|Linda Proudler (#46898867)|
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|Dannetta Borland Getz||RE: FARVER, Nason F|
You are very welcome Linda.
|dorisG||RE: PEARCE, Fred|
Glad I could shed new light on Fred Pearce.
Added by dorisG on Apr 15, 2015 6:03 PM
|Debbie Dabrowski||RE: CRISHOCK, Walter J|
Linda, You are very welcome!
|Barbara Goggin Brann||Schrenks in Calvary|
Linda, to have a memorial transferred to you, you need to go into the edit tab and make the request through the link; Suggest any other correction or addition. The owner of the Schrenks' memorials, Ron Wingerter, is inactive, possibly very ill, so Find A Grave will make the transfer, so long as you tell them that you are a direct descendant. Good Luck!
|FutureAncestor||RE: ROSS, Karl C, Orie D and William Henry|
You are most welcome.... this Rundell Cemetery is very small, well taken care of and easily walkable. It was my pleasure to get those for you.
|Dannetta Borland Getz||Eliza Heidler|
In regards to Eliz Heidler's headstone, I don't think one exists. I studied section "C" where she is listed to be buried two times. Her husband Joel is in #405, Leslie in #406, Edwin in #407 and Eliza should be in #408 but there is nothing there. I can include 2 expanded photos I took of these relatives showing her location if you'd like. Dannetta
|Barbara Goggin Brann||Anna Slavenski|
You are welcome. And yes I did have to dig it out.
BTW I found a Dorothy Slawinski in Wintergreen Gorge Cemetery this morning. I don't know if this is a relation with a spelling variation, but I thought that I would bring it to your attention. It is memorial #42762910
|mshunter||RE: BLAIR, Albert Gifford|
You are very welcome. Sorry the photo of the entire stone didn't turn out very well. I'll gladly change it if I can get a better one next time I'm out there.
Added by mshunter on Mar 25, 2015 6:53 PM
|Annemarie Gerace||RE: SPERRY, FRANCES CASSELL|
You are most welcome for the photos of the Speerys. It's always a pleasure to visit Forest Lawn--such a lovely, peaceful area.
|William Fay||RE: JENSEN, WILLIAM|
Your welcome. Yes, its very peaceful and a historic place to be put to rest. Many early pioneers.
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