|Mark and Glorene Stevens (#47184907)|
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Mark was Born and Raised in Oregon. He has deep roots starting from the early 1600's in CT, then moving gradually West to NY, MI, OH, OR and WA. He has quite a bit of information on Columbia County Oregon|
Glorene (Simpson) Stevens is a California girl and Marks High School Sweetheart and her roots also start in the early 1600's and run deep in VA, WV, AR, GA, SC, NY, NJ, IL, OH, ID, CA and OR
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Gerald King, was a cousin to my grandfather, Charles King. I don't have very much info on them after they left WV for Oregon. Maybe we can help each other.
|Barbara Bergmann Westgarth||RE: Robert Eugene Thomas "Bob"|
Hi Mark, I wanted to let you know I made some corrections on this memorial. This is my Uncle Bob, and I corrected his parents information, he is the son of
Robert L. and E. Ethelyn Thomas, who are buried at Columbia Memorial Gardens too.
|Susan Fudge-Will||RE: 43263343|
I wish I knew how to copy a screenshot into this, but I don't!!
Anyway, I am looking at Merle L Copley's marriage cert to Pauline Buloh (June 20, 1931) on ancestry and it clearly has Sutherland as his mother's maiden name. If you could look at it one more time, I sure would appreciate it.
|Martin Burrell||William Wilson FAG 51655754|
William Wilson Find A Grave 51655754
William McC Wilson Find A Grave 41383156. Are you sure that this monument is not apart of another grave site that already has a monument. This looks like a Civil War Grave marker. Could it be a second for William M. Wilson? As he is the right age.
By the way William has a duplicate Find A Grave memorial. Can you try and get this fixed as it is illegal to have two. The older one can stay. The other needs to fold into it 'and' be removed!!!
|Mary Wood||Mary Ann Turnidge Kelsoe|
Are you in anyway related to Mary Ann, She is my great Grandmother.
|Linda Jenkins Werts||Buchtel in Lone Fir|
I've posted photos of the Buchtel burials in Block 4 Lot 62. Ethelyn and Mary d. 1891 are in unmarked graves. Graves 2S and 1S are also unmarked. I used my 14" awl to probe the lot close to each curb border. There are no sunken or turfed over markers for the four unmarked graves.
|Linda Jenkins Werts||RE: Mary Buchtel|
She is mentioned in Horatio Skinner's obit, and he died in 1914. Samuel's obit mentions that he is buried with his wife and daughter (1901)
|Linda Jenkins Werts||Mary Buchtel|
There is a Mary Buchtel buried two graves away from Samuel in Lone Fir. She died in 1891, so is probably not the Mary on the 1900 census. Unless the burial record is in error, not uncommon in Lone Fir.
|Ann-Mary Engum||Berentine "Tina" Johannesen Fredricksen|
Berentine "Tina" Johannesen Fredricksen
Find A Grave Memorial# 51535127
I hope you will read this,and that you will change the maiden name "Johannesen" you have registrated her with on "Find a grave"!
In U.S.A she was known as Tina Fredricksen.
Tina Fredricksen's maiden name was NOT Johannesen,and she never used that name!
She was a "Petersdatter".Her father was Peter Andreas Johannesen.
In Norway she was written written with the name Petersdatter (means Peter's daugther),which is the correct name!
Her original name was Berentine Petersdatter.
When she married Peter Fredricksen in Oregon she was written as " Berntine Petersen".(should be Petersdatter)
Berentine born 21 juni 1875,baptisted 12 sept 1875.
SAT, Ministerialprotokoller, klokkerbøker og fødselsregistre - Nord-Trøndelag, 749/L0486: Ministerialbok nr. 749D02, 1873-1887, s. 13
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Emigranter over Trondheim 1867-1930
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Fornavn: Berntine Etternavn: Peters.
Kjønn: k Fødselsdato:
Fødselsår: 1875 Alder:
Fødested: Bosted: Bjugn
Stilling/stand: ug Tj. Pige Familiestilling:
Reisemål: Portland Oregon Ankomstdato:
Skip: via Xania Linje: Skandinav
Nytt yrke: Har billett?: Bill. bet. i Amerika
Har pass?: Reiser med familie?:
Merknader: Ekspedert dato: 25.04.1904
Tar med penger: Billett betalt?:
Ny gruppe: 1 Herred:
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Id: og00000000157191 Løpenummer: 1555
Protokollreferanse: Side: 313
År: 1904 Prestegjeld:
Emigranter over Trondheim 1867-1930
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Sist publisert: 2016-02-01
Oregon Historical Records Index Detail Information
Name Fredrickson, Peter & Petersen, Berntine
Record Type Marriage
County Multnomah Source Health Identifier State Registrar
When she married Richard Olsen(my grandfather) she used the name Tina Fredricksen.
Oregon, Marriages, 1853-1935 Tina Fredericksen
Oregon, Marriages, 1853-1935 birth: 1878 marriage: 06 Jan 1917 St. Helens, Columbia, Oregon
United States Social Security Death Index
birth: 21 June 1875
death: May 1968 Scappoose, Columbia, Oregon
Please read this!:
Those Norwegian names, tips for the "online" researcher
This article focuses on the Norwegian naming traditions, and what problems or advantages they can bring to the online researcher. Did you meet the brick wall while researching your Norwegian ancestors online? This article might give some new clues.
Given name - First name - Christian name
Surname - farm name - family name
The old traditions of naming
Those Norwegian letters - æ, ø, and å
Histform and those funny signs * @ !! ??
Understanding Norwegian Naming Patterns
|C. Miller||Donna Jean miller|
Can you please add Davenny as Donna's maiden name and link her to yance 37506211 please?
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