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|Marie searching||RE: Mary Bridge|
You're very welcome, thank you for giving us a reason to enjoy this beautiful day and place.
|Dale Adams||RE: Reyher|
hello, I got pics of 24 reyhers.
If you need better pics than those already posted, I can help.
|Suzanne Andrews||Albert Hocking|
I went to the cemetery today and was able to get to Albert Hocking's gravesite. On the front of the headstone is F. Divel, and on the south side of the headstone is Annie Divel Hocking. Albert Hocking is listed on the north side of the stone. I wasn't sure if you knew about these people so I took photos of each side. There is a memorial created for F. Divel. I created a memorial for Annie. I will be happy to transfer it to you if you would like to manage it. Just let me know.
|Suzanne Andrews||RE: Hartzell/Hocking Pictures|
You are welcome. I believe you also asked for Albert Hocking. I couldn't get to that gravesite because of the snow piled up around that area. We have had quite a lot of snow in the past few weeks which has made it difficult for find-a-grave searches. Albert Hocking is still on my list and I plan to try again this week to see if that area is any better.
|Nathan Haines||Ben B Twombly|
I got the pics you requested for Ben B Twombly. If I put too many pics let me know and I will get rid of any you don't want, ok?
You can see in the one picture that there is quite a view looking out over Portland from this grave site. If you click on the picture it makes it bigger. The hazy looking hills on the horizon to the left of center in the picture, way off in the distance; downtown Portland is right by those hills, on this side of them. Us locals call them the West Hills since they separate the western part of Portland from downtown and the hills are due west of downtown. When you click on the picture you can see downtown Portland in the picture, not real well but you can see all the big buildings.
This cemetery sits on top of a small mountain in S.E. Porland area called Mt Scott so there are some really neat views from up here.