|Nona Forrest (#46501243)|
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Please do not contact me about fotos...I did not get a copyright for my walks in the cemetery...they may be used on your site. I actually find it hard to believe that anyone would get an actual copy right for these fotos...but I will let that go...
I thing these names belong in a family name. So if you are related let me know.
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Henry's son Obit - Alvin Untermeyer's Obituary
Inglesi de, Texas - Alvin H. Untermeyer, 68, of Ingleside, Texas,
passed away Monday, January 17, 2000 at a Corpus Christi hospital after a long courageous battle with lung cancer.
He was born June 6, 1931 in Hobson, Texas
Ida & Henry Untermeyer.
He graduated from Ingleside High School and then enlisted in the U.S. Navy.
Among his many Navy memories are
being at Inchon during the Korean War,
post atomic bomb duty on Bikini Island
and Operation Freedom in French Indo China.
He then made a career move to the U.S. Air Force.
While in the Air Force, he worked
in the phase out of B-36 bombers to B-52 bombers,
involved in the full scale alert of the Cuban Missile Crisis
and served in Viet Nam.
He retired from the U.S. Air Force on July 1, 1971
and returned home to Ingleside working and retiring from B.D. Holt.
He was preceded in death by his wife of 43 years, Mildred;
his parents, Ida & Henry;
brothers, Ernest & Robert
and his sister, Gladys.
He will live on in the lives of
his daughter, Marty Stevens of Austin;
Wyatt Stevens of Austin,
Courtney (Ramon) Robledo of Houston;
his brothers: Edgar (GlynDean) Untermeyer of Aransas Pass,
Leonard (Sharon) Untermeyer of Ingleside
and Gil (Larue) Untermeyer of Jacksonville, Florida.
Special notes of gratitude go to Dr. Larry Eckman for fighting by his side, Gly Dean, Christine and Sharon for the comfort you gave, and his grandson Wyatt, for his immense understanding and compassion at such an early age.
Rosary will be recited Tuesday, January 18, 2000 at 7:00 P.M. at Charlie Marshall Chapel, Aransas Pass.
Mass will be celebrated Wednesday, January 19, 2000 at 2:00 P.M. at Our Lady of Assumption Catholic Church in Ingleside with Father Tom Wellar as celebrant.
Burial will follow at Prairie View Cemetery.
Mila Gaulrapp added this on 11 Mar 2011
[Ingleside, San Patricio, Texas, USA]
[Hobson, Karnes, Texas, USA]
See Mila Gaulrapp Family Tree on Ancestry.com for more information.
I am not part of the family or tree; I just saw the item and found the grave page.
Jose from Clarkston, Michigan
Added by Jose on Jul 04, 2015 11:47 PM
Please review. Frank, Walter, Nic are buried in Pioneer's Rest.
Please use the Manitowoc website as the burials and many tombstones are given. These cemeteries have been read by local people and they know the difference between Calvary and Pioneer's Rest.
Added by Aavedt on Jun 26, 2015 11:39 AM
|Martha Hancock Starnes||RE: Hi|
You are so welcome. Charles Grandison Gaines is my gr-gr granddad. Martha
|Carol||RE: Hi and|
Just happened to be in town from Colorado and my husband had family there too. So I thought I would take some pics.
Added by Carol on Jun 24, 2015 7:18 PM
The following are buried at Pioneer's Rest and you also added them to Calvary.
Added by Aavedt on Jun 23, 2015 6:59 AM
Hi Nona, it's Terri and i was just curious what you are referring to when talking about copyright photos of the ones taken in cemeteries on your profile page? I know copyright laws are sadly ignored every single day and as a photographer it's upsetting. I do not even post my old family photos because of people copying and claiming them. It's sad because I'd love to share them and all I want is for that person to document where they got the photo. I do not think documenting the source of information or photos is a lot to ask out of anyone. It is common courtesy.
I got my DNA results back and I need to know how to send them to you.
~ TERRI ~
|Aavedt||Two Rivers Cemetery|
Your Becker's are NOT buried at Calvary Cemetery BUT they may be buried at the cemetery next to Calvary which is called Pioneer Rest.
Calvary was a Catholic Cemetery to begin with but times change. The free Manitowoc Genealogy website would be an easy way to check as to where
people are buried. Also, there are gravestone photos for many of the burials.
Hope this helps!
Added by Aavedt on Jun 09, 2015 7:35 PM
|Brenda Thompson||RE: HI|
I was happy to be able to locate the graves for you. The cemetery is behind my house, believe it or not!
I enjoy helping others.
|Brenda Thompson||Lena Alford|
I see that you are looking for the headstone of Lena Alford. Lena is still living, she is at a nursing home.
|Peter Joseph ("PJ") Braun||LeClair memorials in Holy Cross Cemetery|
Nona, thanks so much for the transfer of Norman LeClair & all the work you have done BOTH to initially create them during your 2012 RV visit to Wisconsin and then to make the edits I sent you.
I normally don't ask for more than the immediate family link, but since you are NOT related & my wife's 1C1R, Mary Lou Rezachek married Norman, I'd be pleased to take over at least some of the LeClair memorials. NOTE: there are a LOT of LeClair's interred at Holy Cross; it was a VERRY extended family in the region, but not all are connected on my end.
In addition to Norman, who you already gave me, I'd be honored to maintain his parents, Norman [#94649789] & Mary [#94649806] and three of his siblings:, Alfred [#94649162], Elaine [#94649742], & Lester [#94649709].
Namaste, "PJ" Braun, ETCM/USN (retired)(#46869838)
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