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Anyone who visits my memorials, are welcome to the photos that I have posted. Also, if you would like a memorial transferred to you, I am more than willing, unless they are a close relative of mine. I am not stingy; I am a true volunteer. My purpose of posting on findagrave, is to help others. I truly feel that was the intended purpose of findagrave, plus remembering those who have passed. I will not hunt you down and leave you ugly notes. Just remember to "pay it forward". Kindheartedness and being charitable is a far better feeling, than being selfish.|
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|Regina Pearlman||Effigene and Peter|
I went to the Redmond (WA) Cemetery today hoping to find a headstone for Peter, but sadly, there was not another Allen stone anywhere near Effigene's gravesite. The Redmond Cemetery contact says their location is "Old Redmond Cemetery, Block 13, Lot 1, Spaces 1 and 2. I did take a few more photos of Effigene's stone to show its location within the cemetery. They are buried in a lovely spot. I would be happy to pass these on to you - let me know if you would like copies.
|Regina Pearlman||RE: Peter Allen|
I have requested info from the Kirkland Cemetery office to see if they have a location for Peter Wesley Allen. If they do, I'll go and take a pic. (It does mention in the Kirkland memorial that he died in Los Angeles. Not sure if that is relevant)
|Regina Pearlman||found E.H. Allen!!|
Eellitta - I found her in the Redmond Cemetery, Redmond, WA. There is also a photo of her grave stone! So she is listed in both Kirkland and Redmond Cemeteries. I requested that the Kirkland info be updated.
|Jim Wilson||Sopers at Zions Memorial Park Canby Oregon|
The only Soper of record at this cemetery is a Ramona with no dates. I will get her exact location and go there on Monday. I did search for the other two but found nothing. There are many unmarked graves and many of the markers a badly worn and illegible.
|Guy Newgren||Edgar Guy Soper|
Someone else (Jim Wilson) claimed your request, but I wanted to add some trivia for you. The name Guy, although uncommon today was one of the most popular male baby names in the 1880-1890 era. I was named for my grandfather, Guy Strong, who was born in 1889.
|Judi Armstrong-Skyles||RE: Ruby Carter O'Coonor # 29411833|
You are very welcome!
|Chad Eugene Schneider||RE: George Washington Gillett Find A Grave Memorial# 119509743|
Well, gosh, thank you so much for that HUGE compliment. There's another volunteer, Klassikat, who helps too....we call ourselves the CEMETEERS, lol. We just love helping.
If you want to email me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any photo requests....I wouldn't mind, lol
|Chad Eugene Schneider||George Gillett|
I added George's photo and his wife was not next to him.
|Delayne E THOMPSON||RE: Dollie Renfro|
I am really glad you found it.
|Delayne E THOMPSON||RE: Walter Burton Renfo|
You are very Welcome. I was able to photograph Dollie's headstone as well. You may want to check it out.
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