|Sue Wehnert Guss (#47016506)|
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Adopted from Denmark in 1947 by Elmo & Gertrude Wehnert of Blodgett Oregon. The most wonderful and loving parents ever.|
Married to Thomas O Guss in 1974, one totally awesome dude. (that's him on the left holding grandson Tyler).
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|EGF||Stanley Edgar Esterholdt #131596780|
Even though the funeral services appear to have been held at River View Cemetery's chapel, the interment is without question at Riverview Abbey Mausoleum. He is interred in a crypt beside his wife, Lucille Esterholdt, at the far west end of Marigold Corridor.
I've posted photos of the crypt marker as well as the U. S. Coast Guard emblem attached to the marker, and a view of Marigold Corridor where the crypts are located. Be sure to click on "more photos" to see the images that didn't fit on the memorial's first page.
So....the burial location should be edited to show the interment at Riverview Abbey Mausoleum.
Added by EGF on Mar 27, 2017 2:36 AM
|Joel Frampton Gilfert||Rev DeWitt C Huntington 131662327|
Reverend Huntingdon is buried at Spring Mills Cemetery, Independence, Allegany County, NY. Thank You, Joel Gilfert, President-Caretaker, Eldred Oak Hill Cemetery.
|Janet Muff||Charlotte (Marshall) McHuron|
I saw your memorial for Charlotte yesterday, but I'm going to decline your edit asking that I link Lynes Mehurin to his other. I don't link my memorials to people whose burial is unknown.
Should you find the location of her burial, please let me know and I'll be happy to make the link.
My grand father Barney Rainwater is #42866478, he comes from a large group of relatives, leaving them as aunts and uncles.
Added by Linda on Nov 13, 2016 12:59 PM
Would you consider transfer the site to me?
Added by Linda on Nov 13, 2016 11:43 AM
I see you have posted #29481287. I am #48379366 looking for information and family of my grandfather #42866478, Barney Rainwater.
Added by Linda on Nov 13, 2016 9:35 AM
|Mark and Glorene Stevens||RE: Frederick Les Small Memorial# 114218144|
It's a long story and we are still trying to figure it all out. My Great Aunt Ida Staines first married Charles Bardell and it is rumored Charles died a year after Frederick was born, but we can't find that info. She remarries in 1906 to Leo Clayton. Frederick was rumored to have been adopted by a Small family, but we are still trying to find their names as by the 1920 census he is married and going by the name Small. He also shows up in the same census with his mother Ida with the last name Bardell living with Leo and Ida Clayton. I haven't found him in the 1910 census which might solve the Small name.
I would appreciate it if you could link Frederick to his birth mom. If I find his adoptive parents I will let you know.
|Nancy Simpson||Rachel Elizabeth (Hiles) Eakin|
I am working with the family to personalize the graves. Rachel Eakin has two death certificates in the pictures. We would like to delete your death certificate and add another picture of her. Would you agree to deleting your death certificate. Thank you.
Memorial # 48947415
|MissKitty||John Oliver Brown death certificate|
May I have your permission to download the image of the death certificate of John Oliver Brown (Memorial# 29884702)?
I would like to upload it into my Ancestry Family Tree.
Thank you for your consideration.
|ScottishPiper||Walter Sheldon Brown|
Walter Brown is my 1st cousin 3x removed. His mother, Martha Prudence Hornblower, is my 3rd Great Aunt who married Seth Sheldon Brown (aka Walter's father). Walter's brother, Stanley Livingston Brown was also very intelligent/ well educated. Walter moved to Oregon to teach and raised his family there. The Brown family were quite agricultural as they were mainly farmers from Allegany and Cattaraugus counties of New York State. My mother's grandmother was Edna Mae Hornblower related to Henry Hornblower as 1st cousin 1x removed. -- "Hornblower & Weeks was an investment banking and brokerage firm founded by Henry Hornblower and John W. Weeks in 1888. At its peak in the late 1970s, Hornblower ranked eighth among member firms of the New York Stock Exchange in number of retail offices, with 93 retail sales offices located in the United States and Europe."
// Sorry, no family inheritance of wealth here and my distant relatives most likely appeal and recognize only their immediate family members as I would be a total stranger to them.
I might receive a small greeting from someone in that family who has interest and has been involved in genealogy. - I have a 3rd cousin, Lance Shaner, CEO - President of Shaner Corp. and is a multi millionaire. Also I'm distantly related to William T. Piper [deceased] founder of Piper Aircraft, Inc. // So from the several hundred to a few thousand kin folk ... some have prospered and became wealthy while others had a good life then many just getting by.
- Everyone has a family history - Success is only measured by you ! A long as you are loved, have family, try to be happy and do the best you can .. then each day you've been blessed. I hope you get a hug, a smile and told "I love you" everyday or more often than not. Take care and thanks for sending me a message.
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