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If you got one of my edits and you're wondering if I'm a relative of someone whose grave record you manage, the answer is no. I read a lot of old newspapers and genealogies; turns out your great-uncle Morton was quite the mover-and-shaker back in Winnemucca, at least up until that unpleasant incident with his wife, his girlfriend, and ol' widow MacPherson. Bless her soul, she always was blind as a bat.|
But listen, Morton was actually born in South Winnemucca, not Winnemucca Township... I know, yeah — can you believe that 1897 county line readjudication? Registrar of deeds must've had a hell of a year, am I right? Eh?
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|Sally Heys||Alvin Orsted entry|
Thank you so much for entering Alvin Orsted into findagrave. He was my brother Tom's father-in-law. We appreciate your remembrance of him.
Hi - Thank you for taking the time to make some edits to my Scottish cohort of graves. Much appreciated
Added by Joanna on Aug 21, 2014 4:43 AM
|Vicki Minor Barker||RE: Lowell|
Yes it is Kirk Cemetery.
|Volunteer||No info, sorry!|
I can't imagine why I just have half of a tombstone on this picture. I typically do that if a bush or something was obscuring the other side of the stone. I'm sorry that I can't be more helpful to you. I looked at the other names I put on Find A Grave that were similar but it doesn't seem like there is a "left" half of the stone. Sorry!
|Judith Pierce Gunnett||Victor Bowen|
Changes made - thank you for the info
I transferred the Herren memorials to you, as you seem to have quite a bit of information on the family. Thank you for your interest and contributions. Sincerely,
Added by KKatman on Mar 28, 2014 3:15 PM
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