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Patrick Wills (#47634274)
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Bio Photo Born in 1950 in Longview, Washington and served 20 years in the U S Coast Guard before retiring to a small farm SW of Corvallis, Oregon. Father of 4 married to Michalene Walker of San Francisco.
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Linda
RE: Can you correct this entry (Forslin) - New Dayton Cemetery
Hi there -- I've transferred the two memorials to your care so that you can make the necessary corrections.

Take care - Linda
Added by Linda on Aug 16, 2014 8:05 PM
Perry Youngs
RE: John Candler memorial # 45499466
Patrick,

Thanks for catching the typo, it should be 1887 and has been corrected.

Perry
Added by Perry Youngs on Dec 12, 2013 4:35 PM
Long Black Veil
RE: Glen Wills, Lower Salt Lick Cemetery
I'm glad I could help. If I can be of any more help please let me know.

Many of the Wills families I knew.

God Bless
Added by Long Black Veil on Jan 18, 2013 12:39 PM
Long Black Veil
Glen Wills, Lower Salt Lick Cemetery
Thank you for pointing out my mistakes. I have corrected my errors on Glen Wills and his mother and connected Glen to his parents.


The Lower Salt Lick Cemetery, was one of the worst cemeteries I have ever been in. I visited the Lower Salt Lick cemetery during the summer months, leaves, weeds and bushes were awful. I was so afraid with every step of getting snake bite. When you took a step you never knew how far down you were going to go with all the years and years of leaves that had filled up many holes and sunken graves The last time I photographed stones was in Nov., still one had to watch each step because of all the sunken grave and holes filled with leaves.

One gets the strangest feeling in this cemetery


One funeral home in Bath Co., told me he and his workers hated to have a burial in the Lower Salt Lick cemetery.
Added by Long Black Veil on Jan 17, 2013 10:30 PM
 

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