|Jayne McCarley (#46785377)|
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I was born Ella Jane Allison, in Aberdeen, WA, raised on the George Allison family farm on Frost Rd., Lewis Co., WA, moved to Moses Lake, WA where I graduated from High School. Attended WSU, married, had a family, worked and now retired. |
My Aunt Nettie Allison Bickell got me interested in Family research and history and I have been a addict for about 20 years.
My Gt. Grandparents who settled their donation land claim on Cowlitz Prarie both came over the Oregon Trail.
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|Delores W. Roe||Sarah McGuire Stotts Kennedy|
I just e mailed you also.
Thanks so much for linking Sarah to her parents Solomon McGuire and Susannah Garrett McGuire.
It has been a long research project to find all the information that confirms the children that were born to Solomon and Susannah. A total of 7 in all, that lived past infancy.
I am now working on completing the last daughter Cassanna (4 oldest child,in my research.) This week I have found more information, to be added to ancestry.
Find a Grave is and added research blessing for all of us.
Glad to do it.
Added by Lance on Mar 28, 2013 12:16 PM
Hello, went to Old Union Cemetery in Dundas, Ontario today. There is really almost nothing left. There is a cairn which has been boarded up on all sides so there is nothing to be seen, and then the memorial I put on George's page. The grass is completely smooth over the rest of the area, you can't tell if/where the graves were.
I looked at every stone that was used to put together the memorial, and George's isn't there. His must have been in such rough shape that it could not be used.
I have no idea why they placed the memorial where they did. I'm not sure if you can tell from the picture, but it's maybe 2 feet from the edge of the ravine. I was holding onto those bars tightly when I was checking the stones on that side!
Added by Carrie on Mar 25, 2013 2:17 PM
|sniksnak||RE: Thank you!|
You're most welcome, Jayne. I know the feeling of having lost a soulmate - the day you left your message was mine's first Angel Day. I miss him terribly, as I know you miss yours.
Added by sniksnak on Mar 20, 2013 9:58 AM
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|Lani Ueland||RE: Margaret Curtin|
You are so welcome! Just in case you didn't see the note I put on the bottom of it (it only shows if you enlarge the photo I think), her marker is on the same one as William's but the opposite side. I couldn't find a marker for Mary the infant grand daughter of Wm & Margaret. The church is now at a different location than the cemetery. I looked up the number so I can give them a call and ask if they have more information.
|Lani Ueland||Curtin Family|
There are photos on that website as well of all of them except Margaret 1908 and Mary, the infant Grndd of Wm and Margaret. I will see if I can get that photo as well.
Also not listed on my previous post (that information was gathered in 1989 I believe) but pictured is a headstone for Timothy A Curtin Jan 24 1907 - Feb 6 1998.
If you don't have access to those photos let me know and I will get them for you.
|Lani Ueland||Curtain Family|
Oh, I see someone else had the same idea! Here is the information that is on a website I found. The other person didn't claim the photo, so I will go and take the photo for you.
CURTIN Abbie E. (Sullivan) 1875 1937
CURTIN Abbott M. 1869 1936 S/of Wm. & Margaret
CURTIN Flora J. "Babe" 1913 1970 W/of John Curtin
CURTIN John T. 11-9-1908 12-1-1973 WA, Pfc., U. S. Army, WWI
CURTIN Margaret b in County Cork, Ireland
4-5-1908 Age 80 yrs., W/of William Curtin
CURTIN Mary Infant, Grndd/of Wm. & Margaret
CURTIN William b in County Limerick, Ireland 2-24-1903 Age 74 yrs., H/of Margaret
Looks like some good info here though you may already have it. Happy searching! Lani
|Autumn Murphy||Margaret Curtin|
Hello. I saw your photo request for Margaret Curtin at St James Catholic Cemetery. There is a website for them hosted by Rootsweb that has maps, burial records and many photo's of headstones on it. I got on it to see if your Margaret Curtin was already photographed for this website, and there is a Margaret Curtin, but according to the headstone, she died in 1933. There's quite a few other Curtin's listed on the site as well, so I'm including a link incase there's some relations in there too. Hope this helps!
|Reggie Hughes||John Benefield|
Hello Jayne. I will go by High Point after lunch and see if I can locate the headstone. I still know a few Benefields in the area and will see if any of them know John and might have a photo. That could take a few days though depending on which family he belongs too.
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