|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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|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
Sherry, compare all the children's names for David and Barbara in the 1870 and 1880 censuses. Her father's name was likely David Franklin Crider. I will be glad to work with you further if you have more questions but it will be a few days before I can get back to you, I buried my husband yesterday.
Added by Lady Nic on Dec 09, 2014 9:04 AM
|Lady Nic||Sarah Lord|
Sherri, I'm not familiar with that family, but here is the link to her online death certificate with parents shown.
Added by Lady Nic on Dec 09, 2014 8:15 AM
|Diane Smith Battershell||Mary Georgeanne Stout|
I'm sorry but I don't know if she had any previous marriages.
|Whitfield||96735814 Chipman, Moody & Virginia|
There is a marker for Mr. & Mrs. Chipman now.
Would you please remove your photo of the grass?
Thanks much :-)
|Donnie||Derden Cemetery Book|
Just about every one who contributed to the upkeep of the Derden Cemetery probably has one. I have one myself. It's a loose leaf stapled manuscript that was published in 1999. That's when people bought copies to help off set expenses for printing. I don't know who you'd contact to get one.
Added by Donnie on Apr 09, 2014 5:15 PM
Sherri, I got the info from the Derden Cemetery Association book that lists all of the burials at Derden Cemetery. It lists info on tombstones, etc.
Added by Donnie on Apr 09, 2014 2:13 PM
|Doreen Morelli||Not a problem.|
Any time you need a change or transfer is fine. I would rather have them right and fully updated.
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