|Pamela Milliron Jarvinen (#46557582)|
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Pamela Jean Milliron Jarvinenmarried to Kirk and living in Tacoma, Washington with our dogs "Starbuck", "Marley", and a kitty, "Cassiopea".I am employed for a major non-profit giving organization in e-commerce for charity and my husband is a freelance illustrator. I enjoy researching the genealogy of our families and touring older beautiful cemeteries.My parents were William and Dorsie who passed away in 1993 and 1994 respectively. I had two brothers who have passed, William and James.My grandparents were Maggie Faye Mullins Anderton, Emmett Pearl Anderton (of Tullahoma TN.), Hallie Houston Hill Milliron and James Walter Milliron (of Louisville, KY and Ohio).My immediate surviving family consists of my husband, Kirk Jarvinen, a Nephew, Mark Milliron (of Cincinnati, OH), a great-niece, Olivia Milliron, a niece Molly Milliron, a great neice BillyLynn and three children: Justin Vance (of Sandusky, OH), Maigan and Ryan McCloud (of Nashville, TN).Thank you to the special people who have chosen to leave notes and flowers for my family members. I appreciate each and every one of you!|
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|Joe Makowiec||Marion Kapples Spencer|
I found your memorial for Marion. I recently visited the East DeKalb Cemetery (Saint Lawrence County, New York) where I grabbed a picture of a plaque with her name on it. The dates match, and according to your biography, her husband was from East DeKalb. I assume the plaque I photographed was a cenotaph?
The reason I grabbed the picture in the first place is that my cousin, Kenneth Farr, was married to a Florence Kapples (Oct. 11, 1902 - Feb. 23, 1995) (FindAGrave memorial 36948193).
- Would you like an image of Marion's plaque posted to her memorial?
- Any idea if Marion and Florence might be related? I did a bit of poking around the 1910 and 1920 censuses and couldn't find a family which included both of them.
You can drop me a note here, or at my email address - joe (at) makowiec (dot) org
|Wanda L||Lewis Stone|
It looks like you already did.
There is a death cert on his memorial
Added by Wanda L on Aug 19, 2015 8:55 PM
|Wanda L||Lewis Stone|
Please supply me with your proof on Lewis Stone
Thank you Wanda
Added by Wanda L on May 23, 2015 7:20 PM
|ldsw||Charmayne Maxwell (follow-up)|
Since I cannot delete my previous message, I gather that the public has to wait for more information on the breaking news of Charmayne Maxwell, a member of the singing group Brownstone, since information is still all over the place. I had cited info from one source that suggested the death occurred in Denmark (there were others that cite the same thing), while the Daily News in the UK cited that she died after a fall at a soccer match that she attended in Los Angeles, California.
Singer from '90s R&B girl group Brownstone dies from 'accidental' fall while attending soccer game
* Charmayne Maxwell was attending a match in Los
* Her death has been described as an 'accident' by Danish media
Just thought to follow-up in case you needed to disregard my first message in favor of your information on FindAGrave.com.
Added by ldsw on Mar 01, 2015 1:44 PM
|robinkaspar||Re: Marvin Charles Milliron #109084157|
I'm trying to verify something I've found in a family tree on Ancestry. Do you know the maiden name of Marvin's wife Ruby? They were married in 1944 and divorced in 1945 per Michigan Divorce records on Ancestry. The family tree has an obituary for a woman named Ruby Burt Manutes that they have linked to Ruby Milliron's second husband, John Rice. The obituary does not make any mention of any family named Milliron or Rice, which is not surprising, Marvin's obit doesn't mention Ruby or any wife for that matter. I think the poster of the tree might be making an assumption based on a suggested link by Ancestry. I've seen other such suggestions that are based on coincidental details, and are false. Since you are a Milliron and the owner of Marvin's memorial, I'm hoping you know more about him than what his obituary says.
|Anne||RE: William Milliron|
I usually check to make sure that I am not duplicating a grave. I took mine down. Sorry fir your loss.
Added by Anne on Dec 12, 2014 5:38 AM
|j*||Millirons in Texas?|
Hello, Pamela! Nice to meet you!
I have been trying, valiantly, to find a first husband of a relative: Dovie Mae Sweeden Millions / Milliron / Millorn Robertson (# 128170493), and I was wondering if you have a Dovie Sweeden (some have spelled it Sweden / Sweeton / Sweetin...and, various other-odd spellings).
Dovie was daughter of my great-grandmother's brother, Henry Marshall Sweeden. My great-grandmother was Nancy P. C. (Nan) Sweeden Thornhill.
I have found a 1940 Census that lists two children of this union (with Mr. Millions / Milliron / Millorn) after Dovie married a second time to Mr. William Hugh Robertson (# 105480402). Their names were William T. & Sylvia (both last names are typewritten as "Millions" - and both were listed as "step-children" to Mr. Robertson, being head of household)...and, there is also another married daughter in this census listed as "Daughter" with the last name Allen. Her young husband is living with them, as well, listed as "Son-In-Law" - his name was Ray Arnold Allen.
Do any of these names ring a bell with you? The Mary E. Allen may actually be Mr. Robertson's daughter by his previous marriage - or, may be a step-daughter, mis-listed as daughter to Mr. Robertson - because he had a daughter named Mary, but she had a different middle initial...so, I'm not sure if she's Mr. Robertson's daughter, or Dovie's from the previous marriage to Mr. Millions / Milliron / Millorn.
Sorry to ramble. If these ring a bell, I sure could use some help!
Thanks, in advance, for reading my message and any help would be greatly appreciated!
j* (Judith L. Newman - Mesquite, Texas)
Added by j* on Apr 18, 2014 6:36 PM
|Chris McCall||Mildredge McCall|
My grandmother was Mildredge McCall. I love the memory you shared of her and Sandy. I miss her so much. It's so great to hear stories about those we miss.
|klassikat||Jarvin, Eino E - WWII|
Hello, Would Eino Oscar Jarvin possibly be the father of Eino E. Jarvin who died in WWII? If so, please contact me as I have some information you may be interested in. Thank you very much. email@example.com. And please erase this message once you have decided to or not to contact me. Best regards from a Tacoma-ite as well.
|Bruce Rich||RE: david anderton sponsorship|
He was my best friend years ago. It is a honor
to do so Pamela Childhood memories never fade.
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