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Managing the Green Hills Memorial Park memorials created by Warren Weimer (#46903249) Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. Thanks to Warren for creating these tens of thousands of memorials.
Thanks to Jim Tipton
for creating Find A Grave. Thanks to the photographers and to all of you contributors for your service.
Correction Requests: I will gladly make any additions or changes to a memorial if you can provide the evidence to prove your corrections. Thanks! (I will attempt to find evidence if not provided.) Find A Grave memorials are works in progress. I am excited to receive and post new information to honor the memory of a soul who has passed.
If I have not responded to your request within several weeks, please contact me again as it may have "fallen through the cracks."
Transfers: "In fairness to those who may have closer ties to a memorial, please read the Transfer Guidelines prior to requesting a transfer." (B.J.) Transfer Guidelines: Transfer requests will be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
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|Skip Colcord||Greer, Loomis & Fischer Memorials|
Thank you so much for all the research you posted on these memorials. I sincerely appreciate everything you did.
151395027 at Hines Cemetery. Thank you so very much for adding his page. I have looked for his grave for several years! Again, thanks, Helen
Added by Helen on Aug 31, 2015 4:11 PM
|Phil Penny||Declined link for 72204169 Hurshel Martin|
Sorry about that. Clerical error on my part. Glad you caught it.
|Tina Chase 14701||RE: Velma Scharn 72142771|
Thats okay. I don't mind if you want to keep her middle name the way it is. The way I spelled it was how it was listed on her birth certificate.
|B.J. Waters||RE: Green Hills Memorial Park|
Hi Susan. The photos have been added to the Carr memorials. If you need anything else, just let me know.
|Theresa McKeon Griffin||Susan, thank you!!!|
For the transfer of Dale's dad.
|Theresa McKeon Griffin||OOPS! Doing two things at once - Susan, not Shirley|
|Theresa McKeon Griffin||Transfer Request #71403023|
Would you please consider transferring my husband, Dale's father to me? I've been working on this family since 1997 and we just got back from Wisconsin and Texas where we were able to locate Paul's grand and great grandparents. I'd like to add them and clean up the details on the site a bit.
Thank you so much for your kind consideration.
|Shirley||RE: Suggested edit of marriage|
I think I must have picked up the wrong Memorial number for this one, have included his obit which shows he was married to Elizabeth Gray.
Unknown newspaper - February, 1948
Funeral services for the late Marion Pierce Terhune, 84-year-old former resident of Glasgow, were conducted in the Danner Funeral Home at Winchester Thursday afternoon, Feb. 19th, at 2 o’clock, with Rev. F. V. Wright, pastor of the Winchester Baptist church, officiating. Music was furnished by Misses Delores and Opal Modlin.
Interment was made in the Glasgow cemetery, with the casket bearers being Harley Hanback, Max Smith, Chas. Evans, Harold Day, Eugene Nicholson and Estele Cowper.
The deceased was born June 5th, 1863, near Harrodsburg, Ky., the youngest son of Stephen and Elizabeth Terhune. His early life was spent in his native state until after the death of his father. It was then the mother and the children moved to Illinois, settling near Waverly. Soon after moving to Illinois, he was united in marriage to Miss Elizabeth Gray of Waverly, who passed away a short time after their marriage, after which he made his home among relatives in the Glasgow and Winchester communities for several years.
For the past 21 years, he has been a patient in the Illinois State hospital in Jacksonville, where he was summoned to his Eternal Home at 11:45 o’clock on the morning of Feb. 17th., 1948.
He was a member of the Glasgow Baptist church, and the last surviving member of a family of five children, including three brothers, Joseph, John S., and James, one sister, Mrs. Paralee Johnson, and one half-brother, Charles Claunch. He is survived by two nieces, Mrs. Nellie Mudd and Mrs. Frances Jackson, and two nephews, Charles Terhune and Warren Terhune.
Added by Shirley on Aug 21, 2015 8:38 AM
|B.J. Waters||RE: Green Hills Memorial Park|
Thank you, Susan, will do!
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