|WildBill Billy Bedford Popejoy (#47200061)|
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Thanks for info. Urban was a cousin of mine, but I had very little info on him. Thanks alot
Added by DMD on Sep 30, 2014 2:35 PM
I have made the connection of his spouse. Is Urban & Alma the parents of Urban S Ebner Jr.
I have attached Sr., but I don't have info on his wife, Alma
Added by DMD on Sep 30, 2014 11:53 AM
|BrideyLight||Del Norte County Recorder, Crescent City, CA|
Here ya' go!
Crescent City Clerk/Recorder
981 H Street, Suite 160
Crescent City, CA 95531
|BrideyLight||RE: Fred Iran Grover photograph request|
Fred's name may be on a buried at sea memorial in Crescent City (Del Norte County), if there is one. You could call Crescent City Town Hall to check. The next time I go to Trinidad (Humboldt County), I will check to see if his name is on any of the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse plaques. God bless you, too! Kind regards, Bridey Light
|BrideyLight||Fred Iran Grover photograph request|
Dear WildBill: I have a good friend who also goes by that name! And it REALLY suits him!
On your photograph request for Fred Iran Grover, his memorial now has been changed to just reflect that he was buried at sea, and not at Ocean View Cemetery in Eureka, Humboldt County, California. Assuming he was cremated, I don't know whether there is a crematory in Crescent City, so his death record may reflect the fact that he was cremated in Eureka at Ocean View. But you would need his death certificate to verify that, and, if you wished to have a copy, I think you could check with the Del Norte County offices. Would you kindly remove your photograph request?
Since Fred died in Crescent City, Del Norte County, it is most probable that whomever took his ashes (assuming he was cremated) to sea would have left from the Crescent City harbor. That harbor has recently been rebuilt since the tsunami after the Japanese incident at Fukushima. I think there are any number of sport boats or commercial vessels who would be happy to take you offshore at some time if you wished to see the area where his ashes may have been taken. But his being buried at sea offshore from Crescent City is just a guess on my part. Kind regards, Bridey Light
I only transfer within Find A Grave mandatory transfer rules. "Direct Kin Folk" is not listed as mandatory. If she is your sibling, parent, grandparent or great grandparent please let me know. If not please send any updates using the edit tab on her memorial.
|tamara tillinghast haskett||Brundage?|
I've noticed your name show up on several of my ancestors' pages, so I'm guessing we're distantly related! I'm particularly curious about your connection to the Brundage family; I saw that you noted Albert T. Brundage (my 3rd great grandfather) as your 1st cousin 3x removed. I'd definitely love to learn anything you might know about this particular branch of the family, and of course would be willing to share my information in return. Feel free to email tctill @ msn.com if you'd like. Have a great day!
|Gary Isaacks||RE: 12586828|
taken care of thanks gary
|cathy w||Sally Soper Proper|
I have made the changes, thanks for the input.
Cathy in MN
Added by cathy w on Jul 20, 2014 5:55 PM
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