Charles Oregon Charles was originally interred in the Old Casper Cemetery, which no longer exhists. There is no marker remaining for him, such is the fate of most of the graves moved from the old cemetery. Will post a picture of his grave plot as shown in the old books with a existing stone in background as a reference point. In the photo you may be able to make out a slight depression in the grass where he is suposed to be. The white stone in picture is facing west, Mr Oregon's plot is one grave west, and two south. Jason
Woodlawn Orcas Island WA We looked at another Bull infant and this is the reply I received from the lady in charge of the names. We do not know if the infant is under plot 62, sometimes only the marker is there for identification especially since it was in 1917. As you mentioned, it was nearly 100 years ago. A wooden marker might have been made at the time. This was at least the third child Alfred and Norah lost. It is possible all were buried in grave #D. Until graves are open for a new burial in Lot 62, no one will know if Baby Boy d 1907 and Baby Girl d 1910 are there. Grave #H is Norah's. A, B, C, E, F, and G appear to be owned by Bull but so far unused. It is just a very small cement marker, no names on it, dates, etc Joanne Johnston Olga, WA
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.
Garet/Susan Smith Info Hi, 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
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.
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.