|James Mayfield (#47870338)|
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If anybody knows who the Father of Imogene Bishop Tipaldo-Krieger is please email me. I have been trying to find him and have had no luck, I know his last name is Bishop and had Imogene and her brother Walter with Harriet Fitzgerald Bishop-Marshall.|
Interested in these names: Mayfield, Butts, Benson, Fitzgerald, Marshall, Cupp, Rodgers, Watson, Turner, Kongable/Kongabel, Pinnick, Carter, Bray, Noles and Bishop.
I try add as many records as possible and am not related to many of the people I have added. If you want a transfer just click on Edit and Suggest a Correction and state how you are related and leave your member number. I will gladly transfer and add any info you have.
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|JGM||Streett memorials at North Bend|
Thank you for bringing the duplicate memorials of James F. Streett to my attention. I have corrected the error.
Added by JGM on Jul 06, 2014 3:05 PM
|Jenorv||LeRoy Walker Stiles|
Thank you for creating the memorial and for transfering it.
Added by Jenorv on Jul 04, 2014 7:59 AM
|Keith Garvin||James G Garvin|
James, thank you for putting on Find A Grave the information about my uncle James G. Garvin. I have submitted a picture and the exact dates for his birth and death. At the present I'm trying to find information about his daughter. Over the years we have had no information. His son James W Garvin died in 1960. I have his grave site posted. Again thank you, Keith Garvin
|Mr. Jean Coston||John Shea E|
Please add the obit below.
Former Aberdeen resident and police officer John E. Ehea, 83, of San Luis Obispo, Calif., died Monday, Aug. 24, 1998, at Fallbrook, Calif.
Shea, who lived in Aberdeen from 1946 to 1961 and served under police Chief A. M. "Pat" Gallagher, was born April 30, 1915, at De Witt, Iowa, where he grew up.
He was in the Coast Guard during World War II.
On Sept. 22, 1936, he married Mary Eaton at De Witt. She survives him at San Luis Obispo for 15 years.
Shea was a correctional officer at a state prison in San Luis Obispo for 15 year. He had also been part of the group that formed Hoquiam Plywood, a cooperative.
He enjoyed fishing, especially fly fishing in Alaska, and also liked music, dancing, walking and playing golf.
His memberships included the Morro Bay (Calif.) Dawn Patrol at the Morro Bay Golf Club; Elks lodge No. 322; Aberdeen Legion; Veterians of Wars; Footgrinters: Old Mission Catholic Church at San Lis Obispo and was a past Eagle and Moose member.
In addition to his wife, Mary Ann Hinkle of San Luis Obispo, Sally Homo and Pat Shea, both of Texas; Nancy McSheehy of Fallbrook, Dan of Los Osos, Clif., Steve of Running Springs, Calif., and Robert of Paradise, Calif.; a sister, Bernice McGarry of DeWhitt; 12 grandchildren and one
A funeral Mass took place Aug. 28 in the Old Mission Catholic Church, with burial in the Los Osos Valley Memorial Park at Los Osos. Arrangements were by the Rrela Chaple of
San Luis Obispo.
Memorial contributions are suggisted to Alzheimer's Research, National Office, 919 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Ill. 90611.
Thanks James for the two transfers. Hope you have a great week ahead.
Added by Sheila on Jun 08, 2014 11:44 PM
|The Royal Fish||RE: John T Anderson|
Sorry, no. I don't. I will try to look next time I get by that cemetery.
|Lois A. List||RE: Louise E. McGill|
Yes, that would be nice. Thank you!
|Lois A. List||Louise E. McGill|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph headstones in Maryland. I just found the one of my mother. Much appreciated!
|Andy Tarburton||Codorus Cemetery|
Got that Hartman picture. Small memorial, 2nd tier of the cemetery, just off the path, a couple of cats around it. Would have been tough to spot with any snow.
|Dennis Brandt||Gottlob Wildermuth photo|
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