|Judy Grubb (#47767732)|
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Retired and having a wonderful time. Have met so many wonderful people and contributors and have learned so much from them. May the learning never stop. It is such a wonderful feeling to re-link familes back together, especially the children. Thanks to all who have helped me do this. God Bless!!|
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|Dana Garrow||Cora Smith Morris|
Hi Judy! Thanks for the edits on this memorial! If you are related to Cora in any way, I'd be happy to transfer her to your care. I'm not related at all… she was buried near some photo requests that I was filling that day. Just let me know! Thanks, Dana Garrow
|Roger Barrett||RE: Emma N Couick|
Judy, I deleted the photo. Don't know how that happened. Thanks for letting me know. RB
|T Davis||RE: Hazel Maxine Mauldin Kimrey.|
The parents you have for her did have a daughter named Hazel. HOWEVER, My grandparents Thompson lived next to Cecil and Hazel Kimrey for many years. My Grandmother Davis, who was Annie Maude Maudlin Davis visited them many times and made the statement MANY times that Hazel was her cousin. Hazel DID marry Cecil Kimrey, but you have the Wrong parents attached to her. I KNEW her. Your documentation is referring to an entirely different woman.
Added by T Davis on Jan 24, 2016 5:06 PM
|T Davis||Hazel Maxine Mauldin Kimrey.|
Hazel Mauldin who married Cecil Kimrey was not the daughter of Croson and Nanny. She was my grandmother's niec and my other grandmother's neighbor. She was the daughter of Grover Littleton Mauldin (died in 1957) and Viola Martin Mauldin. She had a brother born in 1929 named Edgar Jaspar Mauldin.
Added by T Davis on Jan 23, 2016 5:56 PM
|BP||Flora (Clark) Pugh|
Also you are missing the oldest child Loretta (Pugh) McCaffery and possibly loren Cooper who was adopted out and passed away on Mom's birthday last year.
Added by BP on Dec 23, 2015 3:54 PM
Judy, I'm going to suggest that Celia Schmalenbert #130615079 is the same person as Celia Schmalenberg #34381986. You have Celia Schmalenbert married to John Schmalenbert and John Otis Callaway. I'm related through John Callaway. Did some digging. Celia Schmalenberg is buried in Umatilla Co., OR.(findagrave). The Idaho marriage index shows a marriage between John Schmalenberg and Celia Schmalenberg on 7/18/1953 in Washington County, Idaho. Cert. #04606. The Oregon Death Index has a Celia Mae Schmalenberg b. April 1902, d. 11 Feb. 1973, in Umatilla, OR, Cert. #73-03447. John Schmalenberg in the 1940 census is living in Haines, Baker Co., Or. He's a widowed carpenter who was born in Russia and naturalized. It states that in 1935 he was living on a rural farm in Baker Co. In 1930 he's residing in Haines, Baker Co., Or with spouse Lillie I. and children Vernon R., Vera L., and Virginia E. His possible death is Jan 1966 in Dayton, Columbia County, WA, and birth 3 June 1884 (SSDI). His WWI draft registration card states he was born 3 June 1884 and lived in Baker County, OR. The Oregon Genweb stated that John Schmalenberg m. Lillian Irene Coles. Lillian was born 1 Jan 1887 in Haines, Baker Co., OR. She died 27 Dec. 1932. She also is buried in Haines Cemetery, Baker Co., OR. (John is buried there.) Her parents were Solomon Coles and Lydia Jane Warfield. From GenealogyBank: The Portland Oregonian, Tues, Dec 21, 1999-Virginia Edith Hanson died Dec. 16, 1999, at age 81. A private service will be held. Mrs. Hanson was born Feb. 7, 1918, in Haines. Her maiden name was Schmalenberg. She moved to Portland about 1947 and worked as a district manager for Service Master for 17 years before retiring in 1981. She married Henry Hanson in 1946; he died in 1974. Survivors include her son, John S. of Portland; daughters LaOma L. of Brookings and RaeNae D. Freshour of Portland; sister, Verda McLain of Richland, Wash.; seven grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Her son, Henry V. Hanson, died in 1977. Interment will be in Haines Pioneer Cemetery. Arrangements are by Wilhelm Funeral Home. Edition: sunrise Page: D12 Copyright (c) 1999 Oregonian Publishing Co. Also: Portland Oregonian, Mon., Aug. 14, 1995-Vernon R. Schmalenberg A graveside service was held Aug. 7, 1995, in Sunset Hills Memorial Park. Mr. Schmalenberg died Aug. 3 at age 82. He was born Feb. 8, 1913, in Haines. He worked for Willamette Steel, the Oregon Primate Center and St. Mary's Boys Home, in addition to being a cabinet maker and farmer. He married Daisy R. Loftin on Oct. 8, 1983. Survivors are his wife of Hermiston; and sisters Virginia Hanson of Portland and Verda McLain of Dayton. Arrangements: Mt. Scott Funeral Home. Editon: sunrise Page: Bo6 Copyright (c) 1995 Oregonian Publishing Co. A Daisy Schmalenberg is buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Baker City, Baker County, OR. SO--my proposal, again, is that John and Celia Schmalenbert are the same people as John and Celia Schmalenberg. Thanks for looking this over. TracyL
Added by TracyL on Nov 16, 2015 6:15 PM
|Sherlocks Cousin||Find A Grave Memorial# 112417450|
Minty Rumage: Thank you for the edits, which I have accepted. With the bio I added, thank you for deleting the parents' name from the flower section. No need to have them posted twice:)
|LKat||James Archie Shields|
Thank you for the information, I have added it to his memorial page.
Added by LKat on Oct 03, 2015 4:27 AM
Thank you for sending me the duplicate information. Are you related to her? Although it appears she died with the last name of Gatzke, her marker has the last name Carpenter. Wondering if you have any thoughts about which last name should be used for her page.
Added by leslie on Oct 02, 2015 5:29 PM
|Brenda White Broadway||Dorothy V. Walling|
You sent an edit to me to add Dorothy's middle name, Virginia. From what source did you find it?I like to verify before adding info.
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