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Dwight Baker (#47306645)
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Bio Photo I live on the Travis and Williamson County border in Texas.

If you find one of your family members that I have created a memorial for, then feel free to request a transfer to you.

If you have family links, I will also be glad to add them for you also.

I take most of the photos I post myself and give you permission to use them or copy them without giving credit. If I took them there will not be a "Used with permission" message on the photo comments. If they have that message then you must obtain your own permission to use them.

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Bea McGill (NZL)
Thank you
Lots will appreciate people listed in the right cemetery.
Added by Bea McGill (NZL) on Oct 07, 2017 3:49 AM
Bea McGill (NZL)
Manukau Memorial Gardens. New Zealand.
Please check which cemetery a person is buried in before listing. Manukau Memorial Gardens database online lists burials for a lot of cemeteries as well as the Gardens themselves.
Added by Bea McGill (NZL) on Sep 28, 2017 5:24 PM
Lazblom
Annie Wilcox
Dwight - It appears that Edward Cregan re married after Ellen died. There is a listing for a marriage between Edward Joseph Cregan and Annie Wilcox in 1920. Annie died in 1924 in Adelaide.
Added by Lazblom on Sep 10, 2017 8:05 AM
Lazblom
Ellen and Edward Cregan
Dwight - Unfortunately there is no headstone on the grave site of Edward Joseph Cregan. I have marked where the grave is and uploaded a pic. The Cemetery records do not show anyone else buried there. As for Ellen I am not able to do anything now as there is no record of where she is buried. Can you please delete her pic request. Larry
Added by Lazblom on Sep 10, 2017 7:52 AM
marilyn wainwright
Gwendoline Mary Dorothy Hedge Clark
Hiya
I seem to have struck a dead end with Gwen's Memorial 182229904.You have her at Manukau Memorial which is quite correct but I have found another Cemetery record for her at Waikumete Cemetery. I am wondering if she was Cremated at Manukau and Ashes burial at Waikumete as I have a plot number. Any help here would be appreciated.
Many Thanks
Marilyn
Added by marilyn wainwright on Aug 24, 2017 11:24 PM
Steve Flora
Jauncey, Cecil Ronald (Data Entry Update)
Hi Dwight ...

Though not a family member, I am researching the Jauncey family of Adelaide, Australia .... and just noticed that you haven't noted Cecil Ronald Jauncey's birthdate on his entry ...

10 December 1893 is when C.R. Jauncey was born ... in West Mitcham, Adelaide, South Australia ...

Regards,
Steve Flora.
Added by Steve Flora on Aug 08, 2017 8:19 PM
MBeaven
RE: Thomas Madigan - 160744557
Thank you.
Added by MBeaven on Jul 03, 2017 3:50 PM
MBeaven
RE: Thomas Madigan - 160744557
Yeah sorry about that. It wasn't until I had sent it that I realised he wasn't even on the data base...duh!
If you want to add him to West Terrace I will up load the photo. He is Thomas Madigan died 26/11/1884 at 43 Years of age. Plot: Catholic Old Area. Grid Ref.: B5. Site Number: 146

Added by MBeaven on Jul 03, 2017 12:42 AM
Texas Roots
Lester Carlisle Shaw
Thanks for updates & Links!!
Added by Texas Roots on Jun 29, 2017 2:51 PM
Pauline Hill
Margaret Angeline Darter
I just accessed the memorial for this woman, and thought I would pass on something I have learned while photo ing stones. If you use an umbrella to cover the stone, it gets rid of the shawdows. Just saying.
Added by Pauline Hill on Jun 12, 2017 3:18 PM
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