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Wendy Nason Watson (#46635181)
 member for 13 years, 17 days
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Bio Photo Although I have been a member here for awhile, I have just started adding some of my family.

I am in Modesto California and can help out with local cemeteries.

If I post a photo for YOUR family, you have my permission to use it. I can also email the full size image to you if you request.

Please don't hesitate to ask for a transfer!

To all of those who transfer my family to me, thank you so much. They all love getting tokens as well.

Thanks, Wendy

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Les Ballinger
RE: Thank you Jay photos
Your very welcome Wendy, my pleasure..Regards, Les
Added by Les Ballinger on Sep 28, 2016 1:35 PM
Marilyn Diaz
RE: Guy T. Nason, iii
You did not list him in the cemetery. I will be more than happy to delete my entry once you add yours to the Knights Ferry Cemetery....let me know when that is complete.
Added by Marilyn Diaz on Jun 05, 2016 10:35 PM
RE: Guy T. Nason
Added by Eliza on Jun 05, 2016 10:33 PM
RE: Thank you

Most welcome and it was my sincere honor to do so.

If a moment arises kindly leave flowers for my recently departed and dearest friend Jane; Find A Grave Memorial# 143381594

God bless you too!

Added by Bob on Nov 19, 2015 8:17 AM
George Stierlin
Stierlin family tree
Hello, Wendy
My name is George STIERLIN and I hail from Switzerland. I am very much interested in getting any info you have.
Added by George Stierlin on Oct 16, 2015 7:07 AM
RE: Marit and Herschell Lamb
no, I did know them, and am not related to them.

Thank you for your reply
Added by Anonymous on Sep 02, 2015 10:29 AM
RE: Celia Benson
Sorry for the error.
Added by LinnR on May 12, 2015 8:17 AM
Ray Vallins
RE: Greedus...

No problem I was in the area getting a photo for a relative in Australia, it was only 8 miles further to get yours:

You may use the photo as you see fit: I assume that you have looked at Olive's memorial as I have added the photo to her as well:

I am going to email you direct as I have some other info that you might find interesting:

Regards: Ray
Added by Ray Vallins on Mar 16, 2015 4:28 AM
Chris Doran
RE: Harold Holloway at Charlton
Can you contact your friend and ask if she can recheck her source?

I've looked him up at where maybe she has a sub. I don't, but the free information there says there are 10 other burials at this plot, so it's probably a common grave, and thus most likely in C General (Consecrated cost more!) But Find A Grave isn't very happy about guessed locations, so if all else fails and he's important enough, you really need to grin and pay up! At least you'll be helping another 10 people. For an additional fee DoL offers a grave location map, which would be desirable, though I don't know how specific it will be some of their maps aren't very detailed.

C Gen consists of an area of "normal" graves with headstones and kerbs about 5 rows deep next to the path, and further in a grassed area under trees with only a smattering of miniature headstones less than knee-high which are usually used for children or paupers. I suspect Harold is in this area. I didn't take any photos as it was getting dark by the time I'd given up searching C Gen.
Added by Chris Doran on Dec 01, 2014 3:54 PM
Chris Doran
Harold Holloway at Charlton
Hi, Wendy. There are two Plot Cs at Charlton: Consected and General, both containing graves in the early 1900s. Do you know which Harold one is in? I managed to locate an unmarked grave at C(Con)403 with reasonable certainty this afternoon, but the numbering system (if there is one!) in C Gen defeated me. Regards, Chris.
Added by Chris Doran on Nov 30, 2014 11:17 AM
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