|Doris Hartman (#46978937)|
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|I've been working on genealogy for many years. My main family names to research are Boyer and Geer from western Pennsylvania, but I love the research and will work on any name. I live in southwestern Washington (state), so I depend on others to help with headstone photos I need, and I visit cemeteries here for other people. Thanks!|
If you would like to manage a memorial I have entered, please let me know. As long as it's not my family, I'll be glad to transfer.
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|Connie Gadwa||RE: McMath|
Yes, starting with Margaret, my 2x great-grandmother;
Her sons, Robert (wife Carrie) & William;
Robert's sons, Alex and Alfred (wife Agnete), and daughter Alice;
Alfred's son Alexander, and daughter Elsie McMath Bradley, my mother.
|Connie Gadwa||RE: Margaret McMath at Cathlamet|
I just saw this message. I forget to check my home email sometimes... get busy with work :
Do I have to do something special to be a contributor? I have not been one.
I would be happy to take it over. Just let me know what I should be doing other than adding/correcting information and answering people's questions regarding the Cathlamet McMaths.
|Don Hilyer, Jr||Phoebe Ann Geer|
Hello Doris, I just noticed that you research your Geer family. Phoebe Ann Geer is my 2x gr-grandmother. My gr-grandfather David Leonard Cochran was the father of my grandma Almeda Louella Cochran. She married Clyde Sylvester Hilyer.
|Don Hilyer, Jr||RE: Hilyer|
Hi Doris, yes Leonde Wayne Hilyer was my Grand Uncle. He was the older brother of my grandfather Clyde Sylvester Hilyer. Both are buried in the North Forest Cemetery, Marienville, PA. I grew up in Warren but joined the Navy and landed in San Diego and been here ever since. It is funny you mentioned Jim Hilyer. Through my family research I connected with Jim on FB. My favorite photo he posted is a goat standing on his horses back. I have been learning a lot about Uncle Wayne and Aunt Clara but I have hit a few speed bumps finding Uncle Wayne's 1900 census and their 1920 census records. I know Uncle Wayne was working in the Philadelphia shipyard when they married so I looked in both Marienville and Philadelphia. I have also hit a road block locating where their son Wayne Leroy (Buck) Hilyer is buried.
|Don Hilyer, Jr||RE: Eva Smith Weaver|
Thank you Doris, I have made your requested edit. I also requested an edit to add my link of Aunt Eva Minerva (Smith) Weaver to your Ralph Harley Weaver memorial. I will delete my memorial on Uncle Ralph. Your headstone photo's are much better than the photo's I received and uploaded for both memorials.
I just realized you're from the west coast. It seems like I've seen your name on quite a few from here, so I thought you lived in this area.
Added by CABrown on Aug 13, 2016 1:59 PM
|CABrown||RE: Roy & Minnie Graham at Jamison|
Thanks for the info.
Added by CABrown on Aug 13, 2016 1:57 PM
|J McL||Dorothy Stack|
on entry 3935597 you have the wrong photo. Dorothy Schoen Stack is in a different section at Willamette Nat'l Cemetery- Sec. H to be exact.. Could you please delete that photo.
Added by J McL on Aug 01, 2016 12:19 AM
|Nancy Berntson||Charlotte Elnora Schaffan Davis|
Thank you so much for the picture of her headstone, it is much appreciated. Thank you for taking the time to united me with family.
|Judith Segale||RE: Henry Fields|
Hi Doris, I just finished putting his obit on Find A Grave. Read if you like, and send me your comments. Thanks again for the transfer. Judith
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