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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."
* A note from Find a Grave: Tony'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, Find a Grave administrator
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Very cool info on Mr. Avery! I would love to transfer him to you and you can make the add if you wish! Janis
Added by Embalmu2 on Sep 17, 2014 5:31 AM
Thanks so much for the Variety bio of "Pop" Cullins. It inspired me to do a number of updates for his family. I am acquainted with his granddaughter, Jane Cullins Sanderson, and have written an Arcadia Publishing book about Memphis Movie Theatres which mentions the contributions of Chalmers and Ed Cullins. For the record, they booked many well-known African-American entertainers at both the present Orpheum Theatre (in the 1930s) and at the W C Handy Theatre (another partner was Kemmons Wilson, founder of Holiday Inns). The Idlewild Theatre was white; the Savoy and Handy theatres were "colored" but two of the better operated of those theatres all in Memphis. Another partner was Nate Evans, orchestra leader at the Orpheum who worked there with Chalmers many years. Check Chalmers' memorial (or the book) for a couple of interesting tales.
|paulmetzger||Delilah Caler Miller|
Delilah Caler Miller (#69830452) in Angelus Rosedale Cemetery (CA) is my 2nd GreatGrandmother. I would appreciate it very much if you would transfer her page to me.
In addition, the 4 Calers in the same cemetery (and on the same headstone):
Francis Marion Caler # 69830402
Barbara M Caler # 69830408
Nanie L Caler # 69830441
Naomi A Caler # 69830429
are her son, DiL & grandchildren. I would appreciate transfers of them as well.
There was a rumor that she had died in CA, but I did not have any confirmation of that until I saw your listing for her. Thank you very much! Especially for the headstone picture. :)
|Diane Wargo Medina||Rice|
Thank You so much I appreciate your transfer I promise to take good care and I appreciate your kind gesture, what a surprise, thank you
|Darryl P Van Rijn f/k/a D. P. Jansen||Roy Hilliard Snyder|
I have a grave site picture....
I have sent a request for transfer via the edit tab on the memorial.
|Donald Paul Rabner||Ross family|
Hello can you please transfer my Great grandmother and her parents over to me please, Thank You
Myrtle Ross #57418403
Arthur M Ross #57418392
Martha C Ross # 57418478
My ID# 19151416
|Linda Kruse Crandell||Memorial# 101983537|
Elizabeth is my aunt. Would you please transfer so I can add her family. Thank you so much.
|Romper90069||RE: Memorial 127607207|
I will check it out next week. Have not been there in several months. Spending the majority of my time at FL Glendale. James
|Ann White||Griffin Johnston|
Thank you so much for the picture. I really appreciate you getting it for me.
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