|Fern Gilliland Greene (#47483768)|
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I was born in Yakima, Washington, and have lived in the Yakima Valley all my life...a 3 generation Washingtonian. I have been interested in genealogy since, my great-aunt Elsie, put together. a book of our family genealogy. I've been hooked every since. This is a great site to display, pictures, and memorials, and I get to take pictures, another great love of mine. |
See ya around,
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|Diana White||Janet White|
Hi, my name is Diana White Koethke. My mother is buried in Zillah Cemetery. I want to visit her soon and it's been a long time since I was there last. Can you give me directions of the cemetery? And, how can I get info for her on this site?
Diana White Koethke
|Teresa Peterson||RE: Valerie Gefre|
Where do you want me to end the photo of Valerie Gefre?
|Teresa Peterson||RE: Valerie Peterson Gefre|
So I added photos for Valerie but I can't figure out how to get her alone as her main photo. Can you help?
Thank you for your work Fern! I just wanted to let you know that Valerie Gefre was not married to Stephen Gefre. He was her brother-law. Her husband, Eddie Gefre (Stephen's brother) is still alive. She also has a daughter, Emily Yvonne Gefre (3/20/92) still alive and kicking!
I am Teresa Peterson. This family is my ex husband's (Jerry Peterson)family and my daughter's (Chelsea Peterson) family. Jerry was Elsie Gefre's brother. She is deceased and on Find a grave # 133515214
Can you fix this error? Thank you!
Fern - Thanks so much for the gravestone photo of Drulyn and Dorothy (Carlisle) Smith in the Zillah Cemetery. Denny Carlisle
|Eva Persson||Thank you.|
Thank you so very much for adding the photo of Helena Stratford's headstone. I really appreciate it.
|Never Forgotten©2011-2016||Julia McLellan|
Thank you for taking the time and trouble to obtain the photo. Very much appreciated.
|A. Sherry||Alfred and Olive Hillyer|
Thank you so much for taking the photograph of Alfred and Olive Hillyer's grave marker. Four of the Hillyer boys emigrated from England to the United States, and Alfred became very successful as you probably already know. He was editor and owner at one time of the Sunnyside Sun.
I am related to the Hillyer men through their sister, Marie, who remained in England and married into my mother's maternal side of the family.
Thank you again for your kindness which is very much appreciated.
|junebug||Elva M. Lalka|
Thank you so very much for the lovely photo!
Added by junebug on Jun 21, 2015 6:37 PM
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