|gone_fishing - unless_you_email||RE: Oscar Westholm|
You are welcome. I'm glad we could help.
Added by gone_fishing - unless_you... on Apr 03, 2014 6:11 PM
|SRGF||RE: Secretary of Navy Francis P. Matthews|
John, There is no place to add a photo on his memorial, but I did add a memorial for his wife and added both on his wife's memorial. I'm not sure how long I can leave his headstone photo on her memorial.
Added by SRGF on Mar 09, 2014 4:47 PM
|Loretta Castaldi||RE: Horace P. Hobbs|
I'll gladly transfer the memorial to you, but do do so I need to have the find-a-grave number for both the memorial and for you. The easiest way to get all of this information to me is to use the EDIT button at the top right hand side of the memorial. By sending an edit to me, it will automatically provide all of the information that I need to transfer the memorial.
Horace P. Hobbs
Hi Loretta, Would you mind transferring management of this memorial over to me? My hobby is military history and I'd like to add photos and a biography for Colonel Hobbs, Sr. Thanks. J.D.
Added by John Donne on Aug 09, 2013 5:02 PM
Added by Loretta Castaldi on Aug 10, 2013 12:13 PM
|Jennifer and Jimmy Fry||William Tyler Huber|
Thank you so much for your lovely tribute to our Son. We appreciate your thoughtfulness.
Thank you again for you visiting William's Memorial.
Jennifer and Jimmy Fry
Added by Jennifer and Jimmy Fry on Jul 22, 2013 11:34 AM
|Allison Ford||Alex's Mom|
Thankyou John for visiting my little boy Alex and your inspirational words. It is deeply appreciated.
Fondly, Allison Ford
Added by Allison Ford on Jul 21, 2013 5:48 PM
|Gaye Selover Funk||Thomas G. Klink|
John, I just found a 1901 SF city directory listing for him - Thomas G. Klink, first class saloon and road house, NE corner Fell (or Fall) and Stanyon.
Added by Gaye Selover Funk on Jul 15, 2013 8:17 AM
|Gaye Selover Funk||Vitals|
John, if you have other probable CA folk, I'd be happy to try and help.
Added by Gaye Selover Funk on Jul 15, 2013 7:21 AM
|Gaye Selover Funk||RE: Petty Officer (PO) rank for Navy veterans|
If you read Find A Grave's Q&A, there is an email address for things like this.
Added by Gaye Selover Funk on Jul 14, 2013 5:01 PM
|Gaye Selover Funk||RE: Charles Frederick Klink|
Neither EN 3 or PO are choices on Find A Grave's drop-down menu, so I have removed any rank designation. Thanks for the heads-up.
Added by Gaye Selover Funk on Jul 14, 2013 4:39 PM
|Donald R Fillion||RE: Herman Frederick Frenzel|
Done...Thanks for letting me know of the duplicate.
Added by Donald R Fillion on Jul 11, 2013 7:38 PM
|Esther Kinder||RE: Your dear sons|
Thank you very much J.D.
Added by Esther Kinder on Jul 09, 2013 10:39 PM
|Esther Kinder||James R and Raymond D. Coley|
Thank you so much for the flowers left on my son's memorials. It is so much appreciated. Have a great week.
Added by Esther Kinder on Jul 08, 2013 8:41 AM
|Paul Hays||Allen B Reed Jr.|
Happy to make the transfer. Take good care of the memorial.
Added by Paul Hays on May 22, 2013 5:55 PM
I went back for the photo of Louise 3 times. It turns out her marker was completely covered with a mound of mud, which is how I missed it the first time. It took one time to clear it and when I went back hoping it was dry there was more dirt on it so I cleared it again and just couldn't wipe off the mud. One my 3rd trip 2 weeks later it was dry, but completely covered in dirt again. The gophers are very active here. At least there was no mud this time so I got a decent shot although it was sun down so I had to shade it.
Carl's marker was cleaned and I uploaded a new photo to his page.
I'm happy to have been of help. It's not a problem going up there and I'm very glad I was able to unearth Louise's marker even if the gophers keep throwing dirt back on it.
