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|My interests range from adding the famous of Oregon, to managing memorials for family. I'm happy to transfer memorials to family members. My genealogy research names include Goodnight, Boyce/Boys, Baker of Illinios, Walp of PA/Kansas/Colorado.|
My husband's family names are primarily: Balmer, Gloor, Grexton, Loudermilk, Fraser.
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|Adam Kyle Simpson||DANIEL H. LOWNSDALE IN LONE FIR OR SALEM?|
I was curious to know what evidence you have to confirm the burial information on your memorial page for Daniel H. Lownsdale 1803-1862 (#6254254).
Is Daniel Lownsdale buried at Salem Pioneer Cemetery in Salem as opposed to Lone Fir Cemetery in Portland as suggested by the alternate memorial page #11246980?
|Karin Morey||Nan Wood Honeyman|
Would you mind transferring Nan's grave to me?
I've been working on the Capt. John Couch family tree that connects to almost every major family in Portland and the connection has led to the Honeymans.
|Martin Burrell||Alanson Beers|
Greetings, please add at least apart of this or all of it to the article to you wrote about his father buried at Lee Mission. I hope that you are as happy about this discovery as I am.
Sincerely, Martin Burrell
On 01 December 1906, Benjamin Beers was honored as being the oldest pioneer living in the State of Oregon, at that time, by Polk County's, Dallas Itemizer newspaper.
"Mr Beers was born November 5, 1823. In 1836 his father [Alanson Beers] and family started for Oregon by water, coming by Cape Horn, the trip required 140 days to reach the Sandwich Islands, and encountered many, many difficulties."
"They remained on the Islands three months, awaiting an opportunity to come [around South America and on up it's coast towards Oregon], and arrived here in 1837. The father came as a farmer and blacksmith for the Methodist mission located at that time 10 miles below Salem on the Willamette river."
"B. Beers...being one of three children, attended the mission school with the Indian scholars, and later attended the Salem schools. He was married May 2, 1860, to Miss Eliza P. Smith, four children being born to them, two sons and two daughters. The daughters are both dead, but the sons are living. His wife died in February, 1878."
"Mr. Beers spent several years on the Yaquina river, and has since lived in different places, having spent the last two years in Independence [Polk]. He has enjoyed good health, and his activity would be an inspiration to men 20 years his junior."
"Alanson Beers father of [Benjamin], Joseph Gale and John T. Hill, were the members of the first executive committee of the Oregon Territory, having been elected by the people in 1843."
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Newspaper: Daily East Oregonian; Date: Saturday, 01 Dec 1906; Page: 05; Published: Pendleton, Oregon.
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South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands is a British overseas territory in the southern Atlantic Ocean some distance off the coast of Argentina. It is a remote and inhospitable collection of islands.
|EE||Nancy Dickerson Welch #12412889 & James Welch #12412870|
Thank you so much for all of the hard work that you do to get info & pictures of our loved ones. I really appreciate it. I was wondering if you would transfer ownership of my two relatives to me. Nancy Dickerson Welch #12412889 and James Welch # 12412870. Nancy is my 3rd great aunt and I have a lot of info on her and it would mean a lot to me. Thank you so much,
Added by EE on Jan 01, 2014 1:53 AM
|Oregon||William S. Ladd, Riverview Cemetery|
Hello - I ran across this article and thought you might like to add it to the William S. Ladd record:
The body of William S. Ladd, which was taken from its resting place in Riverview cemetery, in Portland Monday night of last week was recovered last Friday by Chief of Police Barns, of Oregon City and Detectives Welsh and Simmons, of Portland. Don D. Maguire, Charles Montgomery, E. I. Long, and William Ricter, all of Oregon city, are lodged in the city jail, charged with the crime of removal. Mongomery has made a confession, implicating Maguire and the other men. The body was buried at Maguire's Park, a well-known landmark on the Willamette river a mile and a half below Oregon City. His hiding place was cleverly concealed by moss and leaves and it would never have been discovered had not Montgomery weakened and led the officers to it.
Woodburn Independent 27 May 1897
Added by Oregon on Sep 24, 2013 5:20 PM
Happy to send Rudolf to you. He was all by himself, no other Gloors around. I remember feeling sad for him when I took the photos last summer. My German family around him though, he's been in good company :)
Added by SueB on May 29, 2013 2:00 PM
|HBGC||Applegate Family Cemetery|
Hello: Your photo of Applegate Pioneer Cemetery added by: RB 4/20/2002 is actually a photo of Applegate Family Cemetery. I was there a couple of weeks ago and recognize the photo location. Thanks. HBGC
Added by HBGC on Mar 17, 2013 12:27 PM