|Louis Roth (#47433115)|
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You are welcome to use my photos for your genealogical purposes.|
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.
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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Thank you kindly!!!!
Added by amaliet on Mar 28, 2015 8:10 AM
|DeeBee||RE: Minnie Gilbourne|
I wasn't looking for anything in particular, Louis. I know a great deal about her already: Born in England; married Jamaica-born William Daniel Gilbourne in Wales; emigrated to Australia then from there to California with her daughter. I have her family tree on my web site: http://home.clara.net/daibevan/ons/wc02/wc02_392.htm
Added by DeeBee on Mar 28, 2015 1:47 AM
Louis, Thank you so much for the picture of Minnie Gilbourne's marker - not the most informative, but thank you for taking the trouble nevertheless.
Added by DeeBee on Mar 28, 2015 12:45 AM
|Ronald Signorotti||Tynan headstones|
Thanks for the great photos. You always come through!
Louis - Thanks for the great shots! KBo
Added by KBo on Mar 27, 2015 9:40 PM
Thank you so much for the photograph of the gravesite of George Hindley.
Thank you so very much for the photos and all of the searching you did to get them. Your help is very much appreciated!!
|Devi Zecklin-Davis||Eula Dado|
Thank you for taking the time to get this picture and the others also. Devi Zecklin-Davis
I called as you suggested and I got the information. My uncle, Wallace Donald Tingley is buried in the outdoor masoleum-Garden of Memory. Unit #1, Tier #1, and Crypt #10. He was born in 1918 and died in 1960. The lady that I talked to said it was inside the front gate in the building that spells out Olivet on it. I would appreciate a picture of his marker when you get time to go there. Thank you for doing this for me and also the information to get this far along in my search.
|Melissa OBrian||Re Roy Albert Rice #87648402|
Thanks for the great long shot of the family site.
Wonder if you could get a closeup like on his spouse's, Hazel, memorial for his too?
It probably says Father on it They appear to be side by side from comparing the 2 photos.
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