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|Arthur Ridley||Mae Kynett|
The memorial for Barr, Mae (Kynett) #77043715, is in error (see memorial for Mae Naomi (Stewart) Kynett #74438191). Mae is my wife's aunt. Mae married Powell Barr and after his death married Ivan Kynett.
Please either correct or delete since her memorial already exists in Lewistown City Cemetery.
Art Ridley (#47235113)
|Lila Shull||Pat Ray Richards|
Patrick Ray (1888 - 1922) Lewistown, Montana. His last name was not Richards. His mother, Tena Peter Ray married Charles Richards after my 2nd great grandfather, Ed Ray, died in 1911. I am requesting a photo of his grave if there is one. I would like for you to correct his information on Find a Grave if you are able to do that.
|Lorna Kappel||Memorial #69757228 & Forrest Young Memorial #176804207|
It appears Lillie and Alonzo Young are the parents of Forrest Young based on information extracted from the book, “They Gazed on the Beartooths”.
Mrs. Caleb Rich
One of our early western pioneer women who shared in making western history was Mrs. Caleb Rich. She was born in 1832 in New York State.
At Fredonia, New York, she married Alonzo Young. They had moved West and were located at Hastings, Minnesota, when the Civil War broke out. Their travels took them down the Mississippi River in 1871 via houseboat to St. Louis. From there to Colorado and then on to Bozeman, Montana returning to Young’s Point in 1877, where they located. Here Mr. Young established a stagecoach center.
Mrs. (Young) Rich divorced Mr. Young and married Caleb Rich in 1881 at Coulson, Montnan.
At the Danford Ranch they kept a hotel and stage station. She had a letter from Henry Plummer that told her of hidden gold. She and her brother, Dan, found and re-cached it. Dan returned to Colorado. Mrs. Rich sent for her son, Forrest Young and together they went to Sun River, got the gold, but lost it.
She lived almost a century, reaching the age of 94. She died at the Soldiers Home in Columbia Falls, Montana on August 11, 1925. She was buried in the Soldiers Home Cemetery = J. W. 1964.
Apparently Forrest Young’s ashes were stored at Acacia Park Cemetery and Mausoleum until they were later scattered over the Young’s Point by airplane. See Memorial #176804208 for additional information. You may use this information however you choose. Perhaps it will assist in linking family.
|Ann McClary||William Anthony Wolfe|
Thank you so much for the transfer.
|Jim Harrison||Checkin In|
Hi Sharon, how have you been doing? Keeping busy?
Thanks again for taking over my memorials, I have moved on to other things mainly wildlife photography in and around Yellowstone. When I turned everything over to you, I still had quite a few headstone photos that I hadn't posted, I think there were some in Butte Montana, if you were interested in posting them I would round them up and put them on a disk and send them to you. I don't know, maybe in the last 3 or 4 years they have been taken care of by someone else, anyway just a thought. My email address is
email@example.com Thanks again.
I have been researching Kertz (my mother's maiden name) family history and discovered 'find-a-grave'
info for Charles Henry Kertz (1867-1952) and John Edward Kertz (1869-1936). According to the info for these gentlemen, there spouses (Nellie R and Alexandria (Ida) were sisters. Do you know how this was determined? My research shows Nellie as being a Blanchard (per wedding info) and Alexandria being a McKenzie. Any insight would be helpful. Thank you.
Sharon, thank you so much for transferring Edward Kreiger Sr. and Jr. over to me. Ive already added Sr.s bio. Thanks for all your help with my most recent round of edits, I appreciate your time. -Caroline
Added by Caroline on Feb 22, 2017 8:22 AM
Would you please transfer the two following memorials to me.
60287322 John Graham
60287323 Audra Graham
Bruce Graham 47400529
I see you have taken management over Shepson Parr's Memorial, #61581028, mind me asking do you have relationship to this individual? You can contact me at my email on my profile page. :)
Added by Nick on Feb 15, 2017 2:23 AM
Please transfer Elva Sorensen 71899804 and her husband, John Sorensen 71899803 -- my second cousins, thanks. Lorraine in Idaho
Added by Lorraine on Feb 14, 2017 4:32 PM
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