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Leslie Wilco (#46973891)
 member for 9 years, 7 months, 23 days
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Bio Photo Researching Perce, Ramey, Meyer, Petersmeyer, Stillman, Shaw, Bruns, Marold, Conklin, Keesler, Olmstead, Belyea, Gullett, Ferris, Laroe/Laro, Dillon, Oregon, Childers and Ragle, just to name a few!
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Laura L.
RE: Ella Higginson
Dear Leslie,

Thanks so much for your reply. I so appreciate the detailed information about your father and his older brother and their delivering Ella Higginson's newspaper. That is a fantastic story and the dates and details make it even better! On a side note, I am also very envious that you actually walked by Higginson's home before it was torn down.

Thanks again for your reply and for the information. I do appreciate it.

Best,

Laura

Laura Laffrado
Added by Laura L. on Aug 10, 2017 2:58 PM
Laura L.
Ella Higginson
Dear Leslie,

I just saw your comment on the page for the gravestone of Pacific Northwest author Ella Higginson. You say that your father was her paperboy. I am a Professor at Western Washington University who has done quite a bit of research on Higginson. I would be very interested in anything you might be able to tell me about your father's memories of her.

Best,

Laura Laffrado
Added by Laura L. on Jun 12, 2017 1:08 PM
Libby
Frank W Coder
Hi Leslie,

You put 2 pictures on this memorial which I created. There is a perfectly good photo of the headstone. In fact they are the same as the one that I put on there.

Please remove them. If they were a picture of the person or one of their death certificate I wouldn't mind but they are harder to read.

Thank you,
Libby
Added by Libby on Jun 05, 2017 9:28 PM
Rick Longstreth
Thank You!
I just wanted to take a moment and thank you for the photo of Victor Huddle's marker. Your time and effort are very appreciated.

Rick
Added by Rick Longstreth on Nov 04, 2016 2:28 PM
Mr. Jean Coston
RE: Jack Riley Dillon
PlEASE don't opolose. Life is too short.
Thanks,
Jean
Added by Mr. Jean Coston on Aug 30, 2016 8:59 PM
Mr. Jean Coston
Jack Riley Dillon
Leslie
You have submitted two memorials for Jack. Please
keep the one that shows him passing on Dec. 5.
Thank you,
Jean
Added by Mr. Jean Coston on Jun 10, 2016 1:18 AM
Joan Kobernik Hoeft
Jack Dillon
Just wanted to let you know that I put on Jack's head stone per your request and also added his wife. Did you realized that you also put him on twice?
Added by Joan Kobernik Hoeft on Oct 28, 2014 5:10 PM
Jason Cerny
Charles Oregon
Charles was originally interred in the Old Casper Cemetery, which no longer exhists.
There is no marker remaining for him, such is the fate of most of the graves moved from the old cemetery.
Will post a picture of his grave plot as shown in the old books with a existing stone in background as a reference point. In the photo you may be able to make out a slight depression in the grass where he is suposed to be. The white stone in picture is facing west, Mr Oregon's plot is one grave west, and two south.
Jason
Added by Jason Cerny on Aug 20, 2014 3:10 PM
Cemetery Walker
Charles Oregon
Would you like his obituary as well?
Added by Cemetery Walker on Aug 08, 2014 12:13 PM
Joanne
Woodlawn Orcas Island WA
We looked at another Bull infant and this is the reply I received from the lady in charge of the names.
We do not know if the infant is under plot 62, sometimes only the marker is there for identification especially since it was in 1917.
As you mentioned, it was nearly 100 years ago. A wooden marker might have been made at the time. This was at least the third child Alfred and Norah lost. It is possible all were buried in grave #D. Until graves are open for a new burial in Lot 62, no one will know if Baby Boy d 1907 and Baby Girl d 1910 are there. Grave #H is Norah's. A, B, C, E, F, and G appear to be owned by Bull but so far unused.
It is just a very small cement marker, no names on it, dates, etc
Joanne Johnston
Olga, WA
Added by Joanne on Jun 29, 2014 12:51 PM
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