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Christine Carlston (#48002291)
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Don Green
RE: Don A. Jenkins

You're very welcome for the photos, Christine. Always glad to help memorialize a vet. In fact I also forwarded the photo to the cemetery (a side project). Inglewood is setting up a section to honor the vets buried at their cemetery, expect it to be up and running in a month. Since the cemetery has over 400,000 interments, the number of vets will also be in the thousands.

Glad I could help out with your request !

Don

Added by Don Green on Jul 24, 2014 11:28 AM

Craig Chapman
Guy Gardner
Thank you for the information on Guy Gardner.
I updated his memorial this morning

Added by Craig Chapman on Sep 28, 2013 10:31 AM

Chris Vicary
RE: Oliver James Jenkins
I did get pictures of the two girls' graves also and they are uploaded. Violet's is almost illegible but I was able to match it up based on the plot it was in. Nettie's was much more readable and even has the date visible on it. Of all the graves I have seen in this cemetery thusfar these two are the only ones that appear to have been handwritten in the mortar. Oliver's headstone must be fairly new as it has no signs of weathering at all and looks modern. Makes me wonder when it was redone and by who.

Added by Chris Vicary on Sep 02, 2013 11:01 PM

LaDana Riddle Knupp
Jeannette Tone Ogden
Thank you for posting the picture of my Great Aunt Nettie. LRK

Added by LaDana Riddle Knupp on Aug 20, 2013 2:00 PM

Andrea
Oliver James Jenkins
It is so wonderful that you found his grave! All these years we have all thought that he was buried somewhere in Alberta Canada, we just didn't know where. You have found the proof of exactly where. I looked up the 2 girls in the same cemetery who both died in 1900. They are listed, but the information has them both being born in 1900 and both dieing in 1905. This is wrong information as I have a document in the form of a note given to the family by members of their LDS Ward expressing condolences in 1900 for the loss of the two girls so close together. And they were both older than their brother, my grandfather, who was born in 1891.

Added by Andrea on Aug 07, 2013 11:33 PM

Melodey Wood
Oliver James Jenkins
Would you like me to transfer Oliver's memorial to you? I am not related.

Added by Melodey Wood on Aug 07, 2013 10:51 PM

Andrea
Oliver James Jenkins
I didn't know that there was a grave for Oliver James Jenkins. This is the first I've seen it. I thought we didn't know where he was buried. Do you know if Richard and Sarah Ann's two girls who died of Diphtheria in 1900 are buried in the same cemetery? Nettie May and Violet?

Added by Andrea on Aug 05, 2013 9:55 PM

Andrea
Ebba & Monte
There you are! You DID create their memorials. Remember, though, that there was no hyphen between your grandmother's middle names. Just like my grandma, they were just two separate names. Do you have pictures of their grave stones? I see you used one of the pictures of your grandma that I received from our cousin in Sweden. So glad to see you on here, cuz! I have made you a friend of mine on Find A Grave.

Added by Andrea on Aug 05, 2013 9:49 PM

Tom McKinnon
William & Afton Gardner
Were these two married? If so I'll be happy to add the link. I did add the parents' name to each memorial and I appreciate the information.

Added by Tom McKinnon on Jun 22, 2013 3:04 PM

 
 

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