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|Bernard Johnson (#575)|
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Resident of Palm Beach, Florida. Formerly of Santa Monica, California. Native of San Francisco Bay Area. Cemetery enthusiast who enjoys searching for notable gravesites and those of interest to me.|
"That which is so universal as death must be a blessing"
Inscribed over the entryway at Woodlawn Cemetery, West Palm Beach, Florida (author unknown)
"In life we weep at the thought of death. Perhaps in death we weep at the thought of life".
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H.F. Bertelsen is in crypt I-372, but Olive is in the unmarked crypt next to him, I-379, according to the office staff. I thought it might be so, since her name wasn't on the same crypt as her husband, but I-379 doesn't have the little brass ring for the flower vase, which, at IPC, means that the crypt is not vacant.
PS - Sorry I didn't have a chance to add the photos yesterday. I was exhausted last night.
|B.J. Waters||William and Orville White|
Oh no! I wonder why the person who created these memorials put them in that cemetery? I'm finding that that happens alot around here; people "plop" them and then don't verify if it's the right location. I'll get in touch with the manager of the memorials.
Thanks for trying!
I'll respond to your latest email later today.
|B.J. Waters||Grover Ferris|
Thanks for the info! That is something a guy with your background would definitely know! Haha.
When I took a photo of this guy as a request I noticed several letters were missing. I sent a photo to Dennis and look what they did. NICE!
|Drew Dabney||RE: Boughton|
OK I got Elbert at Woodlawn Cem. and we can put the info on mine if you want and put her picture their too. I may have to do the info. let me know
|Vickie Straitz||RE: Adler grave|
You are very welcomed. It is a beautiful lot, surrounded by 12 beautiful trees and 8 benches. It is so much nicer in person. Wish I could catch that in a photo. I've taken alot of photos at Clover Hill, so if your need of any others, let me know.
|Marty Tommer||RE: Eve Marx|
I don't think I ever thanked you for getting the Pix of my friends Grave Marker (Eve Marx).
I thank you now very much.
|Chuck Johnson||Martin Johnson and father and mother|
You are certainly welcome and it is a pleasure. The picture of Martin brought an immediate memory of him, a high school friend bless his soul. I also uploaded his mother's marker photo. Thank you for first obtaining and listing the marker locations, it made it easier.
|M W Olivia||Mark Laurence Waterman #86409108|
Thank you for leaving a lamp light on my late husband's memorial page. Your kindness means the world to me.
M W Olivia
|B.J. Waters||Paul Repath|
Hi Bernard! I found a total of 10 Repaths in lot 66. Only two already had memorials, so I created the rest of them. Some of them have obvious relationships; the rest I could only guess at so I won't link them until I know for sure. The only thing I can tell from the CADI is that Kenneth, Ruth, and the youger Charles must be siblings, as they all have the same maiden name of mother, Holman.
If you have any info or links on this family, please let me know.
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