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|mwyo||RE: Arthur Bungard|
You are welcome! Have a wonderful day!
Added by mwyo on Nov 15, 2015 6:56 PM
|jcaacs77||Steven Abla photo request|
I have the photo of Steven's marker from Park Hill Cemetery in Vancouver, WA. If you submit a request after changing the cemetery location I can post it. There is a nearby marker for Larry and Ruth Abla. (Ruth doesn't have a death date listed.) I'm assuming they are the parents.
I have pictures of that marker too.
If you'd prefer I send the photos to you so you can post please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by jcaacs77 on Sep 15, 2015 11:35 AM
|jcaacs77||Stephen Abla request|
I'm the photo volunteer that claimed your request. I'm sorry for the delay but Evergreen Memorial Gardens could not locate any record. As you may or may not be aware, the Clark County Genealogical Society's burial list indicates (at least my reading) that Stephen was originally interred at Park Hill cemetery then moved to Evergreen. When Evergreen was unable to locate I contacted Park Hill. According to their records it was the reverse. Stephen was interred at Evergreen then moved to Park Hill. I just got the info and am going to try to visit Park Hill tomorrow to see if there is a marker. You will need to change the cemetery name. According to Park Hill his grave is in Section P, Lot 159, Grave #5. His father is there too but I'm not sure if he is buried in the same grave or nearby.
Added by jcaacs77 on Sep 12, 2015 6:39 PM
|Carolee Gibb Grove||Mary Caro Davies|
Thank you very much for the transfer. I have connected her to her family and will add a biography.
|Kay Griffin Snow||Potts-Polk Co., MO|
I saw your request for a picture of Nancy Potts TS on Find A Grave.
If Henry was her husband, he could have died young. Have you any information that Nancy could have married again. Did Nancy Potts have any children?
I found a marriage for Mrs. Nancy A. POTTS and Jesse Welsh 25 Feb 1883, Polk Co., MO.
This couple had two children (at least).
Nancy must have died and Jesse Welsh was married again.
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|My Labor of Love||Charles S. Ades |
I was wondering where you obtained his birth date? I know he was born in Chicago, Cook, Illinois and according to the 1900 US Census, his birth date is listed as Oct 1855 (which is different than yours - 1 Jan 1855). Any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
|Kim S.||RE: Jack Layton|
You are very welcome.
Added by Kim S. on May 26, 2014 9:15 PM
|DaveVangsness||Floyd & Louise Golden|
Just thought I'd let you know that I fulfilled your photo requests for Floyd & Louise Golden. Find A Grave's fulfillment notification system is not working.
|Gene Funk||RE: Willard Carter|
You are very welcome. It is my pleasure.
Find A Grave# 47995499
Hey, how is one to get a hold of you?!
I miss my DARRRR buddy. By the way, I need a headstone re-engraved, in CA. And can you please pick up all leaves around the stone if youre down that way...say, every quarter hour, or just when its convenient? Mmkay...thanks, then.
All seriousness aside....Im passing PH every day. Got any requests and a free weekend or afternoon to stomp around? Just for fun? EMAIL me! ~mwah~
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