|Mary Erickson||Arthur & Helen Ronning|
Thank you, Sparky, for responding to my request for a picture of Arthur and Helen's stone. I really appreciate your help. And THANK YOU for being a volunteer!! Mary
Thank you SO much for the two photos of the Leupp graves -- Dorothy and William. Much appreciated!
Linda T. (Louie)
Added by Louie on Aug 15, 2016 4:15 AM
Thank you for taking the memorial photo of Sigmund's grave, it is much appreciated.
Added by William on Aug 13, 2016 11:01 AM
|Bob Dolan||Fred Rosenbaum|
Thanks for taking the time to snap a photo of Fred Rosenbaum's marker. Your time is much appreciated.
|BoringHistory||RE: Clackamas Pioneer Cemetery|
Thanks so much. William A Morand was the postmaster in Boring. The original building he built and owned in 1913 still stands today. Today it's called the Not So Boring Bar And Grill. In the original building he had the post office and a drug store.
Here are a couple links about his postoffice work.
I have been posting this stuff and more on the town of Boring on my Facebook page Boring Oregon History
I have more on Morand that I haven't put online yet, mostly more post office stuff. I'll work on uploading it in the next few days. Sadly I have yet to find A picture of the man.
|BoringHistory||Clackamas Pioneer Cemetery|
I seen your picture of William A Morand. I have been doing a lot of research on the town of Boring where he was quite prominent and I wanted to visit his grave, but I see in all the pics of the cemetery that it is fenced and locked, do you know who i would talk to about getting access to this cemetery?
|Wendy & John Corcoran||Thank you, Sparky....|
for photographing the headstone for
Julian D B. De Rochers, photo by Sparky, 4 Jun 2016, for Find A Grave Memorial # 565646
Wendy with a hug of gratitude
|James Osborne||Daniel Berkson|
Thanks so much for taking a photo of Danny's gravestone. He and I grew up together in Hagerstown, MD and were great friends. It means a lot to be able to see his grave. Thanks! James
Thanks so much for the photo and quick response!
Thanks so much for the Alport photo.
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