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familylady (#46993755)
 member for 6 years, 10 months, 26 days
John Hileman
Miss Toni Fisher 33064045
Dear Gina,

Yes, I will gladly accept management of the memorial.

To transfer management, go to the memorial and at the top right, there is an item labeled "Transfer Management". Click that heading and then on the page that appears, enter my contributor number, 47171205.

I am happy to hear you persued having the memorial designated "Famous". Maybe I can try again.

Thank you very much,


Added by John Hileman on Dec 14, 2014 12:43 PM

John Hileman
Toni Fisher Monzello 33064045
Per your email to me.

Could you please update Toni's bio based on the obituary that I posted? You may wish to note the discrepancy in the date of her marriage to Henry.

Also, please note the grave stone photo that I requested.

I already corrected Toni's date and place of birth and date and place of her death.

The obituary indicates her maiden name was Nolan. The California birth index on FamilySearch appears to indicate Toni's birth name was Marion C. Nolan. The 1930 census for Royal C. and Violet Nolan shows a 5 year old girl named Dollie.

There is no record that Toni was ever married to Wayne Shanklin, however there are indications that Mr. Shanklin had a number of common law relationships.

I also request that an attempt be made with Find A Grave to have this memorial moved to the Famous category.

Thank you,


Added by John Hileman on Dec 05, 2014 7:38 AM

John Hileman
Edit sent on 8/16/2014

Could you please check your "Edits" tab for an edit I sent you last month?

Please feel free to email me.

Thank you,


Added by John Hileman on Sep 02, 2014 5:54 PM

Catharine Lorre
Date of Birth: September 21, 1953
Hamburg, Germany,811411&dq=peter-lorre+september+21&hl=en

Added by Dogshe on Sep 22, 2013 4:12 PM

RE: Hannah & Moses Greeley
Hello, Gina
I guess I do not know myself how to do transfers, but I am glad I found where the Greeley's are buried, and I appreciate all your research for them! I have been to this cemetery numerous times, and I did not know until recently that they moved the Stevens/Sawyer cemetery, and the Smith/Bean cemetery into the Maplewood cemetery combined area because of the Flood control project the government built in the 1940's that flooded the original Stevens/Sawyer and Smith/Bean cemeteries. Thanks Gina for being such a good person and significant contributor to Find A Grave! regards, Ken(Kparn)

Added by KParn on Jan 13, 2013 12:20 PM

Your dear Dad
I had visited your Mom's site before and I was surfing Find a Grave today when I came across your Dad's site. I give you on this wonderful day God gave us, my prayers and love as a Christian man with empathy and sincerity.

Added by KJV Guy on Apr 04, 2010 5:39 AM

RE: Thank you
It was my great please ma'am. She seemed so sweet. I miss my dear Dad...Alden Louis Lovell. The picture doesn't truly look like him. Actually, he was quite handsome, quiet, reserved, and women LOVED him. He was however, a gentleman, always faithful to my mom. You must have wonderful memories and you have my prayers and thoughts. You may find a picture of me on facebook. Take care...Mark

Added by KJV Guy on Feb 28, 2010 3:12 PM

RE: Thank you
Thank you very are as beautiful as your dear mother!

Added by KJV Guy on Feb 09, 2010 6:08 PM

Debbie Holth
It was an honor......
Familylady - it was an honor to leave a note for your father. He is one of our dear heros in our nation - we can never repay them for what they did and continue to do. Thank you so much for your kind remarks. May you have a lovely Christmas!! Debbie Holth

Added by Debbie Holth on Dec 23, 2009 10:28 PM

BlueGhost SCPO,USN Ret
With the holidays upon us, I would like to take this opportunity to wish you and all of your wonderful family a most Happy Holiday Season. Please reflect on our veterans who are with us and who have passed. Though we live in difficult times the United States is still the most wonderful nation on earth to live in, thanks to those who fought to protect us.



Added by BlueGhost SCPO,USN Ret on Dec 10, 2009 4:20 PM

Hi, Just wanted you to know that Blue Ghost's 38 year old son passed away from a blood clot that hit his heart. He will be off of Find A Grave for a while.

Added by gabbybug on Nov 30, 2009 11:03 PM

BlueGhost SCPO,USN Ret
I was honored.
I was honored to leave the flowers and note for such a patriot as your father. What a wonderful man he must have been. To be the daughter of a person such as him must leave a glowing sense of pride in your heart with the mention of him. Pass his life's story to his grandchildren every day.


Added by BlueGhost SCPO,USN Ret on Sep 15, 2009 11:57 AM

BlueGhost SCPO,USN Ret
RE: Thank you
I was honored to do just that little bit for such a patriot. What an amazing person he must have been. BlueGhost

Added by BlueGhost SCPO,USN Ret on Sep 15, 2009 11:50 AM

RE: Not Forgotten
Ma'am: thank you so very much for your very kind note; it is just such things as this that make it a genuine joy to participate on this site and be a member of its very special community. You and I obviously hold a great many of the same views and, at the risk of seeming presumptuous, I would guess that we are pretty much cut from the same cloth. I promise to keep you you and yours in my everyday prayers. Again, thank you so much, and may our Lord bless you and keep you in the coming days, weeks and months. Warmest regards (from an old Navy fart!),
Don / JCFHS '38

Added by JCFHS'38 on Sep 14, 2009 10:57 PM

RE: Thank you
Ma'am: you are more than welcome! Whether we serve for 2 years or 20, we Sailors are a part of a very large family, a group that includes spouses and children, as well. It's one of the joys of serving our Navy, knowing that this vast, extended family is out there for us. Your dad was a brother Sailor and member of this wonderful group, as are you. It is my prayer that your memories of him will always be warm and welcoming, and that you never forget how special a part of this Navy family that he was and you continue to be. God bless you & yours, ma'am.
Warmest regards,
Don / jcfhs-38
CDR, USN (Ret)

Added by JCFHS'38 on May 26, 2009 1:08 PM

RE: Thank You
Thank you so much for your kind note.


Added by Diana on Dec 28, 2008 6:07 AM


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