|Joe Fulton (#46785247)|
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I have been researching my family history since 1978. I am an educator and coach in Oregon. I am married to a wonderful woman and have three beautiful children.|
Feel free to use any of my photos. I don't care if you credit me or not.
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|Cynthia Rice||RE: James Drummond|
Yes, you may use the biography I used here on Find-a-Grave to place on the Fold 3 website. I should note that much of this info (including the letter from Ben Tobias) was obtained from pension claim records, as his mother Rose Ann applied for survivor benefits. I had written to the pension office to get copies of the pension several years ago. (I am descended from his father's sister Jane Drummond Peterson Miller). I should also note, all of these records show James' middle initial as "M" so I believe that must be correct. This is from affidavits from his mother and neighbors who made depositions about the pension claim. Thank you for posting this on Fold 3, I use that website also, and am happy to help contribute any info I can. Thanks again, Cindy Rice
I noticed you once left flowers for Opal Whiteley, early Oregon Author. She now has a fame rating option, so it would be great if you would visit her memorial again and give her a rating. Thanks!
Added by S. W. on Mar 18, 2015 3:33 AM
|Stephen Cantrell||RE: Isaac Dutton|
No problem, thanks for asking. You have my approval.
|BjJ||RE: Emanual Defreitas|
You can certainly add the info as it is his published obituary. The source should be credited as the newspaper and date, as stated on his memorial, not me. I don't mind you using my photo (with credit, of course) but I wondered if you really want to use it, as it does not have his name on it but is a large family stone with only his daughter's name on it. I guess that is up to you, however. Thanks for asking!
Added by BjJ on Mar 10, 2015 1:42 PM
|Leslie Rankin||RE: Pvt. D Thomas Fuller|
Yes, as long as you credit me that is fine!
I do appreciate you checking!
|Bruce and Wendy Linz||RE: Jesse Menary|
Sounds like a great project. PBS did a special on the Civil War dead and the beginnings of the National Cemeteries. It was very well done. For what ever reason the Memphis National Cemetery ended up with the second largest number of unknown soldier graves in the country. It also has several sections that have graves for United States Colored Troops (U.S.C.T.). If anyone is interested they could look at the grave of Martin Potter, I just put an "Unknown" marker photo on it today. Please let me know if I can be of further help.
|Bruce and Wendy Linz||Jesse Menary|
There is no marker for Jesse Menary in the Memphis National Cemetery. If he is buried there he has a headstone marked "Unknown U. S. Soldier". If you would like I can put a photo of one of those markers on his memorial. Please let me know.
|Sue Ann Harfst||Linda Small|
Great news! Of their own volition, the office staff at Cloverdale went the extra mile for us, and they found Linda Small. I will get her picture today or tomorrow.
|Sue Ann Harfst||RE: Linda Small|
I read the entry you posted. The records of this cemetery DO have some errors in them. I found one for them one time. You could try contacting the Idaho State Historical Library. The librarians there are experienced at searching their records for obits. They have a web site.
|Sue Ann Harfst||RE: Linda Small|
I will relay the name Carlson to the cemetery, but do not hold your breath on this one.
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