|Ellen Notbohm (#47025026)|
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Every life matters. As an author and researcher, I've been the beneficiary of the knowledge and assistance of thousands of historians and genealogists. I try never to miss an opportunity to pay these favors forward.|
You are welcome to share my photos among family members. Photo credit is appreciated but not required.
Accuracy is important to me. If you spot errors, please let me know *respectfully.* If you send me additional information to add to memorials, INCLUDE YOUR SOURCE/DOCUMENTATION. If you submit edits without documentation, expect that I will take time to check your info, and that may slow processing considerably. I welcome edits but am only able to process them as my work and family obligations allow. Please do not send frivolous, tomato-tomahto edits; I will decline them. Examples: Section 1 vs Sec 01, Baby vs Infant, middle name with or without period. Thanks for understanding.
A word about bios: the word "biography" means the story of a life, not just the story of the moment of someone's death. I wouldn't want myself or my loved ones defined by that, so I believe it's a matter of respect that if memorials include information about a person's cause of death, they also include information about the much bigger story of their life. As such, I choose not to include information about deaths only, particularly when they are salacious, such as accidents, suicides, fires, executions, murders, etc. I have made occasional exceptions but for the most part, I follow Find a Grave guidelines: “The bio should not look like a case file. Graphic bios are not acceptable.”
I also decline to post information from copyrighted sources (most books and some obituary sources) but can usually post directions to your source.
I'm happy to refer you to other Oregon resources as well.
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Hello: I have seen your memorials of Morris Jacobs and his family in Portland's Jewish Cemetary in findagrave.com.
All memorials have fotos of the tombstones, except that of Sarah and Eda Jacobs. Do you know if these tomstones dont exist? or its just there is no photo of them?
Thanks very much, your work is very useful for our family! Santiago Eder
|Anonymous||Homer and Rosa Fawbush|
Thank you so much for the photos of Homer and Rosa's gravestone. They helped solve a couple of questions concerning middle names and birth dates.
Keep up the good work!
|A Perry||Sidney and Gussie Cooper Headstone|
Thanks so much for the beautiful photograph of the headstone of Sidney and Gussie Cooper! It is so kind of you to take photos for FindAGrave!
Ann Perry and family
Added by A Perry on Jul 13, 2016 2:07 PM
|Brian Hitchcock||James Steel|
And thank you for the James Steel headstone shot as well!
|Brian Hitchcock||Mary Steel|
Thank you very much for photographing Mary Fletcher Ladd Steele's headstone.
|Wendy Kelso Whiteman||Lillian Ball Whiteman|
Thank you for the Plot Picture.
|Nancy Hagood||Pyllis Artditi Stewart|
Thank you so much for quickly getting this picture. very nice.
|Amy Caddell||James K. Caddell|
|Linda Albrecht Maret and Gary A Maret||David and Beulah Kuntz|
Hi Ellen, Thank you so much for the pictures for David and Ellen. I really appreciate you doing these. They are my husband's second cousins. Thanks again. Linda Maret
Thank you so much for taking time for me. My daughter tried for a long time to find. We appreciate this very much.
Added by June on Mar 25, 2016 5:03 PM
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