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Remark47 (#48328129)
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RE: William L. Smith
You are very welcome. I was able to view the beautiful scene from his burial site. Leon
Added by Leon on Sep 13, 2017 8:53 AM
Lori A Watts
RE: Nancy A Wagner-Headstone Photo
The only person(s) that can delete a memorial is the person(s) that created it. I have sent a message to the person(s) that created Memorial # 105085943 and notified them that this is a duplicate memorial and that it needs to be deleted. You can do the same if you wish.
Added by Lori A Watts on Aug 16, 2017 12:03 PM
Lori A Watts
RE: Nancy A Wagner-Headstone Photo
We've looked into this again.
The burial card says "Nancy Ellen "Jackson" Leach.
Her parents were: Ephraim and Nancy (Cook) Jackson.
She was previously married to George W Stout on 27 Dec 1871. He died 13 Apr 1895.
She then married Samuel Leach (beside whom she is buried)
She then married Dr. Joseph Wagner.
While married to George W Stout she had an adopted daughter, Orrie Johnston.
She had no biological children.

Added by Lori A Watts on Aug 15, 2017 1:42 PM
Lori A Watts
RE: Nancy A Wagner-Headstone Photo
The only Nancy Wagner we have interred here at Mound View Cemetery is Nancy Ellen Leach Wagner. Ironically, she was born in 1841 and died in 1925; the same as the Nancy you are trying to locate. However, Nancy Ellen Leach was married to Samuel Leach. I do some further investigation with a coworker and see if can shed some further light on this. My apologies for posted what seems to be an incorrect picture of your Nancy Wagner. I will remove the picture and let you know what I can find out about further information. I work here at Mound View Cemetery.
Added by Lori A Watts on Aug 02, 2017 5:47 AM
Nora Rance Bennett
Nora Rance Bennett is not Noah Ransom Bennett
Added by MYSTERYPASCALI on May 14, 2017 9:57 AM
James Wesley Brown
James Wesley Bennett
ok who is James Wesley Bennett's parents than
Added by James Wesley Brown on Mar 06, 2017 6:28 AM
Brian Jacobs
RE: Lucinda Bridges Mallory
Thank you so much :D I would indeed be VERY interested. I will contact you via the email address listed with your profile.
Added by Brian Jacobs on Sep 26, 2016 7:52 PM
Brian Jacobs
RE: Lucinda Bridges Mallory
Greetings from the Olympic Peninsula, Cousin :) She was my great grandmother. I am descended from her only child, Thompson Reuben Mallory (named for his grandfathers; my son is named for him and them). She died in what is now South Dakota when he was about 2 years old (I suspect in childbirth, although there are other possible explanations). I find it quite amazing that they would have brought her body back to Iowa for burial. I have an ancient photo album that belonged to my grandfather that contains a number of Bridges relatives, as well as some that are unidentified or the names unfamiliar. I wonder if perhaps he was sent to live with his mother's family for a period of time (perhaps until Urial remarried)--that would perhaps explain him having the photos in the first place and his familiarity with aunts and cousins, etc. I don't know anything about my grandfather's whereabouts between his mother's death and his marriage to my grandmother in Oklahoma, ~25 years later. Those generations of the Mallorys tended to be very nomadic, always looking for the green spot over the hill, often travelling as a clan or being lured on to some new location by an uncle or brother. My mother was born in NW Colorado and moved with the family to WA, CA, back to WA, into the wilds of the interior of BC, before returning to WA and eventually marrying my father (who she'd been in elementary school with the first time through). Her parents and most of her family followed her back to Port Angeles. Once here, my grandmother informed Thompson Mallory that if he meant to wander anywhere else, he would be doing it without her, so he had to content himself with moving from house to house on the same block! He probably built at least half a dozen small houses (at least 3 of them still standing) before finally settling in what I knew as "Grandma's House" for the last decade or so of his life.
Added by Brian Jacobs on Sep 26, 2016 5:14 PM
Dee Nix
RE: Headstone Photo
Glad we could help you!
Added by Dee Nix on Sep 14, 2016 2:40 PM
Steven H.
RE: Headstone Photo Request
Your very welcome for the photo's.
Added by Steven H. on Aug 22, 2016 8:43 PM
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