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Bernard Johnson (#575)
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Bio Photo Resident of Southern California. Native of Berkeley, California. Enjoy searching for notable gravesites and those of interest to me.

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Jim Post
Thanks for the picture for Marcelina Leonis. I appreciate it!
Added by Jim Post on Jul 24, 2014 3:26 PM
Susan Stewart-Turnbull
RE: Union Cemetery

The names on the vaults are (left) Arthur Karpe and (right) Adelaide Karpe. Although in the picture on the website the sarcophagi appear to be sitting in front of The Last Supper, in actuality, they ARE its base. If you go to each of their memorial pages now, you will find pictures. The ones with the flowers in the urns are the ones I uploaded today. Hope this helps.

Added by Susan Stewart-Turnbull on Jul 21, 2014 5:54 PM
Cathy Edrington
RE: Gladys Luckie
She is at Evergreen I knew her and I went to her funeral !!
Added by Cathy Edrington on Jul 17, 2014 11:49 AM
R. Boulware
RE: Sinnott-Weber
I'll be Stockton this afternoon, tell me which you are looking for and I'll give it a shot. Remember, they may not be the best quality, as I'll be taking them through glass doors.
Added by R. Boulware on Jul 16, 2014 8:06 AM
R. Boulware
RE: Sinnott-Weber
It's been a while since I visited the Weber Crypt, but I believe that there are possibly six to eight inside. 3 to 4 on both the north & south sides of the crypt, with glass entrance doors on the east & west sides. As far as, the pictures go, I either forgot to attach them to some of their memorial pages or I didn't take them, since it's difficult to get clear shots on the inside of the crypt itself. The outside, I do have many pictures of.

Added by R. Boulware on Jul 15, 2014 3:30 AM
Suzanne Andrews
I searched for your LaChapelles and couldn't find them. So I checked the cemetery list for gravesites around where they are. Philomine is in Block 8 Lot 1, and Dr. Pierre LaChapelle is in Block 174 Lot 3. They are not buried in the same block, however, there is a roadway between the two blocks at the cemetery. I went back today after rechecking the lists and map, and found where Dr. LaChapelle is buried. I have posted the picture of the stone on his gravesite. I could not find a headstone or maker for Philomine. There are very few headstones or markers in Block 8. Unfortunately, St. Pat's is a very old cemetery and not very well taken care of. There are a lot of broken and unreadable stones in that area. So sorry I couldn't find a marker for her. If there is anything else I can help you with, let me know.
Added by Suzanne Andrews on Jul 14, 2014 4:08 PM
Mark Masek
I'm glad you were able to find the Maiers at Calvary, in spite of my directions. I told you they were on the second level. I went there today, and they're actually on the first level.
Added by Mark Masek on Jul 13, 2014 2:25 AM
RE: Wellborn
Hi Bernard: I don't have an exact location, as I merely walked the Court of Reflection to find him. I can tell you he is in the North Terrace of that section. The Court of Reflection is a rectangle with lawn in the center and crypts on all four sides of the rectangle with a porch to walk under. I did take a photo down the North Terrace, which I have now posted. I don't always post those photos because a lot of people really don't seem to want them. It will give you some idea of what the hallways look like. The office is not very friendly to volunteers, so we usually can't get exact information from them. I hope the additional photo is helpful to you. Chris
Added by macso on Jul 12, 2014 3:31 PM
Mark R. Daniels
RE: Hilgenfeld

Thank You For Your Vary Kind Words,I Am So Glad
That I Could Help Out.(Note)as You Know The Hilgenfeld Family are Part of Anaheim's History,also note other Hilgenfeld Family Members in Anaheim Cemetery,Section: AD Block: A3 Lot: 21 Space: 1 Emma Amanda Hilgenfeld-DOB: N/A-DOD: Nov 05,1949 Space: 2 & William Frederick-Hilgenfeld-DOB: N/A-DOD: May 07,1951-Space:1

"Best of Luck"
Added by Mark R. Daniels on Jul 10, 2014 9:50 PM
Kelt Smith
RE: Margie Petersen
You got it !!

Thank you Sir for adding (the pic).
Added by Kelt Smith on Jul 10, 2014 8:05 PM
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