|Dwayne Crandall (#46912347)|
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"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 1925 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.
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|frwill48||Charles Crandall, MD and Family in Forest Hill - Utica, NY|
I have searched the records at Forest Hill Cemetery in Utica and found the Plot and Lot location of Dr Charles Spencer Crandall. He, is wife Ada, Son Lee, and his wife Celia, and Dr Crandall's daughter, Frances, are interred in Plot 65; lot 6448.
I have taken the liberty of creating Find A Grave sites for the other family members cited above.
Today I a going up to Forest Hill and will try to find and photograph their graves.
If you would like the other Find A Grave sites transferred to you, please let me know.
Added by frwill48 on Dec 01, 2016 6:39 AM
|Kathy||Charles Edgar Crandall|
Thanks so much for accepting the edit! I really appreciate all of your work on find-a-grave.
Added by Kathy on Aug 19, 2016 6:43 PM
|Rick Ferris||Memorial # 94051776|
You created this memorial, but I would like you to take a look at these 2 memorials: 97028682 & 97028720. What evidence do you have of a burial at Unadilla Center Cemetery?
LOL...you've reminded me of winning about $35 at Nickel Keno, starting from a quarter. My husband had taken me to Vegas with him sometime mid-90s, and I was entertaining myself while he was at a meeting. BUT I had both wrists in casts from the only time I ever got hurt rollerskating and first figured to just play Keno until my nickels ran out, but they never did...and I had a heck of a time digging out (looking like a praying mantis) all the approximately 700 coins when I needed to leave. I should NOT complain, huh! I heard that now most casinos there don't pay out actual coins, but just play the appropriate noise and give paper receipts that have to be cashed in.
I have one of those metal ID tags like your bio picture still on my ancient rollerskate case; and I think I also got it at a Greyhound station...in the 60s ~ :°)
|CryptoGram||RE: Whoops - Ignore all but thanks in last message|
hmm...my bio thingie said to use pix I take in exactly the way you first described, Dwayne, so I don't see a problem to make you double think. And ancestry.com finally has a great way to link to FindAGrave which I've been grateful for on many occasions when trying to find families of many I've made memorials for. I only get frustrated when people (my own family is bad at this) lift and re-upload my pictures on purpose in a way that makes it look like they originally fetched them. I surely want family and friends to make good use of them...lots of Crandalls (including REAL memorial makers) around here!
|Roger Volkert||52421257 William M Crandall|
His spouse is Jennie Mary Crofoot b 1870 d 1950
See your Memorial 52422047
Please add the Family Links
|Larry Wales||Amy Crandall|
Info added, thank you, Larry
|2033481971||Duplicates: 50121341 and 948 5875|
Hi, I'm not related, but when looking for a certain Maxson, I couldn't help noticing that these two memorials are duplicates:
Duplicates: 50121341 and 9485875.
|Robert Matteson||Timothy Crandall|
Hi i think this is the same Timothy that died in 1853 per my records there was only one Timothy buried in the Reynolds Cemetery
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