"But I can buy for you a gravestone, to lay behind your head Gravestones cheer the living, dear, they're no use to the dead" - Buy for me the rain - Greg Copeland; Steve Noonan
Past President of Joplin (Missouri) Genealogy Society. Interested in all Crandall, Crandell, Crandle, etc. surnames as well as Crain, Cowan and Clary. If you have a Crandall memorial and want it transferred to me, go ahead. There's not many, I can't connect to, yet.
If you see I have something wrong, please contact me. Note: Please do not send obits after 1933 or long bios as they will not be posted due to copyright concerns and my time restrictions. If you have corrections or links to parents and spouses fine; likewise if you want transfers be sure to follow the guidelines found in the FAQ for find-a-grave.
Alice M Bradley Stemme-Kaufman Hi Dwayne, We Sincerely Thank You for your time in taking a headstone photo of Alice M Bradley Kaufman. She was first married to Ludwig Ferdinand Stemme having one son, Ludwig Ferdinand Ferd ( was adopted the Kaufman surname, since his dad died as he was a baby). Thank you again. Carolyn
Joe E Crandall Jr Hi! Thanks for the updates to Joe Crandall's memorial! If he is anyway related to you, I'd be happy to transfer his memorial to your care! I'm not related at all. Just let me know! Blessings, Dana
Earl Albert Crandall Hi Dwayne-- I have been trying to obtain information regarding an E.A. Crandall who lived in Los Angeles in the late 1920's. Is it known whether the Earl Albert Crandall in your memorial ever lived in Los Angeles during that time period? Thank-you.