|Dan Stevenson (#47015440)|
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Born and raised in Oregon. After leaving graduate school in 1979 took first job in San Diego, California where I have lived in the area since then. Started working on my family trees in 1980: Stevenson, Moore, Rothrock, Baker, Ramer, Nading, Spach/Spaugh, Fishel, Baird, Brewington, Ketherside, Butner, Craig, Cox, Faw, Flinn, Hauser, McKenzie, Parker, Phelps, Rominger, Ruble, Russell, Sink and Walk.|
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You sent the spousal link twice so I declined one of them in case it would accept twice and make two links to the same lady. Don't want you to be perturbed at getting a decline.
Added by Anna on Mar 16, 2015 12:11 PM
Thanks so much for the additional information you provided for Addie Wootton. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by DP on Mar 14, 2015 4:20 PM
|DP||Addie Wootton Edits|
Dan, Can you provide your sources for the info you sent regarding the edits for Addie Wootton? Addie is a relative of mine (via the Wootton line) and all of my research shows her maiden name as Ruthrock in lieu of Rothrock.
According to a Wootton cousin's database, his sources for Addie Ruthrock Wootton are:
3935. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 4, Ed. 1, (Release date: August 23, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #4133, Date of Import: Sep 4, 1998.
3936. UHP-Tree.FBK, Date of Import: 23 May 2008.
Added by DP on Mar 04, 2015 10:28 PM
|Ann Koch||Charles Cram|
I have a brief history (below) of Charles Cram that shows his birth place as Portland, OR. Can you tell me your source for his birth place?
Below is that history . . . would you like me to add it to his listing?
CHARLES ORESTUS CRAM:
History of Whitman County:
This successful farmer and fruit grower of the Penawawa country was born in Portland, Oregon, on May 14, 1853. When he was quite young his parents took him to Polk county, and in 1865 they brought him to Walla Walla county, Washington, where he completed his educational discipline, already begun in Oregon. His first venture on life's sea on becoming of age was the taking up of a bar claim on Snake river, near Penawawa, by squatter's right. Soon afterward, through the generosity of his father, he became one of the owners of the Penawawa ferry. Thus in the year 1874 he began his pioneer days in Whitman county as a bachelor ferryman. This, however, soon had the effect to convince him that it was "not well for man to be alone," and he returned to Walla Walla county and took to himself a "better half" and a quarter section of land near Waitsburg under the timber-culture act, and in 1878 he located a homestead near Uniontown, in this county. Commuting the same, after six months' residence, and returned to his former home near Waitsburg. He continued to reside in that locality until 1880, in which year he moved to Penawawa and engaged in the merchandise business. In 1884 he removed to Colfax and changed his business to that of handling thoroughbred stock and this in time led him to the establishment of the Colfax dairy, which he still owns. In 1899 he moved to his present place, five miles notheast of Penawawa, where he owns a magnificent tract of five hundred acres. Like many other farmers in the vicinity he combines stock-raising with fruit growing. He has a fine home, an excellent orchard and many improvements, all of which add greatly to the convenience and attractiveness of rural life. While Mr. Cram is not specially active in political matters and has never sought political or personal aggrandizement of any kind, he is rightly regarded as among the most active and potential forces in promoting the general industrial advance. His many sterling qualities have won him the esteem and regard of those who know him and his standing, wherever he is known in the different parts of the county, both as a business man and a member of society, is of the very highest. The marriage of our subject was duly solemnized in Walla Walla county, Washington, on February 9 ,1875, the lady being Miss Ella , a daughter of A.C. and Abbie (Carter) Dickinson, and a native of Missouri, who crossed the plains with her parents in 1863. They have six sons: Warren J., Harvey F., Alfred G., Clyde C., Floyd A. and George C.
Added by Ann Koch on Mar 02, 2015 11:14 PM
|Deborah Bethay||Martha Adaline "Addie" Siceloff Adams|
Can you please transfer Martha Adams to me as she was my great grandmother. #39330627 Thank you!
|Kat||George Washington Rothrock|
I will not link to a burial unknown. The parents names are already on his memorial
Added by Kat on Mar 02, 2015 12:01 PM
|Jeff Bowman||RE: Elizabeth Behethland Moore|
Does this help you out:
Find A Grave Memorial# 82157614
|Jeff Bowman||RE: Elizabeth Behethland Moore|
Good morning Dan,
I apologize if I entered the wrong name for Elizabeth Behethland (Martin) Moore. She is the daughter of Joseph Martin as you have indicated on her memorial. I was working on F-A-G updates for hours yesterday, and had to quit when my wife dragged me off my laptop, plus I was getting bleary-eyed. Thanks for catching my input error.
If you have additional information or links which I can add to her memorial, I would be glad to do so. I no longer transfer outside of the Find A Grave guidelines. By using the virtual cemetery function, you can collect all of your distantly related individuals. I also no longer share my research via Find A Grave other than the memorials I maintain--there are numerous websites for that function.
|K||Harry S. Ludwig #128540222|
Found his baptism. His name was given as Harry Simon Ludwig. Every document including the death certificate shows his first name as Harry and not Henry. Thanks for helping.
Added by K on Feb 12, 2015 9:56 AM
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