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MFraser (#47273484)
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Bio Photo Hello,
It is my intention to use Find A Grave with sincere respect to honor our ancestors, relatives and even our non-related individuals.

If any of the memorials/photos I have listed are direct ancestors of yours (or close relatives), feel free to write and I will be glad to transfer the page to you. I can also delete any of them if you don't want their names memorialized here.

I appreciate everyone who has contributed to my family research and welcome the opportunity to return the favor.
Thank you.
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Jack Barron
Harry Bell Henley &Hornbrook, Cem
Thanks so very much for posting the information on this man. I hope is the Harry bell I have been searching for. If so his wife, Jennie Bell is buried in IL. My reason for contacting you is first thanking you for you work in posting this information and second to see if you know who I might contact at the cemetery or other to see if they have more Information on him to see if he is my family. Any suggestions you may give will be appreciated.
Best wishes,
Jack Barron
Topeka, KS
Added by Jack Barron on Feb 23, 2016 1:08 PM
Deal Genealogy
George Deal 1826-1887
George and Elizabeth (Rexford) Deal are my great grandparents and I have more information to post if you would care to transfer to me. They were early settlers of Hornbrook, their little brick house is still standing. Also their son George 1867-1915. Thanks for all your help.
Added by Deal Genealogy on May 08, 2014 7:35 PM
Joy Renee Smith
Louis Alphonse
Can you also family link him with his father #121578691
Added by Joy Renee Smith on Dec 10, 2013 11:26 PM
Joy Renee Smith
Louis Alphonse
Or, I guess Gordon is his middle name
Added by Joy Renee Smith on Dec 10, 2013 10:36 PM
Joy Renee Smith
Louise Alphonse-1921-1944
Can you add his first name? It is Gordon
Added by Joy Renee Smith on Dec 10, 2013 10:35 PM
Roanne Lyall
Robert William King
I did a little digging (excuse the pun) and posted the Jackson County death certificate for Robert William King, born May 1, 1886 in Texas and died in Ashland, June 21, 1942, age 56.
I believe the unmarked grave in the former
IOOF section of Mountain View Cemetery belongs to him.

The young Robert Willam King, who died on the Bataan Death March, born in Ashland, moved with his parents to northern Oregon (1930 census).

Strange coincidence, same name and both died in June of 1942.

Added by Roanne Lyall on Aug 14, 2012 9:05 PM
Roanne Lyall
Robert William King
Have you found an organization to put in a memorial marker for Robert King?
Added by Roanne Lyall on May 01, 2012 10:25 PM
Robert King
Thank you for trying to find Robert King's grave. Unfortunately, he is not the first member of the tank group who was buried without a headstone.
Added by JimO on Mar 15, 2012 5:58 AM
Tricia Foster
Clara Powell Photo
Thanks so much for the photo you took for me. The time and effort you gave is very much appreciated. God bless - Tricia
Added by Tricia Foster on Mar 13, 2012 6:19 PM
Colleen Turnbow English
Van Hardenberg, Steven Albert
Thank you so much for taking the time to obtain a photograph of the marker for Steven Albert Van Hardenberg in the Mountain View Cemetery. It is greatly appreciated. Colleen
Added by Colleen Turnbow English on Mar 13, 2012 11:53 AM
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