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chris maes (#48174678)
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Kathy
Madill & Hand
Do you know where her two spouses are buried yet?
Kathy

Added by Kathy on May 29, 2015 10:27 AM

Kathy
Maria Adeline(Priem) Madill-Hand
Hi! Chris
I have few suggestions for you.

Her maiden name is Priem.
You need to make sure you posted it in the blank for the maiden name, nothing else. Normally the surname of the last spouse is used, with a NOTE made about multiple spouses. I would record their surname as

Madill-Hand

No / line marks or , comas. It could also get over whelming.

Glad ya posted it. Now that family is slowly getting connected. Take care & God bless.
kathy

Added by Kathy on May 26, 2015 8:56 PM

Thomas L. Harman
Lannie Forney
Chris,

Thank you so much for Lannie's tombstone photo.

That was fast response!!

Merry Christmas to you and yours.

Tom

Added by Thomas L. Harman on Dec 24, 2014 5:34 PM

DJ Csikos
Muzzal family photos
Thank you so much for the photo of Henry's cemstone and all the others there too.
Appricate your efforts, Dianna

Added by DJ Csikos on Oct 15, 2014 8:48 AM

Nadine Gauthier Heppell
LAWHORNE/Santa Barbara Cem
Thanks for your quick response to my request. I have a 1938 Old Spanish Days poster/print that was saved from an old issue of Santa Barbara Magazine. Roy LAWHORNE's name is in the bottom R corner. He apparently taught at Santa Barbara State Teacher's College [precursor of U.C.S.B.] and was listed in the Santa Barbara City Directory in 1927 as a sign, scenic, and commercial artist. From 1936 through 1941, Seaside Oil Co. sponsored the Fiesta posters and later underwrote the fireworks displays at the Old Mission. I am not related to this fellow, but i was born and raised in Santa Barbara and have enjoyed tracking down this bit of local history.

Added by Nadine Gauthier Heppell on Sep 21, 2014 6:02 PM

d dennis sheridan
RE: Thomas Dennis
thanks for your help`

Added by d dennis sheridan on Aug 23, 2014 7:01 PM

d dennis sheridan
Thomas J Dennis
Oh I see - his grave is unmarked in this area..oh dear

Added by d dennis sheridan on Aug 04, 2014 3:10 PM

d dennis sheridan
THOMAS J DENNIS
thanks very much Chris for the photo - unfortunately I cannot read anything on it. Can you tell me what it says? Thanks. He my great great grandfather... Debbie Dennis Sheridan

Added by d dennis sheridan on Aug 04, 2014 2:40 PM

Diane Pedersen
George & Edythe Shults
Thank you for their headstone photo. Would you please add the photo to her husband's memorial, George Shults # 90317875. I really appreciate you taking time to do this for me.

Added by Diane Pedersen on Aug 02, 2014 7:04 PM

candace cowan
Lowell Macdonald
Thank you so much. You will never understand the gratitude I have for this. Now we have a photo of his resting place. If he was anything like his son,he was a dear man. Allen has a great respect for this man. I am honored to have been able to find this site and very thankful, it led me to you. Thank you so much.

Added by candace cowan on Aug 02, 2014 7:02 PM

Michael V Greenspun
Cemetery Memorial Park
Don't take this the wrong way but the info you gave about Cemetery Park is not 100% correct, none of the remains were removed unless a transfer was requested and paid for by a close relative. If you go to the park you will see ground level markers/headstones all over the park. I went there today but could not find James Leonard's marker, afterwards I contacted the City of Ventura and they verified that his remains are there but there is no marker.

Added by Michael V Greenspun on Apr 25, 2014 1:46 PM

Lyndon Comstock
RE: I copied a link for u
Thank you for the link. I'm not from the area but I find the story both fascinating and disturbing.

