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Thanks for catching that typo!!!
|Just~Us Relatives||Season Greatings|
Have a wonderful Christmas !!!
I am process to get it if you wish to post – you did good on the memorial it's fine with me.
Added by MSue on Nov 26, 2016 1:55 PM
I found his burial permit, and also his wife's on the Forest Lawn site. Updated some dates too--used a genealogy calculator for the DOB. I updated some info on his wife's site too. Let me know if you want these transferred.
|nutty Holla||RE: Additional obituaries...|
It's always fun to help others out as so many before us have done much work. : - )
|nutty Holla||Katherine Busch|
I was working on this branch today and sent some other ones I found. I like to help people out this way as I am no longer in the area and people's postings of the tombstones has put so much of file together. This is just another one printed in the same paper I found for her after I had sent the first one off giving a few more bits of info. : - )
Miss Katherine Busch,
Church Organist, Dies
Funeral services for Miss Kather-
ine L. Busch, 60, who died yesterday
at her home, 33 Mang Avenue, Ken-
more, will be held at 2.30 p, m. to-
morrow in Forest Lawn Chapel. The
Rev. W. Marion Jeschke, pastor of
St. Luke's Evangelical Reformed
Church, will officiate.
Prominent in musical circles' for
more than a quarter of a century,
Miss Busch was organist at St.
Luke's Church and had taught piano
and organ. She was an organizer
and first president of the Kenmore
Zonta Club, was one of the first
members of the Kenmore Presby-
terian Church parish, and was a
member of Bethlehem Chapter 634,
O. E. S. She also had membership
in the Organists Guild of Buffalo.
Surviving are two brothers, Charles V.
Busch of Kenmore and William
C. Busch of Buffalo.
Thursday, March 21, 1940
Buffalo NY Courier Express 1940
George F. Golden
Find A Grave Memorial# 76070076
Helen "Nellie" Bertram Golden
Find A Grave Memorial# 76070095
If you call Elmwood Cemetery and Mausoleum at 708- 453-0273 and:
1. Ask if your photo request person has a headstone / grave marker.
2. If there is a headstone / grave marker ask for the section, block, lot and grave number.
3. If you send that information to me, Susan (#48964989) I will go there and fulfill your photo request. Of course any other Find A Grave volunteer can also fulfill your request if you then add the headstone location information to your photo request page.
Added by Susan on Oct 13, 2016 10:19 AM
|Loveid Genealogy Project||John A Sedam|
Greetings! I see you are making changes to John Sedam's memorial. If he's a family member and you'd like his memorial transferred to you, give me a shout. I am always happy to make those transfers. Debbie
|Sandra Lennox||Richard R. Lighthall #41837709|
I just want to compliment you on your excellent
memorial for Richard R. Lighthall, one of the
13 men killed in a B-29 bomber crash.
I have just entered a memorial for another
killed; Cpl. Normand J. Remy, who is buried
at Vine Hills Cemetery, Plymouth, MA.
Thank you for all of your hard work.
|Jean Williams||#'s 76322343 & 76322330|
Glasser & Haist. The information I sent you was taken from the church books I obtained while in Baiersbronn. You can check it yourself at a LDS library or a state library. I obtained my own copies from Günther Frey, who published the church books (Ortssippenbücher), in Munich. Both of these lines were also related to my husband. These books are considered "primary" sources. Sorry you declined the updated information I sent.
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