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|LH||RE: Andrew & Mary Behymer|
You're very welcome.
Added by LH on Oct 27, 2016 7:01 AM
|William Kazupski||RE: John Shine|
You're most welcome. Glad I could help! If you anything else, please let me know.
|Betty Joe Carrington Gray Abrams||Powers|
You are welcome
|Narvelan Coleman||Mabel Anna & Vincent Andrew Behymer|
Thank you for posting the Find A Grave picture of Mabel and Vincent Behymer; who are buried in Inglewood Park Cemetery, in California. My family lived next door to them when they tragically passed away. I was only 12 at the time; and never knew anything about where they were buried until I found your picture at Find A Grave. Seeing that picture brought back both nice and sad memories. If you would like to know more about their tragic deaths....please feel free to contact me. They were both nice people.
|Debbie Gibbons||RE: William Hull|
You are welcome!
|Kristin Fitzgerald||RE: Octavia Lenora MacKinnon|
She died on May 12, 1933, in Lead, South Dakota, at the age of 74, and was buried there. She was my grandmother's step-mother.
|Joyce Fannin||RE: Malissa (Fannin) Skaggs|
familysearch.org,ancestry.com, has her middle name as Evelyn
|Robert Mitchell||Emily Gee Jordan|
|cnn||Thomas & Loren Behymer|
Thanks for the additional information on Thomas Behymer. I am transferring his memorial and that of his wife to you. I was at Shrewsbury Cemetery and happened to photograph their stone. I noticed that you have several Behymer memorials you manage; so, you probably have more interest in the Behymer line than I do. My uncle married a Behymer, but Thomas is not part of her direct line either. Again, thanks for your contributions to Find A Grave.
Added by cnn on Jul 05, 2016 4:01 PM
|Gerard Brownstone||Forest Lawn Requests|
Unfortunately there were no headstones found for any of your request at Forest Lawn, One problem I run across a lot is people buried in the early 1930's don't often have headstones because of the depression making it unaffordable for many. Some of your request are in Potters Field sections where headstones are few and far in between. I tried for you my friend, I at least wanted to find one but it didn't happen !
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