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Scott G (#453)
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Bio Photo I fell into gravehunting naturally, having been into doing my family genealogy since high school. I had been seeking out the graves of my ancestors, and quite by accident, stumbled onto the grave of a Hollywood celebrity nearby. In my spare time, I love researching old Los Angeles, with particular interest in architecture, and love spending time with my wife and two teenaged children.

I realize that many of the memorials I have created are for prominent personalities. I have not endeavored to write the biographies that they deserve, but I would welcome submissions to enhance the entries.
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Darla Ball
Mary G Arbuckle
I posted the wrong photos to this request. I have taken them down but now the request is gone too. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Added by Darla Ball on Jul 24, 2015 11:25 PM
Scott, thank you so much for the photo and info about Eugene Bernheimer. Thanks to helpers like you, people like me are able to complete our genealogies. I'm very grateful.
Added by slerner on Jul 21, 2015 4:33 AM
F Richards
William Henry Creighton
Scott, did you get the email I sent the other day re William?
Added by F Richards on Jul 13, 2015 2:48 PM
F Richards
William Henry Creighton
Scott, you reference that he was the maternal grandfather of Carol Burnett. William died in Peoria, Illinois in 1918, probably at the home of his sister Susan Creighton Roach. He was listed as being divorced. John and Susan Roach were the uncle and aunt of my mother-in-law. Because of that, I'm following up on William.

I can't find any documentation to verify or not that he was married to Mae Eudora Jones White. Other Ancestry family tree sites list her husband as being William Rufus Creighton, but I don't believe that is correct either.

If you have any documentation that would confirm this, it would be appreciated.

Find A Grave Memorial# 133300967


Added by F Richards on Jul 09, 2015 5:12 PM
Evelyn S
RE: Anna Malinow Goldenson
Thank you!
Added by Evelyn S on Jul 07, 2015 11:29 AM
Evelyn S
RE: Anna Malinow Goldenson
Hi Scott,

So sorry about that. I hit send before I completed the message. In one of the views of Anna Malinow Goldenson's memorial page shows that she has sister with the same name. She did have a sister but her name was Regina. Not really a big deal or anything. Just wanted to let you know.
Thanks for all you do it's been helping me with my family's genealogy research.

Best, Evelyn
Added by Evelyn S on Jul 06, 2015 4:20 PM
Sarah Blackwell
Hi...about this memorial; the cemetery says her date of internment was Dec. 24, 1941 at age 80. The date you have here would make this woman 103 yrs. old when she died. Where did you get that date from? Randee
Added by X-NYer on Jul 03, 2015 10:25 AM
Lawrence Converse
Thanks for the cemetery info and for buying my book! ENJOY!
Added by TLS on Jun 01, 2015 7:26 PM
Thomas Higgerson
Thank you
Thank you for sending to me the death certificate of Everett Wallace Thaxter. It filled in many blanks in my family record. Thanks again. By the way, are you any relation to Bruce Groll of Carterville, Illinois?
Thomas Higgerson
Added by Thomas Higgerson on May 20, 2015 12:38 PM
Tropico Gravers
Walter Arbuckle
Hi Scott,

Sorry to hear he went missing on you. Hopefully he will show up somewhere.

The situations I find interesting are where one spouse gets buried in Forest Lawn Glendale and another one ends up in Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills. I have seen that on a number of occasions. I think sometimes it's because the person remarries and the new spouse is creeped out by the thought of them all being buried together next to the old spouse. I suspect on other occasions they didn't end up buying enough spaces and when the time came there was no room next to the original spouse in the original cemetery (usually Glendale).
Added by Tropico Gravers on May 06, 2015 7:08 PM
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