Can not find a listing for Anna Fanning in Lawncroft. Check here: http://lawncroftcemetery.com/burial-records.asp. Let me know. Jackie
Added by Jackie on Nov 24, 2015 4:30 AM
|Betty L. Gonzales||Felice Seppi|
Thank you so much for the info, I added and corrected all of your info. Betty
|DARLENE JORDAN||RE: Margaret Fees|
I'll try to remember when we're down there next, but we live about an hour and a half away from there and don't really go there much.
|DARLENE JORDAN||Photo request Margaret Fees|
On March 22, my husband and I walked the entire area of section D at the Catholic Cemetery in Trinidad, and could not locate a headstone for anyone with the last name of Fees.
Hope you have better luck with other searches.
Thank you very much for the picture of my cousin Glenn Miller. It is greatly appreciated. Thanks again!
Added by rrclark1 on Feb 04, 2015 12:04 PM
please use the edit function for these requests I have had to many wrong numbers lately so am no long doing request that come as messages here
|CLTConklin||RE: James Metz|
Your most welcome, I am sorry that it took me so long to get to him, I just started with Find a grave and there were several requests. Beautiful family story :) have a wonderful weekend! Christie C.
|DM Scott||RE: Francis M. Moore|
I do believe the Frank M Moore and Francis Marion Moore are definately the same person. I did some more research following him through the 1860-1910 Census Records. You can see that on my memorial.
Now whether he was actually buried in Iowa or Kansas is ???. Like you say theres a death certificate and also a tombstone. The death certificate and also the physicians death record for him that I found don't state the burial place.
From the 1900 census and 1910 census his wifes name was Maude. Her maiden name may be Fraser.
I do see a memorial for a Maude Moore in the Prescott Cemetery, don't know if you added that or what. Possibly his wife.
Haven't found anything on a Martha
Added by DM Scott on Mar 17, 2014 11:57 AM
|Susie Q||RE: Julia E. Brown|
Your welcome....any time you need anything else please let me know.
Added by Susie Q on Mar 08, 2014 6:44 PM
|EverSeeker||RE: Elizabeth Rohrer|
The correct name is and spelling on the stone Elisabeth Rohrer. I quite absolutely sure that this is the right stone for the right person in the right place. The stone is wore. Translating the German by use of http://www.usgwtombstones.org/pennsylvania/translate-german.htm, has shown me that she is the daughter (Tochter) of (von) Tohan ? Rohrer. If I am correct, her birthdate (geboren) was the 15 of August 1801.
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