|Thomas Lang (#47296176)|
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Pythian Home Santa Rosa
Nei "originally born" = maiden name!
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|Christina Chenoweth||Walter Martin|
Born 1856 ?
Died 1824 ?
Something is not right.
I am the GGGgranddaughter of Horace Greeley Lamb and I can not find any information on him. I know he donated some of his land for this cemetery. Any suggestions?
Yeah...apparently we were all supposed to just "know" about the edit feature being activated because it would "be too hard" to notify everyone :)
As far as James vs. G....James is on the death record and if I've learned anything with "that cemetery" it's that it didn't seem to matter what was on the death certificate or even the headstone, the name was sort of "changed" into whatever the Italian version of the name was...Joseph became Giuseppe, John became Giovanni, Louis became Luigi and so on....so, one option would be to leave G. in place for the given name and use James as the "nickname" until you see a picture of the actual headstone (if there is one) :)
|Squeak||re: your flickr account question|
I saw your question on your bio about the names on the Italian stone. This is the transcription, as we would post it in FindAGrave:
Evelina "Pesciatini" Meliani 1885-1950
(Pesciatini is her maiden name. The 2nd e in Evelina is just washed out, but you can see the remnants of the e.)
Sestilia "Meliani" Guerrucci 1860-1943
(Meliani is her maiden name)
Maria Meliani 1888-1908
By the way, nei has the same meaning as née is English. Many times you will see obituaries, death notices, and occasionally on stones that will say something like "Jane Smith née Doe" or "Jane Smith (née Doe)". Née basically means "originally born".
Hope that helps! =)
Added by Squeak on Feb 16, 2014 9:01 PM
|Jan Davis||RE: Weeks|
Hello Mr. Lang: My name is Jan-Loren Davis and I am the grandson of Wayne Ignatius Weeks and Lucy Brewer Weeks, aka Lucinda Weeks. I am wondering if you received the note I attempted to e-mail in response to your effort to link the various burial sites of the descendants of William and Mary Weeks? As I recall, William Carroll Weeks and Jones Matthew Weeks are interred at the Bloomfield Cemetery in Sonoma County, California. George Walter Weeks is buried at the National Cemetery in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. James Peter Weeks is buried at the National Cemetery in Wisconsin. Malcolm C. Weeks is interred in the Sebastopol Occidental area and Wayne Ignatius Weeks is interred near Calistoga, California, along with Lucy Brewer Weeks and my mother, Joyce Luayne Weeks. Wayne and Lucy's son, Norman Brewer Weeks, is buried at the Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Mateo County, California.
Please let me know if additional information is needed as my family greatly appreciates your consideration.
I FINALLY was able to take pictures of Alfred and Anne's resting place. Please check your email for a lot of info I sent you.
Added by Squeak on Feb 16, 2014 4:45 PM
|Willadean (Kelly) Milar||RE: Garver @ Bloomfield|
Thanks!! I am a descendant of Adam Kuffel # 37430697 & Sarah Poe # 19672034,(dau of Adam Poe).
Records showed that Elizabeth (Poe) had married a Gaver. Today I discovered where she went!
I am glad that you stepped in & are helping us.
I will go back this weekend and try again. Hopefully no one else will claim the photo request before then.
Added by Squeak on Jan 22, 2014 11:40 AM
|Mark B.||Many thanks!|
Thank you so much first of all for taking the time to be the caretaker of these memorials of my family and thank you for giving them to me to look after. I really appreciate your time and communication Thomas. Thank you, Mark Bregante
Added by Mark B. on Jan 21, 2014 11:43 AM
|Peg & Lacey||Sr Mary Callaghan|
Hi Thomas! I transferred Sr Mary to your care. Merry Christmas!
|Jan Davis||Children of William and Mary Weeks:|
Hello Mr Lang: I am finally getting back to you in regards to several links, which you may want to make known, on the website for Bloomfield Cemetery, Find A Grave.
Wayne Ignatius Weeks, 1895 to 1967, who along with his with wife, Lucy Dow Brewer Weeks, aka, Lucinda Weeks, and daughter, Joyce Luayne Weeks, aka, Joyce Weeks Davis, are interred near Calistoga, California.
James Peter Weeks, WWI Veteran, 1896 to 1968. James is interred in Merrill, Wisconsin where I believe you will find a link to the National Cemetery through Find A Grave.
Several family members have genealogical information available on-line. My busiest time of year has passed and if you should need additional information please contact me at (firstname.lastname@example.org) Sincerely, Jan L. Davis.
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