|Dan & Barbara (#47033260)|
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We are a couple of old Retirees and are always |
looking for something to occupy our time.
We happend onto Find a Grave and got quite
interested. We are attempting to put as many
memorials from the Local Cemetery as we can.
We have worked with geneology quite a bit and this program seems to be right down our alley.
If anyone finds their relative that we have entered and would prefer to manage their own family just let us know and we will be glad to transfer them to any family member.
We do this to help others locate there loved ones and are glad to transfer any one that is not one of our family.
Anyone is welcome to use any photos that we have taken.
Dan & Barb
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|Pioneers' Cemetery Association||Gardinier 59301214|
Madlin remarried a William H Divers and was still around in 1955. As you can see by her father's short bio, there was some tragedy in her family. I haven't found a FindAGrave entry under the Divers name.
|drey samuelson||Father Joseph Schell|
Thank you SO much for your listing of Father Joseph Schell, who is buried at the Umatilla Cemetery in Oregon. I had wondered what happened to him for literally decades, and now I know where he died. Schell was a fascinating person--he was involved in exposing (or so he said) incredible fraud by timber companies in Oregon in the 1890s, and also was the subject of a front page story in a 1904 edition of the Washington Post, in which he alleged serious injustices committed by white traders on the Winnebago Indian Reservation in northeastern Nebraska.
Anyway, thanks for your work!
Thank you for the transfer !
Added by SDT on Nov 26, 2016 10:28 PM
|FRPACE||Minerva Jane Bittinger Feik|
Thank you for the work you have done. I have one possible correction. According to "The Bittinger... Families and Their Kin of Garrett Co Md" by Wayne Bittinger, Minerva was the daughter of Peter "Pete" Bittinger and Sarah Jane Broadwater"
The Cupp name and possible confusion, comes from Minerva Cupp who was the wife of Henry Feik, the German immigrant, father of John Luther Feik her husband.
Added by FRPACE on Oct 23, 2016 8:55 AM
|Don Rekus||Another link Please|
Thank you for the transfer. I appreciate it.
NOW... can you link Louis E. Standley 41149344
to his father James Henry Standley # 41149264 ?
Thanks so much. Just trying to keep the family together. Don
|Stan Courtney||Bernard Carper # 171636556|
Bernard Carper # 171636556 is a duplicate,
Thanks, Stan Courtney
|Don Rekus||Jeremiah & Polly Standly|
Jeremiah # 36886413 Polly # 36886327
Thank you so much for entering these two people. They are my 3rd G Grandparents, having relocated from Scotland Co. MO to LaGrande,Oregon in 1864.
If they are not related to you, I would like to assume management of their sites.
Thanks again, Don
|Doris Vonheeder||Note for 59617868|
He was born Nov 24, 1875 in Putman County, Missouri. The 1885 Kansas census, indicates his age was 9 at that time. Thank You
Thanks for the transfers!
Added by Dawn M. on Sep 29, 2016 5:57 PM
|Maria Wise-Toney||RE:Transfer of memorial|
Also would like the transfer of my great grandparents, Nellie Christena Northrop #35883133 and Roy Benjamin Northrop #35883095.
Thank you =)
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