|Arlene Hargis Tedrow||Chief White Path, Memorial #17982360|
You can add to the bio of Cherokee Chief White Path by going to the web link attached.There is a lot of history on him, as well as a historical replica of his home. Chief White Path was one of the RICHEST men in Gimer County, GA. You ca also go to the "Gimer County Historical Society"of Gilmer County GA.for more information
Added by Arlene Hargis Tedrow on Jul 09, 2015 9:39 AM
|Jeremy Nichols||Petra Johnston|
Tombstone Amnesty, a standing committee of the Sonoma County Historical Society, is pleased to offer its support in the return of the top half of Petra Johnston's tombstone from Sonoma County to the Pilarcitos Cemetery. Because of the size and weight of the tombstone I will probably require assistance to unload the truck. No date has been set for the move; this can be worked out to be convenient for all.
Jeremy Nichols, President
Sonoma County Historical Society
jn6wfo [at] gmail [dot] com
Added by Jeremy Nichols on Jun 05, 2015 3:57 PM
|J. Rubio||Petra Johnston|
Would love to speak to you about this mystery of how her top piece of the headstone was found 100 miles away from the cemetery she was buried in. Please contact me via my profile or my website which is linked on my profile. I want to write a blog about this.- Thank you
Added by J. Rubio on Apr 29, 2015 5:32 PM
|LoveTrees||RE: Benjamin Mintz|
I emailed you. Did you get it? I didn't want to give the address to Jess if it wasn't right. She wants to connect with you. She sent me a good bit of information for me to check through. I want to share it with you. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
All the best.
Added by LoveTrees on Jan 20, 2015 9:35 PM
|Mike Lawless||Re Leopold|
Thank you for taking care of my ancestors memorial page.
Added by Mike Lawless on Jan 16, 2015 2:22 PM
|R C H||re: Petra Maria De Jara Johnston at Pilarcitos in Half Moon Bay|
Today, my wife and I were visiting Green Valley Cemetery, just west of the town of Graton, in Sonoma County. In the middle of a large cleared area, away from all of the other interments, we saw a lovely old headstone that had been curiously propped-up, and seemed to be missing its lower half. The text engraved on the upper portion was stuck in my mind: "Sacred to the memory of Petra". Also visible was "wife" and "James". I've added a photo to the memorial.
When we got home, I looked up Green Valley Cemetery on Find-a-Grave, but there was no one listed there named "Petra". On a whim, I put "Sacred to the memory of Petra" into Google and was astonished to see the listing for the headstone of Petra Maria De Jara Johnston in the Pilarcitos Cemetery in Half Moon Bay! The text matches the description as do the carved cherub and woman. Surely this is the missing upper half of that headstone! How or why it ended up 100 miles to the north is a mystery, but I think it would be great if the two halves could be reunited.
Added by R C H on Oct 22, 2014 11:19 PM
|Bernard Johnson||Rabinowitz edit|
Are you aware of the ease available for edits? I have one pending with you. Under your contributor name at profile is the edit tab, and corrections can easily be done. Thank you.
Added by Bernard Johnson on Aug 31, 2014 11:06 PM
|Henry Marsh||M. A. Pacheco/Our Lady of the Pillar, Half Moon Bay|
I just added a marker photo for Mateo Albert
Pacheco. Not sure if you photo is for the same
person. What do you think?
Added by Henry Marsh on Aug 24, 2014 10:40 AM
Thank you for the burial location for John, or Johann Foahim Heinrich Bartels! He was my grandfather's grandfather. I suppose his wife is also there. Much appreciated!
Added by SKL on Jul 25, 2014 9:44 AM
|Leah Johnson||Ida Rosenstein|
Dose it have any info on her parents head stones?
Added by Leah Johnson on Jul 03, 2014 10:05 AM
|Laurie Leivas Flores||Transfer of Grave|
Thank you very much.
Added by Laurie Leivas Flores on Sep 07, 2013 3:58 PM
|Laurie Leivas Flores||Henry Koshand|
I would like to request a transfer of the Henry Koshland page as he was my Great Grandfather. Thank you for considering it.
