|Arthur Allen "Art" Moore III (#46828136)|
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Our "proposed burial" site:|
Link to my memorial page
Link to Lamia's Memorial Page
You are free to use all photos and material I have posted for your personal use and enjoyment. (noncommercial use only, please) Credit is nice but it is not why I do this!
PLEASE - PLEASE -- For transfer or correction request, please go to the subject's memorial and use the "edit" tab (Upper Right) and use "Suggest a Correction". Please DO NOT post correction
in the "Message" area below. Thank you.
My interest in cemeteries, especially those located in Eastern Washington and Oregon, is a result of my original family research in other areas of the country.
The value of finding a tombstone of a lost family member is often "huge" in ones own quest for family history.
The photos I have placed here are done so in the hope they may help others as they discover their roots and family connections.
Arthur Allen MOORE III - Born: 4 MARCH 1947 in Bakersfield (Oildale), Kern County, California to Arthur Allen MOORE Jr. & Constance Aline BRYANT MOORE
Military: U.S. Navy Seabees (1966-1970), Vietnam 1968-69 with CBMU301
Listed on 1971 Creek Indian Census #10685
Muscogee Creek Indian Citizen, Roll Number 71070
"Those who take no interest in the deeds of their ancestors are not likely to do anything worthy to be remembered by their descendants." (Unknown)
"A people which takes no pride in the noble achievements of remote ancestors will never achieve anything worthy to be remembered with pride by remote descendants." -Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay
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Barbara Wineing..., Betty from OR, Bill M, Bonnie, Carmen (Mildenb..., Carolyn Y Lowe ..., Carrie and Alle..., Dan & Barbara, Dean Hirst, Kim & Bill Wil..., Mike, Mindy Adamson-W..., NEIL CAMERON /..., Pam R., ReconnectNow, Zuzu*s Petals
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|Dean Hirst||Henry Klipstein|
Henry is not at Greenlawn, but is at Union. Checked today both places. Why don't you keep your memorial and just transfer cemeteries, it will be easier that way. Just let know and I will delete mine. Dean
|Jackie||RE: Correction to Richard G. Keyes|
Thank you for the correction.
Added by Jackie on Dec 01, 2013 10:18 AM
|Dean Hirst||Jesse Cuddeback|
You gave me some conflicting info on the corrections for Jesse. Who is Francis Tungate (you indicated she was his mother)? And, Jesse's fathers middle name is Clinton.
|Jackie||Correction to Richard G. Keyes|
You have Mary L. Keyes (1866 - 1957) as Richard G. Keyes parent. However, she is his grandmother.
His mother is Ella Henrietta Bond Keyes.
Added by Jackie on Dec 01, 2013 12:14 AM
|Ellie's Grandma||Dr Kathryn Ellis|
Thank you very much for your contributions to her memorial!
Find A Grave Memorial# 111851858
|Sabrina K. Combs||Abercrombie Transfers|
Hi Art. I'm way behind on my thank yous. I wanted to thank you for the Abercrombie memorial transfers (Bowdon Baptist Church). I'm working on a biography for Nancy, and I hope to get it up soon. I'll get up a short biography for her son, also. I appreciate all of the hard work that you do at findagrave. Thanks again.
|Zuzu*s Petals||RE: Union Cemetery|
Glad to see this! I haven't been able to work on the Potter's Field for about 18 months now. My mother has suffered with Alzheimer's this past 6 years and has been the worst these past two years. I have been one of one of her caregivers. She just recently passed away; so, perhaps I will be able to start again. Unless it's been finished up which would be wonderful. The most important thing is that it is done and they are remembered.
Cheers - Kathie
|Jim Estes||Barbara Jean Martin|
Thank you for the transfer, it is very appreciated.
|Don Lynch||OTTO BRANT|
Thank you for the updates. Do you have a memorial number for Mrs. Brant so that I can link her? Don
|Daisy||Thanks for the story of William Hightower|
There was so many clippings in the papers back then that I seen but I didn't see this one. Some how I'm related to Father Patrick Heslin (can't figure that out) and knew of this story and wondered what happen to William Hightower. I was shocked to see he lived to be about 94. If you read some of the other articles of this case it was the first to used forensic stuff like about the sand at the beach was the same as the sand at Hightower house, and the writing of the ransom note was that like some one who was a baker and I guess it was also the first time they used the lie detector. I read that last part about the lie detector in a story someone wrote in 2012. Just kinda neat.
Added by Daisy on Nov 24, 2013 1:27 AM
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