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Debra Monsive (#47109785)
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Bio Photo I have been interested in family history for over 45 years and doing genealogical research and documentation since 2001. I live in Lane County, Oregon. Contact me if I can be of help in this geographic area. I am willing to pull obituraries or other research.

One of my maternal great grandmothers lived to be 106 years old and was a great historian. I can remember as a child sitting next to her rocking chair listening to stories about her life or an historical event that she witnessed. She passed away in 1976 without a hint of dementia. In 1969 my mother interviewed her over a two day period and she captured it all on the old reel to reel tapes. I took the tapes to a sound studio and had them transferred to CD. What a family treasure!

I have been blessed by so many who have helped me in my quest to discover more about my family. Joining Find A Grave as a photo volunteer is one way of giving back to the genealogical community for the blessings that I have received.

Debbie in Oregon
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Maureen and Ed Weatherly
Imel
Ok Debra thank you so much
Maureen
Added by Maureen and Ed Weatherly on Mar 30, 2014 6:22 AM
Maureen and Ed Weatherly
Robert Imel
Me again Debra may I copy Roberts picture this is my husbands great great Grandfather Thank you Maureen
Added by Maureen and Ed Weatherly on Mar 29, 2014 12:31 PM
Maureen and Ed Weatherly
Imel
Hi Debra I was wondering if I may copy this picture my husband's Mother was an Imel. Thank you have a great weekend Maureen
Added by Maureen and Ed Weatherly on Mar 29, 2014 12:15 PM
Juliane Montgomery Burbach
RE: Farlinger
Debra
Thank you so much, what great pictures, I admire you for going out in this very cold weather. Take care and keep warm and again thank you!
Regards
Juliane
Added by Juliane Montgomery Burbac... on Feb 06, 2014 5:48 PM
Tami K.
Smith-Weyerhauser Cemetery
Debbie-

Sorry, I don't have information on how to reach the Smith-Weyerhauser Cemetery. My understanding is that it was on private Weyerhauser land, around 65th Street in Springfield, and is lost to the elements. If I do come up with further information, I will let you know!

Tami K.
Added by Tami K. on Feb 03, 2014 8:26 PM
HC Hughes
RE: Gates Family - Dayton, Washington
Hi, Debra.

Nope, no relation. Charles Gates and his wife, Ida, are buried in the same cemetery as my parents. Another contributor messaged me today with some information for Charles, including his children's names, so I was just searching to see whether I could link them up.

Thank you for your contributions to Find A Grave!

Heather
Added by HC Hughes on Feb 01, 2014 10:27 AM
Jackie L. Wolfe
Margaret Bailey
Not Listed,,,& No head stone Found. So put "Unknown" in Mo.
Added by Jackie L. Wolfe on Jan 27, 2014 1:29 PM
Jackie L. Wolfe
Margaret Bailey
Wolfe
Margaret Bailey
Info. I got From Roberta "Peggy" Hannah lives in Ohio. I do not Think She is any longer on the Net. her Mother was Gladys Susan Webb. I have ask if there is ahead stone or other record there. I can not find any census of her in Oregon, or any chlid that may gone to Oregon.it seem to me odd that she would go there Alone. jackie
Added by Jackie L. Wolfe on Jan 24, 2014 10:32 PM
greg dunlevy
Photos of John Dunlevy and Hildred Beatrice Dunlevy
Dear Debra, Thankyou so much for taking the pictures of my grandparents grave stones. This is the 80th year anniversary of them leaving New York State and traveling to Cottage Grove Oregon. I know very little about them my grandfather died before I was born,and I had no idea my grandmother was called the Buckaroo. My hope is these memorials will help their decendants know what they looked like and who they were.Once again I am very grateful for you contribution to their memorials. Sincerely yours Greg Dunlevy.
Added by greg dunlevy on Jan 05, 2014 9:17 AM
Bob Wilson
RE: Churchills at Cottage Grove
While you were last at the Fir Grove cemetery, did you happen to notice if there were any Bradfords there? I suspect that Elbert and Annie Bradford (parents of Laura (Bradford) Bogard/Churchill/Blanchard) are there, but I have not gotten their DC's yet. They both died at Cottage Grove, but their obits did not mention burial location. :-(
Added by Bob Wilson on Jan 04, 2014 5:20 PM
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