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Sharon Leon (#47475317)
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MissT
RE: Mary Katherine Nixon headstone
Yes, it is. I emailed you the hard copy of pic. ;)

Added by MissT on Sep 30, 2014 8:14 PM

MissT
RE: Hester
I know it was in the old section. I'm thinking more towards the road. I took that pic last fall on a trip there with my son who was wanting to leave the whole time. lol So I'm not 100% positive. I will discuss it with Penny when I see her tomorrow. ;)

Added by MissT on Sep 22, 2014 3:28 PM

MissT
RE: Hester Wolf headstone
You're very welcome. I have a few more pics to go through that I'm trying to edit and clean up. Yes, the transcripts sure do help. ;)

Added by MissT on Sep 21, 2014 2:19 PM

Gail-Easter-Moore-Dresser
RE: Catherine Agnes (Sheehan) Murtha
Well are we having fun yet.. I just took your Catherine and her parents and started a branch from there.. See what sort of records I can find. And see if I can get my Sheeham's going. .

Added by Gail-Easter-Moore-Dresser on Sep 21, 2014 7:18 AM

Gerry Jean
RE: William R. Powell headstone
I searched ancestry.com and a couple of other sites for that middle name ..... no luck.

Added by Gerry Jean on Sep 14, 2014 8:28 PM

Gerry Jean
RE: William R. Powell headstone
Give a shout if I can do research around S.F.

Added by Gerry Jean on Sep 14, 2014 5:54 PM

Gerry Jean
RE: William R. Powell headstone
Sharon,
Did you click on the photo to read my text explaining the photo? Row 65 in section L2 (the entire row) is devoid of any markers, as shown in the photo and is reserved for indigents. If you go to sfgenealog.com (the Holy Cross data base) and enter L2 (section) and 65 (row), you'll get 6 pages of names that are buried in that indigent row. I put the flowers there because the marker in row 64 is grave 55, the same as William's. If you need help with sfgenealogy.com, let me know .... be glad to help you!
Gerry

Added by Gerry Jean on Sep 14, 2014 1:20 PM

Jim
RE: Arvilla Skivers marker
That's just a planter. I took that picture last fall. The sexton there told me that she was buried on that lot.

Added by Jim on Sep 03, 2014 10:40 AM

Dave
Edits
Don't send me anymore edits or messages through the Suggest A Corrections.

Added by Dave on Aug 29, 2014 8:47 PM

Jim
RE: Gordon children headstones
You are welcome - this cemetery appears to be maintained by the US Forestry Service so the headstones wont be buried anytime soon but will continue to erode since they have fallen and are now flat on the ground. If you click on the picture, I put the inscription in the caption for the one's you couldn't read. Hope this helps - Take Care, Jim

Added by Jim on Aug 15, 2014 8:25 AM

Patricia Harrison Armstrong
RE: Philip & Annie Mischkot headstone
Sharon, you are quite welcome. Best wishes as you continue your family research. As for picking dandelions, my grandmother and mom would go up into the mountains of NW Arkansas to pick wild greens with names like "mouse's ear" which I understand googling it is chickweed. Part of the family history!

Added by Patricia Harrison Armstro... on Aug 13, 2014 6:20 PM

Patricia Harrison Armstrong
Annie Mischkot
Sharon, I have also just transferred Annie Mischkot to you. Pat

Added by Patricia Harrison Armstro... on Aug 12, 2014 8:27 AM

Patricia Harrison Armstrong
RE: Timothy D. & Mary Sheehan headstone
Good Morning Sharon. I'm happy to have helped and have added the photo to Timothy's grave. Best Wishes!

Added by Patricia Harrison Armstro... on Aug 12, 2014 8:16 AM

KatR.
RE: Mary (Connors) Sheehan
Great! I'm glad you found her! :)

Added by KatR. on Aug 11, 2014 1:01 PM

KatR.
RE: Mary (Connors) Sheehan
What were her dates again?

Added by KatR. on Aug 04, 2014 11:57 AM

KatR.
RE: Mary (Connors) Sheehan
Colma is called the "city of the dead" because there are so many cemeteries. Perhaps she was buried in a another one? Maybe try Cypress Lawn? It is next door to Holy Cross.

