|Hank Garner (#47554616)|
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|Located in Camas Washington; Near Washougal, Fern Prairie & Vancouver.|
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|Michelle Leighton||Daniel S Artie Garner|
Sorry, once I looked at the memorial page identified as Daniel S Garner, I realized that was Great Uncle Artie (Daniel Artie Garner); therefore, this link is correct. You ad previously asked me about Beulah Garner and I do not find that she is related to any Garner's I know. She must belong to another branch.
|Michelle Leighton||Children of Frankline Pierce|
As you can see from the posted photo from the family bible, Daniel and beulah Garner are NOT the children of Franklin Pierce Garner. They had two sons: Gilbert Francis and Daniel Artie Garner.
I am also requesting again to assume ownership of this record.
If you have any questions, please let me know. I am going to process the request to change/update their children.
|Dan Ryan||RE: Ellingtons|
You're welcome, glad I could help.
Added by Dan Ryan on Aug 10, 2015 4:12 PM
|Michelle Leighton||RE: Artie Houston Garner|
Thank you very much. I am on a hiatus from all things ancestry at least thru the end of August, but will defintely be back into the research after that date.
|Michelle Leighton||Artie Houston Garner|
I would like to take over the maintenance of this account since this is my Grandfather and so that I can correct and add information to the page.
|Kathleen Johnson||Glen Garner|
Have you set up his mermorial for when he dies? Because I don't see a death date. I'm just curious.
|country bumpkin||RE: Thanks|
|Margi||RE: THANKS for the photo|
You are most welcome. I'm gald that I was able to help.
Mary (Grave 77-U) is actually buried above Walter (Grave 77) and her name hasn't been added to the headstone. I've posted 2 of the photos to her memorial, just not the headstone photo.
Added by Margi on Nov 05, 2013 7:55 PM
|David Hawk||RE: Thanks|
You are welcome. Doesn't take much tromping to cover Klondike. Takes some tromping to get to it though. Gate is always locked and its about a half mile walk back to the cemetery. Good exercise!!
Thanks for the offer to take over Artie's memorial. I'm sure he's in good hands.
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