I got death certificate of Marjorie. She was cremated. Then after all this another Find A Grave contributor told me she was in Redding Memorial so once again I called them. Had called before and they said she wasn't there! This time, after a long wait, they found her. Just have to be persistent I guess. Next time we get up that way I hope to get a picture.
Added by Marj on Oct 14, 2016 1:11 PM
Wonderful thanks so very much. I've been trying to get all the Phillips linked together. All of James and Ella May's children are listed except for Marjorie Helene Phillips Brown Heikkinen Briggs. She had three husbands. The info I have is that she died in Shasta County in 1968 but I've searched and can't find where she is buried. If you should ever find that let me know.
Thanks so much for your work.
Added by Marj on Sep 30, 2016 10:04 PM
|Hayden Trent||Elk Creek Cemetery|
I have and will be posting pics and memorial for many others in the Elk Creek Cemetery.
|Hayden Trent||Feeney Headstone Pictures!|
I have added a few pictures of the Feeney Family.
James Feeney 1843-1936 and Nora Feeney 1849-1939
Which they share an older headstone and they each have a modern looking headstone that matches their children.
I have also created a memorial for Andrew Feeney which must be Jame's brother. Andrew born in 1853 in Ireland and died in 1901.
I have also added headstone pictures to Thomas J. Feeney 1877-1953 and Andrew Feeney 1882-1938.
Just thought I'd let you know so that you can print out their memorial pages now that you have pics of their headstones.
I have created other Feeney memorials too.
|Brian K. O||McPhails Cemetery|
Person on record is: McPhail's Cemetery
Thank you for the heads up. If it is the same person, mine would be the correct memorial because it is at the actual cemetery. But then I also see all the links so merging the two would be the best plan.
|Brian K. O||FAG photo requests|
Contact me directly as I have located photographs for the monuments of the Loomis family. email@example.com
|Leroy Stricker||Rubert John Kilgust|
You had a question, I think I have the
answer. On the WWI draft registration,
he identifies himself as Rubert John
Kilgus and signs his name as Rubert J.
Kilgus. How's that?
|Linda Bagnelle||RE: Charles Peck|
Have you seen this? Gives information about the accident. Click on each name for more info.
|Linda Bagnelle||Charles A Peck 56293248|
Just to let you know I've added some photographs to the Charles Peck memorial. There is a memorial inside the Priory Church of St Michael & St Felix, Rumburgh to the 446th Bomb Group.
Happy New Year from the UK!
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