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|DRG||RE: Margurite Barber #97980075|
I GOOGLED her name and it came up on Obit Tree.
It said brought to you by PEAKE FUNERAL CHAPEL
1925 SE Scott Street Milwaukie, OR 97222
Added by DRG on Aug 15, 2017 12:04 AM
|Carlynn Thatcher||Belle Dahl, wife of Henry Dahl|
Do you know when & where Belle died.
I can't find any info.
|Douglas Kirk Sorensen||William Gilbert article|
Thank you so very much for sharing this great article with me. I've added it all to his bio section. It is so fitting. Gratefully - Doug Sorensen
|Betty||Benjamin F Davey|
Thank you for the picture of the grave stone. Nice photo.
Added by Betty on Jul 26, 2017 6:03 PM
|DRG||RE: Margurite Barber #97980075|
Here is where I found the obit for Marguerite Elinore Barber
I GOOGLED her name and it came up on the Obit Tree site and the funeral homes name at the bottom was PEAKE Funeral Chapel 1925 SE Scott Street Milwaukie, OR 97222
telephone - 503-654-7755
I hope this is the information that you need. IF NOT....please let me know what else I can find for you. Deb
Marguerite Elinor Barber: Obituary The last surviving member of five children, Marguerite Elinor Barber passed away peacefully at Rose Villa on February 20 at the grand age of 102. Born in Maurice Iowa in February 1909, Marguerite completed business training in Sioux City (1929). She married Joel Barber in 1938, they moved to Portland, and over the years lived and housed friends and family in Seattle, San Francisco, Reno, and Washington D.C. She remained employed until her retirement in 1973 having worked for such firms as H.J. Heinz; Encinal Terminals; Peat, Marwick & Mitchell and the U.S. Government. During and after the war she was a manager of WWII supply transport. Widowed since 1971, Marguerite has been a resident at Rose Villa since 1981 and has spent her retirement volunteering. Known and respected for her common sense, generous heart and dry humor, she will be deeply missed by family and friends. She is survived by ten nieces and nephews and two step-grandchildren. Memorials can be sent to the Milwaukie Congregational, United Church of Christ, 4790 SE Logus Road, Milwaukie OR
Added by DRG on Jul 25, 2017 9:44 AM
The first name on this memorial, 'Carrie Alfred Scott' should be Carric.
This is per the 1910, 1920 census records, the marriage cert. (w/ Josephine Twigger)12-10-1924 Stevenson, wa. and Patent UA1546111A.
|Darlene Gordon||Roy Scott Bush #126787550|
I have a question as to the birth information on FindAGrave that you created. I have not found a birth record for Roy Scott Bush, but from the only record I have found regarding a birth date was his WWI registration Card giving the birth date 4 February 1889 Lodi, Seneca, New York. In the photo on FindAGrave the headstone is 1889-1940. Yet the birth information states: 7 Jun 1881. Do you know what source you used to place that birth information there? I believe it should be changed to reflect 4 February 1889. Other secondary sources like the 1905 New York State Census also point to 1889. US Census 1910, 1930, and 1940 also give 1889 birth year. US Census 1900 and 1920 give 1890.
There is clearly a problem and I don't know why know one else has caught this. I have look into families trees with this individual and they relied on the Find A Grave as a source for the birth date. Looking forward to your reply.
Thanks for creating and sharing these memorials. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
|Calmly Searching||Robert Sagar|
Thank you so much for the obit for Robert and for the edits you sent.
Appreciate you time and dedication.
Thank you for all the excellent volunteer efforts you do for Find A Grave. I know how much time it takes doing this. You took these headstone pix in 2012 and i just found them. thx, Kenny
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