|Sue Wehnert Guss (#47016506)|
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Adopted from Denmark in 1947 by Elmo & Gertrude Wehnert of Blodgett Oregon. The most wonderful and loving parents ever.|
Married to Thomas O Guss in 1974, one totally awesome dude. (that's him on the left holding grandson Tyler).
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|Kathie L. Webb Blair||RE: Harry Lorane Cooper|
Thank you so very much for providing Harry's death certificate and, with it, his correct date of birth and place of birth, plus cause of death. I only had family "records" to go by until now, which, obviously, can sometimes be in error. I also was using his U S Census from 1920, which was also incorrect when it came to date of birth, which I've seen all too many times.
I have a number of relatives who I wish so much I had death certificates for, as I have their memorials but no clue as to exact dates of birth and/or death, parentage, etc. Do you mind if I asked how you obtained Harry's death certificate? [I am a Burkhart descendant and the Burkharts married into the Cooper family in the 1800's.] I am limited in finances, but am sincere in my endeavours. My email address is email@example.com.
With All Sincerity, Kathie L. Webb Blair, Portland, Oregon
|lloker||Cyrus Omar Guss|
If you know where he was born could you add it please.
Added by lloker on Aug 26, 2014 8:20 AM
|mousetale||Nellie Davis and Son|
Thanks for taking this photo.
|Christoph||Duniway grave at Riverview|
Thank you for sponsoring the memorial for Mr Duniway. I am assuming you are related to him? It is ironic in it's own light. I was doing work on that family in works with some work I was doing on woman suffrage. I had noticed the Duniway marker had a inscription on both sides of the marker. So, I went down below to photograph the other side. When doing such a took a fall and broke my leg. Quite the memorable experience. I do remember some of the stuff on their family and would be happy to share.
|Debra Monsive||Shephard and Nancy Gum Photograph - Providence Cem. Scio, OR|
Sue, I was hoping to get your permission to use a photograph of this couples headstone that you posted to their memorials. Thank you in advance for your consideration of my request.
Debbie in Lane County, Oregon
|Alexis||RE: question please|
BU is Burial Unknown
Added by Alexis on Jul 13, 2014 6:33 PM
|Kate||RE: PS Burnhams|
Thanks. Picture is my aunt, not me. She was a great lady.
Added by Kate on Jul 13, 2014 5:21 PM
Thank you for bringing the issues with the Burnham memorials. Many graves from the Old Essex cemetery were moved to the Spring Street cemetery. I put a note on my memorials referring to the Old Essex cemetery as it is impossible to know which is the actual memorial.
Added by Kate on Jul 13, 2014 3:46 PM
|Ray Jackson||RE: Thanks|
No, not that I am presently aware of. They could have always slipped one in on me, but his father was a Steven Jackson and I have not heard that name except for my brother's son. It is interesting to know and I will keep it in my mind for future reference. Thank you.
Thank you for creating memorials for the Lawrence family & for attaching them to their parents....
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