I have been researching my family tree since 2001. I love it, It gives me such a huge respect for those loved ones that came before me.
On my fathers side I am researching Kidd, Whitworth, Hewen, McCamy, Hafley, Neiman, Burns, Quinn, & Suggs. From Virginia to Blount Co., Tennessee to Van Buren Co., Arkansas.
On my mom's side Brown, Hunt, McPherren, Preston, Branch, Drake, Bagley, & Smith. Mostly in the Illinois, Missouri & Iowa areas.
I am also working on my Step-mom's family. Her father's side surnames are Drucker, & Gross from Austria. Her Great Grandfather was known to have been Head of the guard of Franz Joseph I of Austria. Her mother's side is Feldman, & Moshes from Russia. All immigrated to New York.
All graves posted by me are directly related and/or a distant relative. Please contact me with any questions or connections, I would love to chat. If you are more closely related, contact me for a possible transfer. Also if any need a headstone look up in my area I would be happy to do what I can. -------------------------------------------------- Please if you are going to copy and paste any information that I have posted on Find A Grave, please at least list me Michelle Kidd-Johnson as your source, I have worked hard on my families tree, and find a grave linking the whole family together . It is not right for people to copy and paste my information and post it as their own. Please give some credit where credit is due. Thank you very much for understanding.
RE: Memorial # 65592837 Hi Michelle, I'm sorry, I deleted the cemetery pictures i had, not to long ago. I am pretty sure that i sent it to you back in July. At any rate, there was nothing to be seen on it, any writing that it might have had, was completely worn off.
I have spoken with the cemetery office at this crematorium and she has told me that William and Ellen's ashes were scattered on lawn A in the garden of remembrance. There is no memorial unfortunately to take a picture of so I can't fulfil the photo request. If you want me to take a picture of this particular area, let me know. Thanks Jacqui
The View Crest Abbey is only open to the public on holidays from 10am to 4 pm. On those days and times it is not staffed. The abbey is managed by Evergreen Cemetery which is affiliated with Dignity Memorial. Previous owners of the abbey did not exercise good record keeping practices. The creators of Florence Perry’s memorial (TLK Files) have surveyed the abbey and have done an outstanding job of identifying those interred there. Florence’s memorial states she is in the community vault. These vaults are locked and not accessible to the public. The community vaults generally hold the cremains of those whose families did not provide a niche for final placement and they are often interred temporary urns. On a more positive note: Yes, Florence’s surname was Bradley. The following link will show details of the death record for Florence.