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|Sarah Sutton||RE: Courtney, Harold|
I am happy to manage all the ones I have added photos too, I think 13 in all. thanks Sarah
|Tim & Grace||William H. Richardson in Eagleville Cemetery|
Thank you for transferring the memorial for William H. Richardson to my care. I have linked him to his parents and 1st wife back here in Maine.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330
|Christina & Rebecca O||RE: Ervin & Marcie Smitten|
Thank you for finding the information.
|Christina & Rebecca O||RE: Ervin & Marcie Smitten|
Ervin is a distant relative of my fraternal great grandmother. My mother and I are researching our family and we wanted to know which cemetery was correct. I haven't found anything saying they were alive, so that's why I wondered if they were.
We live in Las Vegas and we are not able to go up to Reno, I would be happy if you had any more information on them.
|Christina & Rebecca O||Ervin & Marcie Smitten|
I was wondering which memorial is correct for both of them. You created each of them. For Ervin you have a memorial for Nevada, 73138910, and a memorial for California, 98729837. For Marcie you have a memorial for Nevada, 73138998, and a memorial for California, 98729943. Are they still alive because there are no death dates on any of them?
|BillGransee||RE: Beatrice McQueen|
When a relative does her/his research and realize we do our best it makes Genealogy more interesting. It is the little things that really count with our clients.
Sorry for my delayed response. I would be happy to transfer them to you. I have never transferred before, what type of information do I need to do this?
|Patricia Hollenbeck||RE: Polander Eagleville Cemetery|
What are you looking for on the Polander's of Eagleville?
|BillGransee||Lyle Cook AKA Harry Lyle Cook|
Your request for me to delete Lyle Cook AKA Harry Lyle Cook has been honored.
Have notice you did not link wife and husband memorials. This has been accomplished.
Have a nice day.
|Russ Carter||Guy Hackenberg|
Thanks for the info on Guy. Could you also link him to his parents:
James Hackenberg Find A Grave Memorial# 70845436
Margeret Ellen Warren Hackenberg Find A Grave Memorial# 62511533.
Also the obit you posted has a bunch of typo's in it. Below is a corrected copy.
Funeral services were held April 15 in the Cedarville Community Church for Guy Hackenberg, 86, who passed away in the Klamath Falls Hospital April 11. Burial was in the Eagleville Cemetery. The Rev. Fred Plocher conducted the service and pall bearers were Arnie Werner, Bill Minto, Davie I. Grove, Rob Buchanan, Floyd Cook and Willis Warren, all of Eagleville.
Born October 24, 1889 in Kansas, Guy Franklin Hackenberg was a son of James M. Hackenberg and Ella Warren Hackenberg. Just when he came to California is not known, but it is known that Guy Hackenberg benefited from attendance at the school for the deaf in Oakland, California. In Oakland Guy met and married Edith Mabrier. They lived for a time in Central Point, Oregon, near Edith's maternal grandfather Jones who lived in Medford. Guy and Edith moved to Eagleville in 1937 and settled in the Mabrier Addition where Edith had inherited property.
At the school for the deaf in Oakland, Guy and Edith had been prepared for the business of traveling salesmen of needles, thread and sewing accessories. Early memories of the couple, shared by persons now living in Surprise Valley, tell of the Hackenberg's traveling throughout northern Nevada, northeastern California and southern Oregon in the middle 1930's.
Edith Mabrier Hackenberg preceded her husband in death in June 1970. In spite of Guy's handicap of deafness, he was an able person who found and fulfilled opportunities to work. He is remembered as an efficient hand in the hay fields of earlier years. He operated a combine-grain harvester and although he could hear no sound, he could feel the changes in the patterns of the vibrations of the machine whenever some part was not functioning properly. He would stop the machinery and find and correct the cause of the trouble, restart the combine and proceed with the harvest.
He raised pigs and sometimes sold a hog or two to a neighbor. He also sold fresh fruit in season from his fruit trees by going door-to-door or selling to stores in Alturas. It sometimes took the exchange quite a number of written messages before a bargain would be struck and the business completed to the mutual satisfaction of both parties. Guy was a careful and able business man.
June 25, 1975 Guy Hackenberg was joined in marriage with Arvilla Rose Howard in Red Bluff. They established their residence in Cedarville. Surviving Guy Franklin Hackenberg are his wife of Cedarville; four sisters; Eva Stultzman of Portland, Oregon, Lillie Fulton of Vancouver, Wash., Opal McGinnis Bottom of Willimina, Oregon and Dora Lee of West Kelso, Wash.; one brother James Hackenberg of Portland, Oregon and a number of nieces and nephews.
Modoc County Record - April 22, 1976 (Page 8)
Ocean Park, WA
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