Thank you for the transfer
Added by andieno on Jan 01, 2015 10:43 AM
|gcoldren||Nancy Joan Closser|
Created by: sue
Record added: Aug 22, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 115877887
Nancy was stillborn so birth & death date are the same. Her mother was Thelma Mae McKee (also my mother) and her father was Herbert Closser.
Could you please transfer her to me?
Georgi McDaniel Coldren
Thank you so much.
Added by gcoldren on Jun 15, 2014 3:09 AM
|Gone Gravin ★||RE: Lafayette Stout|
They happen. Thanks for taking care of it!
I have found more info about her. I believe she is Eliza Alzina (Croan) Closser
b. Jul 1838
d. 16 Feb 1913
I don't know if this will help find her or not. I can't believe you went to the cemetery so many times. Perhaps you found her and didn't know...maybe under Eliza Closser or Eliza A Closser. I am not sure. There were so many spellings of Alzina/Elzina and possibly people mixed it up with Eliza. I hope the above is correct.
Thanks for all you have done to try to find her.
Added by gcoldren on Jan 03, 2014 5:31 PM
|NLColes||RE: Forest Harrison|
You are very welcome.
Added by NLColes on Dec 28, 2013 2:35 PM
|Debbie Cockrell||RE: Thank you for adding the following stone pictures|
The Sexton called me last night. He talked to one of the old timers that had been at St. Josephs for 40 years. He remembers the little girls (Rosemary and Deloris). He said they both were buried in St. Josephs, buried in different locations, however both had unmarked graves. No stones. He also said Albert was not buried in the cemetery. The current Sexton said the old timer he talked to had all the paperwork at home with him and was able to look up your kinfolk.
|Ellie's Grandma||Find A Grave Memorial# 104720836|
Thank you so much for taking your time to take the photo of this memorial!
|Bill Kapaun||RE: Jacob Blubaugh|
Church found a Jacob Bubaugh (same burial date) in the burial book. No details other than burial date.
Carol (the church lady) was going to stop by the cemetery on her way home and look at that grave site. (if it didn't get too dark before she got out)
So, when the church record was transposed to Find A Grave, the "L" was added or there WAS a marker and the church made a spelling error in the "book". (not uncommon)
The cemetery was "inventoried "by hand" in 1996 by a friend of mine. He later went over the burial books to add names without markers.
He posted the list on genweb and it was "pirated" by my predecessor, with all errors intact.
Neither spelling is listed in my print outs.
I can find an Edmond (Indiana)& Laura (Washington) Blubaugh in the 1920 census. Ages 29 & 24 and living in Coeur d' Alene.
My gut feeling is that there isn't a marker present at this time.
|Bill Kapaun||Jacob Blubaugh|
I have him on the list of memorials I "inherited", but he is not listed by the church in the burial or lot records.
He WAS listed in the 1996 "inventory" that was done by Jim Makovec. That would "infer" there was a marker for him at that time, since those names were either taken off markers or from the church records.
IF you could provide any additional details, it might help me find WHERE HE IS.
IF a baby for instance, there were certain areas where they buried babies/very young children in that era.
I seriously doubt that there is a current marker for him, since I have "shot" the entire cemetery.
I would like to find a plot location at least and then I can check again when I go over next Spring.
Any details such as age etc. would be helpful.
I have photographed the burial books, but there's a lot of plots and often the penmanship is quite poor. Darn fountain pens! IF I can narrow it down some, maybe??????
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