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|Barbara A. in CA||Manuel Leal|
Thank you very much for transferring Manuel Leal to me. I was surprised to locate the obituary. Please check out his memorial. Thank you again. Barbara A in CA
|The Genealogy Genie||Thank you!|
I want to thank you for posting a photo of the gravestone of Henry Brown who is buried at Cayucos Cemetery. I was pleasantly surprised to see it. Your kind act means a great deal to me.
|Alysia||RE: Hayner - Original Lutheran Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the quick response! The memorials look really great. I don't mind at all if you add the gravestone photos to them. It supposed to be rainy here for the next week, but as soon as the ground dries up, Ill definitely try to get back over there and start clearing the dirt off the flat markers with a broom. Talk to you later :)
Added by Alysia on Apr 07, 2015 6:18 PM
|2 Spiritwalkers||Theodore Zarzana 63905649|
Thank you for providing the recommended edits for Mr Zarzana. We have added the information to his memorial.
Joe & Vikki
|ColbyFarrington||RE: Eve Haner|
Okay, thanks for the information. You already transferred the memorial a long time ago (because I am a descendant of hers) so I'll make the move now. Thanks again.
Hi. You created a memorial for Eve Haner (1785-1827). I just received a message from a Find A Grave contributor saying that Eve is actually buried elsewhere in the county, at the Original Lutheran Cemetery in Haynersville. Do you recall if you actually saw a marker for her in Schaghticoke, or if you just read about that location? The current memorial has an inscription but I requested a photo for it long ago, and it was never fulfilled. Thanks.
|Eileen||RE: Chas. & Eunice Irwin - Placerville|
Thank you for explaining it, I appreciate you taking the time to do so. Eileen
Added by Eileen on Feb 13, 2015 11:22 AM
|Zella||RE: Lewis Kilbourn|
I imagine that the photos are of the correct couple from Wisconsin - it is just that the man in Akron wasn't the correct person - different family entirely. I tried to find a death date for your Wisconsin fellow (Ellen's actual husband), but could not turn up anything. I did run across an obit for his mother, who is buried at the same cemetery as the wife. Your Lewis' parents were Rev. James and Marcia (Jennings) Kilbourne. The mother died in March of 1902; do not know if she died before or after the wife. Lewis was listed as being of Chicago at the time. If that cemetery has an office, you may want to call them and see if Lewis himself eventually got buried there.
Added by Zella on Jan 24, 2015 8:11 PM
You added a photo to the memorial of Lewis Kilbourn, buried in Akron, Ohio in 1983 (memorial #98070306). There is also a spousal link to an Ellen Kilbourn, who died in Wisconsin in 1902, and you added a photo to her memorial also. According to the 1900 census, Ellen's husband, L.W. Kilbourn, was born in 1867, which would make him 116 years old if he were the man buried in Akron. In actuality, the Lewis Kilbourn buried in Akron was born there in 1902, the son of Walter and Laura Kilbourn. By 1930 he was living with his parents in Los Angeles. He died in Oregon and was returned to Akron for burial. He was NOT the man married to Ellen (who died the year he was born). Would you be so kind as to remove the photo, as it is not the correct person. I will contact the manager of Ellen's memorial and ask her to remove the link.
Added by Zella on Jan 24, 2015 1:19 PM
Very curious. I did find James' obituary and record of death. He did die in 1926. How very odd that there he and his son are both listed as survivors in the obituary of Josephine.
Added by SLGMSD on Jan 18, 2015 3:20 PM
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