They have arrived, thank you Joane. Yes I agree that Jack must have moved on, but I will keep looking. I certainly appreciate all that you have done. ~Jackilynn
Added by Jackilynn on May 22, 2014 11:00 AM
|Jackilynn||RE: Erasto should be transferred now.|
No...Erasto is not there yet, nor her mother Pauline. Thank you Joane
Added by Jackilynn on May 22, 2014 10:30 AM
|Jackilynn||RE: Transferring your 2nd GGfather|
Thank you Joane! My first thought was "probably not." But I am interested in finding additional information on John "Jack" Ripps Roberts (is he in Wellington?), his wife Sarah Ann "Pauline" Jones, and their little girl Erato. So yes, I may as well manage the memorials for the other family members, Pauline and Erato, who share that same headstone/monument. I appreciate your patience in helping me "learn the ropes" in this endeavor.
Sincere thanks, Jackilynn
Added by Jackilynn on May 22, 2014 9:03 AM
|Sunflower Lady||Dora Deane Peterson Jewkes|
You added a tombstone to Dora's husband, Leonard Kay Jewkes. She has just passed away. Would you like to add the same photo to her memorial? Just click on Kay's memorial for her link. Thank you.
Added by Sunflower Lady on Sep 04, 2011 1:46 PM
|SRBentz||MArtha M. Gibbons|
Hi! I saw that you took the nice photo of her husband Benjamin Smith Gibbons's headstone and I was wondering if you would please post the same photo of their headstone on Martha M. Gibbons- #34697613 for me? I really appreciate it.
Thank you, Susan
Added by SRBentz on Mar 14, 2010 2:43 PM
|SRBentz||Martha M. Gibbons|
Added by SRBentz on Mar 14, 2010 2:41 PM
|L. Finley||Pam Banasky|
I just realized this was J.D.'s Pam. I've transferred her memorial to you so that you can add more info & a picture.
Added by L. Finley on Sep 12, 2009 9:18 PM
|L. Finley||More on the CG Mine Disaster|
Figured out the confusion on Kanakis. Cemetery records show name as Karas (Karakis) Kanakakis. Death cert. shows Karas Kanakis. But I found a news article telling about denial of compensation to his mother, that says George Kanakis. I've posted his memorial, #40774944, will you see if he might have a stone, or if not post the picture of the church's stone?
Added by L. Finley on Aug 17, 2009 11:34 AM
|L. Finley||Castle Gate Mine Disaster|
I found a news article and that lead me to two of your mine disaster victims. I've posted memorials for them (Mt. View- Helper) #40772652 and #40772880. They were Italian immigrants, and probably cousins. Henry Ruggeri won compensation for Giuseppe's mother in Italy (that was the news article).
Added by L. Finley on Aug 17, 2009 10:50 AM
|Chad Kendell||Re: Jenkins|
Thanks for great pictures !!! The Kendell family.
Added by Chad Kendell on Jul 25, 2009 2:24 PM
Thanks you so much for finding and taking a photo of Pearl Baker's tombstone. Thanks for taking the time and effort to do this and upload it on Findagrave. Thanks also for trying to have someone take a picture of Lawrence Harris' tombstone. I think there may be more relatives buried there--must do more research.
Added by Lucy on Jun 26, 2009 10:58 AM
|Sunflower Lady||Leonard Kay Jewkes|
It was nice of you to respond to my thank you. I read your page and discovered you were from Price. I had wondered how you happened to be in Greenriver to photo the tombstone of Kay. Thank you again so much.
Added by Sunflower Lady on Jun 24, 2009 9:35 AM
|Mark Nielson||Verla Curtis Lowe|
Thank you so much for the wonderful pictures. I appreciate your service.
Added by Mark Nielson on Jun 24, 2009 9:23 AM
|Loose Moose||Welcome to FAG|
P.S. Welcome to find a grave! It nice to see someone working in the Price Area!
Added by Loose Moose on Jun 22, 2009 8:58 AM
|L. Finley||Lured you in huh??|
I see I've finally lured you into Find a Grave :o) It you go to Price City Cemetery's page and click the photo requests link, you'll see there are 28 photo requests....that's down from about 50 a while ago (Price has a LOT of photo requests...more than any other cemetery I've come across). That should keep you busy for a bit :o)
Love you, and welcome to Find a Grave
Added by L. Finley on Jun 18, 2009 8:25 PM