|S Berg (#47470098)|
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|Nathan Haines||George Franklin Fisher|
I got pics per your request for George Franklin Fisher's gravesite. I put a "before" and "after" picture of his gravestone on the page for temporary so you could see what it looked like when I found it. I would not have known it was his stone except that there was a gravestone next to his that had the same plot # and one grave # higher so I knew it must be his. Once I started getting the moss out of the way I knew it was him.
It is such a nice looking stone when it is cleaned up. I hope you don't mine me cleaning it up. I like to try and get the best pictures I can when I take them. He is right under a very large birch tree.
I will delete the "before" picture soon, ok?
|Lora Carter||RE: Louisa Frederick photo at Rose City Cemetery|
Sorry it took so long. Her grave is across the path from Sec. D where her daughters are..
|Debbie Topping||Ada Jensen|
Also...I went to Oceanview to search for Ada because she is NOT listed at Myrtle Grove. It's hard to prove she ISN'T at Myrtle Grove there just because there are so many stones missing or invisible (sunk). If you have a location for her at Oceanview, I will look further.
|Debbie Topping||The Jensens in Oceanview (Eureka)|
I found Harold and am still looking for Hyrum. However, I DID find Elvira, Raymond Jr and Raymond Sr., James and Rebecca. Advise if they are yours and if you want to set up memorials. I have the photos. Otherwise, let me know and I'll set them up.
|amber ||Hyrum and Harold Jensen|
Hi, I was travelling through this cemetery over memorial day. Unfortunately, because it was such a busy weekend, the cemetery worker was not able to look up the names requested for this cemetery and the cemetery was too large for me to walk through.
Anyway, I left the names with the cemetery worker and he sent me the marker locations. I thought you might want to update the grave request with this information for the next person that drives through.
Hyrum: Grave 47, Secton/Row 7, Garden Redwood
Harold: Grave 155, Garden Section N
Added by amber on Jun 04, 2014 9:59 AM
|Kim S.||RE: 1st Lt. Francis Michael photo|
I am so glad! This is the stuff that rewards my work! I hope to see more story and more photos. I'm so glad you have requested the transfer. God bless you for helping the son.
Added by Kim S. on May 18, 2014 5:00 PM
|Kim S.||"Mike" - Francis Michael|
Hello, I have fulfilled your photo request. I have also added a few other photos including a picture of the section in which he is interred, so his son will be able to get a feel for what it is like. I have also researched and sent in edits for more info, in addition to the burial plot information. In a few days the manager of the memorial should be updating the memorial to include the rest of the info I was able to find. Please encourage his son to submit special photos of his dad, and also please encourage him to think about managing the site himself, even if he does nothing else with findagrave. Doing so will allow him to be the one contacted by any long-lost friends, family members, war buddies, etc, who might find Mike via F.a.G.
Blessings to you both,
Added by Kim S. on May 17, 2014 10:06 PM
|Kim S.||"Mike" - Francis Michael|Added by Kim S. on May 17, 2014 10:00 PM
It was a pleasure to do this one. My father, also a Portland Policeman, at the same time as Boscovitch. I remember his name mentioned as a child and I think the two of them were good friends.
|Invenio Sepulchrum||Metta Nelson|
Thank you for your email. The woman in question appears in the original books of the cemetery as Mrs. Metta Johanna Nelson.
I found the article you mention and will make sure it appears in both the history of the cemetery and Metta's memorial. It's quite a story!
Multnomah was the only cemetery on the East side of town that accepted suicides, syphilitics, divorcees, executed criminals and "loose women" in the eastern part of the city until 1920.
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