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Debbie Ellsworth Hamernick (#47504519)
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Bio Photo A recent genealogy buff. Going through all my mothers genealogy stuff got me going. Find A Grave has been a great resource and I want to pay back for all the great information I have received.
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C Flores
RE: Max Hall
There is a record in Salt Lake City Cemetery

Burial Information: HALL, MAX DAREL

Birth: 0/0/1925
Death: 10/22/1925
Burial: 10/22/1925
Place of Birth: SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
Place of Death: OGDEN UTAH
Grave Location: Salt Lake City Cemetery , U_18_14_1E

You can edit the Find A Grave record with this new information and resubmit the request. is a handy link for finding anyone buried in Utah.
Added by C Flores on Jul 23, 2014 8:53 PM
Patrick Hanson St Josephs
Patrick does not have a marker yet, only the temporary funeral home marker. I will upload a photo of that for now. You might want to add a new photo request, and I can check later this summer. Sometimes, it takes a long time for the marker to arrive.
Added by kateb on Jul 20, 2014 3:47 PM
Memories From The Mist
RE: Canon
You're very welcome...glad I could help a little...take care...
Added by Memories From The Mist on Jul 18, 2014 2:33 PM
Steve Palmberg
RE: DeJarlais
thanks, I was just in Anoka the other day, decided to quickly check out cemetery. Found no map, so unsure how to locate, but I just started walking around and found grave within a minute or two, pure luck...Steve

Added by Steve Palmberg on Jul 11, 2014 11:33 AM
J Fearing
Joseph & Francis Copa
Hi, I hopefully fulfilled your photo requests for Joseph & Francis Copa who are supposed to be buried in the Sacred Heart Old cemetery in Flensburg, Mn. There was only one marker/stone with the Copa name on it. It did not have any first names on it and there were no foot markers or any other markers around it. I did put the photo of the Copa stone on their memorial pages though. Let me know if that is incorrect as I can remove it if need be. Ok, J Fearing
Added by J Fearing on Jul 06, 2014 6:38 PM
Godfrey DesJarlais and Rochelle DeJarlais at St. Vincent Cemetery
Per the St. Vincent website

this Godfrey DesJarlais should be in Section 4. However, there is no headstone or ground marker actually in that part of section 4. Other DeJarlais graves around where he should be include Arthur/Claire, Frank/Obeline, John/Obline, and a Mose DeJarlais. All of these people have photos on their memorial pages already.

As for Rochelle, the website gives her name as Rochelle Marie DeJarlais, b./d. 3 April 1987. She is supposed to be in Section 2, but again, there is no headstone or ground marker for her. The grave that sits where she should be, and which has the exact same sec/lot/grave number, is a Joseph F. DeJarlais (1944-1986). Perhaps Rochelle is buried with her grandfather?? According to the headstone, Joe's wife Sarah may still be alive. Perhaps you could contact her, or the children listed. Sorry I couldn't be more help.

The other Godfrey DeJarlais was buried in 1888 per the church website. He shares an obelisk stone with a Madaline DeJarlis, d. 15 May 1889 age 64. They are buried in the OLD section, and each already has a photo on their memorial page.
Added by LVaughn on Jul 05, 2014 6:40 PM
Steve Palmberg
RE: Blanchette's
the map/search is great...look at map, go right to site, can tell within minutes if monument exists or not, wish other cemeteries were like this! you can even count the number of rows in, from the cemetery road or edge of the section, and then count number of grave sites from the end of a row, even nice to have names of neighboring grave sites so can easily tell if memorial is missing/should be there, could not be anymore helpful in search. narrows it down to minutes vs. walking row after row. They even have helpful signage listing what section is which along the cemetery road.
Added by Steve Palmberg on Jul 02, 2014 2:16 PM
Steve Palmberg
RE: Blanchette's
maybe easier to photograph every monument and just eliminate the few who are not your relatives?
Added by Steve Palmberg on Jul 02, 2014 1:36 PM
John Uhlman
Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery
No, the name should not be changed. There are several cemeteries on that plot of land. There is Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery which is in the middle and in the front. Wanderer's Rest is in the back, Lebanon Baptist is to the south and in the back of that section, and then the Northern section is St. Paul's.
Added by John Uhlman on Jun 27, 2014 2:30 PM
RE: Jackson
Good luck with your search!
Added by djd25 on Jun 27, 2014 8:17 AM
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