Alyce Osborn Lillywhite Mr. Jensen, Alyce Osborn Lillywhite is my maternal grandmother. She lived most of her life after 1945 in California. There she died and is buried, not beside her 'exstranged' husband, James E. Lillywhite, who did die and is buried at Mt. Olivet, Salt Lake City. He was my maternal grandfather. I personally knew them both. Susan Henson Walters
RE: Wight Family Hello, Sorry It has taken me awhile to get back to you. I was reading some of my papers that I have for this side of my family to see if you and I have the same info. It seems as tho you and I have the same names.
RE: Wight Family Thank you for getting back to me. Levi Wight Sr. is my 6th great grandfather. Huldah ( Wight ) Gleason is my 5th great grandmother. I guess that makes you and I cousins. :) Nice to meet you.
I have linked as many children as I can to Asa for future requests please go through each child's memorial as the parental links must be linked on their side. I don't maintain the memorial for Mary J Speirs 27339355 so you will need to contact that member to link them up. Also to add their places of birth and death please go through each separate memorial that is the only way I will be able to update them.
Wight additions I've been glad to piece together the Wight family hoping to uncover snips of info about their friends the Cudworth family. I've been to Bates Cemetery twice and Hewitt Cemetery once and have lots more luck with them than my direct lines. p.s. I added the locations for you too. ;-)
Pictures Hello, My name is LuAnna. I claimed the request for Irving Christensen. I just wanted you to know that I also took Carrie's while I was there and I have more photos and plot location, so if you will email me I can send you those pictures and information. I hope this helps you and your spouse. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org Have a blessed weekend. Best Regards, LuAnna
There is a limit to how many photos can be posted (I think it is currently five). Up until that point, any contributor is welcome to add photos to a memorial, so long as they are appropriate (photos of the person, their marker, etc.).