|Joanne Yahn Engerseth (#46806043)|
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|I'm a mother of 3, grandmother of 5. Have done genealogy research for several years, and love finding new "links".|
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Thanks so much for that correction! I usually check census before linking people, but those mother and father stones had me fooled.
|jenny clawson||re: Curtis J. Hines|
Grandpa is what I called him. We lived with him in Eugene and he raised us after Mom left my Dad. If you have any questions I can probably answer just about anything. Grandpa did not want a headstone and even stated so in his will. He did not want a funeral either but Uncle Al gave him one anyway with open casket (he would have been horrified if he only knew) When I visited their graves I was thinking about getting a headstone for Grandpa but remembered how strongly he felt about Not having one. I also was a good listener growing up and Grandpa told me stories about going to vocational school in Nashville. He also had a doctor for a father. I also have pictures of both Grandparents and can post some whenever I can figure out how to use this new scanner. I'm pretty new with this computer stuff. Sincerely, Jenny Clawson
|Cheri Johnston||Wm Curtis Hines|
Thank you for adding the link to Curtis Hines' mother, Mary Louisa Taylor Webb.
|Jane Hullum Berglund||Curtis & Vera Hines|
Thanks for adding the info to Vera's memorial. Since she is your grand aunt, I'm wondering if you have any further info on any of Curtis' family. It was surprising to find he had no marker, and I'm not able to find burial places for his brothers, Edward & Nelson.
|Angel Melancon||RE: Yahn photos|
You are very welcome. Thank you for your reply, it really touched my heart and brought happy tears to my eyes. If you would like other photo's please just drop me a line at email@example.com
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