|Polly Paine (#47000827)|
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|Donna Kay Furniss||Overturf brothers in Montana|
I am in Darby, MT. I just discovered that my gr gr great grandmother Orpah Overturf Delaplain had three brothers that moved to the Bitterroot and lived not far from where my husband was raised. Today I checked Find a Grave and found Marion's picture you posted in 2012. I will check Jacob and Reason (Reese's) sites too. I was so excited I decided to e mail you first before going any further. I would like to e mail you and talk more about your relationship to this family. My e mail is
Thanks SO much for the picture of Marion. It means the world to me. I have a picture of Reese in a book that I will scan later when we go home where I have the equipment. I found this family in the book Bitterroot Trails vol 1&2 and made the connection to Orpah through Ancestery.com. I went to the Lone Pine Cemetery yesterday and saw their headstones and took pictures.
So much more, but this is a start. Sincerely, Donna Kay Furniss
|Phil||RE: Petrus Hernalsteen Welle|
It is quite possible that they are buried here. In Belgium there is a rule that the family can decide how long the tomb remains. In this municipality is the term 10, 20 or 40 years. Only the old warriors of the first or second world war remains.
I think the grave unfortunately no longer exists.
Added by Phil on Nov 30, 2012 1:55 PM
|Phil||Petrus Hernalsteen Welle|
Hello,Phil from Belgium here,
Today I visited the cemetery of Welle.Looking for your family to take a photo.(photo request)
I must sadly report that there are almost no graves in this cemetery to be found before 1950. Only a few veterans.
And certainly not from before 1930.
Added by Phil on Nov 29, 2012 11:33 AM
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