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|Took over management of memorials in Washington state that belonged to Scotty|
Addy -These memorials that belonged to Scotty, were photographed by ChuckNorris and are being researched and updated by BluMoKitty. Once the updates are complete they are being sent on to the care of ChuckNorris. Working together has made these memorials more complete, with the hope that it will benefit others so they may find their connection to a family member.
Sprague Catholic-County Line-Creston-Edwall-Frans-Lafollette-Lakeview-North Baptist-Pleasant View aka Mondovi-Sassin-Swede Flats Lutheran [Riverview]-Wilbur-Zion Hill-Lance Hill
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I would like to email you if that is ok. Just let me know if it is alright.
|Cheryl Hanson||Eugene Sharai|
Always happy to update memorials. Thank you very much for your contributions.
Have a nice weekend,
|Bonnie Hoy||William Purdun|
Will gladly add information for you
|Jennye Broderick||RE: Frederick Bachelder 95090098|
Hey,I just read your message!!You said you would send what you have on Frederick Batchelder? Would so appreciate that.Thanks
|Donald Schmidt||RE: Adam Hieb|
Thankyou ver much
This is a follow-up to confirm accuracy:
Birth place: only choices are Hampton and Hamden, you provided Hampden. Free text is not allowed. Which is the better choice?
Who are Daniel Reading 9396943 and Jane Kennedy Reading 939701? What is relationship to John Grandin 30263287?
F.Y.I.: D.O.D. was probably 1/13/1884 and date of burial was probably 1/18/1884 but Find A Grave guidelines require the use of the date on the stone. We are, after all, only tombstone reporters.
Added by TomKat on Apr 03, 2014 12:49 PM
Thanks for all the info on the Fauth memorial. You did a very nice job. I am not related, so would be happy to transfer permanently if you wish, just let me know.
Added by Rosalie on Apr 02, 2014 1:34 PM
I will be happy to add brief pertinent biographical information if supplied with a reliable source(s). I will cite the source and give attribution.
I have added the spousal link you provided but, as you may know, I cannot add a link to children. From any given memorial only links to spouses and parents can be made.
Added by TomKat on Apr 02, 2014 8:48 AM
Thank you, I now understand Mr. Brake's message. That really had me confused.
First, it appears that someone, not I, has asked for a merger of Mr. Otto's memorial of John Grandin with mine. That would explain his photos and the comments in all caps on my memorial page for Mr. Grandin.
If I understand your message correctly, your primary concern is the matter of one cemetery or two. While it's been several years since I've been there, let me try to clear things up regarding the cemeteries. Please navigate to either cemetery page and look carefully at the map in satellite view. Enlarge the map by several steps. If you follow the front of the cemetery on Race St. from lower right to upper left, you will notice a wall which runs along part of the cemetery bordering Race St. You should also see another wall which runs from the NW end of this wall toward the lower left (SW). The significance of the wall, to me at least, is that it marks the boundary of a cemetery, since people don't usually put a wall on only part of their property. There are 2 separate and distinct side by side cemeteries and, as far as I can see, they should not be merged. Also, I'm informed by a friend who spoke to him that the caretaker there believes there are 2 cemeteries as well. Oh, BTW, if memory serves, there is a third cemetery across the street.
If there is anything remaining which needs correcting or updating, please advise.
Added by TomKat on Apr 01, 2014 10:37 AM
|Richard Churchill LeRoy||Caroline St. Amand|
Hello blumokitty: As best as I can translate from my high school French the inscription would read.........
" Here rests Caroline St. Amand born the 6th of March 1816; good daughter, virtuous wife, excellent mother, she died a good Christian, the 12th of April 1847."
Too bad her husband Augustus was a crook :-) I bet her father, the old judge, almost went to an early grave or at least wanted Augustus in an early grave :-)
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