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P Wilson Foley (#47198259)
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Bio Photo My McEwan grandparents divorced when my Mother was 2 in the 1920s. She never knew her father, even though there were only two McEwans in the telephone book. My own father made connections with him and we met. He died shortly after that. I was so curious about him, as he was an unknown and I started rooting around the library in college. Never did find any particular reason for the divorce, but it certainly gave me the "itch" to learn more and do research.

I am glad to make changes, corrections and transfers. Please follow the guidelines of Findagrave and use the edit tab at the memorial.

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klassikat
Mt View - Tacoma
Hello Ms. Foley, May I ask where you are getting the locations for the sites that I added to Mt. View? Thank you.
Added by klassikat on Apr 09, 2015 9:22 AM
Richard H. Goms Jr.
Minton Family
Thank you for your fast response to my request.
Added by Richard H. Goms Jr. on Apr 05, 2015 10:39 AM
Richard H. Goms Jr.
Harry J Minton
Harry J. Minton was the son of James T. Minton (#2567815) and Guitelmina "Minnie Annie" Magel. He was born 24 Oct 1899 in Mankato, Minnesota.

From April to November 1898 he served in the 14 Minn. Inf., Co. D. I 1900 James T. and Minnie Minton were living in Mankato. He was a flour packer in the mill. In 1916 James T. Minton was living in the U.S. National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers in Danville, Illinois.

Minnie Annie Magel married Charles William Beasley on 7 Jun 1911 in St. Boniface, Manitoba, Canada. When her father died on 1 Sep 1915 in Mankato, Minnie Beasley and her sister, Kate Francis, were living in St. Boniface. On 24 Jul 1916 Minnie Beasley crossed the Canadian border at Eastport, ID, to place her son Harry Minton, age 15, with her sister Rose Novack, in Spokane, WA. Her residence was Winnipeg.



Would you please place this Bio on his memorial and add the link to his father. I have been unable to find where Minnie is buried.

Thank you
Added by Richard H. Goms Jr. on Apr 04, 2015 6:01 PM
James Snow
RE: William Henry Palmer
Next to William is 'Anna Jennette Palmer, 1854-1904' with the same style stone. Could this be his wife?
Added by James Snow on Apr 02, 2015 2:10 AM
James Snow
RE: William Henry Palmer
Next to William is 'Anna Jennette Palmer, 1854-1904' with the same style stone. Could this be his wife?
Added by James Snow on Apr 02, 2015 2:06 AM
Diana Dooley
RE: William Robinson
Since William Robinson is not in the National Cemetery, his memorial there should be deleted. Also since you are the creator of that memorial, only you can delete it. His memorial in Crown Hill was created by another member. It is Memorial #14736545. I posted my photos to that memorial.
Added by Diana Dooley on Mar 21, 2015 8:35 AM
Diana Dooley
Willam Robinson
William Robinson is not in the National Cemetery of Crown Hill. He is, however in Section 32, Plot 285, which is Confederate Mound. I have posted photos to his memorial in Crown Hill Cemetery. Confederate Mound is a mass grave of those Confederates who died while POW's at Camp Morton during the Civil War. They had been buried in Greenlawn Cemetery and moved to Crown Hill in 1933. Any questions feel free to contact me.
Added by Diana Dooley on Mar 20, 2015 5:51 PM
Tree Shaker
Allie Cutter
I know this is my fault but I did find the Allie Cutter headstone and have uploaded it. Now you adjust the Bio, I am truly sorry for the confusion for I guess this proves that I am human hahaha

Tree Shaker
Lee
Added by Tree Shaker on Mar 20, 2015 1:58 PM
david ford
Crown hill cem request
i am curtnely investgating this headstone i think it's unmarked in 32 HOWEVER in the miltery sec he's in the book under the name ROBBINS, WILLIAM sec 9 grave 929 (this was unmakred as well) day of death aug 11 1904 how ever i do not think this is the right person i have sent the cem an email i will keep you informed on what i find out im so confused
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sincer david
Added by david ford on Mar 19, 2015 11:09 PM
MeloraLee
Allie B. Cutter
Thanks so much for adding information to this ancestor! I know that she would appreciate it.

Her descendants sure do!
Added by MeloraLee on Mar 18, 2015 6:10 AM
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