Added by Amy Barry on May 04, 2013 8:03 AM
|Amy Barry||RE: Hendrickson plot at Salt Lake City Cemetery|
I most certainly will go back and take a look. I'm curious if I just missed it or if there wasn't a marker for this grave. I've put it on my list for the next trip next weekend. Happy to do it.
Added by Amy Barry on Apr 20, 2013 11:17 AM
|Barry Keefer||RE: John and Sarah Jenkins|
Hi,again. All photos are posted. John R.'s stone says age 66y and Sarah's says age 56y. If you look at the overall photo posted to John R.'s site you can see all six tombstones with John H. and Sarah Alice's stones to the left, running perpendicular behind the front row. Glad I could help , enjoyed the walk. Milton Cemetery is about a half mile from my house and Harmony Cemetery is accross the street from me. Barry
Added by Barry Keefer on Oct 13, 2012 1:44 PM
|Barry Keefer||RE: David John Jenkins of Milton, PA|
Hi John. You're welcome.Wanted to let you know there are two stones next to David and Kate that are probably David's parents. John R. Jenkins,died 3 Jul 1884 (aged 66y) and Sarah Jenkins, died 2 Mar 1884 (aged 56y).If you want to set up a memorial site I already have the pictures. Barry
Added by Barry Keefer on Oct 13, 2012 5:34 AM
|Sharon||RE: Park Hill Cemetery|
No not from Duluth. I know CMDR Norwood's daughters and I am honored to have met him and shared time with him. Do you have a link to CMDR Norwood?
Added by Sharon on Sep 14, 2012 3:02 PM
Hi John - you can reach me at email@example.com
Added by Larry Hill on Sep 13, 2012 7:02 AM
|Larry Hill||David John Jenkins|
Hi John - I was wondering about the source for the biography for this man, Find A Grave Memorial# 91311716. He was married to my grandaunt Kate (Hill) Jenkins, and you have found information I have not seen before, and would like to include in my genealogy. Please let me know. Thanks!
Added by Larry Hill on Sep 12, 2012 2:26 PM
|Bernhard@Vienna||RE: Vielen Danke, Bernhard!|
Dear John, it's really not so easy to get informations for Robert Weigl. I found out that Robert was born in Sagor in the Austrian Hungarian Empire (now Zagorje in Slovenia) on Oct. 16th, 1851, died on Dec. 26th, 1912 in Vienna. He became a member of the association of fine arts on May 13th, 1892. The association already exists under the name Künstlerhaus (www.k-haus.at). However he left the association on Jan 3th, 1898, after disputes with the management, he exhibit 2 identical plaster busts, one in the association with a sales price of 50 florins, the other in the museum for ats and crafts for 15 florins.
Works of art I found the monoment of Beethoven which is located in a park in Vienna, a plaster bust of Joseph Haydn which is in the ownership of the society of friends of music (Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde)in Vienna. In Bad Naumheim (Germany) in the tavern "Forsthaus Winterstein" there is a sculpture "empress Elisabeth in clouds" from 1902. The last work I found in the German historic museum in Berlin, a bust of Emperor Franz Josef from Austria.
Well that's all I find out, not very much but I hope it helps you a little bit.
Added by Bernhard@Vienna on Jul 26, 2012 2:06 AM
|Bernhard@Vienna||RE: Vielen Danke, Bernhard!|
you are welcome, I will try to find some information from Robert Weigel which can help you.
Greetings from Vienna,
Added by Bernhard@Vienna on Jul 22, 2012 12:48 AM
|Don Green||RE: Alexander Melville|
You're very for the photos, John. Glad I could help out !
Added by Don Green on Jul 21, 2012 7:46 AM
|Michael & Diane French||RE: Thank you Michael and Diane!|
You are very welcome. It was our honor to take the photo.
Michael and Diane
Added by Michael & Diane French on Jul 11, 2012 11:09 PM
|Linda Claxton||RE: Ambrose H. Morrow|
I checked on Ancestry.com but there was only one tree with his name and they didn't have any other info listed.
I checked the CA death index
Ambrose Hugh Morrow
12-Nov-54 San Diego 16 May 1893 Nebraska
I would order a copy of his death certificate from the San Diego County Recorder, it will have the name of the funeral home who handled his remains and sometimes it will have the cemetery in which he was buried.
Added by Linda Claxton on Mar 21, 2012 9:29 AM