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I have been finding my ancestors since 1987. Whenever we travel we have always been interested in the cemeteries, especially the ones that have our relatives.
Thanks to the contributors on this website I have found information on relatives in areas I have not traveled and may never get the chance to see.
At the moment I am taking pictures in three cemeteries. Riverton Crest, Tahoma National & Woodbine. I check for memorials, but miss a few. Please let me know so I can remove any duplicates I have made. Same goes for errors. Please send the information through the edit tab on the memorial. If you just want me to change or add information. Please send the name of the person, their memorial number and the data I will need to correct or add. I do reserve the right to keep any memorials I wish.
I reserve the right to not transfer memorials unless they are close, direct relates. I do transfer to people who are helping others by taking pictures of entire cemeteries. Thank you to these people who are helping others to find their relatives and not just doing their own family.
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This is a duplicate memorial of one entered earlier. Thanks.
|Gerald Makosky||RE: 22084093|
If you "Begin New Search", type 22084093 into the memorial box and hit enter, it should bring up a Mrs. Hauver. For proof/evidence, google Tahoma Cemetery Yakima and select their website. It has a search function off to the right. It will give you her plot info in Yakima. It is a little confusing to have a Tahoma Cemetery and a Tahoma National Cemetery in the same state. I've seen this a dozen times or so. Thanks for the help cleaning this up.
I have the same issue with this person. This should also by Tahoma Yakima with a plot of "Section A Block 70 Lot 5". Thank you.
In verifying this memorial, I found out that she actually belongs in Tahoma Cemetery in Yakima, WA instead of Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent, WA. Would you please change the cemetery to Yakima and include the plot as "Section L Block 130 Lot 2"? Thank you very much.
I sent some edits for this memorial that may seem questionable to you. Though her placard mentions both Hall and Karow, it does appear to be hyphenated. I included the hyphenated named because that is what is in the VA database for national cemeteries. I also updated the birth and death dates. Thanks.
|~Judy Calhoun Bresch~||Woodbine Cemetery|
Roger Lee Smith #78306796
I would hope that you could make an exception in this case. My mother (Rogers' sister) died when I was 7 years old and my grandparents (Rogers' parent's) raised me. Roger and I were raised more like a brother and sister since there is only 8 years difference in our age. Roger and I have spent holidays, vacations and all other family events together just like a brother and sister would and both have lived in Puyallup all of our lives. Sometimes family relationships can be far more complex than saying that Roger does not fit the profile of a close enough relation to me. I have lots of genealogical information and pictures that I can add to Rogers memorial that would help future researchers. I just wanted you to know a little bit more about my situation and hope that you would understand why it would be such a privilege to maintain this memorial.
Thank you for reconsidering this transfer.
|Ralph Hammond-Green||Harry N. Dyer|
Thank you very much for taking and posting the photo of his grave marker.
|Barbara McGinnis Raemer||Memorial# 99559361 Raemer|
Please link Marion Raemer to her husband Edward J Raemer Sorry I forgot to write down his memorial #.
They are the grandparents of my husband.
|Yvonne||Pauline Monroe grave marker|
Hi My name is Yvonne Paull, I came across your photograph of my maternal grandmothers grave marker as I was doing some research. I have not been to her grave sight in a number of years but plan to visit soon to see this marker with my own eyes. for as long as I can recall her grave was marked with a small concrete stone long since worn away. She is buried with her son William (Billy) can you tell me were you actually there and saw this marker in your photograph and are you some how related to my family. I look forward to your response and I will follow up as soon as I am able to get to the cemetery myself.
Added by Yvonne on Sep 08, 2015 10:04 PM
|Marcus Shelton||John M Shelton|
John M Shelton is my Great Great Grandfather!From Pulaski Missouri
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