|terry pelton (#47796762)|
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|On Ancestry.Com my OWN family tree is named "Bryant-Ricks-Lindsey-Young" |
I'm also helping a non related close friend with his family tree is called "Carrillo, Alejos and Pena"
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Thank you for attempting to find him. I see on the website, a record was found and that we may never find his grave. Take care & thanks for helping others in their searches.
Georgi McDaniel Coldren
Added by gcoldren on Jun 15, 2014 4:10 PM
|Jim Ailstock||RE: Joseph Alejos Carrillo|
You're very welcome and I wish him luck in his search.
|vickie smith hagedorn||Francisco Carrillo photo request|
Just want to let you know, I only know of possibly 3 Catholic cemeteries in Taylor. There is St Mary's and Our Lady of Guadalupe. I don't know of one that's just named "Catholic" Cemetery. I think the Taylor City Cemetery has a Catholic section. If there is one, I'll be more than happy to get the photo for you if you'll give me directions to it.
|Janet Dawkins||How do you know my aunt|
I saw your flowers and was wondering how you know my aunt, Faye Johnson Bryant. I called her Tedo and was not aware that she had other relatives.
Hi Terry: I thought the Valentine flowers were very pretty. Good choice. Chris
Added by macso on Feb 13, 2013 5:13 PM
You are very welcome. Glad to be of help to you. Chris
Added by macso on Feb 13, 2013 2:39 PM
Hi Terry: That's great that you were able to find a photo of your grandfather. I searched ancestry and was able to look at the photo. Now as to flowers. I went to Santa Ana Cemetery's office today. They suggested that you use the Fairhaven Memorial Park Florist. Fairhaven and Santa Ana Cemeteries actually adjoin each other. They said that Fairhaven will bring the flowers to their office, get the location, and place the flowers on the grave. Santa Ana removes their flowers from graves on Wednesday, so you might want to have the flowers placed on that grave on Thursday or Friday.
Then I went to the florist office at Fairhaven Memorial park. They said they do take online orders or phone orders. Their web address is: www.fairhavenmemorial.com. Once on the site, click on Flower Shop. They don't have a wide selection, but I thought what they had were extremely well priced. If you click on Grave Placements under the Flower Shop, I think there are a couple there that are quite nice. The Valentine (could be just to express love), the Easter one is a nice springtime arrangmen, or if he served in WWI the Memorial Day one is nice and for $35 seem extremely reasonable for flowers out here. Their phone number is 714-633-5471 as for Flower Shop.
Hope this helps. Chris
Added by macso on Feb 13, 2013 1:21 PM
I hope to get over there tomorrow. The office, however, is closed off and on all day long. Otherwise I'll look up a couple of florists nearby and ask if they deliver there. I just wanted to make sure that the cemetery office would put the flowers on the grave. The section your grandfather is buried in is 3 or 4 acres and only identified by lot numbers, so it takes alittle looking, but they are very nice there so I hope I find them in the office tomorrow. Chris
Added by macso on Feb 12, 2013 11:35 PM
Hi Terry: Don't give up on me finding a florist. I'm trying to get in touch with the cemetery to ask who delivers flowers most often to the cemetery. However, today is a county holiday so they aren't open and yesterday, they weren't answering the phone. So I am still trying to get some answers for you. Chris
Added by macso on Feb 12, 2013 1:36 PM
Hi Terry: I called the cemetery today to get a location for Michael. They said that they had no listing of him being buried at Fairhaven Cemetery. Chris
Added by macso on Jan 05, 2013 4:26 PM
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