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|Doni Wright (#47024310)|
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I love doing genealogy. I believe in gathering sources -they prove everything, and lead you to new adventures.|
You are welcome to use my photos in your family genealogies or post them on Ancestry.
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|Laurel||RE: Grace Lybarger Bardsley 52659631|
I couldn't find an obituary but I posted the funeral notice. My supposition about location of death is only because of it. It gives her name, then says Carson, Wn. Perhaps one of her children was there and she was living with them. Without more research it's hard to say. I didn't find any Oregon death record, and I tried on Washington Digital Archives, but they do not show any records for exactly the period needed to confirm:
Department of Health, Death Index, 1907-1960; 1965-2014.
So without contacting Washington State and/or Skamania County it's a best guess scenario based on the funeral notice.
Added by Laurel on Oct 16, 2017 1:30 PM
|Betsy||RE: 150155684 Jessie Polk|
You are welcome.
Added by Betsy on Sep 28, 2017 8:36 PM
|Mark McCrady||RE: Mary & William Lyster|
I could'nt tell you exactly where in the cemetery they are. Mount Pleasant has an office and perhaps they could tell you the plot and section they are in. Sorry I could not get a photo for you.
|Lynn Williams||Corrine James|
I and truly puzzled to see that there is a memorial for Corrine James showing her burial in a different cemetery. As you can see, there is actually a headstone for her in the Delta Cemetery, and the cemetery records indicate that her ashes are buried in the lot where the headstone is.
So actually, my memorial is not a duplicate of the other since they are for two different cemeteries. I feel that the correct thing to do is to leave my memorial in place because the headstone is clearly there.
Perhaps you can contact the person who created the other memorial and see if they can shed some light on the situation.
|Kim Schilling||Re: Minnie Lyster|
Sadly, Minnie's grave still has no marker. I did place a basket of flowers on her grave & took a photo of same. If you find this inappropriate; I will gladly remove it for you.
|Scout||RE: Emma Girndt #107044556|
I know what you are saying about name changes when they came here, however I think the name should go by the records and names that were used. I usually do not add the death cert, but in this case it matches the Michigan death record so feel the names should be listed the same since it was the cemetery transcription, the Michigan death record, and the death cert. with all 3 records listing the same. TY for your time and input.
Added by Scout on Sep 08, 2017 11:42 AM
I think you have the wrong Emma Girdnt. I have added the death record to this Emma which shows her parents. Maiden name Olson.
Added by Scout on Aug 31, 2017 6:28 PM
|Wild Irish Sea Witch||Thomas and Mary Titus|
I wanted to leave you a message regarding the very old photo requests (2013) for Thomas and Mary Titus in Vinton, IA....the only burial in the record books for Evergreen Cemetery (which I have access to) lists an Elizabeth Titus and no others.
I did get the location for her grave and will check it out, but it is in the very oldest part of Evergreen where there are many unmarked graves and worn/broken stones. I will do my best to see if this person has any connection. I don't hold out much hope that there will be actual stones for those photo requests since there was no entry in the books for them.
|Richard Juhl||Edward Elmer Heacock and Ida Hamman Heacock|
Their permanent location is Crown Hill Cemetery, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado, Block 51 [suburban Denver]. I was surprised to see that you had requested photos, not knowing their burial location. Anyway thanks for the 2 credits. Please note that your death date for Ida differs from that on her marker....Richard
I'm not John but You are very welcome.
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