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|Scott G (#453)|
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I fell into gravehunting naturally, having been into doing my family genealogy since high school. I had been seeking out the graves of my ancestors, and quite by accident, stumbled onto the grave of a Hollywood celebrity nearby. In my spare time, I love researching old Los Angeles, with particular interest in architecture, and love spending time with my wife and two teenaged children.|
I realize that many of the memorials I have created are for prominent personalities. I have not endeavored to write the biographies that they deserve, but I would welcome submissions to enhance the entries.
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Probably from the very list you worked on. I got it from Home of Peace.Jewish Genealogic Society of Los Angeles 1995 Mount Zion Cemetery Burial Inex.
My friend, Larry Luna is going to get a photo.
|Larry Tally||Margaret Long|
I have updated the memorial for Margaret Long with the additional information you furnished. Thank you for your help.
|B.J. Waters||Mary Rowan|
Thank you! All the additional info has been added.
|Chidori||RE: Re: Eli Orowitz|
Yeah, it's a mystery. All I've found on Mr. Gray was the marriage certificate of M. Malcolm Gray to Hana Publicker (in VA), 1940's census where Michael M. Gray is married to Hana and living in Delaware (Eli Orowitz is on a 1940's census married to Peggy, living in PA), and someone named Michael M. Gray who was born Nov 18, 1901 in VA and died Nov 5, 1962 in CA.
Added by Chidori on Jul 11, 2017 9:09 AM
|Jim Craig||RE: Max and Bertha Frank|
Member #453 - I feel like I'm in the presence of royalty! Jim Craig (#46551563)
|Jim Craig||Max and Bertha Frank|
I'll transfer mine to you and you can do whatever you want to fix the duplicates.
|Starfishin||RE: Nancy Cooch # 167927246|
Thanks for your quick response.
I'm going to have to go back through all my notes --it's been a while -- and see who it was that insisted the cemetery I now have the memorial in is the correct cemetery. Maybe it is the person who made some of the links? Usually I acknowledge the person who suggests a change (if I make it) that is based on information I didn't have. There's also a transcription of the grave marker that must have been provided by someone -- I have to accept transcriptions or they don't post -- and presumably that transcription came from the person who asked that I move the cemetery I originally had cited.
I am sorry -- it is my practice to note the sources of additional information in anticipation of exactly this kind of situation. I wish I knew what happened here.
Do you mind sharing the information upon you based your suggested change? Thanks much.
|Starfishin||Nancy Cooch # 167927246|
You wrote: Nancy is buried with her second husband at the Du Pont de Nemours Cemetery in Wilmington
Thanks. I have received suggestions about internment/stones in several different places. Could some of them be cenotaphs? Could ashes have been buried in several places? Should memorials be cross-referenced? Thanks for your help.
I asked a friend to get this one. James
Hey Scott, A friend of mine got this for your memorial. James
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