|Kathie||R Hoffmann @ StL Calvary|
I have posted a picture for him and the others in the lot.
Please see the caption for more lot info
Added by Kathie on Jul 15, 2016 7:55 AM
|Ronald W. Garrett||Lola M. Walker|
She is listed in the Reedertown Cem. in the Pickett Co.Cem book as the dau of Benton & Delia.
|Cheryl VanDeHey Dewey||Ester Rose Spohr Hall|
Ester's parents are William F. Spohr 1864-1911 and Anna Caroline Amalie Tensfeldt 1874-1963.
Ester married Michael Isham Hall-1900-1967 also buried at Rose City Cemetery.
Ester's children are:Kenneth Melvin Hall 1925-2007
and Shirley Jalaine Hall Miller-1927
Ester's sibling: William Fred Spohr-1898,Martha Caroline Spohr Millard-1900-1946,Alexander Melvin Spohr 1907-?
Also some of the other Spohr's are buried there.
Cheryl VanDeHey Dewey-Ester is a related to my husband.
|gensearch||Victor Preisler's Memorial Page|
Hi, I submitted a couple of edits and need to correct one and add another. Per his WWI draft reg. form his middle name is "Carl" (and not the middle initial "O" as is sometimes given). Also, per that form his complete birth date is April 16, 1899. Thanks!
|Nathan Haines||Martha Ida Abraham|
Martha and her husband had to be in the highest corridor in the whole mausoleum building and in the very top tier up by the ceiling about 5000 feet up from the floor! :-] Thank God for zoom lenses right?
This one was a real challenge to get half way decent pictures of. Lights and stuff reflect images on the glass cover over the niches.
Which close up of Martha's urn do you like better the one straight on or the one at an angle where you can see all of what it says on her urn or I will leave both of them on there if you want.
There are two other people in the same niche with them, Edgar McKellar and Charles Kolb.
Edgar's Find A Grave #= 145352692
Charles' Find A Grave #= 145352906
I don't think they are related to them are they?
|Nathan Haines||PS ooops!|
I checked the newspaper for this Baby Abraham and there was nothing in the paper about him.
|Nathan Haines||Baby Abraham|
I just thunk of something.
Did you know that you can get OR death certificates that are 50 years old or more from the State of OR Archives?
They will scan them and email them to you for 5 dollars if you are a state resident and I think it is a little more if you are out of state. If you to there in person you can scan any record you want for 25 cents each!
Still 5 bucks is a whole sight better than the 27 bucks the State Vital Records office charges.
This Baby Abraham died in 1965. All of the death certificates from 1965 are now turning 50 years old. They release the ones from 1965 at the start of next year to be open to the public at which time you could get this baby's death certificate for a lot less money should you like to have it.
|Nathan Haines||Baby Boy Abraham|
I got pics per your request for "Baby Abraham". The storage area he is in is not accessible to the public.
I put captions on the pictures if you could click on those pictures to see the explanation about the pictures.
He is in the Wisteria Corridor storage. I put two pics of most of the Wisteria Corridor itself at least along with captions for the pics.
|s grimm-mullen||Richard Thomas|
Thank you for the headstone photo. I appreciate it.
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