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Lisa Upton (#47111529)
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Cynthia Hauptman - Dozier-Brown
My son's headstone is gone...
I went to see my son's grave in the Oregon city cemetary and his headstone is missing? Someone has put rocks in an oval around his little grave, but the headstone is gone. What do I do? I can't imagine why anyone would want to steal my newborn babies headstone. Do you know if it was removed by the groundskeeper because it wasn't put in concrete? Or how do I find out? Thank you for your assistance on this matter.
Added by Cynthia Hauptman - Dozier... on Dec 29, 2016 1:46 PM
RE: Arthur G. Miller
Sherry did get in touch with me and I thank you for sending her my way. I just mailed off the dictionary to her today so it's on it's way home. Sue
Added by Sue on Jan 12, 2016 6:14 PM
Linda Rhoadarmer
RE: fred allerton, 37369626
Leave yours. California Death Index trumps Cemetery Map. The date on the cemetery map may be when he was buried, August 1, 1951. Thanks for getting back to me. Linda
Added by Linda Rhoadarmer on Jan 12, 2016 2:45 PM
RE: Arthur G. Miller
Lisa, thank you soooooooo much for forwarding this information to me. I am overwhelmed!! Family lore is that Elizabeth Birmingham Miller was married before Arthur to a Mullens in Australia and had two children she brought into the marriage in 1858, and Arthur must have given those children his surname. I am curious to know if this person with the dictionary might unknowingly be a member of this clan. I would love to have the dictionary of course being Arthur & Elizabeth Millers g-g-granddaughter, but would also love to put the pieces of this puzzle together. I look forward to hearing from this person and thanks again Lisa. What a find!!! Sherry
Added by Sherry on Jan 12, 2016 9:26 AM
Arthur G. Miller
Hi: I have an 1852 Websters dictionary that probably belonged to Arthur G. Miller and his wife Elizabeth Birmingham. In the very back of this BIG dictionary is written Arthur G. Miller and Elizabeth Birmingham married Nov. 9th. 1858.

That's all, no other writing in the book. After finally looking for them I see that in the 1860 census that they had 3 children. Since they weren't married until 1858 this doesn't seem possible. I'm not related to this family and have had this dictionary for over 40 years. All the 1000 plus pages are still in it, some are lose.

I would be glad to give this book to a family member if they are willing to pay the postage. Thanks, Sue Wood
Added by Sue on Jan 11, 2016 2:32 PM
Linda Rhoadarmer
fred allerton, 37369626
Do you have the correct death date? I have August 1, 1951. Linda
Added by Linda Rhoadarmer on Dec 30, 2015 10:35 PM
Lorraine Keith
James Abney
Thank you for adding the memorial 36283152 and photo of the gravestone for James Abney who was buried in the Forbestown Cemetery, Butte County, California. I don't think I would have learned what happened to him otherwise.
Added by Lorraine Keith on Dec 09, 2015 8:40 PM
Ben Koff
His plot number at Butte County Cemetery is R6/N161A.

Added by Tess on Oct 10, 2014 10:26 AM
Thomas Eason
Cemetery records show him as Thomas Fanson.

It's interesting how many markers you have photographed but their names are not on the official list. 5 so far and I'm only on the E's!
Added by Tess on May 03, 2012 6:07 PM
Everett Davis
The cemetery has him b. 9/24/1875 and d. 1/3/1948. It also shows his last name as Davie.
Added by Tess on May 03, 2012 5:49 PM
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