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Entries are based on grave photos, obituaries and death records. I have photos of most entries, so if there is not a photo on the memorial you are interested in, please enter a photo request and I will get the photo posted if i have one. A warning: my photography leaves something to be desired at times; if you have a better photo, please add it.
I do not include names of living persons in obituaries. Also, a reference should be included in obituaries revealing the source.
I am happy to add family link and extra information into memorials. I almost always try confirm the information. I do not link to burial unknown memorials.
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|Marlene Chaney||RE: James McLean, in Mount Hope cemetery|
Thank you, Bob, for posting the gravestone photos for this McLean family and also for drawing my attention to the fact that young James had his family near him. In the course, of revisiting this family's file I stumbled across the death and burial of their older brother who died here in Minnesota and is buried in Fort Snelling. It always amazes me how the littlest bit of information can lead the way to more.
As for their father Clarence, I am still in a meddle about him. He died in 1972 and should have been with the family - but, who knows, maybe there was a divorce after the 1940 census and therefore, they are not together.
Anyway, thanks again for your help.
|donchicago48||Lourie Cirrincione Photo|
Thank you very much for Lourie Cirrincione Photo. I hope to return the favor.
|Royer Roth||Catherine Clairmont|
Wow...that was very fast! Thank you so much for the photograph!
|Linda||RE: Elizabeth Applebee Townsend|
Added by Linda on Oct 14, 2016 11:08 AM
|Marilynn ||RE: Marvin C Schmidt|
Thank you Bob
Have a great day,
Added by Marilynn on Oct 12, 2016 7:58 AM
Is this mans middle mans really RUTH?
Added by Linda on Oct 11, 2016 7:48 PM
|Debbie B||Freemans at Mount Hope|
Bob, thanks for the photos for the Freemans, and the edits. Always much appreciated.
Added by Debbie B on Oct 11, 2016 7:21 PM
|Mark Race||Thomas and Ann Parkin|
Did you ever get a chance to go through all of the information and documents I sent to you in the emails? Do you know if there is anyone left buried at Channing Street or if everyone was moved to Bluff City?
It has been a couple of months and I thought I would circle around and see if anything new had or different had been found by you.
On another note, I started researching the siblings of Ann Race Parkin's father, Ralph Race. Ralph had a sister Agnes Race, she of course had children & I just located her oldest daughter, her daughters husband and one son also buried at Bluff City Cemetery. It will be very interesting to find out just how many family members are buried at Bluff City, I have a feeling that there are allot more than I image. I am certain I will be making another trip to the cemetery in the near future.
Mark Race, Find A Grave Contributor
|Diana Moore- Medina||RE: Flores|
Thanks so much, for adding the picture of the headstone for Antonio Flores. And updating the info, I appreciate it.
|Debbie B||RE: Snn family at Bluff City|
Bob, thanks for all the info. Much appreciated. Will try to link the Peterson/Petersens, though I suspect there's a missing link--Henry, Martha's first or second husband, was buried in New Orleans in 1900.
Added by Debbie B on Oct 05, 2016 10:27 AM
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