|Sue Barnett (#46949983)|
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Born 1943 in Long Beach, CA.|
Enjoy genealogy, all phases, especially research & adding new info to my Family tree at Ancestry.com.
I am finding photo volunteering to be most gratifying as a way to help other FAGrs & in the process learn of many wonderful old cemeteries in my area I would never have known about otherwise.
I am able to cover some areas of Clackamas County where I am residing but it is a very large county. Am also near Marion County border.
Please notify me for any incorrect info I may have posted for your relative or to ask me for transfer of ownership if you are a near relative of memorial pages I have created here.
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|Judyvv||RE: BROOKS~Zion Mem Pk|
Thank you so much for your help and taking these pictures for us. I can't believe how fast you did this! This is my husband's aunt and uncle. I will go back and add more info now that I am sure they are there. Was she cremated and he not cremated, or am I reading this wrong?
Thanks again for your help.
Added by Judyvv on Mar 27, 2014 4:46 PM
|C Weisenborn||Eddys in A|
Thank you for contacting me. I need to take the request down as I found out they do not have markers, so maybe there will be one for them someday.
|Jerry Hughes & Roger Young||RE: Grace Kienel|
Hi Sue, I have removed the initial request and re submitted, you should now be able to re claim, thanks for your efforts, much appreciated. Jerry
|Janet||RE: Meltons at Adams Cemetery~|
Thank you and bless you for the photos and the additional info.
I cannot tie George to James and Marcella on my family tree.
I appreciate all the wonderful Find A Grave work you do.
Added by Janet on Jan 26, 2014 4:11 AM
|C. Bryan||BTW - -|
Long Beach has changed since '43; they tore down the pike, you know. cb
Added by C. Bryan on Jan 21, 2014 10:52 AM
|C. Bryan||RE: Pearl Horton~|
Yes, a hard loss. I already requested a link to her parents - and them to each other. Thanks again for good service. cb
Added by C. Bryan on Jan 21, 2014 9:31 AM
|C. Bryan||RE: Horton~Gilbert & Ada|
You've done more than enough, and I thank you for all. My information from a genealogy 'family book' is obviously flawed, as we humans are wont to do from time to time. I have no close ties to these people - Gilbert's mother was an Eyestone, remote, at that, to my mother's side of our family. Save your shoe leather, and know I appreciate a more than great effort. Gilbert is George and Susan's son; but he seems to be good at hiding out. Read the comment in my bio - I still maintain these 'souls' need entertainment and get when they can. Many thanks, again. cb
Added by C. Bryan on Jan 20, 2014 8:06 PM
|C. Bryan||RE: Horton in Rock Crk~|
Thank you for your help. I got the info from a family 'book' for the Eyestone family authored in the early 50s. My grandmother was an Eyestone, and many of the persons listed have been located. In this case, the cemetery is mentioned, so I think they should be there.
Don't spend more than ten minutes looking, though; it isn't that big a deal. THESE folks are pretty distant from me - but I really appreciate all your efforts. Thanks, again. cb
Added by C. Bryan on Jan 20, 2014 1:40 PM
|Phyllis (Porter) Zegers||RE: VanDerMoortele~|
Thanks for the reminder about the birth dates. No, I'm not related. I have just been working on a project to trying to find living relatives of Raymond's mother, Susan. She died at the Oregon State Hospital and her cremains were never claimed. I though having a Find A Grave memorial would be one way to have this info out there. I really appreciate your linking her to Raymond. If anyone is looking for him, they may find Susan, too.
|Phyllis (Porter) Zegers||Louis VanDeMoortele|
Thanks for the two very nice pics of Louis' grave site.
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