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Marna (#46932251)
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Annemarie Gerace
RE: Robert and Olive Morrow
You are most welcome for the photo of Robert's gravestone. According to the database at Forest Lawn, Olive is definitely buried next to him in space 3, but I found no marker/stone there. I would check with any of her relatives to see if a marker had ever been ordered for Olive.
Added by Annemarie Gerace on Sep 28, 2014 1:38 PM
Betty Allaire
Vesta Mea Fridborg
Greeting Marna,

I looked up the surname Fridborg on the Forest Lawn Database for you. An low and behold there is another Fridborg laid to rest in the same grave as Vesta. His name is Lawrence A Fridborg no date of birth or date of death is listed.

Are you sure that he is not Vesta husband? On the California, County marriages for April 7, 1931 there is a marriage between a Lawrence A Fridborg & a Vesta Mea Morrow. Father & mother of the groom is listed as Elias Fridborg & Louisa Erickson. Father of the bride is listed as Robert M Morrow & Olive Frances Hineman.

Robert M Morrow & Olive Frances are also laid to rest the Frost Lawn Hollywood Hills location , but they are buried in the Churchyard section.

I hope that this is the information that you are looking for.

Glade to be of help,
Betty Allaire
Added by Betty Allaire on Sep 25, 2014 10:03 PM
Evie (Greer) Schipper
Hello
I'm updating my family tree with the information you emailed me. I had to stop and send you a hello here.
Added by Evie (Greer) Schipper on Jan 31, 2014 3:03 PM
Ian Macaulay
Question
Are you a Purdy? Are you related to a Macaulay?

If you are a Purdy and would possibly like to chat with a Long time Genealogist. Clayton Purdy.
let me know by email and I will send you his info.

If you are related to a Macaulay, please chate with me:-)

I was sending a thank you and saw your name in one of the lower messages. I hope you don't mind.


Ian Macaulay
Added by Ian Macaulay on Nov 18, 2013 9:41 PM
Shawn
McGee relative
Wondered if your a McGee relative, of the McGee's buried in Hoskinsville Cemetery, Hoskinsville, Noble TWP, Noble Co., OH. Please let me know.
Shawn West
Added by Shawn on Jul 10, 2013 8:18 PM
Sharron Thorla
John Thomas and Deliverance Owen Thurla
I'm a descendant of John (referred to as "Thomas" on his headstone and Revolutionary War records)Thomas and Deliverance are my 4th Great Grandparents. I have a picture of "Thomas" Thurla's headstone taken by my Aunt when she visited Noble Co., Ohio in the 1980s. It is a photocopy of the original and not very clear, but it reads, "Thomas Thurla
born in New England
Served as a soldier in the Revolution
Died Dec. 22 1835
The bottom isn't very clear and I can't make it out.
Added by Sharron Thorla on May 31, 2013 6:30 PM
Bob Foster
RE: Margaret Riley
You are quite welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by Bob Foster on May 13, 2013 2:06 PM
Bob Foster
RE: Margaret Riley
You are quite welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by Bob Foster on May 13, 2013 2:05 PM
Robert S. Griffin
RE: Campodonico
Hello,
Could you share what relation the composer was / is to you? Do you know of any historical monuments or markers anywhere in honor of Mr. Campodonico? Do you have any photos of the composer?
Thank You,
Silas Griffin
Added by Robert S. Griffin on Apr 19, 2012 1:56 PM
Robert S. Griffin
RE: Campodonico
Hello,
May I ask what relation your are to the composer Campodonico? I am writing a comprehensive history of Douglas and Agua Prieta and the compiled data I have from my research on Mr. Campodonico will be included. I just don't want anyone trying to take me to court over copyright issues. I have been VERY careful to NOT infringe on anyone's personal information. Find a Grave is a way for people to copyright information. I have information from the Mexican side and from the US side of the border on Mr. Campodonico as composer and refugee from Mexico during the revolution. The research still goes on.
Appreciate your honesty.
Sincerely,
Silas Griffin
Douglas, AZ
Added by Robert S. Griffin on Apr 10, 2012 1:10 PM
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