Please feel free to use any photos which I have uploaded for your family research work. i also add any information that i may find so if you have any other than what i have provided please feel free to send me a message
In conclusion, I wish to extend a special thanks to all the other contributors and researchers. with out all of you.. this would not be possible
I took a photo of the grave location for Brocato. According to his obituary, his name is Frank P. Brocato. He was the husband of Frances Cecile Poretto Brocato. His actual death of death was June 23, 1935. He was originally buried at St. Vincent de Paul Cemetery.
I requested the appropriate changes to his memorial.
Maiden name of a married individual, if known (otherwise leave blank); the maiden name is automatically italicized and is only used if the individual was married and took the spouse's last name as their new last name. If the deceased was never married, then the last name is placed in the "Last Name" field, NOT in the "Maiden Name" field.
Lee A Tune, Jr Memorial 7641689 Once again, I am requesting that you remove the "photo" you placed on this memorial. You have placed it as if it was a headstone photo, which it is not. It is only appropriate as a "flower". Please honor my request. Thank you
Robert Lee Caswell ~ Shannon Rose Hill Just to let you know that I was able to confirm with the cemetery here in Fort Worth, Texas (Shannon Rose Hill) yesterday that he is not buried on their grounds. But, after a little searching, I was able to find him at Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier, California (Section 4, Vista Lawn, Lot 7776, Space 4), so you may want to update his memorial with his actual burial place in California. Also, would you like a copy of the Texas Death Certificate for Robert Caswell? If so, I can upload it to his memorial, or I can send it to you... just let me know, I do not like to upload death certificates without asking first.
RE: william anderson #31920333 He wanted to visit his sister, Elizabeth Groff. She was living there and her husband worked for the railroad so they arranged the visit. He died there. It was not affordable to bring him back to Missouri. He is buried next to her. Her husband is buried at Buck Elk Cemetery here in Summerfield MO
William Zorn Hello, I saw your edit on William J. Zorn. Please send me a reference that documents a middle name of "Gessu" instead of "J". I am related to this family. Also please remove the photo of this grave marker. His grave is unmarked at Martin Cemetery. Thanks!