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Leslie Wilco (#46973891)
 member for 6 years, 2 months, 21 days
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Bio Photo Researching Perce, Ramey, Meyer, Petersmeyer, Stillman, Shaw, Bruns, Marold, Conklin, Keesler, Olmstead, Belyea, Gullett, Ferris, Laroe/Laro, Dillon, Oregon/Aragon and Ragle, just to name a few!
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Dixie Baldwin
RE: Harriet Finch
Hi Leslie, Harriet is memorial 11606308, Dixie
Added by Dixie Baldwin on Feb 17, 2014 8:11 AM
Dixie Baldwin
Harriet Finch
although the information you provided for Harriet Finch is very informative, unfortunately you have attached this to the wrong Harriet Finch. As per the headstone this Harriet was the the daughter of W H (William H) and J S (Jemima Sarah Duckworth). Just thought you might appreciate the heads-up.
Added by Dixie Baldwin on Feb 16, 2014 10:31 AM
Jackie Smith
Garet/Susan Smith Info
I am Garet's great grand daughter and have been researching Susan Smith Grover Pecore. Any info you have other than Grover's adopted her and she married William Pecore would be appreciated!!
Jackie Smith
Added by Jackie Smith on Dec 29, 2013 12:50 PM
Vance Pollock
Harry S. Stuff
I noticed your pics and comments re: Harry Spencer Stuff of Seattle's Stuff Printing Concern. I have been trying to document his "Original Optimist" prints, the grandfather of Mad magazine's Alfred E. Neuman for sure. Any idea who his partner Mr. Wilson was? I've added a photo of him from a 1914 trade journal to his memorial. Regards, Vance.
Added by Vance Pollock on Oct 08, 2013 12:02 AM
Jeff Schreck
Alice Oregon
This one was a challenge. Alice's grave is marked with an engraved tin plate, something I haven't seen before. I cleaned it with window cleaner (the only thing I had with me), and wet it with water to bring out the lettering. Then I took the photo quickly before the water evaporated. I did a little editing to further bring out the inscription. This is the best photo I was able to produce. I hope I was able to do justice to Alice's memory. Thanks for allowing me to have a small part in your search.
Added by Jeff Schreck on Aug 18, 2013 6:58 PM
Minnie Wildman (Beloved Mother) is buried near William (Beloved Father), and I posted her photo also. Doris and Earl are on the other side of the cemetery, and there is also a Geraldine Wildman. If you know how any are related, I would be glad to link them.
Added by Sue on Jul 19, 2013 10:50 PM
Annie Peek
Jessie Deamaral
Thanks for the correction, Leslie!

If this is your grandmother, I am happy to transfer her to you.

Also, I was not sure which of her middle names is her maiden name (or if it is) - I'd be happy to update that as well if you know.

Let me know about the transfer - truly, I'm happy to do so! AND - Love the photo!!!
Added by Annie Peek on Jun 26, 2013 3:38 PM
RE: George LS Stuff
You are welcome - he sounds like an interesting man - what a fun project!
Added by annabanana47 on Dec 03, 2012 10:24 AM
Tamara Truette Peterson
RE: Harry S. Stuff
No, I'm not related to the family, but from what I read, I wish I was! :o)
Added by Tamara Truette Peterson on Nov 19, 2012 5:48 AM
Tamara Truette Peterson
RE: Harry S. Stuff
Thank you for that great information of Harry Stuff! That kind of information is absolutely priceless and is what this site is all about. To help remember and never forget. Thanks back at you.
Added by Tamara Truette Peterson on Oct 24, 2012 5:57 AM
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