|Linda Claxton (#47281994)|
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There is a word for men that lose their wives, wives that lose their husbands, children that lose their parents.|
There is no word for a mother who loses her child...
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"Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!"
- Hunter S. Thompson
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|carolyn bradshaw||photo request completed|
Not enough words to adequately thank you for taking the photos of my father's memorial marker at Ft. Rosecrans and posting it on Thanksgiving day! On behalf of my family and in honor of my father, we are thankful for people like you who strengthen the bonds of family, community and country. Again, thank you! Carolyn Wroughton Smith Bradshaw
|Nellie NY||Thomas and Esther Byrd|
Thank you so much for taking the time to go to the Cemetery and for taking the nice photo. I really appreciate it.
Linda -- Thank you very much for the photo. Your work is appreciated.
|Don Ort||Jesse Clarence Vaughn Headstone Photo|
Linda, thank you so much for the terrific photo of Jesse's headstone. Hope you have a very happy Thanksgiving.
Added by Don Ort on Nov 27, 2014 12:25 PM
|Sherry Patterson||Uhland Melton|
Linda, Thank you so much for the picture and the use of it. Sherry
|Terry Chaffee||RE: Josephine Daisy Ferlin Hunt|
hi linda. daisy was my 1st cousin, 1x removed
her father married to my grandfather's sister
this is from my notes:
Per 1900 U.S. Federal census Josephine Ferlin is living in Linda Vista, San Diego, California, born Sept 1883 California Daughter, father born AUSTRIA, mother born CA
Per 1910 U.S. Federal census Josephine Hunt is living in Tacoma Ward 3, Pierce, Washington, born abt 1884 California Wife, spouse name William, father born AUSTRIA, mother born CA [census states Josephine has born 1 child and 1 survives]
Per 1920 U.S. Federal census Josephine D. Hunt is living in Tulare, Tulare, California, born abt 1884 California Wife, spouse name William J., father born AUSTRIA, mother born CA
Per 1930 U.S. Federal census Josephine D. Hunt living in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, born abt 1885 California Married Roomer, father born FRANCE, mother born CA [census states Josephine married at age 19 years old and there is no spouse showing in household]
Per Vital Search CA Death Records Josephine D. Hunt, age 49, died 02-06-1933 San Diego Co., CA
Per Mt. Hope Cemetery, Josephine Ferlin Hunt died 06 February 1933 and was interred 09 February 1933. In the grave plot with her is Thomas Owen Morris, who died in 1935 and was the brother of her sister's husband.
terry w. chaffee
|carolyn bradshaw||photo request|
Thank you for responding to my photo request of my father Rodney Wroughton Smith's memorial marker at Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery. I am thrilled that you will do this in his memory. My father, and his brother Chardin, shipped out of San Diego and served together on several destroyers in the Pacific during WWII. They were both on the USS Conyngham at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 and both survived the attack. Chardin's service is also memorialized at Ft. Rosecrans and on the Find A Grave website. I am most grateful to you and others who selflessly support Find A Grave families. How you enrich our lives!
Forever grateful....Carolyn Wroughton Smith Bradshaw
Thanks so much for all your hard work and the lovely photos of my family.
Added by Gloria on Nov 24, 2014 7:33 AM
|Bill Norman||Jack Becker|
Thanks so much for taking and posting the photos of Jack's headstone in Fort Rosecrans. Excellent photos. Nice work.
|Jen Richey||RE: Thank you.|
I'm not sure how to accept a transfer but if it's okay, I'd accept it. Thank you again.
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