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|gennie||RE: R.L. Absher|
Thanks Tracy, I will delete R.L. Absher from Greenwood. Yes, Florence was Russell Absher's sister. Thanks for the info. Gennie.
Added by gennie on Dec 08, 2014 12:38 PM
Hello Tracy, thank you for your recent inquiry on R.L. Absher, buried at Greenwood Cemetery. I also inially thought he was the Russell Lowell Absher buried at Woodbine Cemetery, Puyallup, Wa., but they are not the same person; as R.L. died in 1926, and Russell died in 1964. I am a greatgranddaugher of Russell's sister. I believe that the R.L., could possibly be either a son to Russell, or a nephew. I'm sure he is related in some way. I found the burial info. on a County website, listing all of the Absher's buried at Greenwood Cemetery. Thank you for your interest, and thank you for the pictures you have added to some of the Absher memorials. Sincerely, Gennie.
Added by gennie on Dec 06, 2014 7:47 AM
|Carole Freer McKinney||Wilfred Zurfluh|
Thanks very much for the picture. It's greatly appreciated.
|Ralph Gowen||Myron Gowen|
thank you for taking the time to find and photograph his headstone!
|Enid Jamison||Joseph and Edith Leatherwood|
Thank you very much for taking these headstone pictures for me.
Thank you so very much for taking time out of your day to take and post photos of my GrGrandfathers resting place. You're awesome!
Added by SGNB on Oct 21, 2014 11:24 AM
Thank you for taking the time to get pictures of both Helen and Elizabeth - maiden name Canfield. Right now am not sure exactly who their parents are for certain. something more to keep me busy working to figure out which family they belong to.
THank you again for the help.
Added by Canfield on Oct 18, 2014 10:56 PM
|Jauers||Frank T Howland|
Thank you for taking his photo.
Added by Jauers on Oct 05, 2014 9:58 PM
|CSM||RE: O'Conner / O'Connor|
I found the last names were misspelled, and the records have now been corrected to O'Connor.
No O'Conner in this cemetery, it seems.
Thanks for your assistance.
Added by CSM on Oct 03, 2014 9:44 AM
|Marie Kriner||Bert L Brown|
Traycx, Thank you for taking the picture of the grave stone for me. He is a distant relative. Folks like yourself make the world a better place to live. Thanks!
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