|Leslee Bloom Dunlap||Elsie Van Eaton|
Leslie, I found Elsie and sent you a correction for her location and added a photo. Have you checked your edits? I also added a photo of the Van Eaton family plot to both Elsie and John's memorials so you can see the location of her grave. If you want those removed from their memorials, let me know.
|LaDonna & Richard McKelvey||RE: Sunset Memorial Park|
You are so welcome. It gives me great satisfaction to know that my volunteer activity is of use to others. Thank you for connecting on Find A Grave. These connections will be available for future researchers.
|Leslee Bloom Dunlap||RE: Donald H. Blankenship|
You are welcome! This will be a great resource. They've worked really hard on it. BTW, how did you find out about Elsie's burial? I haven't seen her son in a long time so hadn't been able to ask like I told you I would. I've been working a lot. :(
|Leslee Bloom Dunlap||Donald H. Blankenship|
Lewis County Historical Society has an obit for your Donald H. Blankenship, (Donald H. Blankenship 1910-1968 Oroville California). Go to their website @ http://www.lewiscountymuseum.org/research-library/obituary-database/b/. Their database just went on-line.
|Chilton J Wojtysiak||Eva Pakala|
I work for Longview Memorial Park and Steele Chapel. I cannot find any record of Eva being buried here. Her husband Adolph is here but I cannot find anything for Eva in our extensive records.
|Cindy Helm Chadduck||Vernon Morse|
We went to Pioneer Burial Park yesterday afternoon to fulfill your request. We could not locate the stone that you are requesting. We located many of the Morse stones but not Vernon Morse.
Pioneer Burial Park is a smaller cemetery (94 interments) and since you said he was at Plot 35 - we must regretfully conclude there is not a headstone for Vernon. Is it possible that Vernon was laid to rest in another cemetery? We ask since the records indicate all the other Morse family with Row and Plot Numbers. There are approximately 15 interments per row and the cemetery is well kept and easily walked.
Just wanted to let you know that we did attempt.
BJ 'n Cindy
I able to confirm with the cemetery today that only Mary McNulty has a headstone. John McNulty and Stephen McNulty do not have one. Would you like a photo of their burial plots? In addition, I was able to get John McNulty's obit from the cemetery. Mary and Stephen didn't have one on file. I am not tech savvy so I could snail mail the obit to you if you are interested in it. If so, email me privately at firstname.lastname@example.org
|mshunter||RE: Claquato / Silvercreek Cemetery|
Sorry, but the information actually came to me from the manager at Claquato Cemetery. She has been exceptionally helpful to me over time in locating grave site locations. She definitely has other resources that I can only dream of. If you contact her at Claquato Cemetery hopefully she will be able to help you.
Kindest regards, mshunter
Added by mshunter on May 16, 2016 6:45 PM
|Lleeah||RE: Fort Snelling Volkmans|
You're very welcome; it's my honor to take photos there. This was the best time of year to catch these stones in sun-soon they will be completely shaded by the deciduous tree to the south. Please let me know if i can help with any other photos there.
Added by Lleeah on Apr 02, 2016 6:11 PM
|Nathan Haines||John Henry Clark|
I got the pics per your request for John Clark's grave. I will transfer him to you if you want him.
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