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Salena Odom (#46601326)
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My name is Salena, and I became *very* interested in genealogy when my younger brother David (he was 34) passed away on December 12, 2003. His passing made me realize that I needed to do *something* to get the family history down. I'm half Hungarian, and the other half is a mix of Irish, English and Apache. My hobbies include writing and embroidery, as well as genealogy.
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W. Jones-Jordan, MD
Memorial# 8331828
Father O'Hayre was a close personal friend of mind and I'd like to manage the grave site, if you wouldn't mind.
Added by W. Jones-Jordan, MD on Aug 04, 2013 9:04 AM
W. Jones-Jordan, MD
Bernard O'Hayre
Do you have any means of finding the obituary on Bernard O'Hayre? Or the place of death? Thank you very much.
Added by W. Jones-Jordan, MD on Jun 21, 2013 9:42 AM
Betty L. Gonzales
Machtalena Heit
Salena, there is a request for Machtalena Heit headstone photo, do you know the location other then the street name and is there a headstone?
Please reply,
Betty Gonzales
Added by Betty L. Gonzales on Oct 08, 2012 8:00 PM
Clint Black
Hi Selena,
In this 1866 History of Denver (below), he's listed as "Very Rev." (Bishop). Of course, the irony is his appointment as Bishop in 1868 on the headstone.
Added by Clint Black on Jun 24, 2012 11:21 AM
Steven Weinreich
Salena...FYI....if you don't designate a cemetery for your loved one on Find A Grave, anyone searching for the Moffat name will not have a successful search in finding your father in law. However, you can designate a cemetery where others of your family are buried and then add a note to the bio explaining about the disposition of his ashes. At least someone will find him if they are searching for memorial information. I had a similar situation recently with one of my own relatives. Good luck.
Added by Steven Weinreich on Jul 30, 2011 8:30 PM

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