|Malcolm D. Wilcox||Head Stone needs to be instaled|
My mother wonts to have a head stone placed for her grand father Charles Frederick Zorn memorial# 82882003,it is unmarked as of now.Plot: Southwood Lawn, lot 16, Gr 2. need to know the cost & to whom to pay as well a photo of it so I can post on memorial. Thanks Malcolm
|Sherlene Hacker||1935 and 1965 Photos Posted from Hollywood|
They are of my great grandparents graves, 91718354 and 99778902 if you are interested.
|RozaSharn||Infant &Children's Cemetery?|
Do you know of an "Infant & Children's Cemetery" in Houston? I'm trying to locate the grave of my half sister who was a stillborn. The only thing any of the family remembers is they thought it was at an Infant Cemetery. I'm thinking it was probably a section of a larger cemetery. I've sent off for a death certificate in Austin (even sent the $20 or whatever the charge was) and never heard anything. Anybody??
|gone_fishing - unless_you_email||Henry T. Rue and family|
Don't know if this is an appropriate question or not? I'm looking for a cemetery for Catherine (McCarthy) Isenhour. She's listed as a mother-in-law in Henry T. Rue's household on the 1900 census. Is there a way to find out if she and/or Henry's wife are also interred there?
|Bearkat91||Joyce Ann Hajovsky|
Looking for her plot number and possibly a picture of her headstone.
b. 24 Oct 1952 d. 13 Feb 1954
Thank you so much!
|Ted Crayne||Seeking Assistance|
I am confused between Historic Hollywood Cemetery and the other Hollywood Cemetery also known as Olivewood. I am looking for my great uncle (and aunt?). His death certificate states he was buried in "Holy wood" Cemetery. He died in 1927 and would be listed as either "A. E. Shipley" or "Albert E. Shipley". Any assistance you might be able to provide would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much. Ted Crayne 47235659
|Brown Joseph||Special Thanks to Corine|
Thank you for your assistance today in helping find the burial location of my relative Pearl Smith (#75516417). You were kind to help me especially since I had inadvertantly left my find a grave information back in Austin. Regards, Joe Brown
|jeff adams||Duane Dike Morris|
Hello I was wondering if you could post a photograph of Duane Dike Morris grave marker. He is in plot G lot 21.
He was a pretty famous race driver during the 20's who tragically lost his life in a racing crash in Texas.
Thank you for the help in locating my 2nd great grandmother. The lady who helped us was very nice and I appreciate that very much.
New management is GREAT! So glad to have someone there with an interest in the history and upkeep of the old records etc... :)
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