|Barb OD (#47434609)|
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I am interested in entering and linking as many of my family members as possible for the use of future generations.|
If I post any information or photos all users are free to make a copy of these and repost them to other websites.
The more information made available the better for future generations.
As another find a grave contributor stated:
Who would hold hostage - under the pretense of copyright - the photo of a grave stone?
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|Ima BC Graver||Edith May (Magee) Cline-#96809091|
I will accept the edits re birth date and place, as I know that 1909 death certificates are frequently sketchy. I will then correct the place of death back to Cranbrook. Kootenay-Boundary Regional District is almost three hours to the west (the boundary is between Salmo and Fruitvale BC).
F.A.G. dropdown fields are still flaky regarding BC Regional Districts; sometimes they drop down and sometimes not. The equivalent of the County Finder Utility is not yet working, at least not that I've ever seen.
|Ima BC Graver||Charles Magee-98876558 & Family|
It's been a while since I looked at Cranbrook Catholic Cemetery, so I followed some of your clues. Edith's death certificate said her husband was Edward, but the marriage certificate said William Edward Cline. He's buried in Forest Lawn in Burnaby, as is his mother-in-law Delia (Devany) Magee.
Delia's informant was her daughter Florence K. McDermot, also buried in Forest Lawn.
I suspect "Ed Cline" might be a stillborn child of W. Edward's and Edith's, but Cranbrook wasn't as strict about registering stillbirths as, say, Rossland.
Good luck, and enjoy following more clues!
|Vita Brevis||Emil Lambrecht|
Greetings Barb - I believe Emil is the son of William & Susanna Lambrecht of Stiles, WI. I looked at several census records on Ancestry and it appears so. There several brothers and sisters. John
|Marguerite||Saint Mary's in Anchorville, St. Clair Co., Michigan|
This will help you out - there are 2 St. Mary's and Saint Mary's Cemeteries in St. Clair County - very confusing - one is in the City of St. Clair and the other is in Anchorville. You want the one in Anchorville-Fairhaven:
|El Memorializer||Mother's Memorial|
I have transferred your mother's memorial to your care per your request. Sorry for your loss.
|Family Finder||RE: Carlson headstone photos|
No problem =)
I claimed your request for Carl Carlson -- he wasn't anywhere near Bertha or Henrik, but I'll find him.
|N. Dale Talkington||Western Talkingtons|
Since you are apparently more closely related to this branch of the family tree than I am, I would be delighted to transfer the several Memorial Pages I have collected over the years. Just give me the Word.
|Douglas J. Trainor||Johanna Barden (became Martin)|
Thank you Barb OD -- Johanna Barden (after marriage Martin) is my second great grandmother.
|C Gengler||RE: Margaretha Ziegler King|
Hello Barb, It is my guess that the mother is buried in the same cemetery as the father. I had taken photographs this fall and I am now entering them. This is an old cemetery, one of the oldest around here. Many of the stones are very hard to read. So perhaps I will come across her tombstone. If not the next step is looking into the old church records. I think that would be very interesting and fun. If I find her I will let you know. Thanks, Cindy
|Phillip||RE: Anna Yvonne Larvey Hmielewski|
Real fun trying to take her picture with the overhead light and the back wall being so close. Those side shots came out the best. ;-)
Added by Phillip on Jan 10, 2014 12:17 AM
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