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K (#46537737)
 member for 12 years, 1 month, 24 days
James Hill
Thank You Very Much for his middle name & location.

I've upated his mem. w/ what you gave me & also made other updates to it.

Thanks Again!

Added by FamTreeHunter on Mar 29, 2014 12:17 AM

Ken Thompson
RE: Anne Jane Hoshack Costello
Photo requests posted. HOWever -- had a case where distant grand(?) uncle was actually listed on 2 stones, 1 for each wife, in 2 widely separated cemeteries. Luckily, stumbled on a direct descendant of his at a county geneo society, who actually knew where his g-grandfather was buried.

Added by Ken Thompson on Mar 28, 2014 12:08 PM

Ken Thompson
RE: Anne Jane Hoshack Costello
Good point. Wilco.

Added by Ken Thompson on Mar 28, 2014 12:00 PM

Ken Thompson
RE: Anne Jane Hoshack Costello
Problem here is, she's shown on the cemetery map at St Michael on Adams Ridge (Hoshack family plot?), but the death certs for her and her husband both specify Riverside Cemetery. Seeing that she & her husband died only a few months apart, would lean toward Riverside? A local contact would be helpful.

Added by Ken Thompson on Mar 28, 2014 8:20 AM

Bill Lee, The Baseball Undertaker
RE: John Welaj
He's interred in a mausoleum at Moore Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Arlington TX. Check out


Bill Lee

Added by Bill Lee, The Baseball Un... on Mar 27, 2014 7:26 PM

gail powers
RE: Martin Agronsky
See you requested this before. Sorry I didn't respond, but I suspect your first request was inadvertently dumped.
Agronsky is at King David Memorial Gardens. This cemetery is administered by National Memorial Park on Hwy 29 just outside of Falls Church, Va and is located immediately to the north and separated by a road. National Memorial can supply you with an exact location though he is in Section 15 and a stone's throw from Red Auerbach.
By the way, thanks for the info on the book about the Peterson-Grossberg case. I'm still having a hard time processing their motives.
Have you ever id'd the location of the remains thought to possibly be Belle Gunness in the LA area? The woman in question was named Esther Carlson.
Keep up the outstanding work. Fascinating stuff.

Added by gail powers on Mar 26, 2014 6:44 PM

Sheila Tyler Houvener
RE: Norma Tyler
Ahh, I see now, she was cremated and her ashes were spread there.

Added by Sheila Tyler Houvener on Mar 26, 2014 6:19 PM

Sheila Tyler Houvener
Norma Tyler
Just wondered how you found the information about where my aunt Norma was buried? They didn't have a funeral and the information wasn't included in her obituary.

Added by Sheila Tyler Houvener on Mar 26, 2014 5:48 PM

Everett Mefford
Forman Tylerş
Thank you so much for the information - It has been taken care of

Added by Everett Mefford on Mar 26, 2014 4:45 PM

Harlan K. Sims
Thank you for the additional info for Mr. Sims.


Added by CHS on Mar 25, 2014 5:04 PM

Hi K
Thank you for letting me know about the two memorials for my sister Marie Anderson,
I do know about it because one memorial is mine and the other is my husband's memorial for her. We kept them because of the flowers on them.

Added by Michael on Mar 25, 2014 3:29 PM

RE: Burial Updates
Thank you so much K. I am always grateful for the help.


Added by C.S. on Mar 24, 2014 2:43 PM

Eman Bonnici
RE: Peter
Hi K.,

Thanks for your interest. I won't think you'd be able to find any material regarding his birth in New York, for he hailed from Zejtun, Malta, but the date is correct. He could also have perished in New Jersey, not necessarily in New York. Other researchers have suggested the T.A. Gillespie Explosion, where according to a September 1918, he was employed. The explosion occurred a month later. So far, no one has been able to trace once single record which confirms this theory; should you come across anything similar, it would be very much appreciated from my end.


-- Eman

Added by Eman Bonnici on Mar 24, 2014 12:07 AM

Bear Hugs
RE: Madeline Klatzel
Thank you K!!

Added by Bear Hugs on Mar 23, 2014 5:05 PM

J Spencer
Richard Duff
Info added. Thanks for sending.

Added by J Spencer on Mar 23, 2014 4:11 PM

Bennett Russell
Mary L Lincoln
I will look into this and let you know.

Added by Bennett Russell on Mar 23, 2014 1:34 PM

Lisa Davis
Ruth McClurg
Hi K,
I got a hold of the other memorial contributor and asked her/him to link Ruth to her family and I will delete mine as soon as it is finished. Thank you again for the head's up!

Added by Lisa Davis on Mar 22, 2014 8:36 PM

Lisa Davis
Ruth McClurg
The East cemetery would be the correct one since her obit says it is in Maryville. Thanks for pointing this out. I will ask the administrators to merge the two, since I've put links up to her family. She is a distant relative and I didn't realize that there already is a memorial for her. Fill credit will stay with the contributor with the earlier memorial. Thanks again!
Lisa D

Added by Lisa Davis on Mar 22, 2014 8:19 PM

Frank K.
unknown burials
thanks again for all your help in finding some of those unknown burials, very much appreciated

Added by Frank K. on Mar 21, 2014 8:46 PM

James Seidelman
Jeffrey Meyers - I've added the photo to MER's memorial - She is a past graver who passed a few years ago. I've deleted mine.

Added by James Seidelman on Mar 21, 2014 4:44 PM

Ruth M. Brown
Re: Dorothy Abbott
Thanks so much for bringing that information to my attention. I've added it and really appreciate your help.

Added by Ruth M. Brown on Mar 21, 2014 3:46 PM

Ginni Wright
Gerald Wright
Gerald J Wright Memorial # 21418631 and Gerald Joseph Wright Memorial #63956304. Mine was transferred to me last year, and she walks the cemeteries to record the information. Gerald Joseph was buried in Radcliff, Kentucky and Gerald J was cremated. (Maybe his ashes were buried in Radcliff), but from my family research there are hundreds of G J Wrights, which makes it difficult for me to find ancestors. The Gerald J was copied from a newspaper obituary, while mine was copied directly from the headstone/marker.
I can not give you a definitive answer to your question.

Added by Ginni Wright on Mar 21, 2014 3:04 PM

Gardner Abbott.
Hi! If his death certificate has more info than the bio, by all means uploade it! Thank you for the updates ; )

Added by AlbFirefly on Mar 21, 2014 2:04 PM

None to be forgotten
Harold Abbott
I received your message about Harold being in both Saratoga and Fremont Scotch cemeteries. Did you also message the gal who entered the Fremont Scotch memorial? If not, I can. I walked Saratoga and took picture of the headstones then came home and downloaded the files. The memorials were then created directly from the photos. My personal email is: Let me know if you messaged her and what she said of if you want me to get in touch with her. Thanks - Cindy

Added by None to be forgotten on Mar 20, 2014 7:36 AM

larry eanes
George Cabell Abbott
Hi, that is very interesting, hard to be buried in two places, I missed it, I was working on the family so Ed transfered the one from Highland to me, I didn't realize that I had photographed the same stone in Mountain View, so I have no idea???. My guess would be Mountain View as most of his family is buried there.
I have photographed the entire Mountain View cemetery, just got maybe 50 to 100 more to add & it will be complete with the exception of folks with no markers. Thanks for the heads up, I will try to see what I can find out, Larry

Added by larry eanes on Mar 19, 2014 8:10 PM


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