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Barbara Stinger was unable to find Kaufmann Keller in the records that she looked at. (However it seemed that she really didn't know where to look.) She promised to call back if she found anything. She said that they were trying to get the records in better shape. If you want to pursue it with her, give her a call at 503-645-1 five nine six.
I finally did make contact with the cemetery records keeper. This old pioneer cemetery has rather poor records about who is buried where. (They have good records about who owns what plot.) The Keller family was large and owns/owned a set of graves. It is unclear if Kaufmann Keller is buried there.
I did notice 2 Kaufman graves immediately next to the Keller site. Is by chance Kaufman the last name? If I get any more info from Barbara Stinger, the records person, I'll let you know.
|Phyllis Hock-Mudd||Patrick Coughlin|
Was wanting to add a Michigan Fallen Heroes Memorial picture of the Monument but there are to many gravestone photo! Could you remove one so I can add it!
|Gwendolyn cresswell||Albert L Mueller|
Dave, I was wondering if Albert's father was Frank (Franz) Mueller thanks, Gwen Mueller Cresswell
|Lanie||Charles C Jenks #64538792|
Just wanted to let you know about a calculated relationship problem. Charles Carlton Jenks #64538792 is buried at Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, as is distant relative Cyrus Jenks #81035555 where the find a grave listing has them as a calculated father and son.
Charles Carlton Jenks (1854-1923)is actually the son of Bela Whipple Jenks #37049089 of Saint Clair Michigan. Bela's obituary in 1897, posted on his find a grave listing, mentions his son Charles C of Detroit.
Cyrus Jenks' son is Charles Carroll Jenks (1824-1887) who is buried at Oak Wood Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois, but I have not been able to find any find a grave listing.
Hope it helps.
Thanks for all your thoughtful work!
Added by Lanie on Mar 21, 2014 6:43 AM
Thank you very much for transferring Rebecca Mills Garrison, my 2nd great grandmother's memorial to me.
I have been to Monument Garden at Sparkman HIllcrest on four different occasions looking for Vivian Shelby's marker. On one of those trips I had a Family Service Counselor for Sparkman Hillcrest and a grounds keeper for Sparkman Hillcrest with me. We could not find a marker for Vivian Shelby.
As I mentioned earlier, there was possibly a disagreement between Vivian and her children about where to bury her. If she is indeed buried at Sparkman Hillcrest, then she has no marker and her temporary marker has disappeared.
I'm sorry I could not find her marker for you. I will leave it up to you to remove the request.
Hi David! I am having trouble finding Vivian Shelby. I was told she was buried in Monument Garden but after having been there three separate times and not finding a marker, I'm beginning to think there might not be one.
I have a friend who works at the cemetery and he says he remembers something about a disagreement between Vivian and the children. My claim to getting the picture is going to expire but I will continue to see what I can find out.
|The Shadow||A smallish favor?|
You added a memorial for John G Boyd who is resting at Elmwood Cemetery in Plot: Section O. His Find A Grave Memorial# is 68118261
His wife is a cousin of mine and I was hoping (if she's buried next to him... I can't find any record of her re-marrying.) you had or could snap/upload a pic of her stone.
Her name is Electa Boyd (nee Aylsworth) and she lived 1874 – 1970.
|WMVAN||GEERS @ Woodlawn|
THANKS, David, for your kind, generous transfers, Bill
Added by WMVAN on Nov 21, 2013 12:19 AM
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