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Fayth Evjen (#46914473)
 member for 11 years, 6 days
Lou (Davis) Dedinsky
Owen C. Garver
Fayth, thank you so much for posting the photo!

Added by Lou (Davis) Dedinsky on Aug 29, 2014 1:03 PM

Karen Griswold Stroh
hammer weist
John Hammer 97590759
I placed then in the correct Upper Hill Cemetery

Phil and Iren Weist 103568529

Thank you for the pictures and your time

Added by Karen Griswold Stroh on Aug 24, 2014 7:50 PM

Thank you so much for taking the MASSETT photos for me--your time and efforts are greatly appreciated.


Added by Mary on Aug 24, 2014 8:28 AM

jt lan
Muller Photo Requests
Thank you so much for your time and effort in fulfilling the photo requests for the Mullers!

Added by jt lan on Aug 23, 2014 7:39 PM

May C Scott
Thank you for the photo of May's headstone......interesting to see the other family members listed on the same stone.....that's great !
Thanks again for your time & effort to add the photo to this memorial.

Added by Smallantique on Aug 23, 2014 7:35 PM

Gloria Jennings Lowrey
Thank You!
Thank you for trying to fulfill my photo request for Jennie Mallory who is buried at Upper Hill Cemetery. The person who created her Find A Grave memorial was very specific about where Jennie’s grave is located. I guess she doesn’t have a headstone. I appreciate that you spent your time and gas to try and fulfill my request. Thank you for your kindness and generosity.

Added by Gloria Jennings Lowrey on Aug 23, 2014 7:08 PM

Betty & Oscar Johnson grave
Thank you for the Photo of Betty & Oscar Johnson and their Grandaughter. From what I have heard they were hit by a train while crossing the track in their car.

Added by KittyK on Aug 23, 2014 6:30 PM

Julia (Merrick) Stiles
Rose Merrick
Hello, I don't usually request transfers for loosely related family, but was wondering if you would transfer Rose Merrick #28730127 to me? She had FIVE husbands. There is a lot of typing to do for this one! I wish I had a photo, she must have been a beauty!

Added by Julia (Merrick) Stiles on Aug 22, 2014 2:21 AM

Gregory Alan Knudson
I think you have accidentally created a duplicate memorial. See 26883991 and 26884009 I think you should delete 26883991, because the other one is linked correctly to his brother as far as I can tell. Thanks.

Added by gdrich on Aug 11, 2014 5:07 PM

Laurelle Price
Patrick Marcel White
Thank you for the pictures of Patrick's grave.

Added by Laurelle Price on Aug 09, 2014 7:01 PM

Mary "May" McNeil
Thanks....that looks great !

Added by Smallantique on Jul 04, 2014 3:17 PM

May McNeil...1867-1932
Because you took such a good photo of the Hyrum Reid McNeil family headstone I can see May's name...I have "created" a memorial for her. If I had looked closer this spring when you took the photos I would have seen her name. Would you be so kind as to post the headstone photo on her memorial ? Thank You !

Added by Smallantique on Jul 02, 2014 5:40 PM

Sherry Hess
Camille and Esther Laporte

Thank you so much for fulfilling my request @ St Mary Cemetery really appreciate this a lot.


Added by Sherry Hess on Jul 01, 2014 1:55 PM

tom c
Orpha Inman
55678518 This stone is in Corvallis Cemetery there are 2 sites set up for it 1 Corvallis 1 Missoula which is right? Thanks Tom C.

Added by tom c on Jun 11, 2014 7:29 PM

Demersville Cemetery
Hi Fayth, I was just looking through my Demersville Cemetery pages and am wondering why you felt the need to duplicate my headstone photos?

