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Sorry, Fred's middle name was not Kingsbury. This was my uncle that lived next door to me by whole life. Kingsbury was not his middle name.
Added by CLH on Sep 14, 2017 12:24 PM
|Gail A||RE: C. Richard Ortleva|
You are welcome. I added the gravestone front to the other request you made. I ALWAYS photograph both sides. I don't understand when people don't.
Added by Gail A on Aug 24, 2017 6:35 PM
|William Wilson||Patricia Wilson|
Thank you so much for creating my Mother's find a grave and for transferring it to me. And thank you for all of your work at find a grave. It is appreciated.
I've sent you a longer email via the address you provided online a few days ago. I had forgotten until this morning that I had also emailed you previously -- I'm blaming jet lag, but you can attribute it to whatever cause you enjoy. :)
Added by ewd18 on Aug 01, 2017 11:38 AM
|PMS Sillix||Jon A Ulmschneider|
Your explanation is a possibility, but not a certainly, actually not even likely, especially as there were two obituaries. One from the newspaper and the one from the funeral home. The funeral home giving his name as Jon then in the body of the obituary uses John and later Jon. The newspaper picked up the mistake.
It is not uncommon at all that a person named Jon has to defend his name. It is so easily and often misspelled as it is here.
This is my last message about this. You will use his actual name or you won't. It is one of those things that has genealogists pulling out our hair.
Obituary for Jon Ulmschneider
John Ulmschneider, 43 of Warren, died Wednesday, June 19th at Rhode Island Hospital. Born in Fall River, a son of Carolyn (Robillard) Cichon of Warren and the late Robert Ulmschneider. He was a firefighter for the Town of Tiverton for many years. He was a member of the Warren Fire Department and Past Captain of Rough and Ready Engine Company 5. He was a member of the International Association of Fire Fighters and the Tiverton Local 1703. Besides his mother, he leaves two sisters, Jennifer Cartee of Dorchester, MA and Kristen Ulmschneider of Fall River; a brother, Robert C. Ulmschneider of Somerset; his step mother Elaine Ulmschneider; step grandfather Henry Cichon and his niece and nephew Katie and Sam. Arrangements are with Smith Funeral & Memorial Services, 8 Schoolhouse Road, Warren, where family will receive friends, Monday, June 24th, 4-7pm. Funeral Tuesday, 9am from the funeral home, 10am in St Mary of the Bay Church, 645 Main Street, Warren. Burial in St Jean Baptiste Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Warren Firemens Relief Fund, 1 Joyce Street, Warren, RI 02885. Wjsmithfh.com
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|PMS Sillix||John A. "Jon" Ulmschneider|
Jon is not his nickname, it is his name. I sent you information with 3 sources for his name one being the U.S., Social Security Death Index as follows.
Name: Jon A Ulmschneider
BORN: 5 Jun 1970
Died: 19 Jun 2013
State (Year) SSN issued: Rhode Island (1974)
The fact that the Providence Journal got his name wrong does not mean that you should use the wrong name.
Other sources are:
U.S., Obituary Collection, 1930-2017
BIRTH, MARRIAGE & DEATH
NAME: Jon Ulmschneider
BIRTH: 5 Jun 1970
DEATH: 19 Jun 2013
U.S. Public Records Index, 1950-1993, Volume 1
SCHOOLS, DIRECTORIES & CHURCH HISTORIES
NAME: Jon A Ulmschneider
BIRTH: 5 Jun 1970
RESIDENCE: 1996 - Warren, RI
Regards, PMS Sillix
|Dan Lanteigne||Hy Lanteigne memorial|
Thanks for the transfer
|ashley tratos||paul tratos|
hi, is there any way i can have control of my grandpas memorial? his name is paul tratos and i'd love to be able to update it and know it's in the hands of family, though i do greatly appreciate you starting it.
Thanks! Tommy is one of my favorite people on the planet. It was really nice to meet his brother and sister at the funeral, although, obviously, the circumstances could have been happier.
I'm back on the west coast now so if you come near the Atlantic any time soon, tell it I say hello.
Yours from the inferior coast,
Added by ewd18 on Jun 21, 2017 5:48 PM
|James Hobson||James S. Hogan|
Thank you very much for the prompt memorial creation of James S. Hogan, my grandfather.
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