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Linda Evans (#47172370)
 member for 8 years, 6 months, 10 days
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Rick Valentine
RE: William Sargeant
Linda: William Sargeant's grave is not marked. I did find a marker for 50-G-90 and 49-G-90, Id did not find a marker for 48-G-90 or 47-G-90 (William Sargeant). I posted a photo of where he is buried and posted plot information on the photo.

Added by Rick Valentine on Oct 15, 2017 7:49 PM

Rick Valentine
RE: William Sargeant
Linda: Glad this is the right person, I will look for a marker for him the next time I am at Fairmount. Chances are not good I will find anything in this section, but you never know. I linked him to Margaret.

Added by Rick Valentine on Oct 12, 2017 9:28 AM

Rick Valentine
RE: Margaret Sargeant
Linda: Their is a William Sargeant at Fairmount Cemetery in Spokane. He is buried in the County burial section (Pauper Section), so very little information on him. I did a page for him #184189584 if this looks like who you are looking for let me know. Any further information would help...
Chances are not good that there is a marker in the Pauper Section but sometimes their is an exception.

Added by Rick Valentine on Oct 11, 2017 12:16 PM

Rick Valentine
RE: Margaret Sargeant
Holy Cross does not show a William H. Sargeant as being buried at Holy Cross. They do have a Pauline C. Sargeant died in 1963.

Added by Rick Valentine on Oct 10, 2017 3:18 PM

sthurner
Edith Kaylor
I made the correction for her mother, no problems.

Sherry

Added by sthurner on Aug 06, 2017 9:07 AM

Shellorella
Spriesterbach, Mabel
Hello. I processed your information to add to this memorial. I have a question about the dates. The birth and death dates would have made this person 12 years old at the time of death, yet still with a maiden name. Is that accurate? Thank you for your help.

Added by Shellorella on Aug 06, 2017 6:08 AM

Four Leaf Clover
RE: Esther Shade
Hope having a photo of her grave helps, even without a headstone.

There aren't a lot of markers around where she's buried so it's hard to know if she ever had a headstone or not. I'm guessing she probably did.

It's an old cemetery - the first burial was in 1852 - and some markers have been vandalized, stolen, or just weathered away over time and Esther's was probably one of them.

Added by Four Leaf Clover on Jul 05, 2017 2:13 PM

Nathan Haines
Goodman's
Hi,
I done did it. I got the pics for the Goodman graves. I put captions on the area shots if you care to click on those pictures to see that.
I put a "before" and "after" picture on Shirley's page. Which do you like better the before or the after picture. :-] I will delete the one you like the least, ok?
Nathan

Added by Nathan Haines on Jun 30, 2017 9:58 AM

Nathan Haines
Mabel S Anderson Goodman
Hi,
You put in a request for pics of Mabel S Goodman's grave in Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
I discovered that she is buried by a Eugene "Gene" Goodman 1921-1966 and a Shirley H. Goodman 1893-1966
Nobody has ever made pages on Find A Grave for this Eugene or Shirley Goodman. They are obviously related to Mabel right. They are buried next to her.
Do you want to make pages for them on Find A Grave?
If you make the pages can you put in a request for pics of their graves too? When I go back up to the cemetery tomorrow to get pictures I will clean up their graves too when I am there and get pictures of their graves also.
Nathan

Added by Nathan Haines on Dec 20, 2016 8:04 PM

Bob # 46991349
RE: Lewis
Linda,

I checked with Sunset View Cemetery on Arthur as that was the only info I could find and they said they did not have him. I would need Anne's DoD to check further on her.

Bob

Added by Bob # 46991349 on Nov 08, 2016 5:00 PM

Bob # 46991349
RE: Blanche and Raymond Lewis
You are very welcome.

Yes, all three were cremated. They are in the Urn Garden section on a side of a hill, Row: 12; Grave: 83-A.

Also, there is a Percival D. Lewis, 1893-1953, next to them in Grave: 82-A. Photo is available.

Bob

Added by Bob # 46991349 on Nov 07, 2016 5:45 PM

Jan Fenter
Evans, in Lincoln Memorial Park Mausoleum
Hello Linda,
I'm doing a photo project at the mausoleum at Lincoln Memorial Park. I found, and have taken photos of, the crypts for the following Lewis family members for which you have created memorial pages:
Chester Elwood Lewis 57890932
Lawrence Phillip Lewis 57890962
Cecily Mae Starr Lewis 113147553 [first name on the crypt is spelled Cicely.]

