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Louis Roth (#47433115)
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Bio Photo I take a lot of photos out at Cypress Lawn in Colma and I know the grounds quite well.
There are many errors on the FaG site for plot locations and the cemetery website also has issues.
Therefore, I ask the following:

Please call 650-755-0580 and get the grave location and add to the memorial so that we can get you some photos.

Or, contact the cemetery office via email in order to obtain the grave location.
http://www.cypresslawn.com/_mgxroot/page_10764.php

Please post to the memorial or Send a Correction to the memorial owner
so that it can be added.
Once you have done this then it will be an easy matter for us to go out and get your request fulfilled.

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Virginia D
RE: King at Cypress 105317477
Louis:

Many thanks for your kind fulfillment of my request. Please do send a photo of the large King marker near this plot.

Regards,
Virginia
Added by Virginia D on Jul 29, 2014 4:30 AM
Nadeen Sobottka
RE: Willette Pierce McNary
Hi Louis, yes you may use the photo. Thanks for asking. If Willette and her husband are relatives of yours, I'd be happy to transfer them to you; they are not relatives of mine. Regards, Nadeen
Added by Nadeen Sobottka on Jul 25, 2014 6:36 AM
Nadeen Sobottka
RE: Willette Pierce McNary
Hi Louis, yes you may use the photo. Thanks for asking. If Willette and her husband are relatives of yours, I'd be happy to transfer them to you; they are not relatives of mine. Regards, Nadeen
Added by Nadeen Sobottka on Jul 25, 2014 6:36 AM
Debbie Horst
Baron family
Thank you so much for posting the photo of the area where the Baron family were buried. I see the tree marks the plot. Are there any headstones or other markers?
Thanks again,
Debbie
Added by Debbie Horst on Jul 24, 2014 7:09 PM
Beeswax
Arthur Chesebrough
Thanks for posting the bio of Arthur Chesebrough. I got on FamilySearch and was able to confirm that he is a descendant of William Chesebrough of Stonington, Connecticut who was also my ancestor (I think all the Chesebroughs are). Another descendant, Robert Chesebrough invented Vaseline. However, my branch were all farmers.
Added by Beeswax on Jul 24, 2014 8:59 AM
KBo
LEET Family
Louis, Thanks for checking and letting me know that there are no headstones in their area. KBo
Added by KBo on Jul 23, 2014 11:35 PM
Beeswax
Elizabeth Chesebrough
I sent you the links for Elizabeth Chesebrough's parents and husband. Her brother was married to a Spreckels. She came from money!

Found this article about her:

San Francisco Call, Volume 109, Number 6, 6 December 1910

POPULAR GIRL IS CLUBMAN'S FIANCEE

Miss Elizabeth Newhall to Become the Bride of Arthur Chesebrough

Mr. and Mrs. William Mayo Newhall have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Newhall, to Arthur Chesebrough. The bride elect is a sister of Miss' Marian Newhall and of. Mrs. Athole McBean and has shared social popularity with her charming sisters. She was .educated in New York and in Europe at the fashionable finishing schools and is a girl of many accomplishments. Since her debut a few seasons ago Miss Newhall has been a conspicuous guest at the Greenway assemblies and at the important social affairs in town and at Burlingame. She passed most of the summer at Santa

Barbara, where she was a favorite in the social affairs of. the south.

Arthur Chesebrough is the son of A. Chesebrough and a brother of Miss Helen and Miss Edith Chesebrough. He also is a social favorite and is a popular clubman. He is a member of the Bohemian, Pacific Union, Marin country club and Burlingame country club.

The groom to be is a member of the firm of Bates & Chesebrough' and is well known in commercial circles. The wedding probably will take place early next year, though no definite date has been fixed.
Added by Beeswax on Jul 23, 2014 6:44 PM
Beeswax
RE: Chesebrough photos
Albert and William E. are now linked to their mother Mary Louise Clark and I have sent an edit request to add Carl as well.

I have not been able to find their father Charles Edwin. He died in Alameda County in 1933 and I would think he should be buried there as well. But when I checked the cemetery website he wasn't listed (the Calif. Death Index mis-spelled his name Cheesebrough).

Elizabeth Newhall Chesebrough was only distantly related. I looked her up and found her listed in the Social Register for San Francisco. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Mayo Newhall and was married to an Arthur Chesebrough (who was the son of Andronicus Chesebrough).
Added by Beeswax on Jul 23, 2014 4:28 PM
Tim Wilkinson
Floyd Wattenbarger
Louis, great job on the photo. Thank you very much, your time and effort are greatly appreciated!!
Added by Tim Wilkinson on Jul 22, 2014 12:29 PM
missprg
James Burnett
Thank you so very much for taking the picture of my ancestor it was real nice of you I appreciate the help
Added by missprg on Jul 22, 2014 11:29 AM
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