|Linda Evans (#47172370)|
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I have been researching genealogy for over 25 years. I've met many nice people and just last year found Find a Grave.|
I can help with photos in the Portland,Oregon. and East Gresham & Sandy area.
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|Joy||RE: Ed Beal|
You are most welcome. It was my pleasure.
Added by Joy on Jun 09, 2014 9:48 AM
"It appears that Irwin Kennedy, #44249660 and Ervin James Kennedy, #11369475 are the same people. Since there is a gravestone pictured on #44249660 website with the spelling "Irwin Kennedy," assuming that is the correct spelling. However, #11369475 has more complete information and contains the links to other relatives. Please do what you can to combine these two records."
Linda...you had me transfer his wife to you long ago & then duplicated this entry. Someone else caught it & sent me the note above. Could you delete yours since I have the photo from 2009 & then re-enter the family links. I will transfer this over to you when you tell me to.....
Added by JMcL on May 30, 2014 9:47 PM
|Hazel||RE: Mary Whiteford Diamond|
There is several gravesites with the name Diamond in the Craig cemetery but Mary is not listed on the marquee as one of them. This cemetery was formed about the time of her death so there is a possibility she is there but not on the records. Also a possibility someone made an assumption she was buried in the cemetery when she was buried on a homestead. Fairview is the oldest part of the Craig Cemetery. Good Luck in your search for her burial site.
Added by Hazel on May 30, 2014 6:05 PM
|Jhere McKenzie||RE: A H and Sarah Lewis Bell|
You are so welcome! Jhere
|Michael Anderson||RE: Bluford Anderson|
I would love to see them some day, but honestly, you are probably a little better curator than anyone we have over here in Indiana. My email is:
I saw a rejection letter for the pension in one of Ma's old boxes. It sounds like Bluford got scalded and was also sick for a while, but they didn't want to give him a pension because he was healthy for a time afterwards. I was never clear whether he was really seriously injured in the service, or if he just wanted to get a pension so that the family would have something if anything happened to him.
I wish I had more time for this stuff. It really is fascinating, and I like to think about all the things that happened to these people through history.
Thank you so much !
|Michael Anderson||Bluford Anderson|
I posted a photo of Bluford Anderson I found in an old trunk to his page. I hope you enjoy it!
Michael Brooks Anderson
|Glenn Kiecker||RE: Charles Hane|
Linda with all your great research and tree building i suspect you can access me to your public genealogical file in ancestry ??? Perhapsemail@example.com
|Mindy Adamson-Wahl||RE: Richard C Phillips|
Sorry I didn't see your request for the transfer. Next time, it will go faster if you use the Suggest A Correction option on his memorial. I don't check my profile page all the time. :D But here you go, let me know if there is anything else. :D
|Pam R.||Lawrence Lewis|
Thanks for the link, Linda:)
Added by Pam R. on Jul 01, 2013 10:06 AM
|Carol Weldon||Portland OR lewis line|
I worked some more on Jo-Allen to see if I could find a link. I did find her marriage to William F Luck & the family in the 1930 census. I tried following all 3 to the 1940, no luck. I then tried to go backwards. I couldn't find Jo, but may have found William's family in the 1910.
Do you have her parents names.
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