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I'm a 29-year-old archaeologist. I've been researching my family history for years, probably since middle school, but a lot of my family lived in the Midwest, so I've never been able to visit their graves.|
I've been working on photographing and entering all the headstones from Weston Cemetery in Weston, Oregon. Even for a small cemetery, it's quite the process.
Please use the edit tab to submit corrections regarding any of my entries.
Please note that I am not an employee of any cemetery. I am a volunteer attempting to photo document an entire cemetery. Maintenance of headstones beyond the clearing away of grass and debris is beyond the scope of my efforts. If you have a problem with cemetery maintenance, please contact the cemetery sexton.
As per the Find A Grave FAQ, "Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations, this would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents. Keep in mind that the original contributor may also be related to the memorial and may not want to make the transfer. You may certainly request the transfer of memorials beyond the four generations, but the original contributor may choose not to transfer (the original contributor should make any corrections and add any additional information you have for that memorial, such as links to parents and spouses). Bulk surname requests should not be made."
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|Treva Poe||McCullough 51446232|
Thank you for the additions and links.
Hi there Amy,
I am running out of kind words for you. I appreciate the transfer of Uncle Jess...you were fast too. All I can say is you exemplify what this site is all about...discovery, notations and sharing.
Thank you friend...
|Cristi||RE: Daniel O'Harra|
Wow, Amy, thank you! That's great!!
Added by Cristi on Jan 03, 2013 9:25 AM
|Greg B||RE: Sarah Ohler|
Thank you much Amy
Added by Greg B on Jan 03, 2013 2:03 AM
|Greg B||Sarah Ohler|
I know it's been 5 years since you took the photo, but I was wondering if you happen to have a photo that is more detailed of the headstone for Sarah Ohler #22360581. I would like to be able to read the headstone easier. This is not a request for you to take another photo. I don't want you to have to go to the trouble. Just wondering.
Added by Greg B on Jan 01, 2013 8:15 AM
wow, that was fast. Thanks for transferring Eliza Gale, you're a gem!
|Marcia vonGunden||Transfers X2|
As always, a big shout out to you for your help...THANK YOU...for the transfer of both Mary Staggs and Eunice Cable. I'll be working on OUR memorials ASAP.
Happy Holidays friend,
|Michael Friedel||Senn surname|
I saw your posting to John Senn. You and I might be cousins. I am a great grandnephew of Barbara Weis (1877-1945) who married Anton A. Senn (1876-1954). They lived in Des Moines, Iowa.
|Shelley Deal||RE: Re: Mason Gibbons|
Was your aunt Melba Repman? I think she was a Roley. Big family and lots of descendants. Generations are also thrown way off age wise. I believe you are in the age range of my kids, 24 to 35, yet in the same generation as my dad who is 85! Mason was his great, great grandfather. It's fun to stay in touch with extended family. You don't happen to have any information regarding what Jacob Gibbons (Mason's brother) died of at age 21? He is the first grave in the pioneer cemetery but no one in my family ever knew his cause of death. Good hearing from you Amy.
Thank you very much for the photos of my great-great-grandparents' headstones (Daniel O'Harra and Clarissa Gart O'Harra). I deeply appreciate your efforts.
If you find your way back to that cemetery and you have a moment, could you possibly take a look at the base of Daniel O'Harra's headstone and tell me what is printed there? It looks like script. Or do you have a higher resolution photograph? This is very important to me, for personal reasons.
Added by Cristi on Jul 11, 2012 2:31 PM
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