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ChuckNorris (#46884447)
 member for 9 years, 10 months, 29 days
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Bio Photo Men are like steel. When they lose their temper, they lose their worth.
~~ Chuck Norris ~~

FAG has changed its policy regarding member copyright. Though I don't like that they did not continue to protect the copyright of their contributors in regards to usage there is not much I can do about it. I STILL retain copyright to my photos and do not give permission for them to be republished in any form. That means NO to FamilySearch, that means NO to your personal webpage, that means NO to any other use by you other than attaching to your private family tree in your private family tree files on your computer. You may not use my photos to publish your book, send to family etc.

Whether you understand or agree with me about this matter or not, I have the right to make that choice for my work. I will not argue copyright with you.

***Transfer Request Rules LINK***
Please use the edit tab at the top right of the memorial you are referring to when sending updates, links and transfer requests.
(Please take the time to read the transfer request rules by following the link above). For the most part, I adhere to the transfer guidelines. I do NOT add link to a burial unknown memorial. This is FINDAGRAVE folks! Not "List Everyone Who Ever Died"!

CULLY MEMORIAL Cully may have some un-photographed stone due to heavy coverage of bushes, vines, Iris etc. I did my best but this was a hard one.


NOTE: FAG FAQ say not to add cut and paste obituaries. In trying to comply with this rule I have turned down adding obituaries that have been sent to me. It has become apparent that FAG is adding these obits when people send them to edit@. Since FAG admins are adding I will too. Remove the names of the living before sending the obituary per FAG's "other" rule and the obituary must have attribution too.

NOTE 2: Before there was a rule against it. I added many obituary scans to memorials from our local newspaper from the early 1900. I have now attempted to go back and transcribe all of these into the bio area. Unfortunately it is very difficult to find ones that are not on my own memorials. If you find one please bring it to my attention and I will transcribe it and send it to the memorial manager. Thank you for your help.
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Drew McKerlie
RE: Donna M Bonner Franke
Her parents are Frank and Ida, haven't found them as of yet. The only Bonners in th Cemetery I can see are younger so maybe a nephew and or cousin. No luck finding them on Ancestry with a quick search although
Added by Drew McKerlie on Dec 03, 2016 11:26 AM
Drew McKerlie
RE: Donna M Bonner Franke
It's quite possibly a cenotaph as she was married twice but the other memorial is 94721504
Added by Drew McKerlie on Dec 02, 2016 7:53 PM
Rebecca Sheehan-Plotkin
Stella Aspend #38615475
I read the old newspapers at the Library of Congress website daily. Today, I ran across a wedding announcement for Lloyd Dodson and Hazel Aspend. Hazel is the daughter of Stella Aspend. I don't find a memorial for Lloyd or Hazel here on F-A-G, so I thought I would send this link along to you, in case this was a family member for you. Little glimpses into the lives of those memorialized to me is fascinating, and family members may not have the details the little newspaper stories give. This appeard in the Colville Examiner (Colville, WA) on 12/2/1916.

Added by Rebecca Sheehan-Plotkin on Dec 02, 2016 1:43 PM
Helen Currie
RE: William Estey
William Dell Estey Jr. was named after his father William Dell Estey Sr. who was a School Master in New Brunswick, Canada. His mother is Margaret (nee McDonald).
Both his parents died before he moved to the USA.

In 1891 William is living with Arthur McDonald (possibly related from his mother's side)

His sister Eliza Estey went to live with Mrs Charlotte J (nee Estey) Hartt the 2nd wife of David Hartt in New Brunswick.

Added by Helen Currie on Dec 01, 2016 4:27 AM
Chad Eugene Schneider
Fieldon Logsdon
Hi there,
I know that the Redwood section has a lot of burials without markers and I can take a look. For the record (not sure which is correct) but I have the name spelled as: Fielden Logsden
Added by Chad Eugene Schneider on Nov 30, 2016 11:29 PM
Helen Currie
RE: William Estey
I will look to see if I can fit the pieces together today. The Land records from New Brunswick may have those answers.
Added by Helen Currie on Nov 30, 2016 1:33 PM
Discover Family Heritage
Transfer of management
Thank you Mr. Norris on the information on editing and transfer of an individual. I appreciate all the work you've done for FindAGrave.
Added by Discover Family Heritage on Nov 27, 2016 11:24 AM
Helen Currie
RE: William Estey
Yes you are right, Sorry my mistake, the lighting on the photo is poor and my eyes were tired. My Records were showing William Dell Estey 1870-1939. not William Dale Estey which was what you had. Glad you caught my error as now it fits perfect with what I have. Thanks and Cheers!
Added by Helen Currie on Nov 24, 2016 5:10 AM
Dorothy Hinkey
RE: Removal of Headstone photo
Thank you for your consideration.
Added by Dorothy Hinkey on Oct 30, 2016 8:28 AM
Willard Glover McMullin
Originated from an Island off midcoast Maine, McMullin also (first) married Mary Richards, Martha's sister. Mary had a few babies, but all died. She died in Winter Quarters on route to Utah. Martha and Mary Ann Holmes were both his wives at the same time and had each quite a few children who survived. From what I understand, the town he helped build is now a ghost town. A shame. I guess he was a mason and build 2 homes (one for each wife) and helped with building up the town as well. I am from the Richards family and still live in Camden, (mainland, in Midcoast Maine), the town the Richards brothers founded and built up in the 1700s. Mary and Martha's father was half Native American.
Added by Helgerquest on Oct 28, 2016 10:47 PM
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