|NEIL CAMERON / 6443 (#47199078)|
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|born 1940 in WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON|
PARENTS: CAMERON - CAMMACK
PATERNAL: CAMERON - KENASTON
MATERNAL: CAMMACK - MICHELS
PATERNAL: CAMERON - MAUGHIMAN
KENASTON - MAYFIELD
MATERNAL: CAMMACK - STREET
MICHELS - RUDE
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|dhudon||Joseph G Street/Sarah Jane Kennedy Street|
There are conflicting burials for this husband and wife. Your entry for Groves cemetery in Missouri, and they are also listed at Clay Grove Cemetery, Iowa by another person with different death dates. Are you researching the Street family? Have you seen the conflicting listings?
Added by dhudon on Jan 30, 2015 1:01 PM
|Marie Scott||Frederic T Wright|
Thank you for adding a memorial for my Uncle Fred. I never actually met him but heard all about him from his mother, my grandmother, who was his number one fan and follower. I have been researching my family history for years and have just had a fresh look at Uncle Fred after hearing about the death of his wife Margaret on September 19. I'm not sure if you would have known that? I am a little puzzled because our family's records have Margaret's maiden name as Engelbrecht and you have a different name for her. You say you knew her father so you are very likely right, but do you know of any reason why we thought it was Engelbrecht, eg an earlier marriage or a stepfather?
I hope you don't mind that I have copied the photo you left on the memorial of Uncle Fred, all Ive ever had was a group photo of him with his mother and stepfather and some of his siblings so its nice to have a portrait.
Regards, Marie Scott
|Frankie||Sunny Liu - #97844832|
Sunny Liu was my parents' pastor in the East PA Conference and they have very fond memories of him!
In fact, my understanding is that when he went to the local hospital to visit my father, he looked so much like one of the surgeon's, the hospital staff "jumped to". They didn't want to be seen "goofing off".
I never personally knew him, but have heard only wonderful things about him. Just wanted to pass along this little story.
Added by Frankie on Sep 28, 2014 10:22 AM
|SallyH||RE: SUNNY LIU|
Sunny Liu was a wonderful person. He and my stepfather were good friends. They both were battling cancer at the same time, and they talked about who would go first. My stepfather did, and Sunny Liu sang at his funeral.
Added by SallyH on Feb 28, 2014 9:43 PM
I am glad we have it figured out where Hazen Foss is buried. It turns out that Haverhill and Bradford were once the same town. I didn't know that. I did find a phone number to dial, I think I'll try it sometime to see if I can make 100% sure that Hazen Foss is there. HF is a figure in the history of the 7th Day Adventist Church.
|Saratoga||RE: SIMON GREENLEAF|
My pleasure Neil. Thanks for all you do.
Added by Saratoga on Jan 12, 2014 4:03 PM
|Sarah Capps||RE: THE FOUR BULLINGTONS|
As you may imagine, all of those four Bullington kids in the picture has long since passed on; the last having died in 1999. They had an older half brother who's name was Andrew Shull. If you like looking at interesting things, look him up in my records. At the age of 14 in 1912, he went to stay a few months with his deceased father's relatives in the state of Oregon. He never returned to his mother, he stayed there and had a prosperous life. The pictures on his memorial show a letter he wrote to his mother about his train ride from Missouri to Oregon.
|Sarah Capps||RE: THE FOUR BULLINGTONS|
You're welcome. The tallest/oldest one on the far right was my grandma: my father's mother. Are you related to the Bullingtons some way?
Hello, I will try to find the cemetery that he is buried in. I did find some town contact information and I will try contacting them soon.
|Debra LeCaire-Tusken||Viola and Arnold Schmitt|
I did it!!! Sorry, I wasn't quite sure how to do it, but figured it out. Sounds like these memorials are in good hands now.
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