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kimberly (#47179217)
 member for 6 years, 4 months, 26 days
memorial # 76794209
Hi Kimberly,
Was wondering if you would be willing to transfer this memorial to me? Albert Schaffer was my great grandmother's 2nd husband.
Thanks for all you do!
Lark Robart

Added by lrobart on Apr 13, 2014 10:17 PM

Karen M. Hamilton
RE: Arkie Clark Hamilton Jr

Added by Karen M. Hamilton on Mar 20, 2014 1:03 PM

Karen M. Hamilton
Arkie Clark Hamilton Jr
Thank you so much for adding this memorial , this was my husbands father. He asked me just today a question about his father and I came to Find a Grave and pulled him right up. My husband loved being able to see his fathers place of eternal rest.God Bless you Kimberly....

Added by Karen M. Hamilton on Mar 18, 2014 4:27 PM

Alvada Seabrands
Thanks for the transfer of my cousin's memorial page.
Best regards,
Jeanie Adams

Added by Jeanie on Mar 11, 2014 1:47 AM

peggy strieby
RE: Ehtel shay
I am going by the death cert. which states Ethel was born on Aug 27, 1877. The gravestone also incorrectly states her death as the 30th when in fact her death cert says the 27th.

Added by peggy strieby on Jan 27, 2014 10:24 AM

Charlie Meiser
John James Jameson
Hi Kim. I am the historian of the Meisser Genealogy Association. I see you created a memorial for John James Jameson. He was a life member of our association, but we don't have his ancestry to 1710 Palatine immigrant Johan Jurg Meisser. Do you any sharable information connecting him to the Jameson's in our database. The first Jameson in our family is James William Jameson, born Feb 1843 in Newton, Missouri and died 09 Oct 1908 in Kamiah, Lewis, Idaho. He married Elizabeth Caroline Mizer on 13 Feb 1870 in Benton, Kansas. She is a 3rd great granddaughter of Johan Jurg Meiser. Thanks, Charlie

Added by Charlie Meiser on Apr 09, 2013 3:25 PM

RE: Vernice Bryson, again
I couldn't find him either. I wasn't sure if he could be put in a bio until I find out where he is buried. Thank you so much.

Added by Kathy on Feb 18, 2013 2:20 PM

RE: Vernice Bryson
You are correct typo on my part 1919 Thank you so much!!!

Added by Kathy on Feb 18, 2013 10:38 AM

Karen M. Hamilton
Arkie C Hamilton
Sorry it is taking so long have been very busy lately. Here is some info on Arkie C Hamilton

All Souls Cemetery

Cortland Trumbull County Ohio, USA

I hope this was the info you were looking for on Arkie Hamilton.

Added by Karen M. Hamilton on Dec 30, 2012 5:01 PM

Karen M. Hamilton
RE: arkie c. hamilton
Sorry I didn't receive your msg sooner...seems as though some how I ended up with 2 accounts on this site and didn't even know. Anyway, how is Randy and your sister half siblings? What is her name? I will have to get that info on Randy's dad for you soon. It is on my ancestry site , he is buried in Ohio, Trumbel county. That is all I can think of at this moment but will get it to you as soon as I can. Please answer back or email me at

Added by Karen M. Hamilton on Oct 25, 2012 9:52 AM

Charleen Spalding
Marysville Cemetery
Hi Kim,

Well, I've done it again and lost your e-mail address. I have completed the Marysville Cemetery and have some great information to share with you on some of those buried in Marysville, those that have tombstones that you submitted.

If you could contact me directly, I would appreciate that.

Charleen Spalding

Added by Charleen Spalding on Jan 24, 2012 9:34 AM

Charleen Spalding
Marysville Cemetery, L&C Co., Montana
Hi Kimberly,

The entry of James R. died 3/27/1894 is the same as James F. Brook died 3/27/1894 in the Marysville Cemetery. He must have led an interesting life although somewhat short. His full name is James F. Brooks. - Charleen Spalding,

Here is more information on James F. Brooks:

"J. F. Brooks Is Dead. James F. Brooks died Tuesday morning at the Bon Ton hotel. He had been in ill health for several days past, having a complication of diseases among them pneumonia, from which, however, he had recovered. Mr. Brooks was born at San Francisco, was about 38 years of age, and has been in Marysville since last August. His parents reside in New York city. His elementary education was received in the schools of his native city. He also attended a mining school at San Francisco and spent four years in a London (Eng.) school of mines. He has traveled extensively as a mining expert, in South Africa, South America and Mexico. He was for some time assayer for the Montana Co., and of late had quite an interesting class of students, at this place, in chemistry, mineralogy, etc. The funeral services were conducted at the M. E. church. Wednesday, Rev. Bennett officiating, and his remains were interred in the Marysville cemetery. We hope he has passed to a better world than this. Not one of delusive dreams and corroding cares; but rather one where his serene soul may be drawn out in sweet and perfect harmony, where the minor strains of sadness and sorrow are swallowed up in lofty notes of joy and gladness. Mr. Brooks was a scholar, a scientist, a gentleman. He always sought for light, and desired to know. Superstition, pedantry, and surface thought, he abhorred, but always he was dignified and gentle and thoughtful. Though no maternal tears gushed forth in crystal streams, o'er the silent form, at the sepulcher, yea he will sleep as tranquilly, severely and placidly as though he rested in Greenwood beneath a sister's cherished chaplet of flower." Marysville Gazette, 3/29/1894, page 3.

