|Mark Johnson (#47221397)|
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Born and raised in Kingsburg, CA. Worked 15 years for Chevron Oil Co. of Calif. Retired fireman from the California Department of Forestry after 31 years. Enjoy doing genealogy most every day.|
I will gladly transfer or make any corrections to non relative memorials.Feel free to use any photo's we have added.
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|J.M Hartman||RE: John A Rasmussen|
Thank you very much.
|J.M Hartman||John A Rasmussen|
Hi Mark, do you know if John A Rasmussen, memorial #88475768, was born in Big Lake, Minnesota. In my database I have a same name, same dob; but married to Edna King. Maybe he was married more than once.
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|Danna ||RE: Sarah Ann Clevenger Find a Grave # 69773975|
Thanks Mark, I'm sorry I hadn't realized that I hadn't added her parents when I found them. I went ahead and attached them now.
Thank you again for everything,
Added by Danna on May 14, 2016 6:10 AM
|Danna ||Sarah Ann Clevenger Find a Grave # 69773975|
Mark thank you so much for double checking with me on the memorials for the two Sarahs. Hopefully this will explain why they are not duplicates:
Sarah Ann Clevenger Find A Grave Memorial# 69773975 was b. Apr 1873 in Indiana the daughter of Dawson R & Jennie M Clevenger (her brother is Charles Layton Clevenger)
Sarah Ann Wimberly Clevenger Find A Grave Memorial# 68144823 was b. 28 May 1861 in Glide, Douglas, Oregon, the daughter of Enoch Wimberly & Nancy Ann Marks Wimberly. She married Charles Layton Clevenger (the brother of the above Sarah Ann Clevenger) on 28 Aug 1898 in Roseburg, Douglas, Oregon.
So you see the two Sarahs are actually sisters-in-law.
Thank you again for checking,
Added by Danna on May 13, 2016 1:49 PM
|lois adams||Robert McClellan Hayden Family|
Mark I am a descendant of the Hayden's. I live in Menard County Illinois close to Lebanon Cemetery where Robert and his wife Elizabeth are buried. He had some additional Children that you do not have listed. Ziba Hayden (1829-1879) Sarah Hayden Alkire (1831-1899), Hayes M Hayden (1839-1897), and John Milton Hayden (1841-1907). All were born in Kentucky.
Robert's wife Sarah Elizabeth "Eliza" Moore was born in Pennsylvania in 1804 and died in Menard County Illinois in 1896. She is buried in Lebanon Cemetery with her second husband William Estill. She and William were married in Menard County in 1857 after her first husband's death.
Please make a correction for Elizabeth's death (19 Sep 1896). She has a headstone in Lebanon Cemetery with both Hayden and Estill names engraved.
|Chris||RE: Rudy and mother, Clara Hussey|
I'd be happy to manage their memorial. Thank you!
Added by Chris on Apr 30, 2016 4:01 PM
|Jean Boling||RE: John Rone|
That's cool. There are a whole lot of unmarked graves. We just had a great success story in Granite Hill, though. Was contacted about a veteran listed with no marker. As soon as I looked at the map, I knew it was either buried, or just buried in the over-abundance of wildflowers. Remembered even that I had looked for his marker unsuccessfully. The group that contacted me is in Vermont! They are making sure that every "native son" has a marker, no matter where they are buried. We knew there had been an application for a marker, which was approved, but there was no record of a marker being placed. Of course, Granite Hill records are horrible - destroyed by fire twice, and flood once. Anyway, VA was willing to replace, but wanted the plot probed first. Mikie from Parks Dept went out and was probing... probing...probing...swung the probe further into the "brush" and clinked. Pulled the brush off, and there it was, still standing, if a bit lop-sided. Was so tickled I sent a donation to VT to keep up the good work. It's through the local historical society, and they have whittled the list down from hundreds to only 40 remaining. That's pretty damned impressive!
|Jean Boling||John Rone|
Thanks for checking. I'm still not used to being in Idaho...used to be able to just get up and go to the cemetery!
|Chris||Rudy and mother, Clara Hussey|
Thank you for photographing and memorializing my family. Clara's husband, and Rudy's father, Frank Gilbert Hussey, was a second cousin of mine, born to my Indiana Husseys who trailblazed the Oregon Trail in the 1850's!
Added by Chris on Apr 25, 2016 6:30 AM
|Tami||Cora Quick # 95372781|
Thank you - thank you so very much for the edits - and the family update on the memorial for Cora Quick in Hawthorne.
I appreciate your help with documenting family!
Added by Tami on Apr 21, 2016 10:58 PM
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