|Sherri Gassaway (#47697013)|
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I was able to visit a family cemetery in Texas a few years ago. I realized that I had forgotten some pictures. But a very kind person took the time to take pictures of the headstones and upload them on findagrave.com and now I have the pictures. I would like to return the favor. I have lived in Vancouver for 24 years. I recently became a grandmother. I love researching my ancestors and sharing the information I find with my family.|
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|Kelly Rose||RE: Rev Ulycess Forte's headstone|
You are welcome! I went to school with Tracy Forte. I wonder if they are related?
|Janet Johnston Alder||RE: Picture for Lonnie Nettles|
You're welcome! I'm so glad the picture made her happy.
|Ed Smith||Irene Walters Morris|
The memorial note, "Note: b.TX Br. inf Violet E. Hall Stockton, CA; mmn Lowery" reflects she was born in Texas, the burial informant was Violet E. Hall of Stockton CA, and her mothers maiden name was Lowery.
I hope this helps.
All the best.
Added by Ed Smith on Oct 19, 2015 9:29 PM
|Rick Miller||John Wesley Morris|
I am not closely related, so I transferred my memorial to Kathy. She can combine the info and decide which one she wants to keep.
Thanks for pointing it out.
|Kathy Johnson||Duplicate photo for Marie|
Hi Sherri -
It took a while but I was finally able to figure out how to delete the photo and it's done.
Have a great day!
|Prairie wind & her old salt/usnr||RE: Photo of Theo Leona Brown|
You are quite welcome. I was glad to help and I am glad that your family will enjoy and cherish the photo. I am a native California and a semi native Coloradoan. We live about 100 from Ogallala.
Best wish to you are yours
|Tim Allen||Ruby Parry, #121359723|
Thanks for adding the pictures to Ruby's memorial. Are you related to her? If so, I'm happy to transfer the memorial to you. Also, her father Donald.
|Stuart Strout Woodside Skolfield||Georgianna Family|
I have just connected the whole family together. My family that new them were the Labianca
|BBW||RE: Katherine Reudter|
If you stop by the cemetery office, they will give you a map layout of the cemetery which shows the street location of each section, and can print out a detailed map that shows her exact location, and the names of people who are buried in the same area. If you don't see her headstone you may be able to tell exactly where it is if the people buried near her have headstones. Good luck.
Added by BBW on Apr 08, 2015 11:17 PM
Hi Sherri, I transferred Katherine to you. I am glad I can transfer her to one of her descendants. I'm sorry but I can't remember how I found her correct name. I try and do research on each of the memorials I create, and sometimes it involves solving a puzzle. I use ancestry.com, familysearch.org, namesinstone.com, Utah digital newspapers, online Utah death certificates, etc. I believe I probably got the correct spelling from the familysearch.org death records. I know that the cemetery and namesinstone quite often have the wrong spelling or at least variations of a spelling, especially if it is foreign sounding.
Section S of the Salt Lake Cemetery has many, many unmarked graves. I always meant to go and see if Katherine had a marker, but never did. If you don't live in Salt Lake City, let me know and I will try to find it for you, or at least take a photo of the general area she is interred if there is no headstone.
Added by BBW on Apr 08, 2015 6:47 PM
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