|Katie Baptiste Garrison (#46514927)|
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Hi, I'm Katie! I'm 32 and live in Lyons, Oregon. I love everything history related, especially old cemeteries, houses, barns, books and photos.|
I work full-time and am stepmom to two teens and mommy to a feisty toddler. Please be patient with me! I will get to edits as soon as I can, but am unfortunately not able to process them every day.
My own family names includes the surnames Baptiste, Reid, Bennett, Bales, Fiester, Densford, and Hampton. I am also researching my husband and children's lines, including the surnames Garrison, Follis, Kirsch, Phillips, Mitchell, and Imlah.
I collect antique photographs, particularly those with names on them, and try to match them up with other researchers on Find a Grave or Ancestry.com. It's so much fun to unexpectedly add something to someone else's search and I hope someday the favor will be returned!
I transcribed several cemeteries in the Silverton and Gervais areas in 2002-2003. I have also used Ancestry.com to find additional information about these people. Any and ALL information that I have is already listed on the memorial.
Please feel free to use any gravestone photos that I have posted for your personal genealogical use.
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|Sheri West||Bernadine Christenson|
Thank you for confirming that she is buried in Fox Valley :)
|greg poynor||Theodore Harp #116424628|
The Idaho Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics has his POB as Council, Washington (now Adams) County, Idaho. Adams County was created from Washington County on 3 March 1911.
|Roberts Girl||Andrew Leier #120086862|
Thank you for the transfer! I really appreciate it! I also wanted to tell you how much I appreciate what you're doing with old photographs! I had a sweet lady contact me, who had found a photograph with my ancestor's name on the back. She let me purchase it back for the price she paid. She also directed me to the antique shop where she had found it. I discovered over 100 photographs and postcards which had ended up there after an estate had been sold off. Many had no names, but I recognized my great grandmother, and a couple other relatives, in some of them. I can't even express how much joy it brought me. You are really giving people an incomparable gift!
|D Massey||Oliver Thomas Harvey|
Thanks so much for creating the memorial for my brother-in-law "Oliver Thomas Harvey"
I'm wondering if you are a related to Oliver. Oliver was my oldest sister 1st husband.
If you are not relation, would you mind transferring to me.
Thanks so much,
D Massey (#47949719)
Added by D Massey on Oct 01, 2015 10:56 PM
|S. W.||Bertha Whiteley Robinson|
Thank you so much for transferring Bertha to me. She was a very special lady, and I have been enjoying working on her memorial. Bless you!
Added by S. W. on Sep 07, 2015 10:21 PM
|William Harrison||Transfer of Chesley Kinney Sims memoral|
Thank you for the transfer of my cousin's memorial!
|Lynn Della||Wrong name|
Hi, Katie. I am writing regarding Find A Grave Memorial #111910377, which you added in 2013. The name of the decedent (according to the gravestone and family history) is Jacqueline June Needham but the spelling on the record is Jackyline. Would you please change it so it is correct?
Just curious -- are you a relation (and, if so, how?) or just a helpful Find A Grave person? Ms. Needham would have been my mother's first cousin.
|Edgar Bryant||Mountain View Cemetery|
I noticed you posted Ella Bryant on Find a Grave.
My great uncle George Washington Bryant was buried there in 1930 Do you have any information about him that could share with me. He was born in Cleveland county in 1868. any information would be greatfully appreciated. Edgar Bryant
|Valerie Schmelzer||FAG #125284494|
I have been researching my family for many years and having very hard time with locating my great uncle Herman Schmelzer. The above noted memorial could possibly be a clue. Is there any further information you have on this memorial. Or any suggestions where I could get more info.
Valerie Schmelzer Wiltse
|Carol Harmon||Florence Dawson|
At the Silverton Cemetery you have a memorial for Florence Dawson. I have been trying to locate a Florence Dawson b. in Michigan about the same year , 1890 who just kind of disappeared after the 1900 census while living with her uncle's family in Douglas Co. Oregon. Are you related to this Florence in your memorial? She left Michigan with her mother who had divorced because of bad abuse by the husband and were kind of hiding from him. So if you are related to her somehow,
would you let me know?
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