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|Cynthia Moore Pomeroy (#47419673)|
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I am an avid geneologist, lover of history, walking through graveyards, and helping make connections on both sides of the veil. You are welcome to use any photo that I have posted.|
I have passed the point of being able to keep up on all the memorials I am a custodian of. If you find your family member/s among my contributions, I will gladly transfer their memorial/s to you, unless they are my direct-line or a closer relative to me.
Do not be afraid to ask. Not only are we finding lost loved ones here, but we are bringing families back together and that includes you ...
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Barbara (Loffer..., Christina, Dovie Hazelwood, Elizabeth Tilto..., Mary Moore Lunc..., Mike Fernández, Murphy Memories, Patricia Mechli..., Preservationist, rhonda carver b..., SuzyQ
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|Kathleen Susan Dew Dempsey||DEXTER-BUSH|
Hello Cynthia ,
Thank you for your work , it is greatly appreciated. My Dad is the nephew of George Calvin Dexter and of Grace Dexter Bush .
I spend a great deal of my time with Family History, too. Are you L.D.S. ?
I am grateful that you are allowing me to copy these photo's.
From my heart to yours.
Kathleen S. Dew Dempsey
|Nancy Berntson||THOMAS, Amanda Lynn|
You added a beautiful picture of Amanda to her site and I was curious if you are related to her.
My email is Berntline@gmail.com
|Julie Huggins||RE: Daughter Nanna 66188808|
Thank you. I want you to know there is also a headstone for an infant son of G.L & M.L. Nanna, born April 18, 1891 & died April 22, 1891. I can send it to you if you need. it.
|Skip Berquam||Grave of Eugene D. Berquam|
Thank you for posting the picture of my father's headstone. That had been an unmarked grave. I found it on a trip to Portland, and had the headstone made. I haven't been back to Portland since, and did not have a picture of the stone. Thank you.
|sheila joanou||Dan L Boyle|
I just received the notification that a picture was taken of my Grandfathers grave marker.
I have been trying so desperately to find information on him. I never really got to meet him so only knew him through my dad. When I saw the picture it brought tears to my eyes. Somehow it made him a little more real.
So I thank you from the bottom of my heart. You must really be such a great person to do this for people. It is such a small thing one would think , but no, it is not, it is a really big thing. Thank you so much. If there is ever anything I can help you with in Phoenix, please do not hesitate to ask me.
Sheila Boyle Joanou
|Clare Visk||Jesse McComb|
Thank you so much for the pictures of Jesse McComb's grave. He was my grandmother's stepfather but she considered him "pa" as her biological father died when she was two and Jesse was the only father figure she knew. He was very good to her. Incidentally, my grandmother is still alive at 102 1/2! She still talks about "Pa".
|Dovie Hazelwood||MOORE CHILDREN|
CYNTHIA,THIS IS DOVIE MOORE HAZELWOOD.I DONT KNOW ABOUT THE GRAVE OF TRESA ETOLE MOORE.BUT I WAS TOLD BY MY MOTHERS FAMILY,& VIOLA KIRK THAT THE CHILDREN WERE BURIED AT GRANDMA RACHELS FEET.THEIRS FOUR CHILDREN.DOVIE
|Charlotte Covey||Your photo request for Tiny Ann Moore|
I walked the entire Rose cemetery looking for Tiny Ann Moore (101486352). The closest thing I could find was a stone for Thresa Etola Moore born Jun 17, 1938 and died Sep 27, 1938. I have
the photo, but I hesitated to put it on your memorial because of the name difference.
Please let me know what you think.
|Adriana||RE: Roger Dale PICKARD # 102508757|
You've already augmented this memorial SO well! I'm glad you kept the other references (especially the G/B Cem rec) so others know the connection. Best Regards, A.
Added by Adriana on Apr 04, 2013 12:25 PM
I was just looking at his memorial when you added a photo of his marker. This dear little boy drowned near the falls on the Willamette river by the paper mill in Oregon City. He was waiting for his father with his little red wagon, to get off of work. It was a tragic accident. Thank you for honoring him.
Added by Eellitta on Dec 30, 2012 8:38 PM
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