Virginia CANNON, is buried there, but is not on your listing. There is a Mary Virginia Foxwell buried there, but she is the wife of Martin's son by Mary Virginia Cannon, Thomas Leonard Foxwell. Anyway, I will add the other occupants and get together with you to do any necessary corrections and get the family links established. I am glad you have the cemetery already established with about 80% of the names already there; I will provide an AKA to take care of the other name. Regards.
John LeCompte Reeder
Added by John Reeder on Mar 18, 2014 5:26 PM
Carrie and Allen
Kirk transfers
Thanks so much for your generosity in transferring these records, I appreciate it!
Added by Carrie and Allen on Jun 24, 2013 7:47 PM
Martin Burrell
Robert H Crawford

I have sent several change requests through the normal channels. Do hope that you are able to respond in a normal time frame of some sort.

Hoping to hear back from you soon.

Respectively, These people were Early Oregonians
having made the west journey in 1852. His doctor patient relationship was greatly missed by the pioneers reaching the Willamette Valley.

Looking forward, Martin
Added by Martin Burrell on Mar 26, 2012 1:05 PM
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