|J E Strotman (#47246249)|
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|Started doing this after the death of my first parent. I found it impossible to find people to tell them of her passing. Then experienced a letter to her, 2 yr after the passing. |
This got me to wondering what else I didnt know about my own family and so started digging and running into relatives that were doing the same. I startd in 1994, but they had been doing it before that and kept me encouraged.
Ive met so many wonderful people in my search, and love the stories that have come from it. Im still learning but will share what I have if you want to come along on the journey
Forest Lawn Memorial-Park...
St Joseph's Cemetery
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|Jim Smaltz||RE: Logan/Brakebills|
Logan's Chapel -
I don't have any independent research but found a history at http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa.states.tennessee.counties.blount/3061/mb.ashx
he indicates -
David Logan gave the ground for the church and graveyard, an hence the name Loganís Chapel. The first church was built of hewn logs and stood almost in this site of the present structure.
Your welcome for the picture. When my gr8 gr8 grandfater died in 1931ish he was later reintered in another cemetery with his wife who died 1946. Maybe there is documentation of the moving of the body as there was in my ancestors case? It may depend on location and time. It was a different time of year when i took this pic as opposed to the other time when it was drier and more prockly seed pods. If no stone marker maybe you or i or someone cand seed it with nice flowering plants. I dont know even goes there as tere doesnt seem to be much upkeep if any. Its a drier area. The laie cemetery has plumerias and such growing right on top of some graves
Added by Z on Nov 29, 2014 3:52 PM
I remebered seeing jacinto last time i was there and there being an empty plot next to it but on th other side of jacinto is a zacharias baricuatro. The grasses and vine and weeds were all growing and covered my legs and shoes in barbed seeds but nat as bad as the last time i was there when it was hotter Nd drier.
Added by Z on Nov 10, 2014 7:04 PM
|Bertina||Richard Eugene Fontaine|
Dear J.E. Strotman,
I'm looking for some more information about Richard Eugene Fontaine, 1993-1995. I think this is the person i'm in search for. Do you know if he used to work and live in the Netherlands in the 1970's 1980's. He was a friend of the family.
What was he to you, if i may ask?
I heard a lot about him and got me curious to find him. If this is the person i'm looking for, i really regret his death on such an early age.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
PS: you can also send me an private message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by Bertina on Sep 01, 2014 7:03 AM
|Kara||George A. Fontaine|
Do you happen to be in touch with any of George's immediate family? I am his great-granddaughter through his marriage in 1930 to Louise Peel-- I would love to tell you the story of my side of the family sometime as well as find out more about yours!
Added by Kara on Jun 29, 2014 10:29 AM
|The Old Sarge||Thomas S. Hudson|
Do you know who S.F. is, those are the initials at the end of the Notes on Thomas S. Hudson's memorial #24493957. I'd like to make contact to find out where some of the information came from.
|Gerry Jean||RE: McDonoughs|
Glad to help, Julia! .... and good luck in your searching!
|Steve Bear||RE: St Joseph Cemetery|
No thanks. Good luck.
|Linda O'Dell||RE: 22317968|
I can not find the memorial for Conrad Strotman you created. Will link William when I can find it.
|Sunny||RE: St Joseph's Catholic Cemetery|
I am not sure how often the gate is locked, but it was open yesterday when I went by. I may get another chance to go by so will try and get more photo's when I do. I still have some more to post of both ones you created memorials for and some that are not yet entered.
Added by Sunny on May 02, 2013 4:03 PM
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