Added by Lyndon Comstock on Apr 25, 2014 9:52 AM

Lyndon Comstock
RE: James Leonard
Thanks very much for this detailed response. Your detailed response sounds like it accords with what I heard from the Leonard descendant. His ancestor, James Leonard, was also one of the local pioneers, going back to the 1860s, of Ventura County. He's apparently one of the three thousand whose remains are still there in the park.

Added by Lyndon Comstock on Apr 25, 2014 9:31 AM

Lyndon Comstock
RE: James Leonard
Thanks so much for your information about Cemetery Park.

That just prompted me to contact a Leonard descendant, who just told me a very different story. He said that no permission was obtained from his family, that his ancestor is actually still buried in Cemetery Park, and that the city simply ripped up the headstones and dumped them. He actually knows where the mass of dumped headstones are.

These are, needless to say, radically different versions of the story. I'd be interested in knowing more, do you have more information you can provide?

Added by Lyndon Comstock on Apr 25, 2014 9:02 AM

Lyndon Comstock
RE: James Leonard
Thanks very much for letting me know. I'll try to research further what's become of him.

Thanks,
Lyndon

Added by Lyndon Comstock on Apr 25, 2014 1:13 AM

Gordon Houston Holmes
Chunn Photos
Thanks Chris, I appreciate your time, and have a great day

Gordon

Added by Gordon Houston Holmes on Mar 09, 2014 10:02 AM

EGF
Ernest and Charlotte (Pryor) Bennett
Many thanks for the beautiful photography and rapid response. You are a credit to Find A Grave.

Added by EGF on Feb 23, 2014 9:05 PM

David Morse
RE: Francis Dougherty
Deleted photos "done". Thanks...

Added by David Morse on Feb 04, 2014 5:35 PM

Tropico Gravers
Factory Reject
I guess some people don't appreciate "gallows humor". I think the family to the left of his marker were Japanese, and they are not necessarily known for their sense of humor. Not sure about the other people around him. I guess I could see how someone could take offense. But I must say he certainly got a lot more attention with that marker than he would have otherwise.

Added by Tropico Gravers on Feb 04, 2014 12:17 AM

ChaseCreekKid
Thank you very much...
for the headstone/marker photo for Nati's memorial...Best Wishes!

Added by ChaseCreekKid on Feb 03, 2014 7:29 PM

Photobuff
RE: Francis Dougherty
Wow! Thanks! If you happen to run across any "POOLE" or "O'Lague" names..these may be my relatives as well. Hopefully one day we come visit Sunny California…my birthplace! : )

Added by Photobuff on Feb 03, 2014 12:00 PM

Tropico Gravers
Factory Reject - Forest Lawn Glendale
I suspect that it was a bit of a joke by Mr. Hutchinson -- he may have had a quirky sense of humor, much like some of the gravers I know!

Added by Tropico Gravers on Jan 26, 2014 11:36 AM

CHRISTOPHER BELL
RE: ANDREW CAWELTI
Hi Chris,
All I know is that they are located at an old cremation garden. The location is CR1 Lot 5.
I do not know if there is a marker. I greatly appreciate your assistance!

Chris Bell

Added by CHRISTOPHER BELL on Jan 22, 2014 10:06 AM

CHRISTOPHER BELL
RE: ANDREW CAWELTI
Hi Chris,
All I know is that they are located at an old cremation garden. The location is CR1 Lot 5.
I do not know if there is a marker. I greatly appreciate your assistance!

Chris Bell

Added by CHRISTOPHER BELL on Jan 22, 2014 10:06 AM

Howard Simons
Edith West Hardt
Edith Iva Rummel West Hardt is still perplexing. It would appear that after her 2nd husband Phillip Hardt died in 1965 in Ohio, she moved and lived with her son Paul Alfred West memorial #23459553, from her 1st marriage to Charles Alfred West, also buried in Ohio.
Perhaps the cemetery's information for Edith will clarify who the purchaser or owner of plot that she is in. If Paul Alfred West is listed, this should close the book.

regards

Howard
Lewis, Delaware

Added by Howard Simons on Jan 22, 2014 7:27 AM

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