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Pat Warren (#47416563)
 member for 4 years, 4 months, 20 days
Kathleen Clemence
RE: Cyr , Edgar and Elaine
Hi Pat,

My pleasure to have located your relatives and created their memorials.

I think that I found the information I added by first starting with their California Death Records, available at:

and then doing some research on Hope this helps - thanks.


Added by Kathleen Clemence on Jul 18, 2014 11:25 AM

Pam S
RE: Grave 25549595
John Reuben Tucker - Deer Creek cemetery. Pam

Added by Pam S on Jul 12, 2014 2:08 AM

Pam S
Grave 25549595
Hi Pat, Here's another one with a duplicate photo. Pam

Added by Pam S on Jul 10, 2014 4:28 PM

Pam S
Grave 28201605
Hi Pat, I was just adding some pictures to the Deer Creek cemetery and noticed that you accidentally added the same picture twice on this one...just in case you want to delete it :o) Pam

Added by Pam S on Jul 10, 2014 4:12 PM

Hoy Photos
Pat, I apologize for the quality of the photos, but the markers are pretty faded. The next time I'm at the cemetery I'll see if I can clean them up for a better photo.

I pass all photo copyright to you.

Added by rlm99x on Jun 01, 2014 11:49 AM

Kim S.
RE: Samuel Hoy
It's an honor to do, and "therapeutic" for me, so we all win!

I had fun sorting out the different surnames and how they all were related, and sending in edits to clarify their relationships.

Added by Kim S. on May 14, 2014 11:30 PM

Joseph Mann
RE: Christian Hauth

The method of interment of these older burials in most likely whole body in coffins. In New Orleans, because of the heat these above ground tombs (wall vaults, etc) are often referred to as ovens. The bodies literally bake. These graves and tombs are often reused. After one year and a day the site is available for another burial. A site being prepared for a new burial, will have the skeletial remains removed, placed at the head of the grave or tomb, and a new coffin put in its place. The old coffin, if not rotted away, will be removed and destroyed. This allows for an indetermiant number of people to occupy one tomb. There is a crypt at Greenwood that is about the same size as the Hauth tomb, and contains over 300 remains.

As for the relationship of the people interred there, it is very likely that these people are related in some way, either by birth or marriage. I have no way of knowing. That is one of the challenges of genealogy. You now have some clues which to explore further.

The door is capable of being either opened or removed. The cemetery office has either a key or other method to open the grave. Greenwood is a large cemetery and people are still be laid to rest there. Funerals occur daily, often in similar tombs.

As for being a mason, I would suspect Christian Hauth was a mason. Judging from his dates, it would seem very likely. Certainly a masonic symbol on the tomb would be a good indicator.

The following is a list of those people listed as interred at that gravesite:

First Name Middle Name Last Name Suffix Age Date of Burial

Herman J. Ivie 68 04/07/1935
Clara Ivie 69 04/28/1936
Aaron Samuel Cox 81 12/27/1965
Christina Hauth 54 07/24/1865
Marie Ferdinand 18 09/27/1867
Johan Henry Hauth 3 04/20/1869
Child Dugger 11m 06/17/1870
Christine Viola Munch 8mo 04/20/1879
Christian Hauth 50 11/13/1892
Adelaide Sale 02/28/1905
Clara Sale 58 10/15/1905
Christina Munch 33 10/29/1878
Ivan A. Cox 34 02/10/1923
William P. Cox 67 05/07/1963
Bernice Cox Reinhardt 09/03/1996
Mary Ann Meyer 48 0/26/1865
Child Wubke SB 12/07/1866
John Webker 55 09/06/1869
Mary Ellen Saber 16m 07/25/1870

Please bear in mind that cemetery records are not always accurate, but it is the best indicator we have available. Unless one of the volunteers happens upon a name on another stone, one can only assume it is accurate.

I hope that helps.


Added by Joseph Mann on May 14, 2014 9:38 AM

Kim S.
RE: Samuel Hoy
Well, I'm sure you were disappointed in the big group picture with no close-up of Samuel's stone! I have to load them in reverse order so the headstone pic is at the top and I was interrupted for three hours after loading the large group shot! And that shot notified you that it was fulfilled! I've just finished loading the rest of the photos now... and I will be loading photos of the other two Hoys and the others in the family plot - Richards, Culley, Ely and Lillard. (Just in case they are related.)
Enjoy, and I'm sorry for the interrupted service!
Kim S.

