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Brenda Leighter (#47438413)
 member for 6 years, 1 month, 13 days
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Donna Spurgin Lay
Glen Donald Townsend
Glen Donald Townsend #5324382 was married to my aunt Inez S. Spurgin Townsend. I am looking for info on her death 12/28/03. If you have any info on his or her children I would appreciate it. She did live in Myrtle Creek at the time of her death. I look forward to your response. Thank you.
Donna Lay

Added by Donna Spurgin Lay on Nov 03, 2016 1:38 PM

Anita D.
Myrtle Creek IOOF Cemetery, Douglas county, Oregon
I just wanted to so Thank you for the cemetery photo you posted for Myrtle Creek. The rainbow made me smile and reminded me of God's Promise

Added by Anita D. on Nov 04, 2013 10:15 AM

Rick Rackham
: John N Rackham
Brenda, I guess we are related then. Back in the lat 90's I traveled around to cousin Rackham's that I didn't know and got to hear stories and collect pictures of distant relatives. I saw a cupboard that was passed down from John N.. It was owned by the wife of my dad John's deceased brother. It was a cherished object from the 1800's Rackham family.
Did you hear the story of how when John N. emigrated from Loestoff, England and first arrived in Utah, he had to send his son John all the way back to England to get genealogical records so they could baptize the dead relatives? Also I recorded the train route they took across the country,(It ended short of Utah), so they walked in the rest of the way.
I also learned other stories about the family and how the valuable property was conned away.
John Richard Rackham

Added by Rick Rackham on Jan 21, 2013 6:49 AM

Rick Rackham
Thank you Brenda,
Thank you for adding the photos of my Great Great Grandfather John Rackham. It was interesting to see my Great Great Grandmother listed as one of his two wives. You have given us Rackham's great joy to see they have such a beautiful grave site and wonderful headstone. Rick Rackham

Added by Rick Rackham on Jan 20, 2013 1:40 PM

Donna in Sacramento, CA
Daniel M. Bartlett
Thanks so much for the headstone picture of Daniel, my great-great grandfather. It's really wonderful to have.

Donna

Added by Donna in Sacramento, CA on Aug 05, 2012 4:17 PM

Susan Stott
Nancy Ann Wagoner# 67380298
Thank you for creating this memorial. Nancy Ann Wagoner is my husband's ancestor. We have this same picture but it was identified as another person, Agnes Hunter. I have no knowledge of the source of information. Are you confident about your source? If so I will change my information.
Thank you~
Susan Stott

Added by Susan Stott on Jul 25, 2012 9:21 AM

Jay A. Weisgerber
RE: Polensky
Your very welcome! Sorry I didn't get the photo of Charles. I didn't see that one before I left Dickinson for home.
Jay

Added by Jay A. Weisgerber on Jul 23, 2012 4:22 PM

Fran Denny
Myrtle Creek Cemetery Photo
Your photo for this cemetery was such a unique picture...so lovely with the rainbow in the distance! Thank you.

Added by Fran Denny on Jul 15, 2012 2:06 PM

Julia Westing
RE: Jim Huey
of course :)

Added by Julia Westing on May 28, 2012 8:19 PM

Craig Handy
Mildred Johnson
Hi Brenda;
I looked for Mildred Johnson and found Phillip Johnson, and no Mildred with the name? I looked at the plot map for the cemetery and Mildred was not on the map? I'm not sure if she is buried with Phillip or in another grave? I need more information if you can help me with it. Please let me know if you have more information?

Added by Craig Handy on May 26, 2012 10:56 PM

Diane H
your message
Brenda, I would be happy to either add the info or transfer it to you, whichever you would prefer! Just let me know.

