|Diana Enos Hammock (#46863126)|
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I am 74 years of age and have two grown daughters and three grandsons. My husband and I have been married 54 years. We moved from California to Park City Utah about ten years ago.Last March we moved to Midway Utah. I have been doing genealogy for about 18 years. I enjoy the hobby very much and am willing to help others. I will take any grave photos that I can get to. If you would like any of the memorials I have created transferred to you please let me know. I do not mind at all. It is important that the memorials be in the hands of a family member who can manage them and update them with new information. Please feel free to use any of my photos for your family genealogy.|
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|Kathy Mastako||RE: Connection Between Enos Family and Mary Young|
So no relation to Luis Enos?
|Kathy Mastako||Connection Between Enos Family and Mary Young|
Are you related to the Luis Enos family who lived in San Luis Obispo in the late nineteenth - early twentieth century? My research interest is in Henry Wilson Young, who was the head Keeper at the San Luis Obispo lighthouse from 1890-1905. His daughter, Mary Young, age 19, died at the home of Luis Enos in 1902. The funeral was held at the Enos home. Members of the Enos family signed the lighthouse guestbook frequently during the 1890-1904 period, so the Enos family and the Young family must have had some connection. I am trying to figure out why Mary Young, who died of consumption, would have been staying with the Enos family, who apparently lived in the "Laguna" area of San Luis Obispo. Any light you can shed would be appreciated.
|Greg and Cindy Thredgold||Ann Elizabeth Rasband Roberts|
Thank you for the information on the lack of a headstone for Ann Elizabeth.
|Marta Robertson||RE: Novak marker.|
You did beautifully. Thank you so much, maybe I can get the family all together and try to get a headstone, Nobody knew there wasn't one.
|Marta Robertson||Novak marker.|
Hi Diana, Thank you for the picture of my grandpa Frederick Joseph Novak's marker.
|Mildred Rooney||Joseph Rooney|
Thank you so much. My husband has always wanted to visit his grave and now knows where to go. Your help is much appreciated. Mildred Rooney
|Becky Smith||Thank you|
As I research Summit County I keep coming across all the great work you do with Find A Grave. I would like to Thank You for your time and your willingness to share.
Heber City, UT.
|Mary Anne Clark||RE: Photo|
Thanks, re Brown twins' marker.
Would you please email me a larger resolution image, or put it on the memorial?
|Mary Anne Clark||Photo|
30856988 Is it possible to get a larger resolution photo, please, of the marker for the Brown twins? Most photos enlarge when you click on them but that won't and I can't read the second bottom line.
|Kenneth D. Kalloch||Error in one of your records|
I'm writing about the record that you added for Ray Harding Peterson, Find A Grave Memorial# 92318519.
His first name is actually Fay instead of Ray, and Fay is what is on his gravestone, not Ray.
Thank you for your work with Find A Grave, it's impressive the number of memorials and photos that you've added, and memorials that you manage.
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