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j miller; AKA-: thestonehunter (#46481480)
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JoyK
Thank you
Thank you for locating the grave of Benjamin Grubb. Thanks for the extra work editing the photo to show where his stone would be if it was marked!

Joy K
Added by JoyK on Jun 27, 2016 7:38 PM
ForeverRemembered
Clara Lake
Thank you for the plot photo. :)
Added by ForeverRemembered on Jun 20, 2016 7:25 PM
Petriecookie
Albert Schoonover
Hi There,

Thanks for your time and adding the photo of where Albert is resting.

regards
Robyn
Added by Petriecookie on Jun 17, 2016 8:01 PM
Marilyn Pederson
William Lloyd Nutter
Hi, as far as I can tell,my Nutters are not connected to yours unless you can get them traced back further.

I am researching both Nutter lines that came to America early. My own line goes back to the Hatevil Nutter of England to NH. and my daughter's line on her father's side goes back to the Christopher Nutter line from England to Maryland. So she has two Nutter lines in her genealogy.

If you do get the line back further I'd be interested to know which line they descend from,thanks, Marilyn
Added by Marilyn Pederson on May 06, 2016 11:35 AM
PlayingWithTheDead
Cassel
Doesn't it just break your heart when there isn't a headstone! Thank you for the photo with the tag line of the location. Awesome!
Added by PlayingWithTheDead on Apr 29, 2016 12:22 AM
Sabrina Salisbury
Minidoka Cemetery With 1 Marker
The date for when I talked with the worker at Rupert cemetery was in 2014.

Sabrina Salisbury
Added by Sabrina Salisbury on Apr 25, 2016 9:44 PM
Sabrina Salisbury
Minidoka Cemetery With 1 Marker
I noticed on findagrave, you showed a picture of the Minidoka, Idaho Cemetery with only one grave. I thought I would mention to you that in July 1914, I went to the present cemetery in Rupert. The man who took care of the grounds there was telling me about the graves being dug up years ago at Minidoka, Acequia, and Rupert cemeteries and the graves were moved to the cemetery that is now in Rupert.
Added by Sabrina Salisbury on Apr 24, 2016 3:27 PM
Adam Kyle Simpson
GORDON TWILEGAR REMAINS
The funeral company finally got back to me after researching their records for Gordon Twilegar. Unfortunately, no specific information has been provided which indicates a specific resting place for the ashes of Gordon Twilegar. The following message was sent to me:

"Hi Adam, I had a chance to check on this request. Records are very limited.

All I can tell you is that the urn was returned to the family 10-9-1945. No record of what they intended to do with the urn.

Chapel Services were held at Miller Tracy 9-14-1945. There was not record of a public obituary attached."

I recommend editing Gordon Twilegar's memorial page so it states that he was cremated at Riverview Abbey, but remains were kept by family.
Added by Adam Kyle Simpson on Feb 26, 2016 5:04 PM
Louis Bybee
Gordon E Twilegar
Mr. Twilegar was creamated at River View Abbey 14 Sept 1945.

The remains were picked up on 15 Sept 1945 by Miller & Tracey Funeral Directors.

Miller & Tracey was purchased by Hennessy Goetch & McGee.

Hennessey Goetch & McGee was purchased by Caldwells Colonial Chapel, 20 NE 14th Ave. Portland, OR 97232 503-232-4111
Added by Louis Bybee on Feb 17, 2016 7:19 PM
Adam Kyle Simpson
GORDON TWILEGAR REMAINS SEARCH
Want to assure you I'm still investigating the final resting place for the cremated remains of Gordon Emanuel Twilegar (#80369074). I'm currently in contact with a funeral staff member for the company which oversaw the services for Twilegar in 1945. The company will contact me after they've reviewed their records sometime this week. Please continue to be patient.
Added by Adam Kyle Simpson on Feb 17, 2016 8:29 AM
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