|Blue Rose Of Cairo (#46786099)|
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Long interested in cemeteries & ghost stories, this sight I really love! I love the fact that I can have "forever" obituaries for my loved ones and friends and that I can also assist those who are interested in tracing their family trees! I have a particular interest in Native American genealogy and cemeteries.|
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Ida M Brownlee, Find A Grave #10874494, is buried in Washington Cemetery, Washington County, PA. I added a photo of her marker to her memorial. She is buried next to her husband, Archibald Brownlee.
Added by Joe on Aug 18, 2016 7:31 PM
|kathy ||Arthur McClure Perrine Photos|
Thank you, thank you, thank you for the color tinted photo of Arthur as well as the memorial banner. I just found this yesterday and it truly took my breath away, he is the father of my paternal grandmother and he has been and still is a very interesting person to research. Where did you find the color tint of him ? I would love to have a copy if it is possible.
Blessings on you, may all your work be greatly rewarded.
Added by kathy on Aug 04, 2016 12:03 PM
|Tracy Rush||Galdys Mahar #12718483|
Hello. Gladys's burial location is Oak Grove Cemetery on Windmill Lane in Amagansett. I have a picture of her headstone that I took in 2011; I will send it to you as soon as I find it in my files.
Willard is a cousin.
|ErgoSum||Sorry about that...|
Working on the memorial you asked for,
will -- probably -- transfer in a week or
Added by ErgoSum on Jul 24, 2016 1:07 PM
|ErgoSum||Working on memorial you asked for..|Added by ErgoSum on Jul 24, 2016 1:06 PM
|Rebecca Evans||David Lowell Shaughnessy|
Thank you so much for finding my Uncle David's obituary!
|Greg Wescott||James Garvie father of Velma Sadie (Garvie/Zell/Pond) Hutchison|
Just curious as to how much information you might have in his background history? James would be my great grandfather on my mothers side. I know James' father was Stewart B Garvie and James was married to Winona Keith (Garvie) James also had a brother that was lost (given to a Canadian family when they fled the area. Anyway I'd just like to see if you had anymore information.
|Tearsfallen||Sadly heres what happen.|
# 14904558 & # 14904563 copy/paste links for full story :( http://www.nytimes.com/1987/08/03/us/two-girls-killed-in-van-fire.html & http://articles.latimes.com/1987-08-03/news/mn-530_1_nevada-county & http://articles.latimes.com/1988-12-30/news/mn-900_1_life-term I hope his last 30yrs has been awful for him. RIP Sweet Girls.
|Vikki Godfrey||Help finding my grandmother's grave|
Cecelia Cordelia Stoneman
married to William "Bill" Stoneman buried in Blackhills National Cemetery.
|Stephanie Sanderlin||Mary Timerman Headstone Pic|
Hello Dear Blue Rose of Cairo!
First, thank you so very much for photographing my great-great-grandmother's headstone! Her son, James, my great-grandfather, made his way to Alaska where he married my Yup'ik great-grandmother (the Yup'ik are one of Alaska's indigenous tribes--we live in Southwest Alaska). I grew up and live far, far, far away from Mary Timerman's resting place and may never see it in person (though I intend to try). In the meantime, I would like to ask you if you remember if Mary's headstone had an inscription on the base--the really, really base. In your photo, it looks like there might be lines or sentences there. If you're going to be in the neighborhood of Mary's headstone, would you be willing to take a picture of any inscription at the base of the stone? It would mean so much to me and to my Yup'ik father who is very curious about the non-Alaska side of his family.
In our language, "thank you" is quyana. So, quyana!
My best regards and deep thanks, :)
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