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Mac (#46944278)
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Bio Photo Howdy from Montana everyone,

What can I say about myself? Well, I am a Montana native, my great grandfather having arrived in Bannack City in 1871. He didn't come to mine but to farm and ranch which he did at our old homestead on Horse Prairie, Beaverhead County, Montana. I am an expert on US History but especially Montana and Western History. I have always been fascinated with graveyards since I was a child. Not in a morbid way, but especially because of the history they represent and also because I find myself very much at peace in them. I do my best thinking and meditation in graveyards. I love genealogy and I very much enjoy helping other folks find graves or helping them with their family history and/or research. Please feel free to email me if you have any questions or if I can help you in any way.
Thank you. - B. "Mac" McIntyre
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82ndpara
Iva Foss
Mac, I'm Detective Brown, the investigator on the Iva Foss case and was wondering if you were also looking her disappearance? You mention that you're "Still working on your case, Iva" and I was wondering if you might have any information that would be helpful. If so, please message me here, or at our public email wheresivafoss@aol.com.

Thanks,

D. Brown
Added by 82ndpara on Mar 30, 2016 9:38 AM
Carmen Gardiner
Ann Etwall Woolford parker
Hi!

Could you add to George Woolford's bio that his widow Ann married John Charles Parker July 2, 1873? John C and Anna Parker bought lot 12 in Oakland.

Thanks!

Carmen
Added by Carmen Gardiner on Apr 14, 2013 2:21 PM
Carmen Gardiner
RE: BTW
Louise Parker Pendroy was my neighbor growing up. She and her husband Charley were very, very kind to me (gave me my first horse.) Louise did not have any children of her own, and was a wonderful step-mother to Charley's kids. Louise's sister Faye Besser did have children.

To me findagrave is about heklping people find their people, so I get to consider you a success!!!!

Carmen
Added by Carmen Gardiner on Jan 30, 2013 6:34 PM
Carmen Gardiner
George
Hi!

Much appreciate your enthusiasm! If you want to check out mine, see the Find A Grave entry for Israel Pliney Blood, my great grandfather. It leads to my faTHER, WHO IS BURIED IN sAUK cENTRE, AND ALL VOER THE PLACE!

I'll transfer George to you, since one of our goals in this project is to get the people in Oakland Cemetery back to their families. You are more apt to get more information for their entry than I am.

Thank you for tracking him down! If I run across any more on this family, I will let you know.

And is it ok if my sister an I clean the stone if need be (we use only water?)

Carmen
Added by Carmen Gardiner on Jan 21, 2013 1:09 PM
Rose Bond
RE: Horace McIntyre
You are most welcome! To me, a picture really is worth a thousand words. I may be told someone is buried somewhere, but seeing a headstone is really important to me. Once the snow melts, I'll be back out there :-)
Added by Rose Bond on Dec 14, 2012 9:11 PM
Chris M
3 Dollar Greenbacks
I'm writing copy for the back cover of a coffee table book about Atlanta, Idaho and came across your tribute to your great-great aunt, "Peg Leg" Annie.

You know, you'd be right at home in Atlanta today. It is kind of an enclave of queers, weirdos, artists, and other fringe types, and an absolute hoot. You really should consider making a trip there some summer. And if you do, get in touch with me. I'd love to buy you a beer and toast that gritty, courageous old ancestor of yours.

Chris
Added by Chris M on Dec 12, 2012 10:32 PM
Chris M
3 Dollar Greenbacks
I'm writing copy for the back cover of a coffee table book about Atlanta, Idaho and came across your tribute to your great-great aunt, "Peg Leg" Annie.

You know, you'd be right at home in Atlanta today. It is kind of an enclave of queers, weirdos, artists, and other fringe types. It's an absolute hoot. You really should consider making a trip there some summer. And if you do, get in touch with me. I'd love to buy you a beer and t that gritty, courageous old ancestor of yours.

Chris
Added by Chris M on Dec 12, 2012 10:30 PM
Eric Lowman
RE: Thank You, Eric
Mac,
Thanks for the kind remarks. My dad and I really enjoy visiting cemeteries and soldiers. It's a hobby we share and its nice to get recognition once in a while, Thank YOU!
If you can send me over a photo of Joseph Richards I'd be interested in adding it to my book. It will be a long time until it is done, but it is really nice to assemble a group of pictures as illustrations now, so I don't have to scramble to find them at the end of my research. If you allow me to use your photo I'd be sure to give you credit as the owner of the picture. Have you considered adding the picture to Find a Grave? I look forward to hearing more from you,
Eric
Added by Eric Lowman on Oct 02, 2012 7:25 PM
 

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