|Wilma Goettsch Morgel (#47019873)|
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Wife, mother, grandmother, g-grandmother. Computer nut. Into researching family history (Goettsch, Parks, Morgel, Swanson, Chmielewski).|
If I have entered someone in your family and would like it transfered to you please just let me know. Remember to include your Find-A-Grave ID #.
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|Kathleen Clemence||RE: Cyrenus Cottier|
When you are logged in and looking at the memorial, next to the birth/death date information there will be an "edit" hyperlink in blue. Click on that link and it will take you to the page where you can change the information. Hope this helps -
|Kathleen Clemence||Cyrenus Cottier|
Thank you for adding the note in his bio section - I think it is important to recognize those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
If you could change the death place from California to North Korea, that would be nice. Thank you.
|B.J. Waters||RE: Rosella Helene Morgel Lamm|
Wow! Rosella was my maternal grandmother. Her mother was Helen Morgel and her father was Joseph Koontz. They were never married. Helen was only 14 when Rosella was born. See Helen Morgel Mogor's memorial, #44098489 for more info on Morgels. I do not know anything beyond Frank Morgel, who came to this country from Austria. Let me know if there is a connection.
|L Davenport||Estella Rose Parks Jacobsen Fox|
|Scotty||FYI: Mt View searchable index|
Hi, since you seem to spend some time at Mt View I thought I'd pass on the link to their website:
I have found 44 names so far.... It also have the plot locations and other assorted facts if they are known.
And if you already knew about that site.....
Added by Scotty on Feb 28, 2009 7:47 PM
Welcome to Find A Grave! Do enjoy your journey here with all your contributions and memorials. Be blessed.
|The Girls||Doris Keen|
Wilma, thanks so much for the picture! I appreciate your help! :)
|Silver Allen||Amelia Stewart|
Appreciate your time and picture more than words can tell Silver
|Old History Buff||Claud Clark Cemetery Photo|
Thank you for the cemetery photo of Claud Clark's grave in Walla Walla.
Your assistance is appreciated very much.
Wilma, I tried to send the rest of the photos I took at the cemetery to your yahoo address, but they bounced back saying "user unknown". Let me know if there is another way to send them to you.
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