I meant Thomas' MOTHER'S maiden name was Harrigan ....sorry
Added by history4sure on Nov 17, 2014 12:05 PM
|history4sure||RE: Thomas Murphy|
Hi: Thanks for making the link & birth date change - his wife's name was Eliza Harrigan. I also have looked for her - she was still in their Park City home on the 1900 census.
The first son is the only one I have ever found. She would have had to die after 1900 and you would think she would be there with her husband; but her birth was recorded as April 1850, so if she lived another 20 or 30 years, she could have remarried & have another surname.
Sometimes I put a woman's first name in the "suspect" cemetery search & she comes up...but it's a long shot. One, an "Elizabeth Ranieri", came up with unknown birth and a death in 1893 - but too vague. I always hope for a maiden name, a companion stone, or other marriage record....no luck.
Added by history4sure on Nov 17, 2014 12:00 PM
|Emily ღ Rose||RE: Miguel CHAVEZ or Chaves Jr|
Thanks I had forgot that you moved!
Added by Emily ღ Rose on Sep 21, 2014 11:14 AM
|Emily ღ Rose||RE: Miguel CHAVEZ or Chaves Jr|
Chaves _Mount Calvery
Hey I know it's been forever since you took these pictures for me! If you are ever back there...doing some work. Can you get the GPS for me? I'm taking my elderly grandma there & I heard it's a huge cemetery! I don't want to get lost. Just if you go back...no worries if you don't
Added by Emily ღ Rose on Sep 15, 2014 3:41 PM
|Barbara Anne (Brownell) Potter||RE: John Worthen #5380893|
I have never recv'd anything about this child until today and the change is completed.
Added by Barbara Anne (Brownell) P... on Jul 04, 2014 11:42 PM
|Jane Brereton Netcher||RE: Lizzie buccambuso #109774699|
I wish I could help with the birth year but utah won't make birth certificates public. Have to be a relative. I am glad you could at least find her mother. I am also sad about her death how terrible. Thank you for your great work!
Added by Jane Brereton Netcher on Jul 03, 2014 11:02 PM
|Jane Brereton Netcher||Lizzie buccambuso #109774699|
Just thought you would like to know I sent you edits for her. You couldn't find her in the death certificate index because they spelt her name wrong they have it as Bucabuso.
Thank you for your service.
Added by Jane Brereton Netcher on Jun 29, 2014 11:50 PM
|Piper||Raymond and Marian Lawson|
Great photo of Memorial Site.
Added by Piper on Jun 24, 2014 2:33 PM
I transferred to you...hope that's o.k. ;-)
Sorry it took so long to reply.
Added by Bluzcat on May 21, 2014 12:42 PM
|Sherie Grimson||RE: re: Helen Packman Barrett, et al|
Thank you so much. You have done a great job and it is much appreciated!!!
Sherie Barrett Grimson
Added by Sherie Grimson on Apr 07, 2014 5:32 PM
|Sherie Grimson||re: Helen Packman Barrett, et al|
Thank you for creating the memorials for everyone listed. I do want to note one correction. Maj. Robert W Holland. He is shown as having a spouse - Earl M. Cooper (1899-1966)*. This is incorrect. Maj. Holland's only spouse was Helen Marie Packman Barrett (1917-2004)*. Earl M. Cooper (1899-1966)* spouse is Mildred B. Cooper - 1904-1985. There is a memorial sheet for her. All of these people are buried at Mount Calvary Cemetery.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Again, thank you for your time and effort in creating these memorials.
Sherie Barrett Grimson
Added by Sherie Grimson on Apr 06, 2014 5:27 PM
|Renee Wright||Annie Morino|
Hi again .. good to hear from you ...
I am not related to the Morinos so have transferred this memorial for you to work on ...
I was not able to find a death certificate or other information as to parents for Annie .. this is something I usually like to do for any memorials I add ..
Good Luck in your search ...
Added by Renee Wright on Mar 23, 2014 7:26 AM
|Clifford Harold Pedersen||Kern and Perri Memorials|
Thank you RJ for your prompt response and cooperation. The Kern family is most appreciative.
