|Linda Jenkins Werts (#47016781)|
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My interest in genealogy began 64 years ago when I followed my mother's and grandmother's conversations as they traced relationships of their friends and family. |
My memorials are family members, then relatives of relatives. My childhood piano teacher and other early settlers, friends of my parents and grandparents were next. Being from a small Nebraska town, this can be quite involved. But interesting. Very interesting.
As a Find A Grave photo volunteer for Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery, I sometimes stumble - literally - over a neglected or forgotten grave marker. I add information or create memorials for the lives I discover in this way.
Please make additions/corrections through EDIT>Suggest a Correction or Provide Additional Information options on the memorial page
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|Bobby||RE: Whitmores in Port Hudson Nat'l Cemetery|
Added by Bobby on Mar 28, 2015 7:57 PM
|J Edwards||RE: thank you infant Muir at POrtland Pioneer cemetery|
I just checked with a real person at Metro. Thank you!
|J Edwards||I meant Lone Fir cemetery!|
|J Edwards||thank you infant Muir at POrtland Pioneer cemetery|
I really appreciate your efforts. I will check with the cemetery to confirm that this child was interred there. Thanks again
|Charles Smith||Lovejoy markers|
I am sorry for the wild goose chase I sent you on in regards to the Lovejoy markers. I do thank you for your time and effort and will mark them in my tree as unmarked graves.
|Charles Smith||RE: Maude Lovejoy photo request|
The only information I have is Plot: G - L 21-22 S-. This was listed by VDR the creator of the Memorial on Find A Grave. Her sister is Mabel D. Lovejoy in sec 25, Lot 18 grave 15 I need a photo of her marker if possible. There grandmother is also buried in Lone Fir her name is Emma L. Gentry I have her marker she is in Sec 19 Lot 3 GIN according to Linda Jenkins Werts creator of her memorial. Don't spend too much time looking for the markers.
Thank you for your time and patience.
|L M||RE: P H Redmond|
Thanks so much for your efforts--do you know if there were any pictures in the articles you viewed? That would be great to see. Also, did you do the cleanup around the grave yourself? Someone really unearthed a treasure, and the work is appreciated.
Added by L M on Mar 17, 2015 9:47 AM
|Chuck Black||James Alexander Black, Lone Fir Pioneer|
He died a year after my birth. For James and all his 100+ namesakes I am researching, thank you! You are truly one of God's angels . . .
Your colleague, Chuck
|Sherry Hess||Eli Debord|
Thank you for the information, I have updated his memorial.
|Elaine Replogle||RE: Thomas Rufus Goodell|
I do not, but I will introduce myself! :)
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