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TLS (#372)
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Bio Photo NOTE: I am happy to transfer memorials to family members and/or friends so don't hesitate to ask!

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." Check the latest version out on "lulu.com"

* A note from Find a Grave: Tony Scott'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, Senior Curator of Archives, Find a Grave.
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Jean Wilson
Joseph s. Connolly
I was reviewing the find a grave report on this gentleman, and noticed there were 2 reports on the same man. The other, # 120359294 was made by "B" on 11/15/2013. That contributor has since given all "his" reports to findagrave to manage. That report has the grave photo and info yours could use to complete. Perhaps you can merge them and manage or vice versa. Maybe you can conact find a grave and decide how you want to do it, so there's only one. Yours has the occupation, which is nice. We are trying to get a new list of who's buried in St. Ambrose since it is so incomplete. So we are also trying to cleanup or add to find a grave reports since both of us are contributors. Thank you for your attention to this matter. Jean
Added by Jean Wilson on Sep 26, 2016 10:18 AM
Jim Davis
Esther Dix
I found her marker but she's Mae on her stone. The dates matched and it was the right location. I'll be posting her photos and also Arch Selwyn (and wife) later.
Added by Jim Davis on Sep 11, 2016 8:56 PM
deanna french
L.A. Civil War Veterans
May I use the grave marker photo's that you have contributed to a few of our "Old soldiers" that have roots/ties to Vermont, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)

The names I have are John Hackett, Orville Bell, and Washington Barrett. There may be others I haven't discovered yet.
I am working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our C.W. patriots.

You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.

Deanna French
Added by deanna french on Sep 11, 2016 3:39 PM
Virginia Young
Lydia A. Lukhart 36070432
Hi, TLS! Would you please transfer Lydia A. Lukhart to me? She is my husband's great-grandmother. I have much to add to her site.
Thank you very much! Virginia Hudson Young
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Added by Virginia Young on Sep 03, 2016 9:52 AM
Jim Davis
RE: The Batty's
I was searching for a marker in Section 6 on Saturday. It was bizarre - there were markers that looked like the ground was swallowing them, they were tilted as if a giant had stepped on one side of them - I'd never seen it that bad before. I've been encouraging folks to ask for a probe before they make plans to have the grave marked. When I see your name or Seidelman's or James's(Romper) I know that at one point there was a marker there. Sheesh! (Hope this finds you well!) Jim
Added by Jim Davis on Aug 29, 2016 10:13 AM
Jim Davis
RE: The Batty's
Who knew that when I accepted two photo requests I'd end up creating 3 new memorials and adding (thank you!) photos to 7 Batteys. Of course now we know that the original 3 have disappeared under the grass because how else could you have created their memorials? I've already suggested that the requesters ask for a probe but I'm done with the project - whew!
Added by Jim Davis on Aug 26, 2016 8:36 AM
Bunny
RE: Reginald Owen
Huh, that's weird but thanks for trying anyway!!!. Have a great day!
Added by Bunny on Aug 06, 2016 9:15 AM
Bunny
RE: Reginald Owen
Oh, ok. That's to bad though because really, Owen's playing "Scrooge" was his most famous role. Thanks for looking into it.
Added by Bunny on Aug 06, 2016 4:22 AM
Bunny
Reginald Owen
Owen is perhaps best known today for his performance as Ebenezer Scrooge in the 1938 film version of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, a role he inherited from Lionel Barrymore, who had played the part of Scrooge on the radio every Christmas for years until Barrymore broke his hip in an accident. That should be included in his bio. Thanks
Added by Bunny on Aug 05, 2016 6:28 PM
Jim Davis
RE: William Cullen
No,not a big deal,when you're done finding movie stars and creating memorials,let me know and I'll create memorials for the others. Of course at the moment the Columbarium is hot without any fresh air so when it gets cooler I'll start on it. Jim
Added by Jim Davis on Jul 28, 2016 9:24 AM
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