|Nathan Haines (#46775496)|
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If you notice any mistakes in my info on any pages I made please let me know and I will fix it.|
If you want to use my pictures in your family research files or whatever it is fine with me.
If I have added any pictures to any pages that do not look too good and you would like a better picture of the gravestone be sure and ask and I will see if I can possibly get a better picture.
I am a direct descendant of the Richard Haines who left England aboard the ship "Amity" in 1682. He died on the ship and his wife and kids settled in NJ. Richard was my 6th Great Grandfather. There are a lot of Haines in the US from this Richard. Nathan Haines of OH was my Gr Grandfather. Ebenezer Haines who married Rebecca Berry was his father. Nathan Haines married Sarah Iiams in Grant Co., IN. I have also done a lot of research on the Iiams name. My Grandfather E. Morton Haines was born in Grant Co., IN in 1865 and moved to OR in 1892 where he lived out his life. I have a lot of family connections to Grant Co., IN.
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|Grave Yard Ghost||Emil Gibbs|
Thank you for the photographs.
|Bonnie Hagyard-Butler||Verne Ellis Grave|
Thank you,Thank you very much appreciative for the photographs of Verne Ellis grave & gravemarker. You were very thoughtful.
|Frances Cahoon Swendsen||Jean Orcutt|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Jean's grave and posting it on Find a Grave on her memorial and her baby son, Grant's. Jean is my great aunt's daughter.
Thanks again so much.
Thank you for the beautiful photos of Adrien Therrien's grave marker in Willamette National Cemetery. I very much appreciate the efforts of volunteers like you who help others research our families.
I like the first picture. Thank you for your great effort.
Added by Jim on Jul 29, 2014 9:36 AM
|Rob Avina||RE: Hiram Shartzer|
BTW, as to where he might be buried, I hadn't really thought of him being buried here, as he is not listed on any stones.
Here though, if he died in 1899, this book from 1901:
That page, has H. Shartzer listed as deceased, which means he may even be at rest with his wife like you suggested. Thank you for your time.
|Rob Avina||RE: Hiram Shartzer|
Well ding dang, thank you very much!
|Lou McLean||Photo of Aretta Cousins Boling|
Thank you for sending the photo of Aretta's grave at Willamette National. She was one of my elusive ancestors but now I am finding out more about her - just knowing she was in the military will help me with finding records.
|Sheri West||Warren & Caroline Goodwin|
Thank you so much for their tombstone photo :)
|Catlady125||RE: Herbert C. McWilliams|
I would love to have the obit etc. emailed to me so I can add it to my Family Tree Maker information and then post it to Find A Grave. I don't know much about Cousin Herbert (only what I've found on Ancestry.com), but his mother was my grand aunt and his father was a Presbyterian minister who served in France in WWI. Send the info to email@example.com. Thank you so much.
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