|Carolyn Arntson||Dwight Craig Leverenz|
I am a part of a small group of volunteers working at Clackamas Pioneer Cemetery. I note that you are the Find A Grave person for Dwights memorial. Our "work" is locating people without grave markers and seeing 1) if they were veterans - we can get Veteran Admin paid for markers for them if there were; 2) we search obituaries/family photos/death certificates/etc to add to the Find A Grave memorials, etc.
We are also mapping the Cemetery and we do NOT have a plot/lot location for Dwight. Is it possible that you may know this information? If you have an idea of where we can send a map of that area of CPC.
Are you related? I would love to chat with you via e mail (mine is firstname.lastname@example.org) Do you live in the Portland area?
|Diana||Rockey Preston Earhart|
Where did you find reference to his name being Rockingham? He was born as Peter Rockey Earhart. My great, great, great grandmother was his sister, Leah D. (Earhart) Hersh of Kansas. The family is connected to the Rockey family in Pennsylvania and that is where his name "Rockey" came from, to my knowledge.
Added by Diana on Apr 15, 2017 11:59 PM
|Millie Metzler Roberts||Agnes Beach|
I just noticed you added a photo of Miss Beach to her memorial last year. It adds personality to her interesting life story. Thank you, Millie
|Mark Mueller||Dwight Craig Leverenz|
Do you know if Dwight's mother (Margaret Mary (Mueller) Rumbaugh Leverenz)is buried in the same cemetery?
Margaret was my Grandfathers (Louis Mueller)daughter from his first marriage to Ethel Lorene Henrici/
|HermosaGL||Music of Robert Nottingham|
My father was a friend of Roberts - and I know he produced an album of music. Do you know how/where I may be able to get copies of his albums?
|Judi McGarvey||RE: Henry A. Pond, #36329832|
I have contacted the person who put up Mr. Pond's original site more than once, but he or she does not respond. I apologize for copying the obit info you posted. I realize I should have gotten permission from you prior to doing so. -- judi
|Judi McGarvey||Henry A. Pond, #36329832|
I recently requested a photo of Henry Pond's grave marker at Willamette National Cemetery, but the volunteer was unable to locate a marker or find a listing for him in the National Veterans grave finder.
By chance I found Mr. Pond and his family buried near my grandparents in Rose City Cemetery in Portland. I've posted a new memorial page for him -- #152931778. I hope you don't mind, but I copied the obituary you posted on the old memorial page and I thought you might like to post your picture of him on the new page as well.
Mr. Pond was my social studies teacher at Grant in 1960-61. He was a fantastic teacher! -- judi mcg
|Eric B Williams||Corletts|
Are you a friend of the Corlett family? I'm the nephew of Donald Corlett and the remained of the Corlett's you have posted. Would you mind transferring management of those?
You should post a Bio of yourself, nice to know where one is researching!
|Karen Sipe||William St M Barnes|
If you look close or click on the picture you will see William's name and the word area.
You are right he did not have a headstone
|Jimmie Yerton||John Beach memorial # 50172298|
On the Find A Grave memorial for John Beach you added a note with a quote from his grave stone, is it possible you either have a photo of this grave stone you can add to his memorial or can get a photo to add. A photo would be greatly appreciated.
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