|Anita Sedlacek||RE: Mothers Grave Stone|
You are very welcome! Anytime :)
|Chuck Mull||RE: Martin Headstone|
You're very welcome; I also added several other Martins buried near him; I assume they are relatives; none had pictures on their pages.
|Judy Strid Taylor||Rev. Ernest Streed|
Thank you so much for the photo. It was nice to see his wife is buried with him.
|chrissyhorn2||RE: Vivian Grindstaff|
Thanks so much for trying! Actually, Vivian was my great-aunt (sister to my maternal grandfather). No one in the family, except for her, became a member of that religion (other than her children and their families. I'm not sure if her husband did or not). I just remember the family circle not talking about it too much since my grandfather was rather displeased about it. But, when I was 10, my family went to California to visit her at the Glenn Ivy Springs compound, and she came to Oregon several times for reunions and such. Out of curiosity I researched the religion a bit just to know about my aunt more. Interesting, to say the least! I found their website online and sent a request through that. So now it's just wait-and-see :-)
Thanks so much for attempting to take a photo of her headstone! I'll use your suggestion and contact Sunrise Ranch directly.
~ Chrissy H.
|KProctor||Meg Cannon photo|
I'd like to say thank-you for the photo and the quick response!
Added by KProctor on Jun 13, 2011 7:48 PM
|Chuck Mull||RE: Jordan Family|
You are so very welcome; it really is a pleasure to be able to help folks this way!
|Patti Yourko Burns||RE: Jordans and Family|
Thanks! You made my day too! Glad I could help!