Added by Laurie Leivas Flores on Sep 07, 2013 12:06 AM
|Barb Thompson||Louis Sigal (died 9/1951)|
I was an infant when my father drowned off Montauk Point (the Pelican disaster). I was told his body was recovered and he was buried, although I never visited his grave. I saw where "Maude" indicated his body was "lost at sea" and, I could not find a gravesite for his body so, it may well be, that is the case and this as the story my mother (now, long since deceased) shared to give us closure. Please help. My children are now grown and I'd like to provide an honest accounting of what happened to the man I never really knew.. my father.
Added by Barb Thompson on Jun 18, 2013 2:12 PM
|Christine ||Frank Terry, Jr.|
I was at the cemetery in Half Moon Bay searching for James O'Cain and came across the gravestone for the Terry family. I noticed that there is an inscription for Frank Terry, Jr. on the side of the stone, so I photographed and posted it under Frank Terry, Jr. Now he will have a photograph of his own.
Added by Christine on May 29, 2013 1:59 PM
|Tiffany T||Added info|
I noticed you posted a stone that I believe to be my great grandmother's. The stone says "Mary C. Bettencourt", but I noticed the transcribed record on the site says "Mary Bettencourt Cardoza" (with Cardoza italicized). Cardoza was her maiden name. But if it's not written on the stone, where did this information come from?
Thanks for your help!
Added by Tiffany T on May 10, 2013 2:51 PM
|Nena Smothers||Memorial# 88224091|
Guess you did not find his gravestone? odd as one was ordered for him I found the order form.
''US Headstone App for Military Vet 1925-1963 about George Wellington Smothers Birth Date: 28 Apr 1888 Nebraska Death Date: 19 Mar 1950
Cemetery: Little River Cemetery Cemetery Location: Little River, California Ordered June 17 1954 by Claude A King County Service Officer Ft Bragg Calif Upright marble for Michigan Pvt Troop B 4th Calvary''
as you see it was ordered 1954 wonder what happened? thanks kindly for efforts, happy trails!
Added by Nena Smothers on Mar 31, 2013 4:39 PM
|joe_1952||RE: Rabbi Solomon Sprince|
After some research and discussions, I think that the room was meant for books or mementos or religious icons, and that the deceased was probably buried in the ground beneath. My father's older brother told him long ago that there were supposed to be books in there. Another clue is the flimsy door. If a casket was kept in the crypt a much heavier and secure door would have been used to keep out the elements as well as vandals.
Thanks for your reply and interest.
Added by joe_1952 on Sep 18, 2012 11:18 AM
|Frank K.||RE: Georg F. Duckwitz|
gladly added to information to the memorial
Added by Frank K. on Sep 17, 2012 12:12 AM
|joe_1952||Rabbi Solomon Sprince|
In 2005, you reported the rabbi's body was missing from his mausoleum. Is there any way of finding out what happened to it?
Added by joe_1952 on Sep 14, 2012 8:56 AM
|Florence Marmor||RE: Bayside Cemetery|
I don't know if I responded to you before. Thank you so much for replying. Death certificates saying Bayside is where the person is buried can be wrong. Mokom Sholom's death certificates all say Bayside up until the 1950's and part of Acacia also has Bayside on the death certificate.
Added by Florence Marmor on Feb 24, 2012 2:08 AM
I was just visiting Mendocino two weeks ago. Great Country and neat cemetery.
#10914576 Name: Elijah Augusta Michelson.
Added by Ellen Stanton on Feb 08, 2012 2:33 PM
|Penny N.||Lawrence and Vernia Coole|
Thank you for transferring these two memorials (my grandparents) to me. That was very thoughtful of you.
I appreciate all your hard work.
Added by Penny N. on Nov 22, 2011 7:25 AM
Thank you for the transfer of Grace and Herbert.
Added by Barb McKay on Oct 27, 2011 3:26 PM
|Barb McKay||Grace Casaday|
Could Grace Casaday #10339776 and her husband Herbert Casaday #10339773 be transferred to Barb McKay at #46872622? Grace was my mother's first cousin on her mother's side.
Added by Barb McKay on Oct 24, 2011 4:56 PM
|Bob Marlowe||Charles F. Crocker|
From Wikipedia - Charles Frederick Crocker (December 26, 1854 - July 17, 1897) - Vice-President of Southern Pacific Railway Company
Added by Bob Marlowe on Jul 22, 2011 11:21 AM