|Rose A (#46489858)|
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|Hi My Name is Rosemary Anderson Amb. I was born and raised in San Diego California. I am almost 76 and live in the mid-west,south of Chicago.|
I spent my tween,teen years, and college years in El Cajon Ca after moving "East" from San Diego. I graduated from Grossmont High,Class of 58,and graduated SDSU with a BA in History in 1962. Started Grad school there.
Taught for a short while. Married my Husband Dennis a Naval Officer in 1963 Had our daughter Vikki in 1964 .Retired because of Fibro and became a domestic engineer. Dennis became an Engineer for GE for 34 years We have now been married for 53 years.
I Have done extensive volunteer work over the years.
Hobbies are reading, travel,Genealogy and Photography
Have been to all 50 states, Canada many times and most of Europe several times. I especially loved the UK especially Scotland I love people and now am just getting into Genealogy
Thanks to Doris for taking my sister's picture at Greenwood and my dear friends the Graingers at Mt Hope. Thanks to Joann Gardner for her pic of my folks at El Cajon Cemetary. Thanks to New York Historian for the photo of my maternal Grandmothe's r Kathryn Tietjens Grave and to all the others who took photos of my family, friends, and god mothers
Genealogy :looking for from my Dad's side Charles A Anderson, Emigrated from Sweden, Paternal Grandmother Augusta Christianson or Fredholm which was changed changed to Kling upon arrival in the US ) aLSO emigrated from Sweden They lived in Chicago, Silverton Col, Oakland Ca,and San Diego
Mom's side Grandfather: Charles Tietjens His Father Jacob: Grandmother, Kathryn Gallagher Lived in New York City, and Bronx Throgs Neck
firstname.lastname@example.org or daughter Norskawood@Yahoo.com
For Genelogy for family or friends Have question, information comments etc Alway glad to hear from friends or family and will try to help Rose
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|Deb Ness||RE: John Amb's Photo|
Rose, you are so welcome!
Added by Deb Ness on Jun 29, 2016 9:17 AM
|Marcial||Gallagher - Kehoe|
DONE! I went to the grave with eyes closed. It was exactly where I thought it was. And everything else was like I said before: Plot or row was "S" as in Sam, and grave number "58" was wrong because it was too high a number. The correct grave number is just "8". I uploaded 4 photos to each memorial.
Added by Marcial on Mar 29, 2016 9:33 AM
"...in Section 15 the rows or "Plots" go from A to W, and..."
Added by Marcial on Mar 28, 2016 9:16 AM
|Marcial||William and Catherine Gallagher|
Hi Rose, I am a photo volunteer for "New Calvary" (and occasionally for Old [First] Calvary). The so called "New" Calvary has 3 divisions: Third Calvary, Second Calvary and Fourth Calvary, in that order, coming from Queens Boulevard. In Third and Second Calvary, there are sections and in each section there are many rows of graves. Each row of graves is called "Plot" and a letter has been assigned to it. Unfortunately, they call it "Plot" because that term could be confusing. In my opinion after a long experience visiting Calvary, they should call it "Row", that would be simple and would not create confusions. A group of 6, 7, 8... adjacent graves in the same row or "Plot" is called a "Range", where each grave has a number. The system followed by Calvary in Third and Second Divisions is to place those four parameters or locators in this order: Section-Range-Plot-Grave #. "Plot" is the only letter whereas the other three got numbers. Your assumption is totally correct, 15-36-S-58, means Section 15, Range 36, Plot S, Grave # 58. I am looking at the official, detailed New Calvary map and I can tell you that in Section 15 the rows or "Plots" go from 1 to W, and the Ranges go from 1 to 44. The only thing that seems a little high to me is the grave number, 58. Maybe it is 5-8, which means graves 5, 6, 7, 8. I am planning to take care of your request this week. The grave number is not a problem, once I got the row or "Plot" and the "Range". Even with the "Plot" alone I can find a grave as long as it has a headstone on it with the names. All I have to do is walk the entire row. I've done that a few times. So I will tell you what I find. Sorry about this long explanation.
Added by Marcial on Mar 28, 2016 7:19 AM
|Teacher Sleuth||RE: Charles and Irene Tietjens|
I was glad to provide you with the photo. I took the liberty of making a memorial for Mary A. Cox Rice, and attaching the photo to her memorial. It is strange she was not buried with her husband. Who knows why?
I taught middle school English and history. I did my time, and am glad I'm now retired. Now I can do what I enjoy. Teaching middle school kids lost its appeal, as you can imagine. if there are any other photos I can take for you, let me know.
|Teacher Sleuth||Charles and Irene Tietjens|
I uploaded the photo to both their memorials. Irene's last name was misspelled. You need to reverse the i and e. Also, be sure to move Charles to Old Saint Raymond's cemetery that way, their memorials will be together. I'll create a memorial for Mary A. Rice and upload the photo. If you want to do it, let me know.
|Teacher Sleuth||Charles Tietjens|
I have claimed the photo request. However, the name of the cemetery he should be listed in is under the name Old Saint Raymond's Cemetery. That is the correct name, and contains thousands of internments. The name you used for the cemetery only contains one other memorial. That's because the cemetery was not written correctly. I will go out tomorrow or Friday to take the photo.
|Roger Parrish||RE: My Granpa|
I have two generation (My Mother and Father as well as my Maternal Grandparents) in the Bible Mausoleum at Greenwood as well.
Will be glad to help. Send your request to my personal email; email@example.com.
|Esperer||RE: Mary Helens Thomas|
Hi Rose: Almost a year ago I tried to photograph Mary Thomas' Grave but they had not yet marked it. I went down there today and they still haven't. I'll keep it on my "watch" list. Tom
Added by Esperer on Jul 25, 2009 6:40 PM