Added by Kim S. on May 13, 2014 9:30 PM

Joseph Mann
RE: Christian Hauth

You're very welcome. I am glad to have been of help.

I did include photos for everybody listed as interred at that site.


Added by Joseph Mann on May 12, 2014 3:26 PM

Deb (Mari) Pittillo
RE: James Brown
You're welcome!

Added by Deb (Mari) Pittillo on Feb 25, 2014 4:23 PM

Kevin K. Slatten
RE: Hugo Leo Jarrell
.... me again. Yes, if you need any Stocksill connections, let me know and i'll be glad to look up.


Added by Kevin K. Slatten on Jan 25, 2014 9:07 AM

Kevin K. Slatten
D and Hugo Leo Jarrell
Hi, Ms. Pat!

No problem at all! I am actually related to everyone between Hancock/Pearl River and Marion Counties, MS.

My Aunt married Luther Paul Jarrell, son of Daniel and Ollie Penton-Jarrell. Stockstills? Yes, am a Great-Great Grandson on one line! :) Let me know if you need any pics to be taken around the area or any help at all.

Best Regards

Pearl River County, MS

Added by Kevin K. Slatten on Jan 25, 2014 9:06 AM

Louis Mata
RE: Kathleen Gscheng
You're welcome! Please use the photo any way you wish. Photo credit or permission is not needed.



Added by Louis Mata on Aug 13, 2013 9:31 PM

Gary Honts
Milton and Betty Pierson
Thanks so much for the great picturs of Milton and Betty Piersons grave markers. It's great that you give of your time to make the pages look so great
Thanks again
Gary Honts

Added by Gary Honts on Jan 16, 2013 8:37 AM

Don Green
Changing e-mail addresses

Sorry, haven't run into that one before .... I'm not very creative & have had the same e-mail for 20 years :) Maybe there some timing involved or it saved your original e-mail address & won't let you change to it. I'd contact Find-A-Grave, they can probably give you a quick answer.


Added by Don Green on Jan 15, 2013 10:33 PM

Don Green
RE: Anna & Albert B. Warren

You're very welcome for the photos and glad you liked them ! I think it's nice to get a feel for the area surrounding the stone, particularly when it's a close relative. Good luck with the technique. Glad I could help out !


Added by Don Green on Jan 15, 2013 9:55 PM

Doug McBroom
Tombstone picture
Many thanks for taking the time to post the picture of Wilson & Mable MAY WELSH's tombstone for me. Heck of a drive from here! Doug McBroom, Fairfax VA

Added by Doug McBroom on Jan 15, 2013 6:52 PM

Melinda Shibles
RE: John Hogue
I got distracted and do not remember if I repled to you! I am not related to the Hogues, I was researching some marriage records found in our local genealogy center. It is sad they all died so close together. It looks like they may have had 4 children all dieing at a young age, even the father died young. I do not have the death date for the mother yet. I live in Lebanon, Oregon. Thanks for your help and the extra pictures. I sure appreciate it.

Added by Melinda Shibles on Dec 03, 2012 3:36 PM

Melinda Shibles
RE: John Hogue
Thank you for the photo and the extras you took. No I am not related, I was working on some marriage records from Josephine County and checking to see if the info was corrected.

Added by Melinda Shibles on Dec 03, 2012 3:04 PM

Melinda Shibles
John Hogue
Thank you for the photo of John Hogue's headstone. That is a really nice headstone, cool photo.
Thanks again,

Added by Melinda Shibles on Dec 02, 2012 12:30 AM

Melinda Shibles
Thomas Patterson
Thank you so much for Thomas Patterson's headstone photo. It ment a lot to me.

Added by Melinda Shibles on Nov 19, 2012 1:28 AM

Karen Todd
RE: William C. Hudson
Thank you for checking. There is no family connection to my William Hudson. Appreciate your help.

Added by Karen Todd on Nov 14, 2012 3:49 PM

Karen Todd
William C. Hudson
Thank you for trying to fulfill my photo request. William's death certificate states he is buried in Deer Creek. It's possible that the Curtis Hudson is him. Was there any other information for Curtis? Dates?


Added by Karen Todd on Nov 12, 2012 4:08 PM

RE: Berry Ellison yourself. Glad we could help

Added by GenFreaks on Aug 06, 2012 3:41 PM

Doris Rhoads Venden
Nettie Viola Lamb
Thank you so much for taking the time to go out and take a photo of Nettie's grave stone. It is very much appreciated.

Added by Doris Rhoads Venden on Jul 09, 2012 3:00 PM


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