|ML Weed (#47070502)|
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Born and raised in northwest Washington state near the Olympic National Park. Wonderful place to grow up!|
Have been retired and living in Oregon for a few years and enjoy family history. Got started because one great grandfather was a Union soldier and one was a Confederate soldier, which made me curious.
Thank you to all of the volunteers! Your time and efforts are greatly appreciated by those searching for family members.
*Please note: I give permission to use any of my personal photos for your non-commercial use. To me, sharing is the reason for being a member of Find A Grave.
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|cbx4evr||Gehres D. Weed|
Greetings. I have created a memorial for Gehres D. Weed, Find A Grave Memorial# 155206196. At one tie I worked in an Architectural firm in Edmonton AB, that Gehres was a part of. We were great friends. Our children called him Grandpa Gehres, Grandma Jennie.
Would love it if you have some pictures to share. The family picture you have posted for Vernon would be a nice addition. Also do you have any other info to share. I think I have the his dates correct but maybe you can confirm.
Added by cbx4evr on Nov 20, 2015 4:46 PM
|Kathi McD||RE: Joseph McDougal Memorial# 47311852|
Glad I could help. If you need any more info on the Joseph Dixon McDougall family, I would be happy to share. I saw some of your photo additions on Gilbert Hyatt's page as I was looking for our 1st North American McDougall, Alexander b.1760 d.1813 of Quebec. Thanks again, Kathi McDougall
|Kathy||Ada (Dibb) Gorman|
Thank you for the additional information about Ada's family.
It would appear that the memorial # provided for Ada's first husband, Benjamin Franklin Bump(18741909), may have not have been entered correctly. If you have an update to this, I'd be more than happy to link the two of them.
Added by Kathy on Sep 12, 2015 3:44 AM
|Patricia Maher||RE: Philo Weed|
Thank you for the reply to my query. He must have been my great-grandfather's partner then, since James Dunlop Edwards was a tinsmith. I was trying to find out more about James; I know very little about him. James' son, Charles Pliny Edwards, was also a tinsmith in Oberlin. For a while, I thought maybe he was Mr. Weed's partner, but now am sure it was Charles' father. Thank you again. Pat
|Patricia Maher||Philo Weed|
I noticed you left a message, at least your contributor name, at Philo Weed's memorial. Are you related to Mr. Weed? My great-grandfather, James Dunlop Edwards was in partnership with a Weed man in Oberlin, Lorain County, Ohio, where Philo Weed is from. I have been trying to find out which Weed man my great-grandfather was in partnership with. I believe they had a tin shop. Thank you for taking time to read this. Patricia Jane Edwards Maher, Paw Paw, MI
|Christy Child||Photo Request|
You requested photos for Truman and Elsie Chapman in the Bayard Cemetery in Nebraska. My sister and I were able to find other Chapmans while there. We got pictures of Mattie and Ross Chapman, and Wayne and Esther. I thought I would let you know in case they would help your search. Good luck.
|Team Beanclay||RE: Norma Mary Baker Weed|
You're welcome! I'm glad I could help.
|Sue Butterfield Picard||Cora Weed|
Find A Grave#136981012
|Carol||RE: William T. Morse #3536619|
Absolutely yes, you my use my photo. There is no need to give me credit.
Added by Carol on Feb 08, 2015 8:41 PM
|Roe Lane||Mary Owens|
Thanks for the correction, read on ancestry site a few years ago that you could take dates on headstones with grain of salt and found through years that is true many times. Have made changes. Roe
Added by Roe Lane on Dec 15, 2014 9:40 AM
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