|Chris Bergstrom (#46610666)|
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My name is Christopher Scott Bergstrom, I have family buried in Fir Lawn Cemetery and Buxton Community Cemetery. I currently manage only a few memorials for my family, but i would be happy to contribute in supplying some photo requests for those two Cemetery's.|
R.I.P. Grandpa We Love and Miss You More Everyday!
My Great Great Grandparents are Joseph Albert Smith & Mintie Bell Warren, Carmel Edward Hartman & Mytle Jo Wykle, William Robert Rand & Audie Mae Isom, Eual Glen Sewell Smith & Allie Dee Gibson, and Thomas Willenbring & Mary Katherine Kolb
*Some Great Great Grandparents i need Information for....
My Great Grandparents are William Alva Smith & Martha Ellen Hartman, Retha Eula Rand & Leo Glen Smith, Edward Leib and Mildred Alice Purnell, George David Bergstrom & Martha Willenbring
My Grandparents are James Dale Smith & Ellen Audie Smith, George David Bergstrom II & Mary Frances Leib
If you have any information on my relatives it would be greatly appreciated and i would love if you could transfer them over to my care...
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|malinda james||great great granparents|
Hi Chris. William Andrew isom and Octa Arene King were my grandfather Hoyd Isoms mom and dad. I have been doing research on them also. I have been trying to see if Octa had a roll number. She was full blooded Cherokee indian and he was German. I know Williams parents were german as well. My aunt has pictures of them as well. I plan on making copies if I ever get to go see her soon. I have some information but id always like more. Any help would be appreciated. Sincerely, Malinda James (Isom)
|Dick H.||Re: Florian Lachowitzer|
The memorial has been updated. Thanks for the info.
Added by Dick H. on Sep 20, 2013 7:29 PM
|Sharon Gallagher Smith||Rowland|
Thanks for adding the picture. Any pictures you want to add is fine.
Josephine is buried between Elizabeth Davis and Susan Davis. There is another Josephine Davis (1852-1910) buried a row over, beside a Jacob Davis.
I am no relation to Mr. Purnell. Please let me know if you would like the memorial transferred to your care.
Added by Jane on Sep 02, 2013 7:21 AM
|Kim A. Beaudoin||RE: Sophie Catherine Stanley|
I was out of town, and just returned last night. I posted the pictures for Martin Stanley this morning. Have a great day.
|Mona Rhone||Mary Cogswell|
I have added your information to her memorial. Let me know if you would like me to transfer the memorial to you. I always like to see them with family.
She is buried in a single grave which is nearly impossible to find in this particular cemetery, or I would offer to take a picture of her marker.
|William Kazupski||RE: Leib Family|
Any photos I have taken and posted can be used by anybody. I take them so others can use them.
As for info about burials... let me know what you are looking for and I will ascertain it for you.
|Karen Sipe||David Bergstrom - Washeli Cemetery|
Chris the map issued by the cemetery to help locate David's specific place of burial, says Kenneth Bergstrom and Alice Engebretson were the lot owners. Perhaps this will help. Alice is buried in the same lot. However, I do not remember seeing a stone. In fact she would be right next Kenneth who is next to David with Kenneth's large memorial stone set back from the row of headstones.
The cemetery is very helpful but it would be best if you called given the information you know about the various Bergstroms. This is not an all-together unique name here in Seattle.
Best of luck
|Jan Fenter||RE: Roseann Volk|
Since sometime in the 1960's, Willamette National Cemetery has been burying the remains of the veteran and their spouse in the same grave or niche. This is true of cremated remains either placed in a niche or in ground. From what I was told, by a person in their office, the family now only gets one location (grave, or niche) for burial of the veteran and their spouse. Whomever dies first, if it is an in ground burial, is placed far enough down to allow for their spouse to be buried on top. For cremated remains, the niche is large enough to contain the ashes of the veteran and the spouse. This allows for only one location given to the family. Prior to the 1960's, burials of the veteran and their spouse were usually side by side, which gave the family two spaces. Sometimes the children, who have not reached the age of majority, especially if they died very young, were placed in the same family grave. Therefore, I checked Roseann's husband's plot to see if the marker was being changed to add her name, but it wasn't.
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