Your cousin,
Diane

Added by Diane H on May 16, 2012 8:06 PM

Amy
RE: Isakson Family Members
You are welcome. I did look in the area around Andrew & Charlotte's stone for a child, but I did not find anything for you. The leaves were blowing and I might possibly have missed a very small flat stone, but I don't think so. Sorry to have nothing better to report.
:-) A

Added by Amy on Nov 06, 2011 6:03 PM

Tracy Lichtenwalter
William Kahlor
I made the connection to his parents
Tracy

Added by Tracy Lichtenwalter on Oct 13, 2011 12:04 AM

Cherokee
RE: Charles Schwindt
Your welcome

Added by Cherokee on Sep 11, 2011 11:22 PM

Cherokee
RE: Charles Schwindt
Your Welcome

Added by Cherokee on Sep 04, 2011 8:32 PM

Gerald "Jerry" Hobson
RE: Lydia Reno
Actually, he was married three times, but I haven't enough to go on to psot his third wife's memorial.

From
A History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania (1888)
Reprinted for
Clearfield Company, Inc. by
Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.
Baltimore, Maryland
1997
page 806

OZIAS RENO, farmer, P.O. Freedom, was born in New Sewickley township, July 23, 1834, a son of Isaac and Nancy Reno, natives of Pennsylvania, and who died in Freedom. They were the parents of two children. Ozias, the only one living, was united in marriage Oct. 12, 1854, with Lydia, daughter of William Carey (deceased). She was born in Maryland, May 8, 1835, and was the mother of eleven children, five living. She died Feb. 8, 1879. July 26, 1880, Mr. Reno married Talitha A. Pritchard, who was born in Allegheny City Feb. 6, 1839, and is a daughter of Daniel and Esther Pritchard, both living. Mr. Reno was reared on a farm. When the war broke out he enlisted in Company H, 139th Regiment, P. V., and served his country nearly three years. Mrs. Reno is a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. They moved to St. Clair borough from New Sewickley township in 1883, and bought the place where they now reside.
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After this was written he evidently married Matilda

Added by Gerald "Jerry" Hobson on Aug 08, 2011 11:55 PM

Bonita Olmer
Re: John Walsh
Actually, it was my *pleasure*.

Bonita

Added by Bonita Olmer on Aug 01, 2011 5:48 PM

Bonita Olmer
RE: John Walsh
You're welcome, Brenda. It was my please to visit and photograph John Walsh's grave.

Added by Bonita Olmer on Aug 01, 2011 5:47 PM

Jan
Gillespie Cemetery
Gad, you'd think I wouldn't typo my OWN last name.....

Added by Jan on Jul 26, 2011 9:17 PM

Jan
Belle Pittsley
Oh, it makes sense now! Yes, the family is in Gillespie Cemetery and I am a member of the board for the cemetery. I did add the obituaries as I researched them. They are one of the few families who are not related to the Gillsepies, so they must have been friends or neighbors as the burials of that era were. I am sorry but that is pretty much all of the information that I have. If you find that I have made errors, please let me know. Also, if your friend would like a clearer marker photo, I can go there next Saturday. Let me know. Good luck. ~ Jan

Added by Jan on Jul 26, 2011 9:15 PM

Jan
Isabelle Olsen
Brenda: I can't find her. I must not be doing something right. Can you provide her memorial number? Or is this from Ancestry.com? Sorry, but I am confused. Not an usual state for me :) ~ Jan

Added by Jan on Jul 26, 2011 8:14 PM

USA Grannie
RE: Edward J Meyer
You are very welcome, I like to have a family member maintain a memorial, makes it much more personal and shows someone is interested, Karol

Added by USA Grannie on May 30, 2011 4:10 PM

Jeremy Ball
William Elmer Eno
Hi Brenda,

I added the biographical information that you sent me. Let me know if anything needs changing.

Jeremy

Added by Jeremy Ball on May 25, 2011 4:44 PM

Cheryl
Samuel and Abigail
You are most welcome. It is sad to see these stones with so much damage. There are some where the whole face is gone. I do have more Lester photos to upload, but the site went down for maintenance while I was working on it. So I will get back to that now while I have time. Cheryl

Added by Cheryl on Apr 16, 2011 7:46 AM

Vicki (Willis) Scribner
RE: Eno Family
It was my treat. I always like to help others. Other people have been very kind to me. Have a great day.

Added by Vicki (Willis) Scribner on Mar 31, 2011 10:46 AM

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