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sharon Rose (Stewart) Reece (#46932893)
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Sharon Rose (Stewart) Reece, I was born October 4, 1939, born in Fresno, California. My parents were B. E. Stewart and E. (Holden) Stewart. I married had two children, Divorced and remarried my present husband. I presently live in the country. I enjoy my blue eyed kitty.most of the memorials are my family members. some are friends. my relitaves names are Stewart, Adams, Andrews, Holden, Hall, Blake, Monsees, McClure, Ketcher, Yates, Hylton, Sears,Sporer, Harpster, Thomsen, Tehee, Ketchum, Streeter


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Melody OC
Duplicate Memorial for Janet Reece

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Created by: sharon Rose (Stewart) Re...
Record added: Aug 05, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40328075
Added by Melody OC on Jan 01, 2016 4:41 PM
Carolyn
RE: Wayne
My findagrave member # is 47303208. That is the # you have to use to transfer the memorial to me.
Added by Carolyn on May 18, 2013 8:30 PM
Eileen
RE: Jewell Parsons,
Jewell is already listed in Tonopah Cemetery Memorial # 83246225 so now we know for sure she is indeed in the Tonopah Cemetery.
Perhaps you could send Carol some information, she is great to work with and always does the edits.
Hope this gives you some peace.
Eileen
Added by Eileen on Mar 02, 2013 10:58 AM
Eileen
Parsons
Good Morning,

I know the area and live not far away in Mineral county. If I can help you correct this let me know. I go to Tonopah at least once a month also.
Your friend died recently and there has not been anything but the reemains of buildings left in Coaldale Junction for many years.
You had her in Tonopah Cemetery, the old one which stopped being used when they made the new one in 1911 (just Tonopah in Find A Grave) we had talked about it and I thought that was where you had said she was buried. If she is in a grave alone in Coaldale Junction then that stone should be easy to find but for sure there is no Tonopah Cemetery in Coaldale or Esmeralda County.

Eileen
Added by Eileen on Mar 02, 2013 6:14 AM
Eileen
Parsons
Good Morning,

Always great to hear not only the background of the person in the memorial but that of the person that did the memorial.

As for moving the memorial to thr right cemetery just click on burial as if you were going to add where he or she was buried then it will ask cemetey etc click the cemetery one and type in Tonopah, no need to even type a state there are only two Tonopah's that will come up then mark the new one and it should move it.

If that doesn't work for some reason then my suggestion is to delete your memorial and start over putting it in the correct cemetery.

Thanks, Eileen
Added by Eileen on Feb 22, 2013 6:43 AM
Frances Allen Titsworth
RE: Agustuf Hall,
No, it is out in the country about 3 or 4 miles south of Muldrow. The Fort Smith Public Library has a funeral records book for Agent Funeral Home. I'm not sure if his death would be included in that, but it might be. I think Agent has most of the deaths around the Muldrow area.
Added by Frances Allen Titsworth on Nov 28, 2012 8:58 PM
Frances Allen Titsworth
RE: Hiram Ezell
I rephotographed Lucy Ezell's marker today and also I added a marker for Nellie Ezell. She was next to Lucy. I went this morning to photograph the cemetery with the morning sun. When I had done Lucy's the other day, it was with the afternoon sun. Also, I photographed all of Lee's Chapel about couple of months ago. I wonder if your great grandmother and aunts maybe didn't have headstones. Of course they may have had fieldstones, too. Anyway, glad I could help some.
Added by Frances Allen Titsworth on Nov 28, 2012 2:44 PM
Annette Smith
RE: Charls Streeter and his wife Belle
Sharon,

My pleasure. Here is additional information regarding all Streeter family members:


Streeters buried in Patterson District Cemetery

Ralph E. Streeter Born: 2/12/1897, Death: 5/13/1971, Age 74 Veteran

Mildred Helene Streeter Born 9/12/1907, Death: 7/17/1983, Age 75

Inez Thoress Streeter, Born:9/19/1900, Death:9/11/1986, Age 85

Harry Clifford Streeter, Born: 7/8/1895, Death: 1/18/1962, Age 66 - Veteran

Ada Belle Streeter, Born 1869, Death: 6/2/1947, Age 77

Charles Wilson Streeter, Born: 1869, Death: 10/9/1954, Age 85

Let me know if you would like pictures of their memorials.

Warm regards,

Annette Smith
Added by Annette Smith on Aug 03, 2012 1:31 AM
Annette Smith
Charles and Ada Streeter
Sharon,

Glad that I could help with the photos. I have also looked up their obits via the Historical Society. Here is what I found:


Streeter Death Notices found in The Patterson Irrigator Newspaper


Streeter, Charles W.
1869- October 9, 1954, age 85
Services Saturday for C. W. Streeter; Charles W. Streeter, 85, who lived at the corner of No 3rd Street and El Circulo, died in a Stockton hospital early Wednesday morning. He had been hospitalized about a month. Services will be conducted by the Rev.Carl Fritz Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at Evans Funeral Chapel. Interment will be in Del Puerto Cemetery (Patterson District Cemetery). Streeter was a native of Potter Valley Mendocino County, and had lived in Patterson 18 years. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ada, in May, 1947. Following her death he has lived alone. He took great pride in growing many flowers around his home, and he delighted in bringing bouquets to his neighbors and friends. The Patterson Irrigator Newspaper office, on many occasions was brightened by his large red roses. The Streeters farmed in Lompoc until 1930 when the family moved to Tracy. They lived there five years before coming to Patterson. He is survived by two sons, Ralph and Harry Streeter of Westley; five daughters, Mrs. Estella Kolding of Westley, Mrs. Mildred Franzini of Santa Ynez, Mrs. Bessie
Heitzel of Fort Seward, Mrs. Clara Jones of Lynwood and Mrs. Robert Gordon of Stockton; and a sister, Miss Olive Streeter of Lompoc.

Streeter, Ada B
1869 - June 6th, 1947, age 77
Passing of Mrs. Charles Streeter; Mrs Ada Belle Streeter, wife of Charles Streeter, passed away at her North Third Street home late Thursday night of last week following a short illness. The deceased was a native of Watsonville and was 77 years of age. Beside her husband, she is survived by five daughters; Mesdames Lars Kolding of Westley, Mildred Franzina of Santa Ynez, Elizabeth Hetzel of San Francisco, Clara Jones of Glenwood and Lucille Gordon of Lodi, and two sons; Harry and Ralph Streeter of Westley. Fourteen grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren also survive her. Funeral services were held at the Evans Chapel Monday morning, with Rev. Robert C. Pooley officiating, followed by interment in Del Puerto Cemetery (Patterson District Cemetery).
Added by Annette Smith on Aug 03, 2012 1:07 AM
Deirdre ORourke
Charles Streeter
I'm sorry that I didn't see this photo request for your relative. Charles is buried in the Patterson Cemetery. I looked up the photo requests and took photos today while I was driving through the area.

His wife is also buried there. Charles is buried in Section D row 5 grave 16 and Ada is buried in the same section and row, but it in grave 17. There are other Streeters buried in Patterson as well. Harry, Inez, Mildred and Ralph Streeter are also buried in Patterson. I don't know if they are relatives to Charles or not. I know that Findagrave doesn't list them in the cemetery, but the US Tombstone Project does.

It would be helpful if you changed the cemetery from Del Puerto to Patterson so that a volunteer to go. I don't go to Patterson often, but when I do I like to go to the cemetery and take pictures.

I hope this helps.

Thank you,
Deirdre
Added by Deirdre ORourke on Jun 26, 2012 4:57 PM
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