|D. Goodboe (#46840651)|
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|It's interesting and surprising to learn how much family lore has been shared or dropped between different branches of my relatives. There's enough mystery to last a lifetime.|
The Rules: Please abide by Findagrave's stated guidelines and common courtesy. I will not post full obituaries, names of living people (or anyone I suspect is still living), or any material I know to be under copyright. Please e-mail me if you wish to discuss adding or changing any biographical information.
My photos are available to all who need them, just remember to credit me as the donor. I don't post every photo I have on Findagrave so if you'd like to know if there are others just email me.
I'm happy to transfer ownership of a page for anyone within 4 generations of you, unless they're also a direct ancestor within 4 generations of me. And even then it might be negotiable. Feel free to ask.
Drop me a line if you'd like to compare notes for ancestors with any of these names: McClellan, Lewis, Alldredge, Richeson, Reddy, Curtis, Woodworth, Shrum, Dodge, Bresnen, Pancoast, Perry, Conlin, Alden, Brazier, Wilmot, Vivian, Reed, Edgill, Patchin, Kellogg, Dixon.
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|SLGMSD||Elizabeth Turner Taylor Smith 150798274|
Find A Grave Memorial# 150798274
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Elizabeth and Milton had one child, Milton A. Smith. Elizabeth is a distant cousin of mine so I've been working on researching this family. Unfortunately I haven't found any burial information for Milton nor a page for him on Findagrave.
He is found here:
Find A Grave Memorial# 176092420
Added by SLGMSD on May 14, 2017 5:13 PM
|Mike Appleby||Newton WIlder|
Diane - I knew this information and have it in my tree, but am glad you suggested adding it to his Find A Grave Memorial - done. Are you related to Newton? Mike
|DE Sundeen||Asa G Goodbau|
Thank you for sharing the information on Asa. I have added it to the memorial. It is greatly appreciated.
|Pam R.||Elna Grace Rice|
Thanks for the info on Elna. My great aunt knew her from Monument and told me a little about her. Interesting life:)
Added by Pam R. on Apr 18, 2017 10:01 AM
|Art Wells||RE: Henry Thomas Richeson # 151167302|
Thomas is my 9th paternal Great Grandfather.
I have his wives exactly as engraved on his plaque-
Alice Seabrooke and MaryFitch.
You mention a Mary Onge.Where would she fit since his wives are listed?
Added by Max on Jan 13, 2017 9:31 PM
|Pat (McElwain) Cox||Sarah Chapman Photo|
Thank you for the Chapman memorial photo. Are there any names other than "Chapman" on the other sides of this monument?
|RR||RE: Re: Claude McGready Richeson photo|
I placed another picture I hope this one is better.
Added by RR on Nov 11, 2016 8:41 PM
|Jan Bennett||RE: Re: Octave Couture|
Yes, I live in that area, and there was much later bravery among the Native population who brought and won their suits against members of the Clergy and Sisterhoods at the Mission in St. Ignatius. I have also included the history of those accused and convicted in some of the memorials for that town.
It was and is, indeed, an interesting region as are all those where Reservations were established with little concern for the impact on its citizens.
|Jan Bennett||George Marlow|
Thanks for the additional information. It has been included in his memorial!
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