|Leo James (#46924764)|
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Bracelen/Bracelin, Shasteen, Sherman, Montz, Donahue, Moser, Hanlon, Kemmerer, Seiberling, Angleton and Mason. I have been working on my genealogy since 1994, and I'm still working on it.|
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|Joe Skorupa||RE: Ferguson|
You're welcome, I'm glad I could help!
Jorgen Martin (John) Hansen was my grandma's brother. Trying to piece it all together would appreciate any help. Thanks.
Thank you for adding the Tannery family grave photos from Oakwood Cemetery. I really appreciate your doing so!
Added by Lanie on Oct 05, 2014 2:23 PM
|DJ||James and Menefee Little|
Thank you for taking the photos for these two memorials!
Added by DJ on Oct 05, 2014 2:10 PM
|Kevin Finch||RE: Chester Griffith|
Thanks Leo. I live close to Ivy Lawn Memorial Park, in Ventura. I have been on a quest to find the members of the Griffith family that I have in a 1898 photo of the family, taken in Sioux Falls South Dakota. Three of them are buried at Ivy Lawn. Chester's father William Jasper Griffith, and two of Williams sisters, Abbie (Griffith) Powers, and Sallie "Eva" (Griffith) Prentice. Its been fun tracking them all down.
|Kevin Finch||Chester Roosevelt Griffith|
Can I ask you where you got the photo of Chester? His grand parents are my Great great grand parents. I am always looking for photo connections to family. His Aunt Ella is my great grandmother.
|Joel Shore||Margaret Harvard at Mt Hope|
I just put up pictures for her. As you can see, there are also gravestones for Ellen Harvard (1897) and John Harvard (1872) [her parents?]. If you want create memorials for them, I can put up pictures that I took for them too.
|Dennis Peterson||James Westfall Transfer|
Thanks for the transfer of James Westfall (generation 5). His memorial has been updated and links established so his line is now connected back to generation one.
Kindest Regards, Dennis Peterson
for transferring the Grooms entries, Very much appreciated. Do you happen to know what all the dozens of graves are that are covered in slabs of granite? I've never seen anything like those anywhere. I had heard there's the myster of the really old one, but what about the other 100 or so? Thank you again!
Added by Ruth on Jul 13, 2014 12:46 PM
|Joel Shore||RE: Van Lare family|
Great...I'll post photos up.
As for Floyd Grannis (1884-1923), he's buried elsewhere in the cemetery. (You can see what his stone says here: http://mcnygenealogy.com/cem/mthope-bb-singles-a.htm) If you create a memorial and submit a photo request, I or another volunteer could get a photo.
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