|Louis M.||RE: Lemmy|
Thanks for the info on Barris. I certainly know where to look now, as well as for Natalie. I had not seen the YouTube posting until you mentioned it - very interesting...
I was at FLG last week looking for an architect who may or may not be in the Great Mausoleum. I'm most proud of my 'photo requests fulfilled' which has been rewarding and sometimes fun. The majority of them are from Rose Hills in Whittier where I live. I'm closing in on 5000, but this time of year isn't ideal for shooting pictures in bad sunlight, so it'll be a while before I hit the hills again.
I founded a group of cemetery aficionados in 2010 and we go out 'graving' each and every month. We haven't missed a single month yet! If you'd be interested in joining us on an outing, that would be a nice way to meet a fellow taphophile. On the 24th we're going to hit San Gabriel Cemetery and after lunch, the mission.
I hope you take me up on it.
Added by Louis M. on Jan 15, 2016 11:39 AM
|Louis M.||RE: Lemmy|
Also, I was glad to see you posted a picture of Vincent Bugliosi's headstone as well. I really appreciate the establishing shot - it made it easy for me to find him when I was there this past Sunday. Which Garden of Honor is George Barris in? The Pickford garden or the Sammy Davis garden? Do you have any idea where they planted Natalie Cole? The media stated she would be buried next to her parents, which we know isn't accurate. The earth beside her brother's grave wasn't turned on Sunday, but then again, her funeral was Monday. Thanks for the compliment on the bios. i sure hope to meet you one day.
Added by Louis M. on Jan 13, 2016 11:45 AM
Nice photos of Lemmy's crypt!
Added by Louis M. on Jan 12, 2016 4:18 PM
|Gary Theroux||Elsie Baker|
Contralto Elsie Baker scored 26 hits on the Victor label (some under the name "Edna Brown" and some as half of duets) between 1912 and 1922. Her two #1 recordings were "I Love You Truly" in 1912 and "Hush-a-bye Ma Baby (The Missouri Waltz)" in 1917. Among the others: "Silent Night, Hallowed Night" (1912), "Daddy Has A Sweetheart and Mother Is Her Name" (1912), "The Trail of The Lonesome Pine" (1913; a song later revived by Laurel & Hardy!), "Home Sweet Home" (1915), "Simple Melody" (1916; a song later revived by Bing & Gary Crosby) and "Where The Lazy Mississippi Flows" (1921).
Added by Gary Theroux on Dec 25, 2015 7:21 PM
Added by Romper90069 on Dec 01, 2015 10:17 AM
|Tina R.||Ivy Lawn/St. Francis Dam Mass Grave|
On behalf of ILMP, I am requesting a correction to the St. Francis Dam Memorial page which states our cemetery has an unmarked mass grave for the victims of the St. Francis Dam disaster. I've done extensive research and spoke with several past members of our board and there seems to be no record of a mass grave. We do have interments for the victims in our cemetery but not in one single location.
Family Service Counselor
Added by Tina R. on Aug 30, 2015 9:16 PM
|Farrar and related families||The Farrar family thanks you.|
Added by Farrar and related famili... on Apr 15, 2015 3:56 PM
|jeannette rook||Robert King Bow|
I have been overhauling the Bacon Family Genealogy Book
I have also been working Clara Bow's family as well
I came across the amazing Picture of Her dad, her husband and son.
Added by jeannette rook on Nov 10, 2014 8:21 AM
|Joan Frahm Allen||Richard Lane|
Hi. I just got an e-mail from Stevan Rich that the pictures I posted of Richard Lane's marker in the Pacific View Memorial Park in Newport Beach, California, are of a wrong Richard Lane.
When the office at a the cemetery gave me his location, I went and took the pictures and didn't pay enough attention to the dates on the headstone.
The Richard Lane in the cemetery here doesn't match the birth and death dates of the Richard Lane memorial page in findagrave. So I will delete the pictures I took and check again with the cemetery to see if they have another Richard Lane.
Sorry about my mess-up. I'll let you know if I find the correct headstone or whether he's just not buried here after all. I'll let you know what I find.
Added by Joan Frahm Allen on Sep 28, 2014 3:06 PM
|KinSearchin||Find A Grave Memorial# 123848309|
Can you please transfer this memorial to me? It is my Aunt. I can transfer it to my cousin if she decides she wants to be involved in Findagrave later. I sent you edits to link her with her parents. I do not know why you have not accepted the edits. I see you added her whole name now though. Thank you for that.
