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John McGlothlin (#47957234)
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Bio Photo I'd been researching my family for about six years and found Find A Grave to be most helpful. Once I'd finished my research I decided to create some memorials for folk in my family so as to provide links to others that were already here and connect the dots so to speak (and no, I'm not creating a tree). That, in turn, led me to do photographic work in two local historic cemeteries so as to help others.

In 2012 I finished working in the historic Jacksonville Cemetery in Jacksonville, Oregon and in 2013 the historic Hargadine Cemetery in Ashland, Oregon taking photos where memorials lacked them and adding memorials when I came across folks what didn't have one (with the exception of very recent burials).

Anyone may use my photos for anything other than commercial purposes or the creation of duplicate memorials on Find A Grave. You may copy and post them to other websites or use them in your family history or tree. For non-commercial uses and exempting creation of duplicate memorials my photos are gifts. It would be nice if you gave credit if you use them but I'm not requiring that.

I only manage memorials that are for family members. If you can document a closer relation to any of them than me then I'll transfer management; otherwise I won't.
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 • 330 Memorials Added
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 • 2 Memorials/Week
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Messages left for John McGlothlin (77)[Leave Message]
Thank you for all you do
Thank you for letting me know that a stone doesn't exist for Leon Joseph Voyle in response to my photo request.
Added by JANNI ۩ CAR└S... on Nov 26, 2015 1:17 AM
John Bracchi
Oagle Salyer
Hi John,
Thanks for finding and photo-ing Oagle's headstone. I'm chasing him for a relative and this verifies his wanderings.
Added by John Bracchi on Nov 11, 2015 11:22 AM
Regarding Hayes Taylor

I appreciate your e-mail message, letting me know that a record that I created was a duplicate of an exiting one. I can tell you that I do try my best NOT to create duplicates; that I am a computer consultant, and I do understand how to search correctly to avoid them, and that I have no clue why I didn't find the preexisting record for this person.

I'm sure you can tell from the record that I built that I also try hard to do the appropriate research, and link family members whenever possible. I have sent the following message to PROGBASE, who is shown as the creator of the entry that I accidentally duplicated. I am willing to resolve this issue howver PROGBASE wants me to resolve it.

Thank you,
Sharon DeBoer
Added by Sharon on Nov 05, 2015 8:09 PM
Shelli Steedman
John Grimes
Thanks for making me aware of the wrong death date and that it is a duplicate. I didn't create the memorial but I contacted the person who did. Thanks again.
Added by Shelli Steedman on Nov 02, 2015 12:28 AM
Monte Harding
RE: Jane White photo
Yes I had the list with me and searched the entire cemetery and didn't find them, unfortunately so many of the stones have been vandalized and pushed over. they are trying to get things put back together but it takes time.
Added by Monte Harding on Oct 29, 2015 5:09 PM
Diane Mitchell
RE: JC Boone
Thank you. This JC Boone is driving me crazy
Added by Diane Mitchell on Oct 06, 2015 1:17 PM
Diane Mitchell
JC Boone
Hi John,
Would you have any info on a JC Boone{James, James Calloway, James Calvin, James C.]] born 1827 in Missouri or Kentucky. He was supposed to have died in southern Oregon. Jacksonville or Central Point. Alphonso L. Boone in Jacksonville cemetery was his son?
Thanks for all you do, Diane Mitchell
Added by Diane Mitchell on Oct 03, 2015 5:12 PM
Patricia Dunford
RE: LeVon Dunford Find A Grave Memorial# 107273996
Thanks, John!
I will do so. Funny story -- for years we thought that a similar (father-daughter) stone in Miller Cemetery, Marion County was a burial and a cenotaph, as the dau died over the mountain on the coast, and is listed in the Elk City Cemetery. Finally found the "right" article in the local paper.."she will be buried in Miller Cemetery.." Two articles, one edition of the paper, one had the information, one did not! Go figure.
I'll alert the Find A Grave folks -- and ask for the memorials. Only three grandchildren, and I'm the "duty genealogist."
Thank you for your hard work!
Added by Patricia Dunford on Sep 14, 2015 3:41 PM
Patricia Dunford
LeVon Dunford Find A Grave Memorial# 107273996
Just a clarification, should anyone want to put it on the site.
My Grandmother, Nellie (Palmer) Dunford, wished to have my father (LeVon)'s BD information added to her marker. However, the truth is that his cremains were scattered over some forest land in northern Arizona, as he was a forest engineer in Oregon and in Arizona.
Pat Dunford
Added by Patricia Dunford on Sep 14, 2015 2:55 PM
So nice to have photo of memorial site.
Added by Piper on Jul 18, 2015 9:17 AM
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