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Heather Briseno (#46862934)
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Bio Photo I've been a member for awhile now, but have never really used the site that much. Lately I have been working on my family tree and Find-A-Grave has helped a lot with all the wonderful contributors, I have been able to locate several past relatives. Now my plan is to start photographing an entire cemetery(stone by stone) and complete an inventory, If you will, here on Find-A-Grave as my way to help out. Any photo's I post are free for the taking, but please make sure it is your relative....remember certain names were very popular during each decade. Now to figure out which cemetery to start with, so many here in San Diego.
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Woose
RE: Sgt George Burton Zurner
Hi Heather,
I am no relation to your great Uncle. I live in England & the night before we left on holiday to Normandy, I noticed a photo request on here for his Headstone. I was not a member of Find a Grave then but thought I would take the photo and join when I returned. Unforseen circumstances on my return prevented this until now by which time someone else had fulfilled the request and the requester's details had gone. As you maintain his Memorial page I assumed that it was you that had requested it hence my message to you. Glad you liked the photo. The cemetery there is beautiful and I hope that one day you get to visit. It was a privilege to pay my respects to your relative.
Kind regards
Carol (Woose)
Added by Woose on Feb 24, 2014 2:20 PM
Woose
Sgt George Burton Zurner
Hi Heather,
I was in Normandy last year on the 3rd July and visited your relative's grave. I believe there was a photo request on it.Unforseen circumstances on my return to England meant that I am only now able to sort my photos out.I have added one of the photos I took to one of the pages. I hope you don't mind.
kind regards
Carol (Woose)
Added by Woose on Feb 01, 2014 1:27 PM
D. Meserole
Verla Price Photo Request
Memorial has been moved to correct cemetery and new photo request has been submitted.
Added by D. Meserole on Dec 31, 2013 8:26 PM
D. Meserole
Verla Price Photo Request
Hi - you claimed a photo request for Verla Price. However the memorial creator accidentally put the memorial in a duplicate cemetery "Greenwood Cemetery" when it should actually be in "Greenwood Memorial Park" So I reported the mistake to the memorial creator and photo requester, then I deleted the photo request. They need to move the memorial and then submit another request.
Added by D. Meserole on Dec 31, 2013 7:04 PM
Barbara Wolf
RE: Kaiden Letioa
Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner but I was on vacation and just got home and have been so busy putting things back in order (sorta). Anyways, I did take the photo at the request of someone else but you are more than welcome to use the photo. I suggest you write something like edit findagrave (see instructions) and ask if they will transfer the memorial to you. I had someone that would not update info so I wrote them and they ended up transferring them to me. It did take about 4-6 weeks for this to happen though. Have a Merry Christmas!!!! Barb
Added by Barbara Wolf on Dec 12, 2013 7:41 AM
kitavic
Rosaleen
Thank you for claiming my photo requests. Thought I'd let you know I found the location of Rosaleen Hofmann's, she's at Position 3 sec 1 lot 28 grave 2. Thanks again :)
Added by kitavic on Sep 03, 2013 10:56 AM
Linda Claxton
RE: Taylor
Silly goose! I didn't mean for you to do the work. But REALLY appreciate you taking the time to go and look for me. I moved my Taylors to burial unknown and haven't entered ones for Gene and Nellie Taylor. I may end up getting death certificates from the recorders office. Wasn't it HOT out there?

Yeah - it's amazing that the city of San Diego took that cemetery and turned it into a park. In all there were some 1,800 people buried at the Cavalry Cemetery, but it gradually fell into disuse and disrepair after another Catholic cemetery was constructed. Eventually the decision was made to take most of the headstones to a ravine at the municipal Mount Hope Cemetery. You can still see them if you know where to look. I guess the city thought it would be ok if they made sure they got a photo of the stones first before they dumped them.

http://www.sandiegohistory.org/findaid/ac024.htm

Linda
Added by Linda Claxton on Aug 27, 2013 4:14 PM
Linda Claxton
RE: Taylor
Yeah - it is sad. I visited a cemetery in Savannah, GA where the city just paved the road right on top of the graves, knowing they were there. Sometimes I just don't get it... And I don't get not having a marker, which might be the case for my Taylors. I'm also looking for their son Gene and his wife Nellie. I wonder if I should call the office?

Linda
Added by Linda Claxton on Aug 27, 2013 10:10 AM
Linda Claxton
RE: Coburn Mt Hope
Wow - Sounds like you've been really busy! I am looking for Fred Arthur Taylor 1897-1972 and his wife Blanche Bennett Taylor 1901-1963. Not sure if they have markers, I haven't confirmed anything with the office. Have you ever been to the office? The old guy in there is a riot. =] He has a story for every grave in the cemetery and tried to tell me all of them when I went to get a photo for my aunt and uncle. If you come across the Taylors it would sure save me some work. =]

Linda
Added by Linda Claxton on Aug 24, 2013 12:52 AM
Linda Claxton
Coburn Mt Hope
Hi Heather-

Just wanted to let you know in my attempt to post photos to my memorial at Mt Hope, I have photographed this headstone and can post if you'd like. =]

Linda
Added by Linda Claxton on Aug 23, 2013 4:26 PM
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