|Jeff Davis||Guy and Lottie Goble|
Good afternoon sweetpea,
I linked the memorials of Guy and Lottie Eleatherman Goble. I added the wedding information into the Bio section of Guy's memorial.
|James "Ollie" Banda||Goble|
Im not sure what you are wanting on the Goble memorial, please be more specific and send me memorial numbers to link them. If its a relative or if youd like for any other reason, i can transfer it to you.
|SDT||RE: Marquam School|
Glad you liked it !
Added by SDT on May 17, 2016 8:40 PM
There are 2 memorial for Rachel, yours #14201648
and #34029540 created later. Can you add the children to your memorial or a hotlink to link the 2 together since yours was first and has the links to parents & husband already. The other member has disabled messages so I can't send them a message. Can you also add the pix as well that you put on the other memorial.
I am working on my Munson side of the family so sending edits when I come across them on f-a-grave. Thanks for all the work you have done on here.
Added by dhutson on Apr 27, 2016 8:27 AM
|Gracie Ann Matisyn||RE: Emily Marion Buckman Phillips|
Hi Thanks for your message. I can't delete a photo thats not mine. Eventhough I set up the memorial. It will only let the person who posted it do that.
|LeRoy Krsiean||Thank You|
Thank you for the information regarding Alvina Potter. It shall post it to her Memorial, and I shall transfer her Memorial to you. I do have a copy of her book, "Many Live of the Lynx". LeRoy.
|Warren Laws||Albert D Laws|
Albert D Laws was my Great Grandfather. My Grandfather was F. C. Laws. I was doing some research on a micrometer invented by AD Laws. Does anyone know anything about this?
Thank you.If you ever need anything from Miller cemetery,I took pictures of every page of the Miller records,and have them on my computer.A winter project,so many are not on Find A Grave.
Added by SDT on Dec 22, 2015 6:17 PM
Have you seen this one?
Sad news was received here Tuesday by Mrs. E.A. Hartman announcing the death of her father,Geo.Dunlavy, who passed away that morning at the home of his son John Dunlavy. Mr. Dunlavy was a pioneer and came to Oregon by way of wagon and ox team.
He was a member of the Masonic lodge and was well and favorably known here,and had made his home at Shaniko for a number of years.He was stricken with paralysis March 7,1921,and never fully recovered the right use of himself afterward.He is survived by one son and one daughter.Interment will be Saturday near Silverton beside his wife.The community express their sympathy for the bereaved ones.
The Maupin Times
Added by SDT on Dec 21, 2015 9:35 PM
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