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|Ricky Eade||RE: Der Stadt Friedhof Cemetery|
You are welcome.
|Mary Lafferty||Fernando Ferderico Saravia|
I have his as being in Oxnard Cemetery but have never been there to his grave myself. I was not sure where he was buried. He was their only Biological child. They adopted a child and named him Fernando Paul Saravia born 1858. My aunt and uncle both dead so can not get information from them. If you would like to put the information I have onto your listing you are welcome to and I can delete my listing. I thought he was buried at the cemetery in Oxnard, California. He was born at the Naval Civilian Construction base hospital in Port Hueneme, California. His mothers last name on California death index is not correct. Name should be Lujan with a little ' over the a.
|Marie||RE: Memorial# 22230413|
You are very welcome. These stones that are tucked into the trees/shrubs in the older portion of the cemetery are my favorites. A little more challenging to find but so much character.
Added by Marie on Sep 23, 2014 11:16 PM
|Diane Davis Hoffman||Memorial# 110261190|
We believe that Sarah B Davis is one of our ancestors. In looking at your memorial we saw that she is buried in Mount Olive Cemetery, Big Spring,
My cousin called the cemetery and they don't have a Sarah B Davis listed. They said she may be lost. ??
Do you have any information that might shed light on this problem or how you formed this memorial.
Thank you for anything you might be able to share.
Diane Davis Hoffman
|Robin||RE: Frank W. Kessler|
You are welcome. It was my pleasure.
Added by Robin on Aug 06, 2014 6:59 AM
|Betty L. Gonzales||Kessler and Loeb|
Please be advised that I posted photographs of the following headstones perhaps they are related to Frank and Estella Kessler.
Harry J. Kessler 1897-1961 & Margaret R. Kessler.
Glennie M. and Albert J. Loeb.
I will go to the cemetery tomorrow and get Frank and Estella Kessler as it started to rain.
|Denise Roffe||Zettia Brown Thompson|
Okay... apparently we were in the wrong part of the cemetery. I called the caretaker and after searching for a while, he found Zettia and 3 children! He has uploaded the photos. Yay! Now I have a question for you... there seems to be some confusion about her husband. Do you have any documents that show who her husband(s) were? There is a question as to whether she was married to James T. Thompson or Sydney Thompson... or both?
|Denise Roffe||RE: Zettia Brown Thompson|
Hmmm... it might be worth a second look, then. I'm heading back to that area (we live about 40 miles north of Atlanta)next weekend. I'll swing by and take another peek. The caretaker took us to the area, but we didn't see any markers at all. I'll see what I can find! :)
|Denise Roffe||Zettia Brown Thompson 2|
Sorry... I should have said "every known burial is cataloged here". Not every known marker... Enjoy your weekend!
|Denise Roffe||Zettia Brown Thompson|
Hi There, my husband and I visited Sylvester Cemetery yesterday and spoke with the caretaker regarding Zettia's burial location. She is interred in plot J-97, but there is not a marker. In plot J-98 there is an unknown burial. There is also an unknown infant buried in J-96. In plot J-94 is Joel Brown and next to him is Lizzie Brown in J-95. There are no markers for Joel or Lizzie either. J-99 is W.M. Mike Tobin (d. 9 Oct 1935). According to the marriage cert., she married James Thompson on 17 Dec 1902 in Newton County, GA. If you'd like to see the list of plots yourself, go to http://www.sylvestercemetery.org/ and click on the "Gravestone Inventory" link on the left hand side column. The caretaker said that every marker is cataloged here. I'm sorry I couldn't get a photo for you!
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