|Bernard Johnson (#575)|
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Resident of Southern California. Native of San Francisco Bay Area. Enjoy searching for notable gravesites and those of interest to me.|
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AlbqFirefly, B.J. Waters, B.L. Kirby, Chris Mills, David G. Stuart, Dear Jayne, James Lacy, Kathy Salazar, Melissa, Paul Pierce, Romper90069, Samantha, Scott Gatze, sue, Tropico Gravers
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|GOOFFSON||marion robert gray|
thank you for the info. i added it to his memorial
Added by GOOFFSON on Sep 02, 2014 7:35 PM
|B.J. Waters||RE: Hervey|
There is something that I learned once on the forums: The Admins can retrieve anything that has been deleted. Messages, memorials, photos, etc. So if you ever need them to, they can do that. They can view anything behind the scenes.
It's good to know, but it also makes you more careful.
|William Ridge||RE: George C. Thomas Jr.|
I will gladly add a bio for George C. Thomas if you can help with some information. I do know that he designed Whitemarsh GC near Philadelphia and Rivera in the LA area.
I added his memorial because of George's marriage to Ednah Ridge. However, it turns out that Ednah and I are not related.
|R. Boulware||RE: Charles Weber III & May Sinnott Weber.|
I finally snapped a few shots inside the Weber Crypt a few days ago. The pictures can be found attached to their memorial pages. Chas.Weber III & Mary Sinnott Weber are included. I believe I've added all who are interred inside the Weber Crypt to Findagrave.
It is an above ground tomb.
Added by BJGS on Aug 17, 2014 3:35 PM
|BJGS||RE: Leet crypts|
they were right inside the door i entered. they were about three tiers up. they have removed the sky lights for cleaning so there is more light than usual in the halls
Added by BJGS on Aug 16, 2014 1:41 PM
|B.J. Waters||RE: Love That Name|
Haha! I like it! Conjures up the image of an old favorite. I had to google him to remember when Wolfman Jack died. I forgot that it had been so long ago. Time sure flies.
Thanks for sharing!
|Mr. & Mrs. Delatorre||Lorenzo Balbi|
Thank you for sending in an edit for Lorenzo as well as some info for a bio. I always love to learn more information about those that I have photographed :)
|B.J. Waters||RE: IPC|
No, actually, the person who designed the webpage is an Office Administrator who gives out locations to us all the time via e-mail. They are very nice and helpful to the point of going overboard sometimes. I know it says they will charge for photos, but twice now I've had them take the photo for me when the marker was an up-high niche in a dark corner of a mausoleum. They know that I am putting them on Find A Grave and I do have their permission. I have even asked them if there was a charge and they said no.
So I'm not sure why they have that on the website. It was re-designed several years ago. It was nice to have the inclusion of the maps, because when I first started, I had to go into the office every time I needed a map.
At first I thought they were nice because I am a customer of theirs, but I think they are that way to everyone.
Some of us have had to have gravestones literally unburied from up to 10 inches, and they never complain about doing it.
My Mom grew up (halfway) in Inglewood, went to Inglewood High, etc. and I have lived here and in the vicinity all of my life, so IPC is special to me. I bought my Mom a niche in the old Mausoleum and I have a crypt in Sunset Mission.
|Bill Davis||RE: Claudia Walne|
I just heard back from Sunset View and they tell me that Claudia McCann is buried in an unmarked grave next to her husband, in Palm 3 Section, Row 33, Grave 3. Rev. E N Walne is in Grave 4. Thank You for calling this to my attention. Bill
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