|Eric Scott (#47463474)|
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I am a native of Southeast Idaho, born in the LDS Hospital in Idaho Falls (now a parking lot). I grew up in Riverside, west of Blackfoot, and attended Riverside Elementary (now a grassy field) and Snake River High School (now a Junior High).|
I have been involved in family history off and on since I took a genealogy class from Neal Southwick at Ricks College (now BYU - Idaho), although most of the information I have was found by my father, Dale Scott. If I can build on what he accomplished, I'll feel like I am of some worth.
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|Deb R.||Infant daughter Ganske|
Thank you very much for the photo and for your work as a volunteer. You are much appreciated.
Added by Deb R. on May 07, 2013 3:06 PM
|Renee (Porter) Surgeon||Thanks!|
Thank you very much. It's so exciting when you get the picture. Thanks a lot for all the work you do. I love findagrave.
Renee (Porter) Surgeon
|Betty Judy||RE: ALFRED B ROY|
The best I know is this: Alfred Benjamin Roy (1876-1938), was married to Minnie May Pierce (1888-1953). Their stones should be in Grove City Cemetery, Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho, NO STONE, but Plot: 5 3/4, Lot 4, Plot: S.
Minnie May Pierce Roy must be buried there also.
No info on Albert, but he is probably a relative.
Thanks for your help and concern about keeping the information accurate.
|Mary Koonce Francis||Patroah Christoffersen|
Thank you for looking to see if the grave was marked. I am going to contact the family and see if we can get a stone on it. THanks again...
|Collins Crapo||Leland & Marilyn Sheppard|
I have added the plot info & spouse link to Leland's page as you asked. I see you also have taken the grave pic for Marilyn, as she died a few years after I created Leland's page. If you want to add your pic to his page, you may, & I would be happy to take my old pic off there. Thanks for the heads-up in any case.
|Betty Judy||ALFRED B ROY|
Even though a stone was not found, I appreciate the work you put in to find Alfred's stone.
Do you think his grave is just unmarked since it shows Block 5 3/4, Lot 4, Plot 5 as his location?
|Ellis & Lynn||Joseph Clarence Arave|
Nelson Arave & Mary Ann Williams must be your great grandparents and the parents of Joseph Clarence?
|Ellis & Lynn||Nelson Arave|
Thanks for adding the photos on the Memorial to my Great Great Grandfather Arave. I grew up in Taylor, east of Shelley. While I was home this summer, I walked along Snake River by the falls and thought of many family members that were born and/or died in the LDS Hospital, such a big part of our lives.
|Curt Kelley||Clarence Shoemaker|
Thank you for the information. I am glad that there is already a memorial for him, and thank you for taking the time to research him for me
|Shenah Gee||James Walter Cooper|
Thank you for looking for his headstone. You found out more than I knew before and I'll make a note to check back in the future. Shenah
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