Added by Christina on May 19, 2014 1:09 AM

Buddy Frost
Add a photo request
Dear Fayth Evjen,
I want to thank you for the pictures of my grandfather's siblings gravestones George Martin Parkman, Nathan David Parkman, and Carrie Alice Parkman. You and Barbara Stem have done a great job documenting this Philipsburg Cemetery on Find a Grave. I have added what I knew of these children on their memorials.
Nancy's mother, Lydia, died given birth to Nancy's sister, Lydia, when Nancy was only three years old and her father, Martin, died when she was seven. He was in Lima, Wisconsin chasing land that his brother, Daniel, had received as bounty for fighting in the Mexican War. Nancy had one other sister, Flora, and a half sister Laura Ann. Daniel kept records of the money expended on the children; I have the report of his final payment to Nancy which Nancy sign "Nancy Manter Parkman" on Jan 1st 1869, about ten months after she married Russell Franklin Parkman.
Nancy lost three of her nine children to the plague within a week in June 1885 Philipsburg, Montana (pictures you added to their memoral). Nancy died at forty years of age when her last child, my grandfather, was three months old. Grampy Brooks was adopted by the Rev Frank Brooks and Susan Parkman Brooks (sister of Russell Franklin Parkman). His name was changed from Maurice Elbert Parkman to Frank Elbert Brooks.
I am quite sure there is a gravestone for Nancy Manter Parkman at the Philipsburg Cemetery Philipsburg, Montana, Plot: block 14, lot 40, grave 1. If you see that stone I would be very appreciative if you could post a picture of it on her memorial (Memorial # 117888258).
My relationship is shown on the back of my stone at:
Thanks again Buddy Frost
contributer #48143368

Added by Buddy Frost on May 17, 2014 3:28 PM

Michael Young
Elsie May Church
Plot Number D-05-30

Added by Michael Young on May 07, 2014 9:23 PM

Gloria Jennings Lowrey
Thanks so much for the photo of Thomas Mallory's grave marker at Upper Hill Cemetery. I appreciate the time and effort that you put into fulfilling my photo request. The picture turned out great!

Added by Gloria Jennings Lowrey on May 04, 2014 12:59 PM

Porter babies
Thanks so much for trying to clear up the Porter baby records. I suspect there is an error in the records and that these listings are the same child. But as you note they could be two different children and the info (parents names, birth & death dates) may have been recorded for the wrong child. The records have many errors.

I placed a note on each of the memorials discussing the discrepancies that were found in the field. Hopefully a family researcher will find these memorials and be able to clear up the confusion. I think you & I have done the best we can to present the facts as we know them. Thanks again, your work is very much appreciated.

Added by BLS on May 04, 2014 9:46 AM

I have made the corrections for the Kovick family & corrected Eleanor to Eleanora. Thanks so much for these corrections. I also added a memorial for George Porter based on your photo of the Porter family stone. Would you add your photo to Alexander H Porter (124680333) and George Porter (129111706)?
Thanks so much.

Added by BLS on May 03, 2014 10:35 AM

Wm Joy
Thank you for finding the stone for Wm Joy. It looks great.

Added by BLS on Apr 29, 2014 8:30 AM

The Porters in Philipsburg
I am so glad you found the stone for the Porters. Would you attach your photo to Alex H. Porter (#124680333)? His son is in the records (& has his own stone) but Alex, the father is not. Find A Grave member, Cara, found an obituary for the father and created his memorial from that.

Also, would you create a memorial & add your photo for George Porter who appears on the stone you photographed? He is not in the records at all. I have made a note on the memorials for the two Harriets that the records say there is no stone but that you found one. Errors like this are fairly common in the Philipsburg Cemetery records.

Thanks so much for finding this stone!

Added by BLS on Apr 27, 2014 4:34 PM

Hyrum McNeil Family
Thank you for the posting the photos of Hyrum, Bertrum & Charles McNeil in the Upper Hill, Anaconda cemetery.

Added by Smallantique on Apr 20, 2014 4:48 PM

Philipsburg Cemetery
Hi Fayth,
Thanks for letting me know about Caroline Engleman in Philipsburg Cemetery. The records often had duplicate entries for women under their maiden name & married name(s). It was a little confusing. I am glad you found the correct memorial for the photo. There also are occasional burials that say "no headstone" in the records when there actually is a stone. I found a burial where that was the case. I hope as people start to photograph the stones some of the confusion will be cleared up. Thanks for taking the time to photograph in Philipsburg Cemetery.

Added by BLS on Apr 15, 2014 8:55 PM

RE: Nancy Parkman

Thanks for looking. I'll contact the cemetery and let them know.



Added by gbodge on Apr 14, 2014 5:19 AM


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