Added by KatR. on Aug 04, 2014 11:24 AM

Brenda Sunday
RE: Strosnider & McDonald headstones
Yes, it is too bad that the cemeteries don't put those stones back up so they are not lost forever!

Added by Brenda Sunday on Aug 02, 2014 6:13 AM

Brenda Sunday
RE: Strosnider & McDonald headstones
You are very welcome! Yes, I think they are peonies, but they are kind of taking over the stone. A lot of the stones in that cemetery are totally covered by plants so that it is hard to read them. The other day when I was there I noticed they had started to clean them away from the stones. Glad they were taking the time to do that because those stones are old. Anyway, I could not find any of the Denny's you put in requests for. I found a few but not the ones you are looking for. Maybe there aren't any stones for them.

Added by Brenda Sunday on Aug 01, 2014 6:11 AM

Jody Boyd
Elizabeth Sutton
I need an answer by Friday morning, as I will be going out there Friday afternoon to get pix of the last 3. Otherwise, you will have to wait for a while till more requests for that cemetery to come in. It is a long way there and a dusty gravel road. Thanks, Jody

Added by Jody Boyd on Jul 30, 2014 5:28 PM

Jody Boyd
Elizabeth Sutton
Hi,

I went to St. John's cemetery today, but couldn't find Elizabeth. I know that she had a tombstone in 2000. Don't know if vandals got it or not yet. Sextant is also working on it. What we are wondering is if you know of other family members: I.E. her parents or others that she may be buried on their lot? I found all the rest except for this one.

Jody

Added by Jody Boyd on Jul 30, 2014 5:05 PM

Ed Metesh
Paulette Miller
Greetings, Wilma Marie Nicholson is also buried here. If you create the memorial and request. I can supply the photo.

Added by Ed Metesh on Jul 28, 2014 9:34 AM

Jim
RE: Edith B. (Brimmer) Gordon
done - thanks.

Added by Jim on Jul 24, 2014 9:03 PM

Jim
RE: Judith Perry's headstone
Just added the photo. Thanks for the heads up. - Jim

Added by Jim on Jul 19, 2014 8:44 PM

David McNally
RE: Ferguson correction
My pleasure Sharon,
Yes, Martha Jane (Price) Ferguson was Henrietta W. Ferguson's mother as well as Willis E. Ferguson. She was the wife of Wilbert A. Ferguson but I have been unable to find his grave.

Added by David McNally on Jul 13, 2014 6:52 PM

Suzanne Andrews
RE: Patrick Rohan
I will see if I can find an obituary for you. I'm not sure if I can do it this week as we have company until Friday. I have several things I need to do at the Butte Archives so I will add this to the list. If I don't get it this week, I definitely need to go to the Archives next week.

About the way the cemetery is numbered. In about 1980-1982 the local organization of the DAR ladies (Daughters of the American Revolution) walked the cemeteries in Butte and transcribed the headstones that were there. For St. Pat's, they didn't have a map of the cemetery, so they sketched out their own map and lettered the blocks and numbered the rows. The cemetery did have a map and I'm not sure if they realized that or not when they created their own. The cemetery is broken down into numbered Blocks and lots within the blocks, and graves within the lots. I hope that makes sense. The DAR locations aren't wrong exactly, but they are very difficult to determine where the gravesites are within their lettered blocks. According to cemeteries records, they are not recognized by their system. I think the DAR sent the files to Rootsweb and that's how they got published. Not sure tho.

Because I volunteer for the Butte Archives, I was one of the volunteers who took it upon ourselves to "borrow" the cemetery records and scan them. I scanned have saved a copy for my own use for the purpose of findagrave and other research I do. I've learned pretty good how to find my way around the cemeteries and can usually find the gravesites if they are marked. If they aren't marked, of course, it is difficult to say exactly where a grave is located at time.

I hope this makes sense to you. If you have any questions, let me know. I will get back to you as soon as I can, and in the meantime, if you think of anything else you can email me. suzandrews@bresnan.net

Added by Suzanne Andrews on Jul 06, 2014 9:34 PM

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