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As I'm sending a number of you changes* for your pages, additions, etc., please know that I do thank you even if I don't send each of you a thank you - THANKS to you all. (*The changes I'm finding are in the "Variety Obituaries" series of books.)
Author of "The Stars of Hollywood Forever," "The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006" and most recently "The Stars of Hollywood Forever - A Who's Who of Hollywood's Final Resting Place" and "The Stars of Hollywood Forever Revisited."
* A note from Find a Grave: Tony's book is highly recommended. Wonderfully detailed and accurate. I've been using it for years...and it's been updated by the author regularly!
-AJ Marik, Find a Grave administrator
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|Lou (Davis) Dedinsky||Henry Somes Jackson|
Thank you so much for posting the photo!
I especially appreciate you taking and posting Milton Dale's photograph for me. As I looked at it, I felt a pain in my heart.
I was only 18 years old (I'm now 59), fresh out of high school, when I met this guy at my very first job in Santa Monica, CA. I can still visualize Milton perfectly - tall, slim, always a smiling face, just an easy going pleasant, likable guy. Back at that time, in 1974, there was no such thing as the "helmet law" when riding a motorcycle. Apparently Milton crashed while riding his motorcycle not far from work. He was thrown from the bike into a concrete curb, head first. He was taken to the hospital, but passed away within 24 hours. I'll never forget the morning my boss called all employees to the office to announce the bad news. It was a very sad time. I can't help but wonder why I am still here, but he's not. I know that question cannot be answered - it's just a thought.
Anyway, I just wanted to share my thoughts and thank you very much again.
Added by Eliza on Sep 30, 2014 1:34 AM
|Jan Fenter||Leonard & Edna Ponsness headstones|
Thank you very much for the headstone photos of Leonard and Edna Ponsness. This is really appreciated. Leonard is a relative of a very good friend of mine.
|Cathy Miller Giddeon||RE: Edwin P Conley # 85861241|
Thank you! you are very kind :o)
|Cathy Miller Giddeon||Edwin P Conley # 85861241|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to find and take a picture of Edwin Conley's grave marker..With your permission I would like to add this photo in Ancestry.com with your name attached to it..if not..I understand..Thank you, Cathy
|Carol Lallow||Dorothy M. Lallow Rush|
Thanks so much for the photo of Dorothy's marker. Your volunteer efforts are much appreciated.
|Diane L. Webb||Marion C. Barnes|
Thank you for transferring so fast Marion C. Barnes
to me. His wife Clara Ella Webb Barnes died in 1928
in San Bernardino, CA. and have requested an obituary on her at the Library to attach to him.
Hopefully, after looking at Census's in Missouri and California I will get a little more information.
Diane L. Webb
|Judy Froehlich||Alice Kashner Peyton|
THANK YOU so very much for your kind transfer of this memorial to my care.
With my sincere appreciation,
Hey Tony, is this an actor that you are aware of?
|Justaheinz||Delmer Jones Cook|
Delmer Jones Cook is my uncle. Would you please transfer his memorial over to me. His memorial number is 71211267. My Find A Grave reference number is #48505582.
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