|Ima BC Graver (#47511859)|
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|This is my way of honouring the dead who might otherwise be forgotten. It's always a thrill to be contacted by researchers who appreciate finding their missing family members. Where possible plot information is included to help family and friends locate their loved one. Marker or monument photos show what the grave looks like today, especially helpful for those people who are unable to visit in person. Sadly, sometimes the photos document vandalism.|
I no longer make out-of-guidelines transfers. As always, I am more than willing to make links and replace my bio with a better one. I do not link to dupes, nor to burials unknown. Please use the edit tab to Suggest A Correction!
Due to my photos being lifted and posted to other websites (Ancestry, for example) without permission and/or attribution, I have been forced to add a copyright notice to all of my photos. I may have missed a few, but consider them all copyrighted. When I find them, I absolutely do file a take-down notice under the Digital Millenium Copyright Act, and Ancestry for one has been (promptly!) removing my photos when notified.
You may LINK from your tree to a Find A Grave photo or page, but not copy and paste the photo or content. This includes screenshots.
The Royal BC Museum has posted many BC Archives BMD certificates online. Familysearch.org has also has many BMD certificates. If the one you need is not on either website, I am willing to check the microfilms at the Nelson Municipal Library for you, although it might take some time for me to get there.
FYI • Under the Canadian Protection of Personal Information and Electronic
Documents Act (PIPEDA), "a cemetery headstone and any information on it are
considered to be in the public domain. Therefore, information obtained from these
sources are considered as "open" information which may be released. This is true
regardless of whether or not the people mentioned are living or dead or how long
they have been dead."
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**Thank you to contributor Linda for permission to copy this information in her format.**
|Messages left for Ima BC Graver (315)||[Leave Message]|
|Sharon||Richard Pridgeon 91707187|
Would you consider transferring Richard to me? He is my family member on my great-grandfather's side. And thanks for your work!
Added by Sharon on Oct 25, 2014 9:46 AM
|Darcy Starrs||repeated messages|
Hi Pat: I was having trouble sending the first message. Didn't realize that it sent it more than once. Sorry, Darcy
|Darcy Starrs||RE: Victoria Chubra-Fernie BC|
Hi Pat: Thanks for the explanation. So, the grave stone(s) got worn away ? I have something else to ask you. I think somewhere around the late 1970's my family visited the home of Emma and Mary Chubra ( two of Victoria's daughters ) in Fernie. IN their backyard there was a little building that looked like a garden shed, but apparently was used as a home for a while by my grandpa Andrew Latka and his brother Frank Latka during the time of WWI ? or Maybe WWII. I was wondering if that building is still there ? When my parents died my oldest sister Darlene threw out the only photograph that we had of that shed that was the home of Frank and Andrew Latka at one time. I was wondering if you might be able to find the home of Emma and Mary Chubra ( they are probably not still living ) and see if you can get a photograph of that small building in the backyard,( if it is still there)and pass it on to me ? Thanks, Darcy
|Bruce Nuckowski||Daniel Alton marker|
Thank you very much for the photo,Daniel is my wife's G Grandfather.
Thank you. Bruce
|Darcy Starrs||Victoria Chubra|
Hi : I see that you put a photo onto the page for Victoria Chubra, but what is it exactly that the photo is of ? Thanks, Darcy
|Jeffrey Dixon||Re Milfred Emanuel Dixon|
Thank you again for the gravestone picture of Milfred Emanuel Dixon ... It is so nice to have these pictures of our Dixon family in Fernie
|Jeffrey Dixon||Re Eugene Dixon|
Thanks so much for the picture of my Great Uncle Eugene's gravestone... Jeffrey
|Mark Vernon||Frank Hill|
Thank you for the additional information. This is all I have on Frank at the moment, but I will keep my eye out. Is Frank in your line?
|Steph Scovill||RE: Gigliottis-St. Margaret's-Fernie BC|
Awesome...thanks so much. :) So glad I can finally see their resting places....even if I cant get there in person. Now on to the rest of my relatives!!
|Pat Harrington||RE: Lincoln Rhodes Clubine|
Wow, it surely is a small world. When growing up we lived in Bellingham, WA and drove out to Salmo to visit with my grandparents. First time there they had no running water, an outhouse, a wood stove, a tin roof and a raised wooden walkway that ran to the outhouse and back gate. A couple of times we spent a week on lake Kootenay fishing on the lake. Grandpa and I liked to go fishing together in the early morning. I heard lots of great stories from him. Clubine Prairie was named after him. He had several mines in the area: Tungsten King, Silver Dollar, Clubine Comstock to name a few. It's nice to hear someone there remembers them. Grandma died in Whiterock, BC and is buried in Ferndale, WA. Thanks for bringing back some fond memories!
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