I have been so fortunate to find people, along my journey, that have helped me with ancestry information, tips, leads to new places to look, corrections where I have erroneous information , etc. that I feel taking photos for Find A Grave is a tiny way that I can say THANK YOU and pay it forward.
I urge you to use ANY photos that I have taken on your tree or anyway you wish. I believe they are YOUR relatives and I have just been the messenger to connect you. Add the photos anytime and anywhere!
Onslow, Harris, Person and others Despite the difficult working conditions, you managed to get outstanding photos, Carolyn. As always, you're a real pro. I'm particularly pleased with the Onslow photo because it gave closure to family members in the South who never knew their relative had settled in Oregon and died here. It's always gratifying when Find A Grave reunites long-lost family members. Thanks again for your wonderful contribution to this "happy ending."
Tressie Bontty Hi: Thanks so much for taking the time to take a picture of Tressie's niche. I do appreciate you doing that. I don't know at the moment about the other people in that area. Tressie's second marriage was to Richard Bontty and he is buried at Williamett National Cemetery, Multnomah, Oregon. I don't know if the others are connected to Richard Bontty. Thanks again, Karen
KATHLEEN ELEANOR PETERS When possible, could you please check if Kathleen Eleanor Peters (d. June 1957) was interred at Wilhem's Portland Memorial.
Kathleen already has a FIND A GRAVE memorial page #86701987 which claims she is interred at Riverview Abbey. Alas, I've already checked with the Abbey's staff and there is no record for her. However, Kathleen's husband, Walter B. Peters (#86702035) who died in September 1952, is interred in a single crypt at Riverview Abbey.
I also checked the sexton records of River View Cemetery with no findings for Kathleen Peters.
Please investigate the records for Portland Memorial to see if Kathleen is interred there. If she is, would you please take a photo of her crypt or niche and upload it to the memorial page.