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Tim (#47465141)
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John Rauch
RE: Carrie Irene Davis Lomax McDiarmid
They would be 2nd. cousins twice removed. Do you live in WA?
Added by John Rauch on Sep 09, 2015 11:48 PM
John Rauch
RE: Carrie Irene Davis Lomax McDiarmid
Then I guess you would be related to my wife. She is related to the McDiarmids. Maybe only by marriage.
Added by John Rauch on Sep 09, 2015 9:07 AM
John Rauch
Carrie Irene Davis Lomax McDiarmid
Where did you get this awesome photo of Irene? Are you connected to this arm of the McDiarmid family?
Added by John Rauch on Sep 08, 2015 3:57 PM
Ronald Mosher
Willow Ridge Cemetery
I've visited the cemetery 4 or 5 times since 2000. Every time I've been up there, the grass has been kept short and the fence in good shape. It's usually later in the summer when I've gone, and I don't stay long. It's usually fairly dry when I've gone. Every time I've gone through, it's clear that Bears have been through in the last day or two.
Added by Ronald Mosher on Aug 21, 2015 8:32 AM
Ronald Mosher
Willow Ridge Cemetery
Hello Tim, Hope all is well. Before she passed away, I met with Evelyn (May Evelyn) Abell Lockwook. She told me that when she was a little girl, they use to go to the Willow Ridge Cemetery to tidy up and pull weeds from around the tombstone. As a young adult, she had moved to the Lewiston-Clarkston area, but went to visit the cemetery. She was shocked and greatly angered. A farmer with land close by thought no one visited the cemetery, so he took up all the wooden tombstones and either burned them or pilled them up to rot. He could not get the stone or concrete stones up. But he plowed the cemetery and planted something. He plowed around the stones he could not get up. Just furious that someone would do this, she contacted the local sheriff and wrote a letter to the local paper. After that, it appears a committee was formed to take care of the cemetery. A fence was put up and the remaining stones taken care of. (cont.)
Added by Ronald Mosher on Aug 21, 2015 8:28 AM
Willard Watson
Lola Montz Sweet Carnahan
Hi Tim,

Thanks for posting a photo of my great-grandmother Lola Montz Sweet Carnahan. Where did you get it? I uploaded a couple of photos to Lafayette's memorial that were left behind when my grandmother passed away. But I've never seen this one. Are you in any way related?

Willard Watson
Added by Willard Watson on Aug 02, 2013 10:32 AM
Charles Edward Davis
Just saw the picture you added for Charles, very nice! Hope all is well. Odette
Added by Odette on Mar 21, 2013 2:46 PM
Shirley Ann Rankin
Effie Daniel
Hi Tim,
Can you verify Effie's birthdate for me? I have two dates, July 7 and July 15. Thanks.
Added by Shirley Ann Rankin on May 12, 2012 8:42 AM
Rita Balichek
Grant Sweet
I have a great aunt, Rose Skinner Shriver, who married Grant Sweet after the death of her husband, James Shriver in Idaho. Can you tell me if this is the right Grant??
Added by Rita Balichek on Oct 06, 2011 7:56 PM
Patrick J. DeGeorge
Benjamin F. Abell
Is the Benjamin F. Abell you have a picture for the Benjamin F. Abell who was John Miller Abell's brother and served with him in the Civil War?
Added by Patrick J. DeGeorge on Aug 24, 2011 7:24 AM
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