|Scott G (#453)|
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I fell into gravehunting naturally, having been into doing my family genealogy since high school. I had been seeking out the graves of my ancestors, and quite by accident, stumbled onto the grave of a Hollywood celebrity nearby. In my spare time, I love researching old Los Angeles, with particular interest in architecture, and love spending time with my wife and two teenaged children.|
I realize that many of the memorials I have created are for prominent personalities. I have not endeavored to write the biographies that they deserve, but I would welcome submissions to enhance the entries.
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|Kat||RE: Fannie Sickol|
Added by Kat on Dec 04, 2013 5:41 AM
|Clifford Mullis||gravestone photos of the Hellmans|
Thanks very much for the pictures.
|Diane Reich||Newmark children|
Memorials updated, thank you!
Thank you also for the details for Amy Aronson. Her Memorial has been updated. Sue
Thank you for the information. I have updated the Memorial page as you requested. Sue
|Joan Frahm Allen||RE: Frances Whitcomb|
You're very welcome. Glad to help.
Scott, I've been on vacation so haven't been on Find a Grave. I just linked William Ince to his parents as you requested. Do you know the family? Dr. William Ince had the local hospital in Twentynine Palms (it's now a church) named after him. It was Ince Memorial Hospital. The name was changed by the time I worked there to Twentynine Palms Memorial Hospital.
Added by mks on Sep 03, 2013 9:29 PM
|Linda Burton Kochanov||Arthur Rankin|
Sorry, Scott. I don't have any information on Doris. The next time I go to Kensico, I will ask if she's there.
Thanks for the correction..a slip of the fingers in typing, I'm sure.
|Amanda (Burkett) Martin||Marguerite Loiewski|
Thank you for the additional info! I have updated her memorial.
|Jim Craig||RE: Sarah Groman|
As you could see from the photo, none of the graves in that immediate area are marked. They may have originally used some sort of wooden marker that disintegrated with time and the elements.
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