Added by Clifford Harold Pedersen on Mar 09, 2014 9:39 AM
|Jason O'Driscoll||RE: Driscolls in Mt. Calvary Cemetery|
Thanks for the help.
Added by Jason O'Driscoll on Feb 17, 2014 9:27 AM
|Arlene Gertsch||Vernon Grave|
Thanks....I went with what they names in the Obit, but found out later it was different and had forgotten to change it. Thanks for the reminder. It is done now.
Added by Arlene Gertsch on Jan 05, 2014 5:04 PM
|Judy Ardohain||RE: Nicola Anselmo|
Yes, that answers my question. Nicola Anselmo was a male coal miner killed May 1, 1900 in the Winter Quarters, Utah mine explosion. My husband and I have been doing some research on the explosion and was interested in Nicola Anselmo's grave.
Added by Judy Ardohain on Dec 27, 2013 3:09 PM
|William DeCoursey||RE: Ray Spilman|
Thank you for linking Charles Spilman with his parents. I'm not certain at this point where his wife, Grace, is buried. I assume that it is at Sunset Memorial (about 2 miles from here); but some of the family is buried at Lakewood. I'm going to check with both cemeteries and see if they have a record. Thank you for making the link.
Charles Mason Spilman, Sr. is my great-granduncle. The common ancestors are Harvey and Mary (Mason) Spilman, bur. at Lakewood. I visited Lakewood Cemetery a couple of weeks ago, and took some pictures. The gravesite has changed quite a bit in the last 40 years, since I was last there. The large upright SPILMAN monument has been removed and separate pieces of it are buried at flat ground level. Some pieces in the wrong lot. But I was able to sort it all out. Actually the SPILMAN patriarchs, Harvey and Mary (Mason) Spilman, were originally interred at Laymans Cemetery on Lake Street, but their graves were dug up, along with several others during some construction on Lake Street in May 1913, and they were re-interred at Lakewood. JUST A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY. So, if you see "Laymans Cemetery" on a death certificate prior to 1913, and can't find the grave there, check at Lakewood Cemetery.
Added by William DeCoursey on Nov 17, 2013 6:01 PM
|Joan Gill||RE: Jennie Schafer|
Jennie is found. Mt Calvary in Salt Lake City, but no headstone.
Added by Joan Gill on Oct 31, 2013 4:09 PM
|1traviesa||RE: Amalia Ybarra|
Thank you so much for your time!
Added by 1traviesa on Sep 30, 2013 4:42 PM
Thanks so much for all your work' I don't get to Find a Grave as often as I'd like to. You're awesome.
Added by Bluzcat on Sep 03, 2013 11:55 AM
|C. Boley||Richard E. and Emma Belle Ganahl|
Thank you for posting the photo of their headstone to their memorials.
Added by C. Boley on Sep 02, 2013 7:25 PM
Added by GraverGuy on Aug 10, 2013 11:31 PM
|Tom Tosh||Theresa Gardner memorial|
Thanks for the great photo and for the heads up on posting to the baby's memorial as well. Your efforts are truly appreciated.
Added by Tom Tosh on Aug 09, 2013 10:49 AM
|Emily ღ Rose||Miguel CHAVEZ or Chaves Jr|
Oh my gosh! Hello to me! YOU FOUND HIM!! I thought you were talking about his dad!!! Thank you thank you! I feel so dumb for just leaving that other message!! LOL I've been working on so many other problems I didn't look at my own! Thanks so much! Was he next to them? I would love to come find them. I heard it's a big cemetery? I'd probably get lost! I'm from a small town in central utah.
Thanks so MUCH!
Added by Emily ღ Rose on Aug 06, 2013 5:56 PM
|Emily ღ Rose||RE: Chavez|
Ok...Yes.We are finding that the name was spelled Chaves on my great grandma's stone and Chavez on everybody else? I will let you know soon! Thanks! I'm still searching! Looks like someone fullfilled the photos for their daughter Marie Chavez Perkins already. So I just need to find out about their son. He has to be buried there. The death certificate states that. The living relative that we have contact with is almost 90! She has no idea. She's not much older than my grandma. I'll put a request in for Miguel Chavez Jr. See what happens. Thanks for your reply
Added by Emily ღ Rose on Aug 06, 2013 5:51 PM