|Melody Roswell (#46851758)|
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I have been doing genealogy for 40 years or more, started out with my mother and looking in the Seattle Libraries for information on my mother's family. My father knew mostly about his Morse family, where they came from and how they got to the USA. My mother on the other hand didn't know much except for the maiden names of her mother's people. Needless to say it has been a great journey and adventure in not only the history of both sides but a great pleasure in finding out where our people are from and where their final resting places are. I never would have found out or had been able to see where they are had it not of been for other's kindness and love for the same reasoning of being able to find a loved one lost so many years before. Credit is due to others who have helped in this journey, thanks to all of you who have added a picture or information, very much appreciated!|
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Can you tell me the location of the Fraternal Cemetery in Palouse, please?
Added by IdaKhat on Apr 07, 2014 8:59 PM
|IdaKhat||Helen Ackles|Added by IdaKhat on Apr 07, 2014 8:58 PM
|Jack Cady||Alfred Ackles|
I am glad that you got the photo, and, again, I am sorry that my short message was misunderstood as a refusal to take the photo before.
I have been chastised by a couple of other people who also took my request for their help as a reluctance to get the burial location for myself.
|Elizabeth Elzey Patton Carlson||RE: John Frazer|
I totally agree with you. I didn't see any other people mentioning this on the request page. I can't see any purpose of charging people. I have to say I was shocked. I was able to get a picture of another request that was in the upper columbarium. Don't know if I was supposed to pay for that too, but I quickly snapped the pictures and had to stand on the settee to get them. Then I quickly got out of there feeling pretty smug that at least I had gotten one. Sorry I couldn't fulfill your request!
|M Arvidson||RE: Elenz Family|
No problem. I always toy with whether the stone which is there, even if it is for someone else, should be used on the memorial page for someone who shares the gravesite but doesn't have a stone...I usually do use the picture of the stone that is there but put up a note. I get the burial locations from the Archdiocese database.
I don't know how to remove this tag from your photo request, and I am sorry if it creates more trouble for you.
If I weren't taking my wife in for surgery this morning, could clear it up by driving out to the cemetery and getting the photo. Perhaps I can do that this afternoon, if I can beat the predicted rain.
|Jack Cady||RE: Alfred Raymond Ackles|
You are right that there was no "problem" as I usually do go to the cemetery office, wait until they have time between phone calls and other business, and then have them look up several names for me.
I am a volunteer and this is also a hobby.
I was only reporting what I have observed, and that is that those who made the effort to call the cemetery to get the burial location seem to get a faster response to their request.
|TJohnson||RE: Millard Ackles|
I always feel bad when there is no headstone but I know that a lot of times there was no one around to put one on or they didn't have the money to do it. There is also the possibility that it was a wooden headstone and just deteriorated over the years. In that section there were many gravesites with no headstones.
Added by TJohnson on Mar 18, 2014 9:03 AM
|PAPAWRAITH||I am looking for a Harold W. Boehme and a Lena L. Ackles/Boehme in this cemetery.|
What cemetery are you referring two?
|PAPAWRAITH||RE: Boehme Family|
Are they the founders of Boehme's candies?
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