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foxhull (#47116536)
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Bio Photo I have enjoyed genealogy ever since Dad and I got the bug back in the '80s. My sister and I have now taken over where Dad left off. I have never been able to spend as much time as I would like. Slow but sure - I guess. Find-a-grave is an incredible asset to genealogical research. It is amazing to watch it grow. I love being able to link family members buried all over the country as time and migration progressed.
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Natalie
RE: Charles H Meamber
I'm a recent transplant to Idaho, so my climate isn't too familiar yet. I've only been here a year, but so far, I'll take it over the brutal winters we had in Utah, which is were we moved from. I grew up in a little town in the Bay Area, and I don't think we ever had heat like this! I've lived all over, but I've finally found a place that I never want to leave!

No rush on coming up with graves that you need photographs of. I'm not going anywhere. A friend and I are working to photograph all of Normal Hill, so it will eventually be done. If there are any other cemeteries that you have family buried in, and need a photo, just let me know. If I can get to them, I'll take pictures! I'm an hour east from Lewiston, and like traveling around to see the area. If I can stop at a cemetery along the way, it's even better!
Added by Natalie on Aug 03, 2014 2:50 PM
Natalie
RE: Charles H Meamber
I guess it is nice then, that he is buried near family, if he died a long way from home.

Any other photos you need from the cemetery? I don't get to the city all that often, but will look for any that you may need. I'm hoping to get back there this week, if it cools down some. It's been too hot to do anything here lately, but we had a cool front yesterday, and it was only in the upper 90s!

Natalie
Added by Natalie on Aug 02, 2014 3:16 PM
Natalie
RE: Charles H Meamber
You're very welcome! I took the photos in order, down the row, and from the photo that was posted previously, I don't think that is where his stone is. He is between the stones for Anna & Elmer Minkler (double stone), and Frank D. Boice. The double stone for Anna and Elmer is much longer than what is shown in that picture. I'm glad it was found.

Natalie
Added by Natalie on Aug 02, 2014 2:16 PM
the moo
RE: Daniel Ludwick # 18367018 photo
History of the 101st regiment, Pennsylvania veteran volunteer infantry 1861-1865 (1910)
Author: Reed, John A., 1845-; Dickey, Luther S. Luther Samuel), b. 1846
Publisher: Chicago, L.S. Dickey & Co.

this photo is on page 48 with his "biographical sketch on page 49

the book, in its entirety, is available here:

http://archive.org/details/historyof101stre00reed
Added by the moo on Aug 09, 2013 7:10 AM
RobMinteer57
Mrs E A Christie
I should probably delete mine, then, shouldn't I, since she's not buried there?
Added by RobMinteer57 on Jul 25, 2012 8:51 PM
K Wickman
RE: Fox
You're welcome. I also added a Freddie Laning who was next to Kittie Laning, and a John and Grace Fox, just in case they were related to the other Foxes.
I've also put them up on Billion Graves, although I'm not sure they are up yet.
Kim
Added by K Wickman on Mar 01, 2012 10:24 AM
Brenda Billups Dodson
Elizabeth Ann Fine Hill
Thank you for providing the links to Elizabeth's parents. If you are interested in the Hill family I recommend you get the two diaries/journals written by two of the sisters during their journey to Ashland and during their early years there, they are facinating reading. The Library at Southern Oregon has them on file and I believe they can be checked out. There is also a book on file there that was written by one of the Hill family descendants, about their journey and their contributions to early Oregon history.
Added by Brenda Billups Dodson on Sep 18, 2011 10:21 AM
 

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