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Hi - this is my husband's aunt, Pearl Estella Johnson Musser, born in North Dakota - do you know who else is on this stone? We do not have the first name of her husband (Musser). Thank you, Judy
|Kenneth Johnson||James Greene Owen Gravestone|
I deleted my memorial and transferred my photo of the gravestone to this memorial.
For Elizabeth Foster (Sec 107-106), I added her gravestone photo to Memorial #33597484.
If I created more duplicates, please let me know.
Ken Johnson, Dallas, Oregon
PS: this is my third cousin's families. She died around 1988 in her 30s and I'm trying to complete her research. I got detoured for several months, but want to finish this project this year.
Thank you so much for adding the picture of Minnie's marker. And thanks for the edit on her plot. I appreciate your help.
Added by mary on Apr 02, 2014 7:39 PM
|Juelette Fadness||Marie Miller|
Thank you for the obit and plot information for Marie Miller. I have made the changes to her memorial. Regards, Juelette Fadness
|Sheri West||Mahalie Kingery|
Birth year has been changed :)
Oregonian, The (Portland, OR) - October 23, 1998
Deceased Name: Masao M. Tamiyasu
A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, 1998, in Oregon Buddhist Temple for Masao M. Tamiyasu , who died Oct. 19 at age 75.
Mr. Tamiyasu was born Oct. 22, 1922, in Brooks. He graduated from Salem High School and attended Oregon State University. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Army. He moved to Portland in 1945. He owned the New Tokyo restaurant and later was a kitchen supervisor for Swan Island Fred Meyers Eves Restaurant before retiring in 1984. He was a member of the temple. In 1967, he married Billie M. Derr.
Survivors include his wife; sons, Larry of Lake Oswego and Tommy of Portland; daughter, JoAnne of Portland; stepdaughters, Jan Leeding of Clackamas and Judy Latourette of Sherwood; mother, Kisayo of Palo Alto, Calif.; brothers, Mikio of Dayton, Ohio, and Edward of Redwood City, Calif.; sisters, Pauline Ogasawara of Palo Alto, Toshiko Fukuhara of Seattle and Lynn K. Tamiyasu -Lee of Mountain View, Calif.; and five grandchildren.
Disposition is by cremation. The family suggests remembrances to the American Diabetes Association. Arrangements are by Caldwells Colonial Chapel.
Oregonian, The (Portland, OR)
Date: October 23, 1998
Record Number: 9810230307
Copyright (c) 1998 Oregonian Publishing Co.
Oregonian, The (Portland, OR) - May 11, 2009
Deceased Name: Tamiyasu , Billie 'Maxine'
82 08/30/1926 05/03/2009 Maxine was born in Portland She was a retired waitress for Hung Far Low restaurant Maxine is survived by her daughters, Jan Leeding, Judy Latourette-Myers and JoAnne Tamiyasu ; and son, Tommy. There will be no services held. Arrangements by River View Cemetery Funeral Home.
Oregonian, The (Portland, OR)
Date: May 11, 2009
Author: UNPAID OBIT
Record Number: MERLIN_13675836
Copyright (c) 2009 Oregonian Publishing Co.
|Savannah Sutherland||Mary Tucker|
Thank you for such a quick edit for linking her parents! Much appreciated!
|tjvon||Jones and Conn|
Thank you so much for approving the Edits for my family members. Very much appreciated! TJ
Added by tjvon on Mar 15, 2014 5:34 PM
Well, how about that. I had no idea that they put a previous married name on Laura Annie Taylor's grave. Why do some people do that? Drives me crazy sometimes. Why don't they put the name on the gravestone that somebody died with and not some previous married name?? Sigh. Or at least put both names? Some people choose to have their maiden name put on their gravestone where their middle name goes so you never can be sure if the middle name on a woman's stone is REALLY her middle name or if it is actually her maiden name or whatever.
Anyway, if you care to take another look at Laura's page Find A Grave #= 103279283 I added a funeral notice to her page that should help you see that I am not crazy or anything for putting her last name as Taylor. :-] She is in my Riverview Cemetery index as Annie Taylor and is not listed as Shaffer.
You can understand why some people want a previous married name on a gravestone if you look at it from Clifford's perspective. He may not have approved of his mother marrying this Benjamin Taylor and may have hated him and did not want his mother buried with that guy's name on her stone and since Annie had no children with Mr Taylor or anyone else that I know of all the more reason for Clifford wanting his last name on his mother's stone, right? But, as you know, that is all guess work on my part. That may be close to right or maybe it is completely wrong. Maybe Clifford wasn't even the one behind having his mother's stone made?? Maybe the stone cutter screwed up and did not look at his paperwork right and got the wrong name on the stone? You don't happen to have a time machine I could borrow do you? :-] I promise I would bring it back to you before you let me borrow it. Har har. Also, Annie is buried right by her mother and I see you added a picture of her stone as well. So, it looks like Annie and her mother both got stoned today. Yuk, yuk.
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