|Tom Kermen (#46544004)|
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Born in Ellensburg, WA in 1946. Lived in South Cle Elum, WA until 1967. Got married and out of the Navy in 1971. Worked in the financial industry for 37 years. Now retired in Aloha, OR.|
I am NOT related to most of the people that I have added and/or placed a photo of their grave site and do not have any additional information. Some people are buried in an unmarked grave. If you have an obituary or a biography you want added, send me an email with "Find A Grave" in the subject line to avoid having the email deleted.
If you are also a contributor on Find A Grave, I can now transfer ownership of your relative's site with your contributor ID number. You will then have complete ownership and control.
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|Bill E. Doman||Jennie (Whitworth) Kermen|
Hi Tom: I really appreciate you recent entry on your Mother, Jennie, and express my condolences for you and your family. In reviewing the John Thomas Whitworth/Jennie(Bennett)Whitworth of Chesterfield, Idaho Cemetery Memorials I have a question you might help me with. I took photos of the Memorials and added one I had missed earlier. It is of Thomas Edward Whitworth who is referred to as a twin boy, which I think, may be your Mothers twin who died the same day as their Mother, Jennie (Bennett) Whitworth. Am I correct in this analysis of the family or can you correct me on this. Another visitor has this Thomas Edward Whitworth's Mother being John Thomas Whitworth's first wife Catherine Muir. The dates of marriages and children you have
entered in your Bio's. support Jennie as the correct Mother of Thomas Edward which I believe is the true relationship.
I am not a relative of either but would like to keep the records as accurate as possible. If you can shed any light on this I would surely be grateful.
P.S. My wife and I also graduated from good old Poky High and attended Idaho State College (many years ago, 1948-1956). Have a great week.
|Jan Grant||RE: Charles Edward Taylor|
I have posted the photo of his headstone.
|Jan Grant||Charles Edward Taylor|
Hello Tom. I have taken a photo of Mr. Taylor's headstone at Willamette National Cemetery. Would you be ok with me posting it on his memorial?
|TAYLOR||RE: Wohlschlegel Information|
Check the grave for William b. 1848 d. 1904, the memorial dates are incorrect with the stone provided. The children are his according to the stones dates, not the memorial dates. I have requested the person managing the memorial to update it. Thanks.
Added by TAYLOR on Aug 30, 2012 3:12 PM
|Gwen Nolte||RE: Gordon Wesley Logan, Sr.|
He was already linked to his son, but I added the link to his father.
|Joan Foster||Find A Grave Emma C. Thompson, Mountainside Cemetery, Scholls, Oregon|
I was just at Mountainside Cemetery, Scholls, Oregon, searching for an Edward Thompson (whom I did not find). However, I did find the marker for Emma C. Thompson; a picture of her marker was already posted on Find A Grave. However, I saw that on her marker was engraved: "Wife of T. W. Thompson." This is not shown on the previous picture, nor is it in her Memorial write-up. I took another picture for her Memorial and posted it just now. T. W. does not appear to be buried there, however, and I do not know anything more about him. As you are managing Emma's Memorial, I wanted you to know the picture is there so that you can add this information to her write-up. I have no personal interest in, nor knowledge of Emma or any other Thompsons, but maybe you know who did request her photo so you can alert that person.
Best Wishes, Joan
|Donna Porter Avery Webster||RE: Adelia J Berg Webster|
Thank you so much for your help.
|Donna Porter Avery Webster||Adelia J Berg Webster|
Would you know if Adelia Webster (b 10/08/1923 d Nov 25, 1988) can be found at Valley Memorial Park, Hillsboro, Oregon along with her parents Matthew & Ester Goke Berg?
|CZNBJL||Fred & Pansy Carlson|
Thank you again, Tom!
Added by CZNBJL on Jan 28, 2012 10:14 PM
Thank you, Tom! Much appreciated.
Added by CZNBJL on Jan 28, 2012 9:00 PM
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