Yes, James Wallace was killed in the Winter Quarters #4 Coal Mine Disaster at Scofield, Utah.
Born 22 May 1838 Galston, Ayrshire, Scotland.
Added by billcarr on Aug 28, 2016 7:09 PM
|Carla McClasky||Mt Saint Mary's -Mary|
If you could be so kind as to call MT Saint Mary's and get me the plot location I would be more than happy to get your marker picture. They will not give me locations anymore and there are too many burials at this cemetery. Please call (816) 241-7663. You can then email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks so much,
Added by Carla McClasky on Jul 24, 2015 8:07 AM
|D Scott||RE: Jacklin Memorials|
No, they were some of the markers I photographed and added from there.
Added by D Scott on Dec 30, 2014 8:14 PM
Dear Karyn Frederickson CAN YOU PLEASE TRANSFER MANAGEMENT SHE IS IN MY FAMILY.
MY F A G # is 47916397
Thank You on Behalf of my family.
Added by Bradley on Nov 06, 2014 6:06 PM
|Kristie Moore||RE: Zella Toler Casper|
Oh I see! OK, well then again it does say the name of the birth parents in the obituary so its fine :) I am not related but my husband is. Her adopted father was my husband's 1st cousin 4x removed. :)
Added by Kristie Moore on Oct 19, 2014 8:52 PM
|karren mclean||Zella Margaret Tillotson Christensen Toler Casper|
This is a nice page and I appreciate your attaching the obituary. I notice you didn't put "Toler" as part of her name. [Zella Margaret (Tillotson) (Christensen) Toler Casper] Was this an oversight? It's a long name but it defines who she was. Thanks
Added by karren mclean on Aug 25, 2014 9:56 PM
|Kelly Howell||Janiece Hodges|
Thank you for taking the headstone picture. We appreciate you taking the time to visit the cemeteries.
Added by Kelly Howell on Jun 27, 2014 7:56 PM
They have a little white building at the cemetery with a binder that has some info about the burials found there.
Catching the individual over the cemetery in the summer is hard to do.
Findagrave has most all burials listed with grave marker pictures.
Added by Jeffrey Kearl on Jun 04, 2014 9:34 AM
|Jeffrey Kearl||RE: Rachel and George Marley Graves in Laketown, Utah|
Sorry on the link, I caught that after sending it but couldn't delete it.
The info on Rachel's parents names comes from the Laketown cemetery sextons records.
It also lists her:
Place of birth: Aberdare, Glams, So Wales.
Birth: Oct. 25, 1842
Death: May 1, 1877.
I don't believe I'm related to the Marley's but my family is from Laketown and I'm related to most families from there.
Added by Jeffrey Kearl on Jun 04, 2014 7:41 AM
They must of been blind or was looking for an old stone. It was the very first stone when you entered the gate of the cemetery. As you could see also a large stone. Luckly I had printed off the list from Find a Grave for this Cemetery and took care of 7 out of 9 on the list. Two I couldn't find and that was 2 trips through the Cemetery.
Glad I could be of assistance andglad you are happy.
Added by IowaMarine on Mar 27, 2014 12:32 PM
|Kathy Riley||RE: Theodor J Reichert in Scofield Cemetery|
Thank you for inserting the parents. Leaving the J. if fine. This is ocmpiled from a genealogy that my Aunt Pauline, Rose Silvers and Ada Law worked on for many years. I find that their are many erros in the Salt Lake data, especially in the IGI. However, leaving the J. if okay with me.
Just some background to put the names above in perspective.
Ada Law was married to Otto Adolph Reichert and Rose Law was a daughter of Elsa Pauline Riechert, bot siblings of Theodore and Ida. Their mother Elizabeth was my grand aunt.
My grandfather Karl was a brother to Elizabeth, making her an aunt to my Aunt Pauline and my father Frederick Karl Zwickel.
Theodor, Ida and Louise were triplets.
Juat a little FYI.
Added by Kathy Riley on Mar 22, 2014 9:35 AM
|Jay Freeman||RE: Isaac Newton Jeton Cunningham|
Sorry for the delay in my response. I have no written documentation if Isaac was officially adopted. I believe most researchers have assumed so since Isaac took his step father's last name. Sorry I could not be of any more assistance.
