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Bonnie Miles (#47554111)
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Bio Photo I was raised in Montana, married and moved to Kentucky. As a single person, I moved to Washington state for a new beginning, only to find out I have ancestors that beat me here. I began ancestory research a few years ago and traced family from North Carolina, Kentucky, Arkansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana and Washington. I love find a grave, and it brings great satisfaction to find where my various grandparents are at rest.
I am a new photo volunteer as of June 2014, I will do my best to fulfill the requests I receive.
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Don Green
RE: Council Hart
You're very welcome for the photos, Bonnie. Glad I could help out ! Yes, seem to be getting a few 2nd wives today for some reason. Guess they run in streaks.

Added by Don Green on Oct 15, 2012 9:12 PM
RE: James Oliver
Bonnie, Check your E-mail, pictures sent. Let me know if you receive them OK
Added by JIM HAAS on May 12, 2012 3:04 PM
RE: James Oliver
A PS Checking the Port Collins records James is listed as a Veteran. Also in looking I'm sure he and his wife were relocated from Mountain Home Cem.
Added by JIM HAAS on May 12, 2012 10:36 AM
RE: James Oliver
Bonnie, Something interesting, Your 3 G grandfather must have been originally buried at Mountain Home Cemetery and moved to Grandview in about 1887. This might help in your research. Grandview didn't open till 1887 James died in 1885. I wonder if they moved the headstones too. No records of who was moved, I checked.
Added by JIM HAAS on May 12, 2012 10:02 AM
RE: James Oliver
I went back over to Grandview and ask if there was anyway that they could repair the stone, ( there are very few in that shape ) They told me no, it would have to be done by a family member .
Added by JIM HAAS on May 12, 2012 1:18 AM
James Oliver
The pictures are posted, The headstones are in bad shape as you can see, I read your note to Lynn. This Cemetery is one of the best kept resting places that I have been to, If you notice the headstone has been repaired a number of times over the last 127 years. If James is a relative and was a veteran . you could get a replacement stone from the Government. at no cost to you . He is buried in the soldiers section of the cemetery . I wish I could repair it myself. I have looked at it many times over the last 10 years.
Added by JIM HAAS on May 11, 2012 12:46 PM
James Oliver
The headstone is broken and in very bad shape, It is right near our Family plot. I'll do the best I can in the next few days.
Added by JIM HAAS on May 10, 2012 12:57 PM

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