Added by KinSearchin on Sep 22, 2014 6:20 PM
Hi hon! Yes, I am absolutely certain that the Columbarium of the Dawn is on the Holly Terrace. Now unless FLG snuck in a new terrace, the GM Terraces consist of Azalea, Begonia, Coleus, Dahlia, Memorial, Evergreen, Fuchsia, Gardenia, Holly, Iris and Jasmine. Just by way of interest, someone on Pinterest made a comment regarding the Holly Terrace:
The photograph on Findagrave of Frances Brose's area contains the family niche of Ed Wynn (the large gold marker) and this is located on the Holly Terrace. Honest. I swear. :) Gravely~Melissa
Added by Melissa on Sep 07, 2014 9:53 PM
|Bernard Johnson||Alphonzo Bell|
I have a beautiful photo of Alphonzo Bell to add here. The one on the memorial is really bad. There is a block on adding photos. Is there any way you can correct this. He deserves the much better photo. Thanks.
Added by Bernard Johnson on Aug 22, 2014 2:33 PM
|Betty Allaire||Charles/ Chester Bachman|
While fulfilling your photo request. I notice that laid to rest next to Chester is the grave of hertha H Bachman.
Is she the wife?
PS would you like me transfer management of her memorial over to you?
Glad to be of help,
Added by Betty Allaire on Aug 05, 2014 2:52 PM
|Zack Lofton||Chester/Charles Bachman|
Hi! Awesome info on Chester as an actor! I'm curious where "Charles" came from. He's seen as Chester on every single record I've found on him. His birth record, military, census, the CA death index, and the SSDI. I sent you some edits to change his name to Chester Arthur Bachman, with Charles as a nickname. Perhaps he used Charles, but I've seen it nowhere. Also, I sent links to his parents so he can be linked with his siblings as well. Thank you very much!
Added by Zack Lofton on Aug 04, 2014 2:20 PM
|KinSearchin||Susan Adele Lescoe|
Find A Grave Memorial# 123848309
I sent you edits, and an email about my Aunt's Memorial. It includes her maiden name, place of birth, links to parents etc... I also requested a transfer of her Memorial to me. Could you please look into it?!
Thank You, Kathy
Added by KinSearchin on Jul 18, 2014 9:56 AM
Dear friend, I sure would appreciation approving the edits I've submitted for DiGiorgio and Cole. THANKS! Sorry to be a pest.
Added by Bernard Johnson on Jun 19, 2014 2:14 PM
|Katie Leonard||Nigel Peddie|
Thank you so much for the transfer!!
Added by Katie Leonard on Dec 23, 2013 2:31 PM
|Louis M.||Paul Crouch|
Thanks for the heads-up on his burial location. I have seen it myself, but it slipped my mind.
Added by Louis M. on Dec 01, 2013 10:50 AM
|Chelsea||William LeMoyne Wills|
Thanks for the bio! I posted it and gave credit to you.
Added by Chelsea on Oct 28, 2013 4:08 PM
|Janet LaMotte||Art Fowler|
Info added to his memorial. Thank you.
Added by Janet LaMotte on Aug 10, 2013 9:16 AM
|Dennis Joslin||Frank Howard|
Thank you for this fantastic site!!!
Could you let me know if Frank was friends with Buster Millerick? in Sonoma, Calif.?
Added by Dennis Joslin on Jul 03, 2013 3:26 PM
|F Priam||RE: Willis Lee|
Unfortunatley, I only have the Obituary that I added that just mentioned the connection with the other person.
Added by F Priam on May 18, 2013 5:14 PM
|Suzann||RE: Horace White|
Will do! Thanks!
Added by Suzann on May 17, 2013 7:54 PM
|Have Paws will travel !||Reginald Browne|
May I request a management transfer of this mem'l pg to me? I would appreciate
it, and thx in advance.
******* please state your relationship.
R & S
Added by Have Paws will travel ! on May 16, 2013 5:42 AM
|F Priam||Roland V Lee|
Hi, I have an Obituary for Willis Lee, Father of Rowland V Lee, in the same Cemetery. If you create the memorial, I will add the Obituary. It also Lists Rowland, so they can be linked. Thanks!
Added by F Priam on May 14, 2013 12:26 PM