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Being both a genealogist and a "graver," I believe in tracing a person's history from birth to grave. Everybody deserves to be remembered; to have a marker or memorial to mark their passing from this world into the next. |
If I have input an immediate relative of yours (child, spouse, sibling, parents, uncle/aunt, grandparents - well you get the idea), and you do not want that person's memorial on this website, please let me know, and I will remove it promptly.
PROBLEMS/CORRECTIONS: Please let me know - I strive for accuracy. If something bothers you about a memorial, please let me know. I believe that the wishes of the descendants should be considered as well.
PHOTOS OF THE PEOPLE: I realize that this is a publicly viewable website, but out of courtesy, please ask before copying photos of the people.
PHOTOS OF THE GRAVES: Feel free to use them for your genealogical uses (but not commercial). All I ask, if you are using a photo that I took, please credit me as the photographer. ("Photo courtesy of findagrave.com contributor, B. MacBean.")
TRANSFERS: This site is not for "name collectors," but if the memorial is not a relative of mine, and he/she is a close relative of yours, I will be happy to transfer to you.
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|JBBradford||Wagon Train Artifacts.....|
Can you please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org? I have something that might interest you.
Thank you, Dr, Justine Bradford
|Shirley Utley Cressler||#77604683 Dwight Smith|
You left a message on Dwights memorial stating that you had read his book "Above Timberline". Today I posted a note about Dwights last book "One mile at a time", cyceling through loss to renewal. It is ever bit as outstanding as "Above Timberline". Please read it too.
|Barry Boecher||Pierre Broussard|
It's me again,
I found this Broussard while taking more photos at Magnolia. Not sure if he is related to you or not.
I created a memorial since none was listed.
Thank you for sponsoring John's memorial. If you would like him transferred to you, please let me know. I am still quite liberal with transfers unless they are related to me.
Added by Mookie on Mar 02, 2015 7:54 AM
|Irememberu||Find A Grave Memorial# 65842682|
There's a letter for sale on ebay written by Mamie Wynne Cox. I'm not affiliated with the seller. Just thought you might be interested.
|Randall Chandler Stroot||RE: Mattie Martin BIo|
Thankyou very much for adding it so promptly; although I would probably leave the prose in quotes and credit the contributor 'giraffenut', since it came from her.
Would you like a short bio for Frederick Lawrence, Flatwillow MT Husband of Mattie Rosette Sawyer Martin, my great aunt? Happy to share.
|Randall Chandler Stroot||RE: Edits to Mattie Martin memorial|
Thankyou very much! Much appreciation.
|Randall Chandler Stroot||RE: Mattie Martin|
Thankyou for the prompt reply! I was just following up to let you know that the info we offer is authentic, so that you can be assured of the edit request; so, whenever it is convenient for you.
|Nancy J Johnson||History of Odd Fellows in Ca.|
Thanks for your dedication. This web site has been so valuable to my research in locating and documenting California Odd Fellows prior to 1906. On April 18th, 1906, our Grand Lodge offices were demolished by the city Core of Engineers to stop the fire that was raging through SF after the quake. We had no time to remove the very important historic documents that were in that building. Aside from the loss of a fantastic structure, we lost precious history.
Piece by piece I am going through what I can pull from available sources and creating a database. I have our Journals, which have full member lists in 1859, 1868, 1878 & 1890. I also have our first 1906 records. There were also 2 lists printed of Charter members up to Lodge 88 and in 1861 a complete list of Odd Fellows who joined our California Lodges from "Eastern" states. After that I have to pull what I can from cemeteries, closed lodges, minute books and sites like this one. FYI, of the nearly 600 Lodges that were in California at one time, Cosumnes Lodge #63 is one of the 120 that is still active. If they have not lost the records due to some calamity, such as fire, flood or simple carelessness to the historic value, I should be able to contact a friend of mine that can get the books of the lodge and tell me exactly when he joined.
Your in F.L & T. Nancy Johnson, Grand Lodge Historian
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