|Tina Robson-Jones (#47057256)|
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Although I have only been a member for a short time, I really enjoy getting out and seeing eastern Oregon. Its been really interesting.|
If anyone has more information about any of my memorials and would like me to transfer it to you, just let me know and I would be more than happy to do so. I don't believe that any of these memorials should be owned by anyone, but should by managed by someone that has information.
As so many cemeteries are neglected, I support the taking of as many photos of these markers as possible, so many have already been lost.
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|Sue Sheldon||Transfer 54052256|
Melvina Catherine Dale Byam
Thanks for the wonderful job you're doing!
Could you please transfer my great-grandmother's memorial to me?
|Reidar Sumstad||Speelman family|
Thank you for the updates for the Speelman, I really appreciate it!
Thank you so much for this transfer-update is completed - sorry fr the delay.
Dudley Polkie Smith #53322495
|Ronda Crow||FAG # 53572021 Charles J. Butler|
Cemetery information: Born 1873-10/1931. Buried Old Catholic Section, Lot 115, Grave 5
|Laurence Overmire||Thank you!!|
Thanks so much for the great photo in Olney Cemetery. My family and I really appreciate it!
|BLV||Jess Mootry and Samantha Elizabeth Ash Mootry|
Thank you for posting the very nice headstone photos to their memorial.
Added by BLV on Sep 02, 2013 10:58 PM
Thank you so much for taking the photos of Frank and Ruby McLaughlin's gravestones.
Added by Marsha on Sep 02, 2013 6:21 PM
|Dennis Bartholomew||Donald Gordon Gardner|
Thanks for putting this memorial to Donald Gardner on line.
Donald Gordon Gardner was a Chief Motor Machinist Mate aboard the USS Glennon DD620 on D-Day.
This ship struck a mine and was badly damaged and several crewmen killed and more injured.
Most of the crew was evacuated to another ship, but Donald and several other crew members remained aboard, protecting the damaged ship and working to keep power on and pumps running to remove water from flooded compartments. The ship could not be moved as its Props where dragging the bottom, and before this situation could be remedied a German shore artillery battery struck the wounded Glennon at least 11 times. Donald and the other crew members where told to leave the ship for their own safety after this attack.....
As a result of all the damage, both from the mine and the artillery the Glennon continued to flood and eventually sank off the invasion beach......she being one of the few allied ships lost during the D-Day invasion....
I just read a pretty complete report on line of this action...found it very interesting.
I did not know Donald, but was interested in him as he was married to a distant relative of mine and like him I was a Machinist Mate in the Navy several decades later.....
|J.D. Larimore||Geo W. Drury @ Mt Hope Cem, Baker, OR|
I just sent you an email and it was bounced back to me. Just wanted to thank you for the transfer and that it was much appreciated!
|Kathy Stroope Veasey||Tona and Mary Justus transfers|
Thanks so much..
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