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Thank you very much for taking a picture of the Diurna's family head stone. This headstone included many of my family members including my great-great-grandfather. I appreciate your hard work.
Thank you for the photo of his grave!
Thank you for filling my photo requests for gravestone pictures for Dr. Howard Frank Root and his wife Hester in the Mount Auburn Cemetery. I appreciate your time and effort very much.
Debbie Truitt, Ottumwa, Iowa
Added by djtruitt on Nov 29, 2016 6:58 AM
|Linda Davis||Thanks for the photo|
Thank you for posting Lena Iaconi's beautiful grave marker photo on her memorial. I hope all those listed on her shared marker gets the same photo on their memorials too. Your kindness is most appreciated.
|JR Blain||Theresa Goulet Paquin|
New Notre Dame Cemetery Southbridge, MA
Thank you for adding this memorial! I have been looking for her for several years. Could not find her as she remarried.
Added by JR Blain on Oct 26, 2016 1:12 PM
|Ms. Clyde||William Martin|
Your memorial for Mr. Martin is 161517299
Your memorial for Mr. Martin is
William Martin, 77, of San Diego died Feb. 14. He was born in Louisiana and was a master tool and die maker for General Dynamics.
Mr. Martin retired from the Marine Corps and was a veteran of World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. He was a member of Montford Point Marine Association and the Iwo Jima Survivors Association.
Survivors include his wife, Bertha Mae Martin; daughters, Barbara Martin-Alfred and Regina Martin of San Diego; son, Otis Martin of San Diego; sister, Alma Calvin of San Diego; brothers, Allen, Robert, Joseph and Matthew Martin of Louisiana; and two grandchildren.
Services 12:30pm today, Pilgrim Progressive Baptist Church, 4995 A St., San Diego. Interment 2pm today, Mount Hope Cemetery, San Diego.
Arrangements California Cremation & Burial Services. Published in The San Diego Union Tribune on Feb. 21, 2003.
|Alane Beck||Find A Grave Memorial# 160512665|
Your find a grave memorial for Stanley R Ralston created last April, I think has a duplicate, Find A Grave Memorial# 64577208, however the other memorial page for him has him buried in the Cottonwood Cemetery, Cottonwood,
Yavapai County, Arizona, US. This memorial page also has a photo of the cemetery headstone. Can you verify where Stanley was actually buried? I would appreciate your help with this.
|Steve McAnelly||RE: Leo E. Russell|
I found an obituary for him on line. I am pasting it here and you can see if you can copy it and paste it into his obituary.
Leo Elmer Russell Obituary
February 18, 1940 – December 31, 2011
Memorial services for Butch Russell are scheduled for January 14, 2 PM at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 524 N Globe, Portales.
Butch Russell, 71, of Portales, NM, died after a brief illness on Saturday, December 31, 2011, at the University Medical Center in Lubbock, Texas.
Butch was born February 18, 1940, and was welcomed by his parents, Johnny and Winnie Russell, of Floyd, NM. Butch attended school in Portales and at Floyd, graduating from Floyd High School in 1959.
After serving his country in the United States Army as a Paratrooper, Butch returned to Portales to attend Eastern New Mexico University, where he graduated with a major in agriculture. His love of horses and expertise provided him with a long and satisfying career.
He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Penny, and son, Jessie. He is also survived by a brother, Bob (Jean) Russell, sisters Barbara (Del) Chesser, Martha (Ron) Singleton, Brenda (Ron) Egan, and Betty Grimes, as well as numerous cousins and special aunts, Lillie Johnson and Weesie Creek, and uncles Leroy and Paul Creek.
Butch was preceded in death by his parents, grandparents (Mr. and Mrs. John Russell of Floyd and Mr. E.H. and Mrs. Mattie Kinney of Portales), brothers Phillip and Bill Russell, and sister Janet Duarte.
Leo's tribute is brought to you by:
500 E Third St.
P O Box 116Portales, NM United States
Phone: (575) 356-4455
|Steve McAnelly||Leo E. Rusell, ID # 163445566|
His obituary is on line, if you want to paste it to his memorial.
I spent a few hours photographing graves in Floyd Cemetery today, and Leo's was one of them.
|Judy West ||George Palacko & wife photo thanks!|
Thank you so much for adding the photo of my great grandmother's brother George Palacko and wife. I am thrilled to see it! I will add the "Jr." to his page, as you suggest. Widowed father George Sr. died in the same town, I believe, while living as an elder with his son.
May I have a copy of the photo to share with family. May I also use this grave marker photo on my Ancestry.com pages for he and his wife?
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