|Karen Dix Wojahn (#47460486)|
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|Karen is a wife, mom, and grandma, an Episcopal priest and a freelance writer. A novice at genealogy, she is beginning to explore her family stories.|
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Here some info about your "unknown grandfather":
regards Torkel, Stavanger
Added by Torkel on Jun 03, 2015 12:55 PM
|sleuthesthedead||John Lenox Jr Riverside Cemetery|
Although there was no stone for John Lenox at Riverside Cemetery, I did post a photo of the plot with surrounding landmarks.
|Sharon Crowley Connor||RE: PFC Orion Lysle Dix|
Karen, it pleased me very much to be able to take the photo. Your comment that accompanied the request made me take an extra pause at their site. Sharon
|Nathan Haines||RE: Meraioth Paul Dix, Jr.|
You are very welcome. Glad I could help.
I put that one picture on there earlier today when I was in a hurry. I had a bunch of pictures I took of that area over a year ago so already had the picture to add.
I just added a couple more pics to his page plus added them to his wife's page. The other pics are showing the "larger picture" of the area he is in. There are several walls in this cemetery like the one he is in. You can only see a small part of this wall from the angle the pic was taken in and where he is in this wall. There are over a thousand people in each of these walls which are quite long. There is a number every 10 digits on top of the walls. You can see in one picture the number 210 on top of the wall. That is Row 210. The "rows" go up and down on the wall. The rows that go from left to right are called "sites". In a mausoleum, the rows going left to right are called "tiers", right? Not in this cemetery. They are called "sites". So the "site" at the top of the wall is Site A. Every niche in the top row is called Site A and the second row down is called Site B. Meraioth is in that third row down which is Site C. He is in Row 213 and that is the third row, up and down, to the right of "Row" 210. If you click on that middle picture on his page it makes it bigger and you can see his niche cover in the picture.
I took the photo this a.m. but have a little additional info for you:
correct last name is Salsburg
correct date of death is 1981
Marlene is in an upper crypt along with two other individuals (parents?)
Crypt location at Rose City Cemetery, Portland, OR is: Crypt 9-5 DE, Sec DD, Unit 11.
Added by BarbPDX on Oct 28, 2013 2:24 PM
|bop berrigan||RE: Clay Holland Brown|
Karen, As a matter of fact I did take photos of their headstones and have added them to their Memorial pages. John
|Mark Peebles||Edwin Everett Dix|
I have transferred this memorial to you so you can add what you like. I am sure I have more Dix's in the cemeteries in Forestville so let me know and I will be more than happy to transfer.
|sleuthesthedead||Denna Dix Lenox found|
I found Denna Dix Lenox today too!
|sleuthesthedead||John Lennox 1903-1941|
John was ready to be found this morning! Birth year on stone is 1903 though. Also found a Fanny Lennox Vandarwarka 1871-1941 that I thought you might be interested in and I added her memorial page.
|sleuthesthedead||I found him!|
I finally found C. Ramond Dix this morning.
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