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Currently researching Historic Riverside Cemetery Denver - adding plot info to exisiting memorials and adding missing memorials with photos if and when available. I am also a volunteer with Fairmount and Riverside cemeteries in Denver.
My Nebo - Aurora, CO - All sections walked and memorials added as of Dec 2014
I am a Records and Archives Manager for a large engineering firm. I volunteer my time to help complete and document the histories and information of our cemeteries and graveyards. In my many walkings and wanderings... I have noticed the many missing records and photos from the Find A Grave site. I will be working to help correct those missing memorials
I will transfer memorials as requested to family members, so please don't hesitate to ask for any transfers.
If I mess up or do something incorrectly, please remind me gently, so I can make any corrections , as we all make mistakes...I am very happy to make those corrections as well
Should a family member wish to have a grave stone photo removed or a memorial removed for privacy concerns, please, please...let me know. I do not want to offend or cause any issues for anyone.
Thank to all volunteers on F.A.G....this is how I was able to locate "missing" family members...some that I never had the honor to meet.
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|bob toelle||RE: J.W LANE - Riverside Denver|
That's great! Research was showing me that that had to be Nathaniel Lane, but no way could I fit that with J.W. I take it that "N.W." is what the original handwritten records have.
|Nia Jai||Thank you!!!|
Thank you so very very much for taking a picture of my g-g-g grandparents grave! It was an amazing gift to get this holiday season. I appreciate you braving the cold and snow to snap this photos. Cheers!
Added by Nia Jai on Dec 29, 2016 3:19 PM
|anne mccarroll||Harry Watson, Riverside Cemetery, Denver|
Thank you so much for your message re Harry Watson. How or where did you fund his name? I am so delighted that you did as I have only been abke to find a James M. Watson in the cemetery index, which i felt should probably have been a James Arthur as I knew that my grandmother had a younger brother, Harry, who had died young. I had included him in find a grave as James M. (Harry) Watson.
I have never seen a photograph before of the Watson family grave....thank you so much fior including it. Would it be very presumptuous of me to ask if it is possible to rotate the photograph so thar it is shown on the vertical? Are there any family details on the grave? My grandmother, Frances Rebecca Watson, daughter of Joseph W. Watson, married an Irishman in 1893 and came to live in Ireland. I visited Denver many years ago but at that time knew nothing of the burial details for my American great grandparents.
Congratulations on doing so much work of help and interest to so many,
|Anonymous||RE: Austin Middlemist - Riverside Cemetery|
I have no proof but have never heard of an Auston and feel confident neither Walter or Ruia had an earlier child. My grandfather Walter talked about his little brother Allen and his early death. He is also shown on the 1880 census and would have been 4 1/2 at internment. I know this is not "proof" and I am not sure how to get proof.
1880 United States Federal Census
about Walter A. Middlemist
Name:Walter A. Middlemist
Birth Year:abt 1842
Home in 1880:West Bijou Creek, Elbert, Colorado
Relation to Head of House:Self (Head)
Spouse's Name:Ruie N. Middlemist
Neighbors:View others on page
Walter A. Middlemist 38
Ruie N. Middlemist 28
Andrew E. Middlemist 1
Allen D. Middlemist 4m
Mode Kutch 36
Polk Berryhill 33
Jacob Billinger 22
Frank Billinger 19
He froze to death 9 Feb 1881. He was coming home in a blizzard and was found frozen to death by his wagon near Limon, CO. His son, Walter Alexander was born 31 Aug 1881 nearly 7 months after his death.
Riverside Cemetery, Denver Plot: Block 6 Lot 18 He was interned Feb 21, 1881 and Ruia was buried next to him Feb 17, 1895 their middle child Allen Dean was also buried their in in 1884, he was only 4 1/2 yrs old.
|carole taylor puntenney||RE: Eugene M. Niblo|
I am planning on going to Riverside. There are Niblo's there and I believe Eugene M Niblo was single?? and a "sign Painter" so he was not well to do. But I wonder who, if anyone is buried in that big open space in our Niblo-Puntenney plot?
I heard from Olinger's and they did not take care of him.. I live in Elizabeth, CO so am close too.
|carole taylor puntenney||RE: Eugene M. Niblo|
oh wow... no, I believe you I will change it and start looking for the correct cemetery... Thank you Carole
Thank you so much for all you do for FindAGrave.
It was a pleasure to read your profile.
- Just another volunteer, Carolyn White Davis t
Added by CWDavis on Sep 12, 2016 12:54 PM
|Gini Bradley||RE: William Lewis Hay|
Thank you so much for the transfer. I'm really curious about them. They were only married 17 months when William died. Then Anna had John shortly after. She died and 9 days later the baby died. I'm disappointed that the family didn't even give them a marker!! I've tried to find an obituary but come up blank. Can't imagine what happened to them. If you find any information about them, please let me know!! Thanks for what you do!!
|Gini Bradley||William Lewis Hay|
Thank you for the grave information. You said that it is unmarked. Do you know if his wife and child are there also? Her name was Anna May Doran Hay and the baby was John L. Hay. Thank you for sending me any information you can find.
|Miss Duty||RE: Photo requests for Cook and Adelman - Riverside|
Thanks for your help, Robin.
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