|Ida Baker (#46603520)|
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|I have been researching my family history for about 10 years and still have a long ways to go. I have doing my moms and dads family and have kind of ran into to a short laps in getting it done. I have family in Ore, Pa, and NJ.|
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|N.L. Moore||Maud King Brown 10972782|
OOPS. I am gllm and do my husband's computer work for him. Sent the first message from my own Find A Grave account-- that's the reason for the cute little girl. He is actually a big strong man, haha Anyway, he thanks you for your good work TWICE!
|GLLinmanMoore||Maud King Brown 10972782|
Thank you so much for making edits to Maud and George Downer Brown. They were favorite Aunt and Uncle. Had no children but loved by all. Both from very early Oregon Pioneer families. One of these days I may write a short bio. Regards N. L. Moore
Thank you so much for the transfers! I keep telling people about how helpful you Find a Grave volunteers are. Without their help, my tree would be wimpy.
Added by peechee on Jul 16, 2015 9:50 AM
|Doug||Josephin L Gurney|
I was wondering if you would transfer her to me ?
#9671029. this is my grandmother. thanks. Walt
Added by Doug on Jun 11, 2015 3:27 PM
|Heather Bowers||At. Joseph Catholic Cemetery|
This is your Lane cousin Heather W. Bowers. I see you are managing the Mosher Family. Lafayette and Winifred Lane Mosher are my second great grand parents. When I lived in Oregon I remember visiting the families graves there. I would love to manage the Mosher's graves if you don't mine.
Heather W. Bowers
|Sandra Hannan||Roy and Faye Darby|
Roy and Faye Darby are my parents and I would like to manage there memorials if you would be willing to transfer them to me. They are both in the Tenmile cementary.
Sandra Darby Hannan
|Dolores J. Rush||Alvah Churchill #9555905|
You can find more information on the Churchill family in "History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County Illinois." by John Carroll Power and his wife. Additional material by Grace D. Bales. Springfield, IL, 1970. pp. 198-200. You can obtain this book by inter-library loan. It has 4 children listed.
Thank you for posting the photograph of my parents' gravestone.
I really appreciate your time!
Added by rtr1945 on Mar 15, 2015 10:10 AM
|Carol Harmon||Carrie Hill|
Thank you for the transfer
|Carol Harmon||Carrie E Hurd Hill|
She is buried at the Reed Hill Pioneer Cemetery in Wilbur, Douglas, Oregon
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