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Melissa Keller
RE: James O Walker
I found the 1930's interview online....it wasn't something I did myself. Here is the link. http://files.usgwarchives.net/mo/caldwell/misc/booth2.txt The cemetery is in terrible shape. I believe every stone that is at all legible has been photographed. Many of the graves have been moved to the larger cemetery in Hamilton and most of the stones are destroyed by time and vandalism. We visit the cemetery every Memorial Day because it is down the road from the larger cemetery where we have family. I added 8 photos in 2012 and I photographed everything I could read. I can try to find him, but I'm certain there is nothing to photograph.
Added by Melissa Keller on Mar 21, 2013 7:48 PM
ZiegeFrau
RE: Mount Union cemetery photos
Thanks f.n. I sent you a message earlier today and am just now receiving this message from you. Thanks so much for attempting to head off my trip to the cemetery. I appreciate you trying to let me know. I've been out-of-town so am now catching up on emails. Best wishes. Julie
Added by ZiegeFrau on Mar 19, 2013 12:35 PM
Jennifer
Vivian
Thank you for everything!
Added by Jennifer on Mar 18, 2013 10:40 PM
Jennifer
Aasums
Ole and Ingeborg brought Tom "Leif" through Ellis Island in 1908, with his older brother Frank, "Bjarne". Thank you for adding the pics. It's very kind and they are special to me.
Added by Jennifer on Mar 18, 2013 6:58 PM
Jennifer
Awesome AAsum
Thank you!
Added by Jennifer on Mar 18, 2013 6:52 PM
Sue
RE: Sarah Ketcham
Thank you for your offer to try to find her, but I don't have any info about her that is reliable. I only have the burial info from this Find-a-grave (#29571235) post. I'm not sure what source of information was used to suggest she was buried at Oak Lawn. I do know she was living in Corvallis, Benton, OR from at least 1930 - 1940 per US Fed. Census records. Age on 1940 census was 74, so per that, her birth was about 1866-67. Maiden name was Evans. Husband's name was Thomas. Ketcham has been spelled Ketcham/Ketchum/Ketchem on various documents. Her full name was Sarah Agnes, and she sometimes went by Agnes. I don't live in OR, so don't have access to documents without paying an arm and a leg for them. I have been unable to find an ODI for her on Ancestry, but probably because I don't have a date of death. Please don't go to any trouble looking for her, but if you happen across any additional info in the course of your regular research, I would appreciate the info.
Thanks,
Sue
Added by Sue on Mar 16, 2013 8:17 AM
Sue
Sarah Ketcham
Thank you for your time and effort trying to locate Sarah Ketcham's grave. I'm sorry to have sent you on a wild goose chase, but I appreciate knowing that she is mot buried there!
I appreciate all you did.
Sue
Added by Sue on Mar 14, 2013 4:10 PM
 

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