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Bernard Johnson (#575)
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Bio Photo 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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Morton Howard
Thank you very much for your time, effort, and photo of Mort Howard's grave site. Best, Tom
Added by Thomas on Nov 25, 2015 5:05 PM
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Ricardo Galvez
Thanks for letting me know the location of Ricardo's grave. I really appreciate it.
Added by Cemetery Walker on Nov 24, 2015 6:03 PM
john haines
RE: Norman Benito
Hello Bernard,
I have seen the memorial and have asked Brian to modify his picture display. A new member he probably doesn't realize how more than one portrait can displace the monument picture to Page 2. After at least one deletion I will try to shuffle pictures.

I generally do not post recent death obituaries for privacy concerns. Some of the people included may have had no say in being so named/connected. And, like this one, they can run all the way to the floor. But since you asked I will add a version of it.

Added by john haines on Nov 23, 2015 4:56 PM
Wesley W. Brown
Odell Thomson
I knew Odell and his family. They own the T O
ranch here at Raton, New Mexico. I work on the
ranch. Odell and I had a good time working
Added by Wesley W. Brown on Nov 22, 2015 8:26 AM
RE: Fr. Gonzales
His death took us all by surprise. He said Mass as usual one day, and was gone the next. Thanks for adding his photo.
Added by cstreip on Nov 21, 2015 8:41 PM
David McInturff
RE: Haskins/Oddstad
You're welcome. That's the first time I've seen anything other than Medal of Honor on the reverse, and I've photographed more than 6000 graves in six years at ANC. There was a time when side-by-side burials were allowed, but not any more. I have no more answers.
Added by David McInturff on Nov 21, 2015 6:58 AM
RE: Bertha MacNevin
Thank you so much for the new photos. It appears she was buried with her first husband. I always wondered where he was buried. She was married to her first husband and when he died she married his brother. I have seen several instances of the inconsistencies with the MacNevin/McNevin name. It looks like one brother spelled it one way and the other spelled it the other! maybe the one that was a doctor wanted it to be easier to spell! Thanks again for all of your great work!!
Added by Nancy on Nov 18, 2015 10:12 PM
Justin & Elizabeth LaVasse
RE: Holy Cross
I sent you the map we made. =] Nuttmans are in D2 - 10B. DiGiovanni/Petrosillo graves are in D2 - 25/26. Should give you a good idea of where everything is.
Added by Justin & Elizabeth LaVass... on Nov 18, 2015 8:00 PM
Justin & Elizabeth LaVasse
RE: Henry Nuttman
Hi Bernard,

No objection to being the connection the the East Contra Costa County. I live just down the street from Holy Cross and visit other cemeteries in the area often.
I'll check out the cemetery in Colma. The old side of Holy Cross reminds me of the cemeteries where I'm from in Southern Italy. I took a special interest in this cemetery for that reason.
The DiGiovanni grave site is definitely a lot prettier and more elaborate than the Nuttman site. The Nuttman's are buried right behind a crypt and a tree, so they're barely visible unless you're looking at every single name. They are located in D2 (Dormitory 2) on the right side. We decided that we were going to make a map of this cemetery for the office to keep. The office seems confused as to which section is what on the old side. I'll be dropping off the map to them tomorrow so that they can use it to help other families looking for their loved ones.
Anyway, about the spot where the round-a-bout is (with the cross), there's a big Davi family crypt. They are in that area (10a & 10b), right in front of the shortest tree in the cemetery.

Added by Justin & Elizabeth LaVass... on Nov 18, 2015 7:22 PM
RE: Schambach
I have added the photo as you requested.
Added by LoveTexas on Nov 09, 2015 6:43 AM
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