|C & C Hainline (#46932593)|
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Our families include: Hainline, Carpenter, Ireland, Nickels; Scott, Reed, Puterbaugh, O'Brien, Wesner, Houlihan, Pulliam, Harmon, Fry and many more....|
In our quest to find out more about our ancestors, we have become increasingly aware of the need for volunteers. Please let us know if we can help you in the Longview/Kelso and surrounding area. We have been so grateful to those who have taken photos for us and look forward to doing the same for others. Also, please feel free to use the headstone photos we have taken/posted and use them for your personal family tree.
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|Ann Day||RE: Frederic Foster Day|
You are welcome!
Added by Ann Day on Jan 12, 2016 6:09 AM
|Tom Denardo||RE: Kathleen Burt|
you are welcome. happy holidays to you too.
I added Edward's obit to his memorial and I'll try to get a headstone photo this weekend.
Added by SRGF on Oct 27, 2015 9:45 PM
|Holly ||Kathleen Cotulla|
Thank you for the memorial transfer! I so appreciate your work. My main family lines are Cotulla and Gibbons. I have had several family members do a lot of geneology but I am fairly new to find a grave. Thank you again!
Added by Holly on Jun 25, 2015 6:32 AM
|VDR||RE: Thomas Henry Scott|
You are welcome to use the photo in your family tree - I am so sorry that there was no stone. If the family places a stone, please let me know and I will return to his site and take another photo for you. This is a large cemetery but Thomas is right across the road from my great-grandfather's site.
Added by VDR on Jun 14, 2015 8:03 AM
|Ken Snyder||RE: Maggie Shellenbeger|
Sorry about that. The location given for both is lot 143 in the Old Ground. The one that is photographed is the only one there. Best of luck.
|Tom Denardo||RE: Jennie Wesner Conley|
You are welcome. Yes you may use my photo.
She is buried in Garden of Prayer 6,7,8.
|p. delehant||Honora Houlihan|
Honora Houlihan was my husband's great grandmother. I would love to correspond with you and share information.
|Nedly||George Scott, Jr.|
Do you know if George Scott Jr., buried in the Crane Cemetery, in Lomax, Illinois had a 1st wife by the name of Maria or Mary Eckhardt?
Added by Nedly on May 30, 2014 8:17 PM
|Ken Snyder||RE: Nelson Cox|
You're very welcome.
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