I also found the crypt for Chester's wife, Elizabeth, to the left of his crypt. There wasn't a memorial page for her so I've created one, 169527387. I placed photos on her memorial page, and have linked her to Chester.

In your Bio, it looks like you live close enough to take the photos yourself, but if you would like me to upload the same type of photos I've posted to Elizabeth's memorial page, please contact me.

Jan

Added by Jan Fenter on Sep 07, 2016 4:13 PM

hollaw
RE: George A Reinhart
Hi Linda, no problem! Happy to help :)

Added by hollaw on Sep 01, 2016 7:15 AM

V.M.T.
RE: Fanny C Davis
You are very welcome. Fill free to use the news article or any photos that I might post on this web-site. We are not able to find a headstone or marker at this time, nor her final resting site. We are so glad you were able to find out more information.

Added by V.M.T. on Jul 22, 2015 9:45 AM

GMT
Fannie Davis, photo request
I am a volunteer in the Marysville City Cemetery,
there is no headstone for Fanny in the cemetery, not to say that at one time there might have been. Due to years of flooding in the cemetery it would be difficult to locate the metal marker number as well. I will have her memorial up-dated on find a grave and my daughter just found an obit on line for her death and it will be added. So please check back to her memorial as this should be done soon.

Burial Book records for Fanny are kept at Marysville City Hall on page five.

Fanny ( not Fannie )C Davis
49 years female, white, married, born in Vermont, no record place of death, cause of death was apoplexy, Dr Hamlin, metal marker # 115 City Cemetery

Added by GMT on Jul 21, 2015 9:58 AM

NLColes
RE: Elnora White
Linda,
You're very welcome.

Nadine

Added by NLColes on Jun 01, 2015 8:45 PM

NLColes
RE: Elnora White
Take a look at the photo comments.

Added by NLColes on May 30, 2015 7:21 AM

Bob Dolan
RE: Della Dolan
Thanks Linda for the information. She is the wife of my ggrandfather's brother, Michael Dolan.

Added by Bob Dolan on Apr 04, 2015 3:28 PM

Robert Kooren
85704060 grave number
Linda - I see you added the photo of Elizabeth Heck Metz. I am the great grand son of one of her husbands brothers Ludwig Metz.

I'm working on family history and hope you might have the names, dates, etc. of her parents.

If you have any other info about the Metz family, Peter her spouse would be great.

Added by Robert Kooren on Dec 15, 2014 4:48 AM

Erin
RE: Joseph Evans
Hi Linda,

Find A Grave only allows 5 photos on unsponsored memorials, which is why I asked if you wanted the headstone photo replaced. You would have to delete yours so I could add mine. I can just email you the photo if you like and you can decide. If you sponsor the memorial for $5 you can add I think up to 20 photos plus is removes the adds and puts a little heart next to the name in the index. let me know

Erin

Added by Erin on Oct 27, 2014 8:12 AM

butterfly
RE: Marston
You are welcome to use any of the photos that I have put on Find A Grave, please just note the source. If I have made any memorials that are your family, just let me know and I would be glad to transfer them.Thank you

Added by butterfly on Sep 27, 2014 6:38 AM

Jhere McKenzie
RE: Elspeth Andrews
You are so welcome! Whatever I can do to help, just let me know. Happy Day, Jhere

Added by Jhere McKenzie on Aug 21, 2014 6:56 PM

Joy
RE: Ed Beal
You are most welcome. It was my pleasure.

Added by Joy on Jun 09, 2014 9:48 AM

J McL
Irwin Kennedy
"It appears that Irwin Kennedy, #44249660 and Ervin James Kennedy, #11369475 are the same people. Since there is a gravestone pictured on #44249660 website with the spelling "Irwin Kennedy," assuming that is the correct spelling. However, #11369475 has more complete information and contains the links to other relatives. Please do what you can to combine these two records."
Linda...you had me transfer his wife to you long ago & then duplicated this entry. Someone else caught it & sent me the note above. Could you delete yours since I have the photo from 2009 & then re-enter the family links. I will transfer this over to you when you tell me to.....
Judi

Added by J McL on May 30, 2014 9:47 PM

Hazel
RE: Mary Whiteford Diamond
There is several gravesites with the name Diamond in the Craig cemetery but Mary is not listed on the marquee as one of them. This cemetery was formed about the time of her death so there is a possibility she is there but not on the records. Also a possibility someone made an assumption she was buried in the cemetery when she was buried on a homestead. Fairview is the oldest part of the Craig Cemetery. Good Luck in your search for her burial site.

Added by Hazel on May 30, 2014 6:05 PM

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