|Clarice Courneya (#46550274)|
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|Jennifer Beardsley||RE: Matelda Rashott-130723166|
I'm sorry, I don't have any more info. If you want anything further looked up at the cemetery, I'd be happy to look for you (as long as it's not snow covered :). My sister married a man with the last name of "Butler" and is a distant relation of the Rashotte family. Her email is aleciabutler @ gmail . She may have more information.
|Patricia Casjens||RE: Peter Cournyea-153680407|
I live in Oregon but have ancestors in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark counties. Went on a visit back in 2008. I work with the Canadian Headstones project also. You might check them out for some of your lost family. The link is http://canadianheadstones.com/.
|Joan Edmonson||RE: Herbert and Minnie (Conklin) Nunn|
I think the best bet would be for you to call the museum in Detroit Lakes, MN. They have info on all the county cemeteries.
Thanks for looking for photos of Ponsford for me.
|Chad Justesen||RE: Herbert and Minnie (Conklin) Nunn|
Hello Clarice -
I do not have any records for Lakeview Cemetery. When I went through and photographed it there were many that I missed as it was a hot and humid day. The cemetery is well maintained, but I do not know who takes care of it or any contact info. Sorry, and good luck!
|Randall Cutbirth||RE: Alfred Willhoit-7376249|
Claud's father was not Alfred Willhoit. Claud wasn't born until February 14, 1907, a full year after Alfred and Birdie's marriage. Dora was his half-sister; Nancy was their mother. Claud is buried in Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery in Phoenix, Arizona. The death date on his headstone is incorrect though, an error by the government. He died in Phoenix on February 21, 1960 from a house fire; you can find his death certificate online. Everyone in my family has said his biological father was a William Mashburn(Nashburn). I think I might have found his father, but I'm still doing research to confirm. Thanks for your message, if you find out anything else please let me know!
|Ron Rader||Thompson at Ormanville|
I have other memorials. If you want some or all of them, let me know. I need specific names though so I don't accidentally send the wrong ones.
|Patricia Hampton||RE: Robert Decker-102880047|
I changed his surname to Drechsler. It makes more sense looking at his tombstone. Thank you. Pat
|dwalsh||RE: Ruth Broock McNeeley-71535038|
I do. Her name is Ruth A. Warmack. It gets complicated. She was the 4th wife (out of 5) of Leonard Broock. Leonard was a professional baseball player in Portland, then a scout, died a retired cigar salesman for H. T. Shelley Co. He had a habit of womanizing, shall we say, and was caught with future 2nd wife while married to first. Bunch of articles in The Oregon Daily Journal at newspapers.com regarding this. 1st wife: Minnie Graf (wealthy debutant); 2nd: Mary JOSEPHINE Boland (my direct descendent); 3rd: Irene Annette Bishop; 5th and final: Thelma Cofer. He had another son by Minnie Graf - Bernard R. (Broock) Roberts, b. Dec 1910 in Portland, OR. He took Minnie's 2nd husband's (Elmer A. Roberts) last name. They are the only two known children as far as I can tell, although in his obit it says he had a daughter, Carol Sue Rees of Lincoln City, but she could be a daughter of one of his wive's previous marriages. I haven't been able to find out anything more about her. See my tree on ancestry for more details: http://person.ancestry.com/tree/127955/person/230001215142/facts for links, etc. Glad my research is benefitting someone! I like to link everyone together as much as I can, even though sometimes it gets way off of my actual line! Let me know if you have any other questions.
Added by dwalsh on May 12, 2016 6:25 AM
|Joan Edmonson||RE: JosephJasmer-44864726|
I don't know if he is buried there or not. I'm trying to find out just who has the record book now. The former person passed away this winter.
I also have a question for you. Do you happen to have any old photos that may have been passed down of the town of Ponsford?
|Alison||RE: more Chambers Ft Sask|
I do not have much information about Cemeteries in Saskatchewan, so I took a look at Saskatchewan Cemeteries Project website and found this for you.
Hope it helps
Added by Alison on Mar 29, 2016 3:16 PM
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