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Please use the edit feature within the memorial to let me know of any corrections/additions to my listings so that I may make the changes.
I will gladly transfer ownership of a memorial to you if they fall within the Find A Grave guidelines, unless they are part of my own family lines.
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|Iola Stainbrook Bean||RE: Elizabeth E Jordan|
I sent family group sheets to Elizabeth Michaelsen Jordan. She wrote back and said she gave the family sheets to Roberta Bryant, her granddaughter, to fill out. But Elizabeth sent her own information in her letter using the name of Elizabeth E. Jordan. Roberta Willson Bryant filled in her mother, Bertha May Bolinger and filled in Bertha’s mother as Eliza Elizabeth Michaelsen. Since Elizabeth herself gave her name as Elizabeth E., then it must be Elizabeth Eliza. Margaret Stainbrook’s 1983 book says Elizabeth Eliza. Ancestry.com says Eliza Elizabeth. Mooseroots death records says Elizabeth Jordan. Mooseroots doesn’t have a birth or marriage record. In the 1930 Census, Mesa County, Colorado she is Elizabeth Bolinger. In the 1920 census, she is in Christian Michaelsen’s household in Collbran, Colorado as Elizabeth E. Michaelsen. It’s hard to tell, but more often Elizabeth is the first name.
|Amy Feigley||Wayne Egbert|
Thanks a million for the picture :-)
Info added thanks
Added by Shirley on May 20, 2016 6:49 PM
Info added thanks
Added by Shirley on May 20, 2016 6:47 PM
|K E Terrill||RE: Mariner Cook & Esther # 106306981|
Hello Cara, are living in Grand Junction, CO. I grew up there and return often. I spent 3 hours photographing markers with my sister last January. Thank you for the help.
E. E. Cook stands for Esther Elizabeth Cook. She was married to Mariner Cook -no middle name. It is his real name. Their youngest son, Harry, is buried beside his mother. I walked the plot and blocks a couple of years ago with 2 service workers , who found the graves..... at least 2 feet beneath the surface now. No markers that we know of. As for Mariner, there are several articles in the Grand Junction Daily News and The Daily Sentinel from 1901 when Mariner died. The Flume from Leadville, near Como in Park county carried an article about his death and 'presumed' burial plans, etc. etc. No one in any of the cemeteries in the Grand Valley have any records of his burial. There is a strange and poorly written entry in on of the cemeteries near Golden. They lived there and were active members of the community for several years. I hope this closes come loop holes for you. I appreciate all your time and effort. Please be in contact again if or when you have any other ideas. Thank you , Karen Terrill McGuirk.
|pamela west||James Woodworth transfer|
|Meridee D Dunn||RE: Fannie Burnett|
Thank you Cara.
|Meridee D Dunn||Fannie Burnett|
Thank you so much for sending me her obituary to add to her grave entry on Find-A-Grave. One of her grandchildren is my niece. I've done extensive research on her family and her husband's family.
Would it be okay with you for me to add your photo of her headstone to our family tree on Ancestry.com? Thank you for adding it to her entry.
|Emma Walling||Loula Bradshaw|
Thank you so much for the great photo's.
|Jeffry Burden||RE: Carl Snowa|
I am not related, but I would love to have data you can send. I try to gather family info on the people buried at Shockoe Hill Cemetery. Thanks!
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