|Grave Chick (#47296253)|
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I love genealogy and take great joy in helping others because what goes around comes around.|
If I have added a relative of yours, please let me know how they are related and I will be more than happy to transfer it to you. If you just ask me to transfer the page and not say how you are related I will not transfer them. Please use the edit tab.
I have taken many pictures of the Salt Lake City cemetery, I am putting them on as fast as possible. My Husband and I have photographed all of section "R" and part of section "L". Still have about 3,000 graves to add. :o)
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Thank you for the great photo. I do appreciate your time and efforts and all you do for findagrave.
|Anonymous||Graves 74042580, 107685896 & 136012690|
I am not related to any Hardmans. Last October, my nephew married a woman who is a descendant of Richard Hardman (1807-1846) and Margaret Holden (1807-1873) who were early Mormon pioneers. I have been researching all their descendants. So far, I have found almost 1,200 descendants.
There appears to be some confusion caused by the fact that two George Hardmans who were born a year apart both married women who were called Hazel.
On Feb 5 1912, 23 year-old George Hardman married 18 year-old Hazel A McNeil. On Sep 18 1913, 24 year-old George L Hardman married 26 year-old Hazel E Heath.
On the 1920 census, George Hardman (age 31) and Hazel (age 26) have 3 children – Bertrand (age 6), Keith (age 3) and Hugh D (age 2).
On the 1940 census, George Hardman (age 51) and Hazel (age 46) have 4 children – Bert M (age 26), Hugh (age 22), Harry (age 16) and Neil (age 6).
I believe that Keith is buried in Francis Cemetery (Grave # 59293107) while Hugh is buried in Marion Cemetery (Grave # 65345619). Baby Norine is also buried in Francis Cemetery (Grave # 59293159).
According to the 1900 census, George Hardman who was born July 1888, was the son of George Richard Hardman and Lilley May Cluff. I believe that this is the George who died May 27 1961 and is buried in Francis Cemetery (Grave # 59294081).
On the 1920 census, Geo L Hardman (age 30) and Hazel (age 32) have 2 children – Don L (age 5) and John T (age 3).
On the 1930 census, Geo L Hardman (age 40) and Hazel (age 40) have 2 children – Don L (age 15) and John T (age 13). George’s sister-in-law Olive Heath is also living with them.
In addition, George Leslie Hardman and Hazel Heath had 2 daughters who died very young – Florence Marjorie (1924-1925) and Melva Hazel (1922-1926).
I would appreciate receiving your comments.
Patricia “Pat” Williams
|Carl Bohn||Sally Cameron|
Thank you for transferring the memorial to me. I appreciate it.
|Dalene ||George Dallas Streeter|
Thank you so much for the transfer. :)
Added by Dalene on Jan 15, 2015 10:58 PM
|Carolyn Ellis||Laura Nevada Gray|
Do you have any idea why she has her maiden name on her tombstone? She married John Long on Oct 8, 1908 in Redding, Alturas Co., Calif. John was born Apr 7, 1864 in North Carolina and died Apr 20, 1912 in California. I don't have where he is buried. I am presuming she divorced and took her maiden name back. Thanks for any help you can give me.
|Les Adams||RE: Emma Draper Saxelby|
Thank you for the reply. Thanks for all your work!!
|Les Adams||Emma Draper SAxelby|
Grave Memorial# 107852052
Thank you for taking the time to take the pictures and posting them I've made 3 trips to SLC Cemetery to find her grave with no success.. Thanks Can you give some kind of idea of where to find it in the Cemetery
|Heather Simon||Memorial Transfers|
My great-grandfather and great-grandmother are George Rausch (107852038) and Sophie Katherine Marquardt Rausch (107852039). They immigrated from Germany along with their children, which included my Grandmother, Margaret. She is my father's mother.
It would be great if you would transfer them to me and thank you for all the very hard work you have put into these memorials. My contributor number is 48483089.
|Cemetery Walker||RE: Scott Family|
I am not related to them.
|Cemetery Walker||Melvin Scott|
Thanks for the transfer.
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