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Howard Doug DeSart (#48163343)
 member for 1 year, 3 months, 29 days
Dana Gould
Rosa Saxton photo
Thank you so much for going out and taking the photo of my Grandmother's headstone. I very much appreciate it!

I am not sure if there were stones on my Grandfather (Charles Saxton) or my Uncle's (John Saxton) but they should have been right next to Rosa Lee. Did you happen to notice if there were stones? Don't go back out, I was just curious if there were.

Thanks so much!

Dana

Added by Dana Gould on Jul 14, 2013 10:22 AM

jbrubaker
Thanks for the photo!

Added by jbrubaker on Jul 13, 2013 10:10 AM

Pete
RE: Butts
Thanks Howard!

If you need this:
Bernard Joseph Healy, d. 22 Jan 1990
Esther (Benson) Healy, d. 1 Sep 1998

I appreciate your help,
Pete

Added by Pete on Jul 12, 2013 5:38 AM

Pete
Butts
Hi Howard,
Thanks for claiming Clair and Verna Butts request.

Should you happen to run across Bernard and Esther Healy while you are out looking I'd greatly appreciate photos of their markers as well.

Verna and Esther were sisters.

I have a request in for Bernard and Esther's obits but right now I cannot say they are interred here with any certainty. They just happened to live in Placerville too.

I grew up in Rancho Cordova, Powell's restaurant is one of my favorites, Lazy Man's Cippino mmm mmm good!

Thanks,
Pete

Added by Pete on Jul 11, 2013 4:05 PM

sherjstone
John Mattley in Jackson, CA
Hi,

I actually transferred that memorial to Sandy Morrey, who I believe is related to the Mattleys. She'd requested a photo and I took them of all the Mattleys I could find and created memorials for those that didn't have one.

She'd be the one to ask if she'd like the photo you found. Sandy's member number is #46881391.

Thanks so much for your efforts, though!
Sherrill

Added by sherjstone on Jun 27, 2013 3:12 PM

Lester Letson
RE: Otho J Lundy
I have been to the Mono County Monument that marks where the town of Lundy used to sit before the reservoir was created and Lundy Lake left the original town at the bottom of the lake. The ruins of the May Lundy mine still sit up above where the town was. The name on the town stuck in my mind and I checked my Findagrave names on a hunch when I came back from visiting Bodie, Lundy, and June Lake. Sure enough, the Lundy's moved to Fresno of all places, and I had photographed their final resting places. Makes my history trip wanderings a little more meaningful when I can tie them together....

Added by Lester Letson on Jun 26, 2013 11:56 PM

 
 

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