Added by Jay Freeman on Mar 09, 2014 11:06 PM
|L. Forbes||RE: Lydia Sage Beanblossom Obit|
You're very welcome.
Added by L. Forbes on Jan 16, 2014 9:18 AM
|Ancestor Hunter||Dahlke-Schroeder family|
I wonder if you are related to the Carl Frederick Dahlke and Christine Schroeder Dahlke? We are trying to find out if Christine is the sister of August Schroeder. Both born in Germany. Thanks,
CindyLee (mother-in-law of Mark Schroeder)
Added by Ancestor Hunter on Jan 03, 2014 6:04 PM
|joanne garcia||marley family - laketown cemetary|
I am a descedent of the marley family. I was reading the biography of George Marley's parents and thought about looking for his gravestone. Thanks for putting the info and picture online, it was really nice connecting the biography with the picture of his headstone and his families headstones.
Added by joanne garcia on Nov 13, 2013 9:29 AM
|Carla McClasky||Mary Granfield|
If you could email email@example.com at Mt Saint Mary's and get me a burial location I can get your photo fulfilled.
Thanks so much,
Added by Carla McClasky on Sep 19, 2013 7:18 AM
|Cynthia Schenck||David Scott, Hillsdale cemetery, Mills co., IA|
David's grave is unmarked per the cemetery book. The Glenwood public library burial index card states that his obit is in the Mills County Tribune, Thurs., Oct. 6, 1921. He died in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Deatie Turner.
His wife, Ann M. Scott is buried in Row 14. We will go and get a photo of her stone.
Added by Cynthia Schenck on Jul 15, 2013 11:31 AM
|Tami||James Lynch Jr and Maud Dean|
I linked my great grandfather James to Maud, and would be delighted to share information!
Please feel free to email me :)
Added by Tami on Feb 05, 2013 11:51 AM
|JKG||RE: Parsons family in Utah|
I am related to Gladys Bosley's paternal great grandfather Thomas Stirling. He is my 3rd great grandfather, I am not related to the Parson's just one line through marriage :)
Gladys Bosley's parents were Thomas Bosley and Hannah Peterson Bosley.
Gladys father Thomas Bosley whose parents were George Bosley and Grace Sterling Bosley( my relatives)
Gladys grandmother Grace Sterling Bosley is my 3 great Aunt. Grace's parents are my 3 rd great grandparents they are Thomas Stirling and Elizabeth Bell Stirling from Scotland:)
If you are bored sorry I just thought if you were related I'd give the info:) hope all is well and thank you for linking Hannah to Gladys:)
Added by JKG on Jan 15, 2013 6:15 PM
|Judy Hiell||Myrtle Jensen Fox|
I visited the Gridley-Biggs Cemetery today to take a picture of Myrtle Fox's headstone. The info I received from the office is that there is no marker/headstone on her grave. Other info that might be helpful is the date of her service was MARCH 12, 1926. She was 37 yrs. 7 mos. old, a cannery worker and was born in Utah. The informant was L.H. Sill. I hope this information helps you.
Added by Judy Hiell on Sep 08, 2012 3:38 AM
|Shirley Utley Cressler||Cody Rae Utley Transfer|
Thank you Karyn for the transfer and your promptness. Cody's obit has been added - I will take care of his memorial.
Added by Shirley Utley Cressler on Aug 19, 2012 11:45 PM
|L Jones||RE: Gilead cemetery search|
You are very welcome. I have no relatives in this area, so I really appreciate when others can take pictures I request and I wish I had time to take more here. There are many little old cemeteries here and they are all very interesting.
Added by L Jones on Jun 22, 2012 9:44 AM
|GenFav||Ole & Kjerstine Olsen|
On the back of the Olsen's marker there are several names ending in Casady. I have created memorials for them so I could upload all of their burial information. If you are related to these people and would like these memorials transferred to you I would be happy to do so.
Added by GenFav on Apr 21, 2012 8:49 PM
|Max Grant Anderson||Byron Anderson|
Thanks for the prompt transfer. You are great to do this
Added by Max Grant Anderson on Oct 05, 2011 9:08 AM
|L Jones||RE: Gilead cemetery search|
No I do not have any relatives in Gilead. But I thought it would be fun to get out to see some different places in my own area and to help out where I could.
Added by L Jones on Sep 14, 2011 7:15 AM