|Bernard Johnson (#575)|
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Resident of Southern California. Native of San Francisco Bay Area. Enjoy searching for notable gravesites and those of interest to me.|
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|david ford||RE: chris kyle|
you're welcome I'm in this group on Facebook called graves of the rich and famous somebody had posted a picture of his gravesite what kind of bothers me about the whole thing is how findagrave lets people at the pictures to his memorial whenever he does get one I wonder if they will take the old ones down
|david ford||chris kyle|
there is not a new marker for Chris Kyle but if you look at the memorial some people have added more pictures
I agree with that statement!!!
Also got his wife Matie and son Jack who were next to him. Added the memorials already.
Hope you have a great weekend!!
Added by Michelle on Jan 23, 2015 10:02 PM
|alfred janske||Undertakers at St. Mary's Cemetery, Oakland, CA|
Let's see; first, there is James McManus, he is in an above ground vault, section W. Now he may have had help from other family members, but that will require more research.
Beaudry, Louis Napoleon was an undertaker too. He has no marker or stone but has a large plot in section circle B.
He had a partner a Mr. McAvoy, Bernard, I think. He is in section 1.
Peladeau was another of Mr. Beaudry's partners in the undertaking business. This family I've not investigated yet, so I can't say which one is the undertaker. They are with Beaudry in section cirle B.
There is a Brennan who was an undertaker. This is a large family and there are many other Brennan's not related to above mentioned undertaker. This bit of information was given to me by one of Brennan's from Oregon who came originally from California. Part of the family moved away from here.
The Brennan famlies are really mixed up and looking is enough to make your head dizzy. So I have left them alone.
Looking at my scanned advertisments from newspapers by undertakers, a quick count gives me 51, plus or minus, different names over about a hundred year period.
Good Luck on your hunt.
|José L Bernabé Tronchoni||RE: Carl Esmond|
Hi. Thanks for your kind information about Carl Esmond and his wife. I'll updated the memorial. Best regards.
|Lorenzo Brieba||RE: Belle Baruch|
Done.. and thank you for referring to my photos as 'wonderful'.
|alfred janske||RE: Undertakers|
Hi. While looking for a ton of people, I make copies of the advertisments in the newspapers. There are quite a few undertakers in the Oakland area; more than 50 over a 150 year period. Many of them were also the Coroner for Alameda County too.
There are at least 5 undertakers in St. Mary's Cemetery in Oakland. There may be one more but that will be looked at after my pre-1849's search.
As a group, in St. Mary's cemetery in Oakland, they are not really big show offs with big above ground vaults and such. They do seem to have large plots with many family members.
And as I'm look for people I am pulling and transcribing articules about the Undertakers too. Interesting stuff.
Is there someone you are looking for?
|C. Bryan||RE: Paul Kerr|
Yes, well, it is - or was, for him too. Not many know about Ceese; quite a guy. Same last name, but we're not related.
And, anyway, he built Old Sunnyside Mausoleum (now undergoing renovation on the Tower) and not anything at Cypress. Had some adjustments to make on the photos since the shade is so deep there. Nice area, sort of in the middle of that huge property; quiet but for the mowers and such. You're very welcome for all.
Added by C. Bryan on Jan 14, 2015 5:33 PM
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|Lisa Burks||RE: Bernadine Donohue|
Thank you for your follow up to the correction you submitted on Dec. 23. I was not on Findagrave over the holidays but have processed all requests this evening. Thank you.
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