|Debra Monsive (#47109785)|
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I have been interested in family history for over 50 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
Moore Family Cemetery
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|Richard Farrell||RE: Gum's at Mt. Vernon Cemetery|
call me know.... 541 747 0403
|Richard Farrell||Margaret Briles Gum|
Hello..... There is a tombstone marker in the Mt Vernon Cemetery in Plot 137 for her along with her son Charles. Questions? Call me at 541 747 0403
Richard Farrell #46628622
|Thomas L. Harman||RE: Gladys Marquardt.|
Very distantly related. Just trying to links the family members.
|Fred Bradley||RE: Daniel and Mariam Gumm|
You are very welcome and thanks for the kind words.
|Nancy||RE: Emma France|
I am always looking for more information. I would really like the death certificate. Thank you so much. Nancy
Added by Nancy on Mar 13, 2016 8:49 PM
|Ronald Rowlett||RE: Mary L. Zornes Moore|
I sent you an email showing my connection to my 4th Great Grandmother Zornes. Looking forward to discussing this further :)
|Richard Parker||RE: Katherine Anderson|
Thanks for the transfer.
|Richard Parker||Katherine Anderson|
Thank you for placing my great Aunt's memorial on Find A Grave. I've been searching many a years to track her down. Today, through her daughter Bessie, I was able to locate her. Thanks again.
You may want to add the following to her memorial.
1st Husband: W. V. Bowles
Daughter: Elsie E.
Daughter: Bessie L.
MISSOURI MARRIAGE RECORDS 1805-1891 --- Name: Miss Katie P. Hill - Marriage Date: August 3, 1891 - Marriage City Or Town: Butler - Marriage County: Bates - Marriage State: Missouri -- Spouse's Name: W. V. Bowles - Spouse's Birth State: Missouri.
Have a great day. I'm having one.
|Britany Alachniewicz Johnson||Alma & Milburn Crites #100949830|
Hello, I am a relative of Milburn and Alma Crites. I was wondering if I may have permission to use their gravestone photos on my private family tree?
Thank you very much!
|Kathryn McKillip Thrift||Longfellow|
Thank you for the transfer of both Longfellows at Fir Grove. It was very thoughtful of you. (My great grandmother lived to be 103 1/2 & I too have wonderful memories of her tales of wagon trains across Indian territory. We were/are blessed!)
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