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I currently am a member of the Toledo Cemetery Association and am the Sexton of the Toledo Cemetery. The Toledo Cemetery has been an interest to me since I lived only a few blocks from the cemetery as young boy and I have always been interested in cemetery's history.|
I am continuing to work on the restoration of the Toledo Cemetery, Toledo, Oregon. This is an on going project. Part of this project is to find and clean or replace the headstones/markers that have become buried or lost over the last more than 125 years. Also to update the cemetery records by trying to verify all of the approximately 2000 burials in the cemetery. The cemetery was listed in 2013 as an Oregon Historical Cemetery.
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|DeMaster||Hallowell gravestones - Eureka Cemetery|
I wish to express my sincere gratitude for photographically preserving the stones of the Hallowell family within Eureka Cemetery. They are a part of a large family. Preserving the family heritage is a passionate hobby & dedication of both mine and my husband's. Thank you for doing your part to preserve history.
Added by DeMaster on Jun 02, 2014 4:21 PM
|Airrow||Johnson Photos, etc.|
Thank you so much for Sadie and Van's photo. I didn't realize that Van had passed so I thank you for the photo and creating a memorial for Van. I just sent you a sac to link him to his parents and I will revise their obituaries and see if I can find one for him. This is greatly appreciated.
Added by Airrow on May 21, 2014 9:24 PM
|Carolyn Hartsell||Velma Rexine Pearce|
Chuck, Rexine is buried in the Toledo Cemetery - #69343506. Would you please add her parents:
James W. Wood - #17846880
Cosioscoe Smith Wood Wessell - #61521083
Thank you for your time and effort. Appreciate
your help. TJ
Added by tjvon on Mar 26, 2014 8:34 AM
|Sheri West||Herbert Sanlon|
Thank you so much for his tombstone photo :)
Thank you for this picture and the information
|Sandykp||Cleaning and fixing old tombstones|
Hi Chuck, can you give me some advice or instructions on how to do this. The old cemetery in our farm country has about 20 stones broken and laying on the ground, can you share any thoughts on where I should start? The township is poor probably no funds, so is there a way I could help inexpensively? Thanks for sharing any tips.
Added by Sandykp on Feb 15, 2014 11:04 PM
Thank you so much for braving the weather and getting a photo for us. I did not know there wasn't a marker. Thank you for marking the grave.
Added by Sandykp on Feb 15, 2014 11:01 PM
|brenda wood||edith Gordon|
Thanks, wow, that was fast.
|Jan Darby||Thomas Jones headstone photo|
Thanks so much for the photograph. Much appreciated!
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