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|Nathan Haines (#46775496)|
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If you notice any mistakes in my info on any pages I made please let me know and I will fix it.|
If you want to use my pictures in your family research files or whatever it is fine with me.
If I have added any pictures to any pages that do not look too good and you would like a better picture of the gravestone be sure and ask and I will see if I can possibly get a better picture.
I am a direct descendant of the Richard Haines who left England aboard the ship "Amity" in 1682. He died on the ship and his wife and kids settled in NJ. Richard was my 6th Great Grandfather. There are a lot of Haines in the US from this Richard. Nathan Haines of OH was my Gr Grandfather. Ebenezer Haines who married Rebecca Berry was his father. Nathan Haines married Sarah Iiams in Grant Co., IN. I have also done a lot of research on the Iiams name. My Grandfather E. Morton Haines was born in Grant Co., IN in 1865 and moved to OR in 1892 where he lived out his life. I have a lot of family connections to Grant Co., IN.
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|Audrey DeCamp Hoffman||Roy Martin Steenson|
I moved Roy Martin Steenson to Forest Lawn Cemetery. I created memorials for Canute W Steenson 182423218 and Linda Jimette Hirst 182423949.
Linda's mother was Pearl Margaret Steenson 182424421, the daughter of Roy Martin and Maggie Steenson. She died in Gresham, Oregon,so I created a memorial for Pearl in the Forest Lawn Cemetery. I don't have a photo of her headstone. I have sent an edit for it. Pearl married James E Hirst about 1942 and I don't know when they divorced. But it was prior to 1953, because he pleaded guilty for 2nd degree burglary, and was sentence to 2 years in the Montana state prison. He died 25 MAY 1974 in Salt Lake City,Utah. I don't know where he was buried. This is something that I don't share in a bio. Pearl then married a Mr Unknown Goulet.
Thank you for all of your help.
|Richard Lewis||RE: Elver Paul Lewis|
I may have given you the dates or maybe you found them on my Ancestry site. I think I would recall sending you the dates so you probably found them on your own. It would be very nice to have a photo of the gravestone so I will click a request. Thank you very much.
I have assembled a few memorials of family members myself but they don't seem to show up the way they did when I first began. Do you have any pointers as to how I can make these memorials available for Ancestry members?
|Richard Lewis||Elver Paul Lewis|
Please note that the information concerning my uncle Elver's birth and death is completely correct according to family records
and not based on the 1940 census as the notation indicates. Thank you for your work putting together the memorial.
|RLRJ||William Arthur Young|
As you requested I place a request for photos for both Kitty May Woodworth Young and her husband William Arthur Young. Thanks for your help.
Added by RLRJ on Aug 15, 2017 3:05 AM
|P. L. Mohr||Hansen Headstones|
Thank you, Nathan, for the photos of the headstones of the Hansens in Lincoln cemetery. I love how you took two additional photos. They really enhance the memorials.
|Kastlerose||Jeanne Shreve Savage|
Thank you Nathan for finding Jeanne's headstone for me!
|Carol Albertson||Chamness family marion county|
Hi, I've been researching families in early 1800s marion county, Oregon. Joseph Chamness's father was Israel Chamnes b.1821 d.11Aug1860, mother Catherine Clock b.1821 died 21 Nov 1859...somewhere in Marion county Oregon, married 22 sep 1850 Linn co. If anyone want information on them, write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org....
they are listed at www.oregonpioneers.com/1845.htm......
|Rosanne ||Pictures of Alexander Wehren|
Thank you Nathan. It's taken me awhile to get back to you. Being retired you would think I had a lot of time. Thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart!. I haven't been able to visit with my Grandpa Alex is many years and I forgot how beautiful the room he is in. It fit his personality. He wasn't my real Grandpa (my 1st one passed away before I was born)but he was every bit of a real Grandpa to me. He was a hard working Swiss who loved being outdoors. He would plant gardens every year-potatoes, parsnips, beets, lettuce, tomatoes, etc. and the Hollyhocks would grow tall and reach the kitchen windows. His favorite food was cold boiled potatoes and Swiss cheese. He made us the game- "marble game"-like Chinese Checkers-he made holes in the board and painted it bright colors. I think this is where we learned how to count. Oh the memories do come back. Thank you, thank you Nathan. Rosanne
Added by Rosanne on Aug 10, 2017 4:42 PM
|hbryson1||Pat and Willie Ness at Lincoln Memorial Park|
Nathan, thanks for the two new photos; great work!
Added by hbryson1 on Aug 10, 2017 4:07 PM
|Sandy Ellexson||Ona Francis Klinger|
If you would like to take care of this memorial, I will. He is my grandfather's brother.
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