Thank you for sponsoring the memorial of Washington Rank, and for working so hard with his family to get his military headstone ordered and now installed.
This ending is the results we always hope for and is why we are members of find a grave.
Added by GMT on Sep 21, 2015 6:49 PM
|PJH / Angelbird||Morning Glories|
Hi - just wanted to say how much I love your morning glory photo..glorious blue. Regards, Phyllis :o)
|Christina ||D Derrickson in Ferncliff|
Sec L lot 148
Albert Dirrickson d1989
Albert Derrickson d1942
Carl Hammerle d1971
Esther Hammerle d1963
Louise Derrickson d1934
Nellie Derrickson d1962
I have added photos for everyone in the lot.
|j diehl||RE: Oscar Basney|
Sorry, i don't recall what information was displayed on the columbarium kiosk. Hopefully they could tell you if you contact them. I was disappointed to not find it for you. Good luck.
Added by j diehl on Aug 14, 2015 9:21 AM
|Lin McNamara||William Chittenden|
Sorry there's no marker for William but I did take a photo where the grace is. Wish I could have been more help. Lin
|Linda Evans||Fanny C Davis|
Thank you for the new information on Fanny. I am related through her son, Fred Emment Davis, wife Anna J LEWIS Davis. Would you mind if I put the newspaper clipping on her Ancestry page. I have ben looking for her maiden name for years and finally got lucky yesterday on finding her family line. Then on Findagrave
I assume there is no gravestone. I will be editing her page
Thank you for searching for Eliza and John but unfortunately no marker for them. I will put in a request to have the grave # put on their memorials and note that an actual marker was not found, and will remove the photo requests. Thanks again, your volunteer time is very much appreciated.
|Anne Fehr||RE: Hermann August Fehr|
Thank you for checking on Hermann. I'm from South Dakota, so I never get out to California, though I would like to go after I found this part of the Fehr family in the Yuba area. His dates are 1880 to 1955. There is an article in the Oakland Tribune which says his grandson, Melvin Fehr, who had escaped from jail or prison, was picked up at Maryville while he was sitting on his grandfather's grave. Melvin said he escaped because he found out that his grandfather died. That article was written October 31, 1956.
|Anne Fehr||Hermann August Fehr|
I'm wondering if you could confirm that Hermann August Fehr is buried in the Marysville Cemetery.
|mikey sweek||f m c liles|
thank you so much for the new photo of my g grand fathers marker,would like to know what happened to the man that killed him.mikey sweek
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