Herrmann & Co: J. D. Conrad, Marysville, ordered his coffin: #3 Im rosewood case 6/3 and outside box $37.50.

His tombstone is inscribed "Thou far from his own, kind friends ministered unto him."

Son of Henry S. and Margaret A. (Gibson) Brooks.

Added by Charleen Spalding on Oct 01, 2011 9:58 AM

RE: Richard Plummer
Re: Richard Plummer
Good morning,
Do you know Richard's middle name or initial? Do you know when he was born?

Dear Kimberly,

I am so sorry we've been away and did'nt get back sooner. Only a few days ago we got the memorial pic for Ann his wife. His name is reserved on her/their stone so maybe Dick's still with us or his info remains to be added. Seems "Uncle" Dick decided to put nickname in place of Richard on their belated marker, so that's why we wondered where he went when we couldn't search him. [Should have expected...he alway threw curves withoout meaning to :)] We hope you did not go to too much trouble and thank you sincerely for your efforts.

lexis (& col)

Added by lexisamore on Sep 10, 2010 10:51 AM

Kevin Banta
RE: Frank & Ardath Read
The Sextant is the title of the person who registers the internments at a particular gravesite. This person is normally found in the local municipality offices or in the church that owns the cemetary. Thus the sextant records record who is buried and where (hopefully) when no headstone is present or no longer legible.

Added by Kevin Banta on Jul 31, 2010 1:50 PM

Meg Allen Evans
Gerald Brothers, 1901-1981
I checked with Crown Hill in Vienna today and they had no record of him. Can you double check that this is the correct cemetery?

Added by Meg Allen Evans on Jul 31, 2010 12:12 PM

Kevin Banta
RE: Frank & Ardath Read
I am sorry, my information comes from a document done late 80's early 90's - a mixture of sextant records and gravesite headstone data. I have had similar difficulties in finding an unmarked grave in the cemetary. I have not spoke with the sextant personally, but it is on my to-do list at my next opportunity to visit the Sultan area.

I am of no relation to the Frank anf Ardath - I am willing to transfer the memorials if you are interested

Added by Kevin Banta on Jul 26, 2010 8:06 PM

Amy KB
RE: Lydia Knowles
From what I understand, with an exact date of death they can look it up for you. At least that's what someone I spoke to last told me. He said the "white cards" could possibly have been misplaced, so he can look up the logs for the books by date rather than name, and see if it can be found that way. You might mention when you call that a name search turned up nothing but you have an obituary proving she is there, and ask if it can possibly be searched by date in the log books. The funeral home & office is right there on cemetery grounds. It's large, and it is very formal and quite nice. If you can, please let me know what you find out. I am quite curious about the whole situation. I felt bad, because I accepted a list of 10 possible people there, and they could only find 2! So, knowing a date search turns up different results could make a huge difference to the families, such as yourself :)

Added by Amy KB on Jul 25, 2010 6:59 PM

Amy KB
RE: Lydia Knowles
I have to say that my experience at Evergreen has been unlike any other I've done so far! The staff is incredibly helpful and goes above and beyond, but I have never come across so many people they have no record of at all, that are sure to be there. I've had them do searches for people who have copies of the obituary that prove the graves are at Evergreen, yet the office can find nothing. One of the office workers said that many records were lost in the 1960's... and then another said that with over 100,000 interments, sometimes the white cards can be misplaced and if you call with an exact date of death they can check the handwritten log book for that particular date. You might try that? With 100 acres, it's impossible to walk it. But I sure would be interested to see how many "no records found" graves turned up, if someone who lived nearby took several months to catalog the entire cemetery. I wish you luck, I know how frustrating this can be and I'm sorry I couldn't be more help!

Added by Amy KB on Jul 25, 2010 12:01 PM

Amy KB
Lydia Knowles
I'm really sorry, but this person is either not located at Evergreen Cemetery in Everett, WA - or the record was somehow lost? The office worker checked their records thoroughly, and even checked the other Dignity related cemeteries & came up empty. You could try calling the other major cemetery in Everett, which is Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, and see if you have any luck there. Or, you could call the funeral home listed in the obituary and find out from them if they have any records relating to the burial that are more specific. I really tried... Let me know if there's anything I can do to help further!

Added by Amy KB on Jul 23, 2010 12:51 PM

Christine S.
Gottlib and Mary Mehrer
Thanks so much for taking photos of my great grandparents. My mother is going to love this! It's greatly appreciated.

Added by Christine S. on Jul 20, 2010 10:37 AM

Rick Willett
Thank you so much for taking the time to get Paul Hanseth's grave stone photo for me I really appreciate it......Rick Willett

Added by Rick Willett on Jul 19, 2010 6:48 PM

Richard Charles DeArmond
RE: Dearmond
Hi Kimberly,

I did a search for L. A. DeArmond, and nothing came up. Could you be a bit more specific? And, how do I obtain the picture that you took?

Thanks, Regards, Richard

Added by Richard Charles DeArmond on Jul 07, 2010 11:11 AM

Richard Charles DeArmond
RE: Dearmond
Thsnk you very much. Cheers, Richard

Added by Richard Charles DeArmond on Jul 06, 2010 9:44 PM

Patricia Price Flemming
L. DeArmond
Thank you

Added by Patricia Price Flemming on Jul 06, 2010 9:21 PM

Devon Thurtle Anderson
Thank you!
Thank you so much for the Virgil and Luella Denny photos!

Added by Devon Thurtle Anderson on Jun 20, 2010 9:57 AM


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