|Patricia Edmonds (#48053541)|
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I am an avid genealogist and an outdoors photographer. I have oft wondered who provides the photographs that end up on my pages. This opportunity to explore cemeteries, the outdoors and take photographs was just too good to be true. I am looking forward to exploring and hunting for markers for others who love family history as much as I do.|
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|Mary Ann Woloschuk||Gravestone photos @St. Anthony Cemetery|
My name is mary ann woloschuk today I was on Find A Grave site looking at page for my parents who are buried at St. Anthony cemetary in Tigard, Or. I did no request photos of the headstone. Would you be kind enough to let me know who requested the photos. My parent names are Daniel and Mary Woloschuk. It was a bit embrassing to see the pictured, because the headstones are dirty. I have not had a chance to wash them.
Thank you kindly for your assistance.
Mary Ann Woloschuk
|Tammy Wild||Hayesville Cemetery - Salem|
Thanks for the updated gravestone photos. Are you connected to anyone at Hayesville Cemetery?
Thank you for posting the photo of Cathryn Swanson's marker (#97943945). Would it be OK with you if I post your photo, with credit, to my Ancestry.com family tree?
Added by Sue on Nov 21, 2013 9:03 PM
Thanks for adding the photos.
|Annette Foster Ditto||RE: Ernest Crichton|
|Anonymous||Dale W. Hanson|
If you like you can transfer. Would like a pic of the whole stone. thanks
|Anonymous||Dale M. Hanson|
Do you happen to have a whole pic of the stone.
Are you related?
Do you have a copy of obit.?
I'm glad you made the effort. I drove past his farm once with my father and we thought about stopping and asking. He knew the name of the owner since he has worked with farmers in the valley his whole life running agricultural trials, but it didn't seem obvious that he was home.
My 4th great-grandfather there is Lawrence Boggs. I remember reading a story when the cemetery was rediscovered in the 1930's that said Lawrence had a wooden marker there that was partially decomposed, so unless someone made a new one, his would be unmarked now. The Caroline Cochran that you couldn't find was one of his daughters and I believe his youngest son David is in that cemetery too. Now that I think of it, I think his granddaughter Missouri Ann Boggs is also there.
Lawrence was only in Oregon about 3 years - he came out with David from Missouri after his first wife died and he remarried. His son Thomas, my ancestor, is buried in Albany.
|Matthew Brewster||Caroline Cochran|
Thank you for taking the time to search for her marker at Harris Cemetery. I see you pointed me to a note for Elizabeth, but I must not have made that request since I didn't see the note. I'm supposed to have a 4th great grandfather there, but it's on private property and probably not in good shape.
|Bob Guthery||Picture of J H Humphreys Memorial|
Patricia Edmonds, we thank you very much for the picture of Josephs tombstone. He is my wifes' gr gr uncle, and you've helped her fill a blank in her family tree. We are very grateful for your kind assistance and efforts. Bob
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