|Jamie R. Larsen (#46966805)|
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I have always loved genealogy/family history. My three sons have grown up visiting cemeteries all over the country. My husband and I owned and operated Payne Mortuary in Burley, Idaho for 15 years. We sold in 1999 and I now work for the school district and get summers off. I love it! More time for family history.|
My youngest son is photographing a local cemetery and uploading the pictures for his Eagle Scout Project. We think Find A Grave is fantastic.
You can request high resolution digital copies of all of the pictures I have added to Find A Grave. Just send me an email.
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|Waunita M Herron||Maude Anna Haus Madden|
I requested a photo of her monument in CA. for Find A Grave # 144391276. I received an e-mail today, stating there is no monument.
However there is a monument in KS. Find A Grave # 26532062.
Where is she really buried?
|Waunita M Herron||Maude Anna Haus Madden|
Did you notice that Maude is set up on 2 Find A Grave memorials. Find A Grave # 26532062 shows a monument with her name in Osage Co. KS. Find A Grave #144391276 tells that she us buried in Glendale, Los Angelos Co., CA.
Is she actually buried in Kansas, or is her name just on the monument?
|Anne ||Carrie Jones edits/Mt Pleasant Cem|
Just wanted to thank you for the info on Carrie. Also wanted to let you know that I have added photos and linked her to her parents.
There is an obit for her dad added as well.
If these are anywhere in your tree and would like transfers just let me know.
I am not related to 99.9% of my memorials. I photograph cemeteries and add them to Find A Grave.
Added by Anne on Apr 18, 2016 9:53 AM
|Debbie W||Jens Edward Larsen|
Are you a descendent of Jens Edward Larsen?
I am related to his second wife, Hannah Christine Rasmussen. (Her sister, Margaret Martha Rasmussen Biorn is my great-grandmother.)
I visited the Larsen farm when I was about 3 years old. I think it was run by Solomon's son, Paul. I remember a couple of girls and I think we have photos of them. Any information you can share?
Added by Debbie W on Nov 20, 2015 1:29 PM
|Lenora Collier||RE: Eggleston's|
I wanted to thank you for linking all the graves together I sent to you. Must find the other sisters and brother too. there was 12 of them. But have a good start on it thanks to your help. Lenora
Earl Alson Eggleston here was married to Minnie Eggleston memorial no 84477806, I see you take care of both of their memorials, would you please connect them as husband and wife, I also see there are 3 of their sons also buried here in this cemetery. No 1. son is, David Alson Eggleston memorial no. 99584338, no 2. son is, Charles Levi Eggleston, memorial no 95319803, No 3. son is George E Eggleston memorial no is 120056252, please connect them also to their dad and mother listed here on your site if you can. Thank you, they are my uncles from my mother in laws side of the house. There were 12 children all together. 1.Ralph Eggleston,2.Henry Eggleston 3.Ivy Ann Eggleston. 4. David Alson Eggleston ,He is son no 1. listed here. 5.William Harvey Eggleston 6.Charles Levi Eggleston son no 2.listed here 7.Grace Henderson on her mother's site 8.Clara Eggleston Collier Rash listed on her mothers site 9.Richard Earl Eggleston 10. Eliza May Eggleston Sizemore on her mothers site 11. George E. Eggleston son no.3 listed here. 12 Robert Le Roy Eggleston, don't know where he is buried. Have his OB. Maybe someone will help find the other children and link them to their parents here seeing their memorial no's above. Thank you Lenora Collier
I wrote up a Bio of Minnie Eggleston below this message, for my grandmother. Is there a way you can put this on her memorial? Thank you Lenora Collier
Minnie was a very good homemaker as her daughter Clara would tell me,(my mother in law.) Clara said in the summer time, Minnie would take all her children out into the woods to find chock cherry's for the children and her to pick so she could make jam from the cherry's that grew on a bush. Clara said she still remember's the jar she put it in and it sat on her dinner table all the time. It is called the chock cherry jar. I have it now. And it will be passed down to my children. They would all help their mother Minnie sew and iron, and hoe the corn fields for their dad. I have pictures of some of the children before they married, cleaning out the weeds from the corn row's. All the children married and left home, later in life Minnie was placed in a old folks home, where she would not get out of bed. She was ready to go home to her Lord. So when the nurse's came in and gave her, her med's. after the nurse's left, she would take the pills out of her mouth, and put them in the bottom of a planter that sat next to her bed. Just pull the plant up out of the planter, and slip the pills inside under the plant. When Clara got a lot older, I took care of her, and noticed she was not feeling very well, so called Clara's sister's girl Jesse and ask her to come out to see if she knew why Clara was not feeling very well, when she found I did give her, her med's the first thing Jesse did was look inside the planter, and sure enough, there was Clara's pills, just like her mother did, so she could die and go on home to the Lord. Clara and the rest of Minnie's daughters would sat around and tell one story after another of their homelife and them growing up with such a loving mother like Minnie, who really did like being a mother to them, and a wife also.
|Stephen Kronberg||Recent edits with "." added to initials|
Check the Find A Grave guidance on entering names, punctuation is specifically mentioned not to be added.
|Nancy/catsaver||William Milton Bacon|
I made the links to his parents as requested. Are you a relative? If so, I'll transfer his memorial to you.
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