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I have been working on Family history since the early 80's. I am a mother of 10 and have a growing number of grandchildren. I enjoy helping others with their research. I feel that FIND A GRAVE is my chance to help others to find their loved ones and be able to visit the grave site while being miles away|
I've been actively canvassing cemeteries since 1985 and photographing cemeteries since 2009. Please contact me if you would like to add a biography or familial links to any of the interments I have listed.
The Memorials I create are done with utmost respect for the survivng families. And I will gladly transfer them to caring family members.
Please feel free to send me corrections and updated info.
You all have permission to use my marker pictures for your personal use in your search for family history. After all it is your family I just took the picture.
Some of my pictures are pretty bad. The ones from I could retake with my new camera and try to get you a better quality photo.
I also give Find a Grave Staff full permission to transfer any of my Memorials to who ever wants them upon my death. Hopefully this will help eliminate What I call Dead Memorials.
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|Jan Fenter||RE: Gustave KUNZE, Olney Cemetery, 48408782|
Thank you for the information on Gustave Kunze and Olney Cemetery. Since I sent my note to you 20 April, I've been able to locate the burial location of Lena's husband and father, of the Gustave [buried in Olney Cemetery], and Herman [buried in Portland, Oregon]. He is Fredrick Gustave KUNZE, 30 May 1854 - 22 Dec. 1913, husband of Lena Augusta (SCHNEIDER) KUNZE, 1862-1944. He is buried in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, but not at the same cemetery as his wife. Memorial# 161754627. As of today, I have linked 5 of the children, and have Edits to link the additional 3 children still pending. The copy of his obituary said he was survived by his wife, six sons and two daughters, and all were living at the family home, which was near Minnehaha [Clark County], Washington.
|They're Not Alone||Herman H. Beilke|
Hi, I have done research on the Beilke Babies and been trying to find which parents belong to which babies and so on. I sent in an edit for Herman. He was stillborn so he has the same birthdate as his death date and he was born in Umatilla county. I believe his sister was the other Beilke Baby that is in same cemetery and marked as just Beilke Baby. She was a little girl. I am still in the process of trying to correctly trace their parents. If I get the info I can let you know if you want it. Thanks for making their Memorials. I know they appreciate it and their family appreciates it.
Thank you for the transfer of Anna Shannon's memorial.
Added by Milissa on Apr 30, 2016 8:27 AM
|Jan Fenter||Gustave KUNZE, Olney Cemetery, 48408782|
You created a memorial page for Gustave Kunze in Feb. 2010, showing his Plot was block 23, lot 26, grave 7. Were there any other markers for the Kunze family near by, or in this cemetery? I'm trying to locate the burial location of his father, Fredrick Gustav Kunze 1854–1913. I was told he died in Pendleton and is buried in that city. I'm trying to verify that his wife was Lena Augusta Kunze, and that one of their children was Herman Emil Kunze. [Lena is buried in Vancouver, Washington, and Herman is buried in Portland, Oregon.] There isn't any photo of Gustave's marker, and I believe this one, who died in 1934, is the brother of Herman, son of Fredrick Gustav and Lena Augusta Kunze.
|Patricia Edmonds||RE: Russell B. Edmonds|
Thank you. Question...are you having difficulty with the sight....i.e. long delays when trying to add, access information because of the ads? Is there anyone to address these issues with. Perhaps it is just my computer.... ?
|Patricia Edmonds||Russell B. Edmonds|
May I ask for you to transfer to me the memorial for my father in law, Mr. Russell B. Edmonds. Find A Grave # 50376629. Many thanks .
|Betty Scott Marx||Mrs. Marshall|
Thank you, thank you, thank you. I have waited for years to put the pieces of the puzzle together for Grandmother's sister which she told me about as a young person.
Thank you, Jan! In my excitement I forgot to follow protocol. [redface!]
Added by Norton on Oct 07, 2015 7:05 AM
|Norton||Mary Coffee # 138219631|
I was thrilled to find your memorials for my great aunt and uncle, Mary & Laurence Coffee. Thank you for uploading a photo of their grave marker! I have requested changes via the Edit button, but would also ask that you please consider transferring their memorials to me. I would appreciate it--provided you are not also related to them of course. THANKS AGAIN for your time spent in canvassing this cemetery and snapping photos!
Mary Coffee # 138219631
John Laurence Coffee # 138219599
BTW, it DOES resemble "Clarence" on the marker. He was a tall AND big guy and affectionately known as Tiny.
Added by Norton on Oct 06, 2015 7:44 PM
|SK||Emory McComas and wife|
Thank you for transferring them to me. I will start adding to their memorials. Thank you again.
Added by SK on Jul 07, 2015 4:13 PM
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