Clyde Coen is not listed in the Altus Cemetery ONLINE database. The photo requester should contact the cemetery office at (580) 481-2281 during normal work hours on a weekday to request the burial location, then use the Edit Tab on the memorial to request the burial location be added to the memorial.
Added by Mark on Sep 30, 2016 9:00 PM
|ADAMSONANCESTRY||RE: Thomas Adamson|
Thanks, Both Branches of Adamson Families in Greene Co. will be have better understanding.
|scott r||leroy hoge|
cemetery records of greene co pa compiled by Dorothy t hennen vol 7 1977 Gilmore & wayne twps.
(cornerstone genealogical society) page 401 has the following info
hoge, Solomon d 12-6-1874 aged 59 yr 5 mo 9 da
Leroy s b 4-4-1860 d 10-26-1908
infant b 6-23-1902 d 6-30-1902
son of Leroy & mary hoge
Added by scott r on Feb 03, 2016 10:45 AM
|James Hoy||Sara Jane King|
Check out the stone that I found last week when I did some work at the King-Hoy Cemetery. I only included it on Find A Grave because of the death date. I am willing to delete it if you think it is too vague. (I kind of thought that it would be a larger stone) . It was found next to the stone of Lettecia and William King. I may try to clean it up next time I am at the cemetery,
|Cindi Southall||RE: William T Kent|
You're very welcome. I was glad to do it for you.
|Steve Burton||Hoge or Hogue or Hogg|
Is this one of your family surnames?
This is one of mine, and I am very interested in this family.
Have you a family tree?
|Steve Burton||re: James Smith in SLO cemetery|
I am a volunteer like you. The owner of this cemetery promises to call the police on any Find A Grave volunteer.
You can always request again, but I promise you that the photo(s) you seek can be easily and quickly and reliably procured another way.
There has been great success with the San Luis Obispo County Genealogical Society. They completed exhaustive photographing of headstones at San Luis Cemetery in the past 5 years, and they will share them with you.
You can email a request for a photo of the headstone(s) you are looking for, by doing the following, and they will respond promptly:
Address your email to
Put in the subject line
San Luis Cemetery Headstone photo
Give them the name and birth and death dates, or as much as you know.
Ask them to send a picture of the headstone, and tell them how you are related or what your interest is in this person.
They will appreciate that. This information may only be used in genealogical research.
They will email you within a day or two with an attached photo(s), if it exists.
I will ask that your request be removed (so others arenít discouraged), now that you have a very reliable and quick way to achieve your goal. If there is any problem, please let me know.
As a reference here is the website for the index for all the burials and headstones at San Luis Cemetery through 2010. http://www.slocgs.org/pdf-files/SLO-Cem-Location.pdf
|BassetLover||Charles S Turet|
Thank you for the heads up. I will definitely sort that out!
|Allyn Draper||James Smith photo request.|
I've just returned from SanLuis Cemetery. They acknowledge James location. It's in a private room Mausoleum. they say I have to be family to view or photograph. I'm willing to try agin if you want to make a request to them via certified letter indicating that you authorize me to do so. Let me know how you wish to proceed.
|tootz||George Hoge # 92400636|
Hi: I see that George Hoge is your 4th great grandpa. He was my 5th great grandpa through my great grandma Izora Missouri Hogue. She married my great grandpa Thomas Jefferson Burns. It looks like you are a volunteer on findagrave? Do you just go out and take pictures of graves for findagrave or do you do this to research your own genealogy? Have you done much genealogy research? I am working on my trees on ancestry.com. Are you a subscriber to ancestry.com and do you have any family trees on ancestry.com? I would love to share/compare info. Who's line are you? It's so exciting to find distant relatives. I have have doing research for a couple years now and have actually connected with people who knew my great grandparents and other relatives I never met.Recently I have been focusing mostly on my Burns line and have now decided I need to do a seperate tree for my Hogue line as it is going to be huge. Have you seen the Hogue genealogy website created by Bettye Hogue bond on the internet? Do you know her? I am using the info from her website (of course I am trying to verify all I can) to add to what I have already found on my own to extend my tree farther back in time. I look forward to hearing from you.
Added by tootz on Nov 30, 2014 8:25 PM
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