I AM A RETIRED STATE OF CALIFORNIA EMPLOYEE, CURRENTLY WORKING PART TIME AS PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE OWNER OF A LOCAL TRUCKING FIRM. I COME BY MY LOVE OF PHOTOGRAPHY HONESTLY, AS MY G GRANDFATHER AND SEVERAL OF HIS BROTHERS WERE PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS. ON THE OTHER SIDE OF MY FAMILY, MY FATHER ALSO DID SOME PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY. I WAS INTRODUCED TO FIND-A-GRAVE BY A DISTANT RELATIVE AND REALLY ENJOY HUNTING FOR AND TAKING PICTURES OF THE FINAL RESTING PLACES OF OUR ANCESTORS, AND THOROUGHLY ENJOY WALKING AROUND AND LOOKING AT OLD MONUMENTS AND MARKERS. I HOPE TO BE ABLE TO CONTINUE WITH THIS FOR SOME TIME TO COME.
Holy Cross has no record of Orimal or his wife Maria. You can look up burial locations for all the Catholic Cemes at the following website. http://dioceseoffresno.org/index.cfm?load=page&page=208 Went to the library to do a obit look u and the one I found didn't state a buried location. Called Mountain View/Odd Fellows office and she has records of a Orimal being buried there. Went out and its the same headstone the one posted for the Orimal memorial you made at Odd Fellows. Also the record they at the office they had has no dates just a burial location. The office however has no record or Maria being buried there.
Younger's grave stone Thank you for your help in searching for Andrew Younger's grave stone. I am in the research stage and not even sure if this is the person I'm looking for, Andrew Younger (born around 1836, in Missouri). I was hoping that the stone would add some more pieces to the puzzle. I am new at this so I hope you didn't go through too much trouble. Thanks again, Misty