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Natalia Danesi (#46834833)
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re"Jerome Sheldon Gottler
Hi, re: #26900550. His dates are B. December 2, 1915; D. October 11, 2005. Burial info posted previously is correct.

Frank Reighter
Added by nonsportsnut on Jul 28, 2015 4:19 PM
re:Location of Jerome S. Gottler

I'm a Three Stooges researcher. Jerome S. Gottler (Find A Grave # 26900550) wrote two Three Stooges shorts; "Woman Haters" (1934) and "Sweet & Hot" (1958). Your Find A Grave listing for him has the wrong death date. It should be November 1, 2005. Also, below is his interrment location, which doesn't show on Find A Grave.

Jerome S. Gottler was born in New York City, N.Y. December 2, 1915, and died in Los Angeles, California November 1, 2005. He is interred at Hillside Memorial Park, 6001 W. Centralia Avenue, Culver City (Los Angeles County), California. He is in Acacia Garden; Wall GG; Row G; Space 78.

Frank Reighter
Added by nonsportsnut on Jul 28, 2015 3:16 PM
Dennis McWilliams
Mary V. Waters Vernay

Could you please transfer memorial no 38338777, Mary V Waters Vernay, to me? I am her great great grandson.

Thank you,
Dennis McWilliams
Contributor No 48636245
Added by Dennis McWilliams on Jul 18, 2015 10:12 PM
Thank you so much for transferring my relatives (Walter Goodwin and Mabel Goodwin Collins) over to me. It's much appreciated!
Added by ARW on Mar 09, 2015 7:20 PM
Bob Orr
RE: James Pugh
Natalia - Can you add the photo that you deleted and delete the short story that I could not get included with the larger photo.

Also I will be sending you a 1935 MHS Class photo of him - my Mother graduated in the same call as he did.
Added by Bob Orr on Mar 08, 2015 6:20 AM
Bob Orr
James Pugh - The Jonestown Tragedy
Natalia - I have two more photos that I would like to send but the box is full - one is of Jim's graduating class from Mediapolis, IA and the other is a note that he wrote to my Mother who was also in the graduating class.
Added by Bob Orr on Mar 05, 2015 6:31 AM
Lorna Matthews-McCluskey
Charlotte (Smith) Pickford
Charlotte Hennessey was born Jan. 1, 1873 in Toronto, Ontario to Irish Catholic parents from Co. Kerry. Her mother's maiden name was Pickford.
Charlotte Hennessey married John Charles Smith, a Methodist with English ancestry, who died young from injuries after a workplace accident. They both were born, grew up, were married, became parents, worked and lived in Toronto.
To supplement her income as a seamtress, Charlotte accepted boarders, much to the dismay of her Methodist in-laws. Through the boarders (actors), the Smith family was introduced to the entertainment business. With time, Charlotte changed her last name and that of her children to Pickford.
Yours sincerely,
Lorna McCluskey :-)
Added by Lorna Matthews-McCluskey on Dec 19, 2014 8:04 AM
Chelle Shonk
RE: Natalia Ewald Parsons
Wow, yes please and thank you
Added by Chelle Shonk on Dec 09, 2014 3:28 AM
Martin Douglas Packer
The Huxley Sisters: 2 x Mrs. Collier!!
Added by Martin Douglas Packer on Dec 08, 2014 3:23 AM
Dorothy Graves
Natalie, that would be great if you would transfer them to me. Thank you.
Added by Dorothy Graves on Nov 17, 2014 5:36 PM
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