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|Gerry Jean||RE: Porter photos|
Eric ... you're always welcome!
You're very welcome.
Added by NLColes on Aug 23, 2014 6:11 PM
|Robert Malone||RE: Bell photos|
I think your request for Dora Bell Miller is going to be an unmarked grave, but I want to make sure. According to records, she is in the same lot as first husband William Terman. I located his grave, but did not note any Eudora or Dora with him (there is no marked burial on his right, so that may be where she is).
|JodyM||Maude Bell Steele|
Thanks for the links to Maude's parents. All connected now - Jody :}
Added by JodyM on Aug 16, 2014 4:05 PM
|arrowkeeper||RE: Freeland photos|
You are very welcome. I am so glad to be of some help.
|Michelle||RE: Legari photos|
When I got the two Legari photos for you next to them was two more Legari's.
Here is there info I already added photo's to the memorials that had been created.
-Helen Legari(Dec 10 1919-Mar 30 1998)
I didn't know if they were related to the ones you had requested.
Added by Michelle on Jul 16, 2014 10:37 AM
|Gerry Jean||RE: Lejeal photos|
Eric ... you're very welcome!
I'm having trouble finding any Lejeal funeral records or obits! Phooey, losing my touch.
About the two J. Lejeals -- the dates, which were confirmed with the Holy Cross database when it was online, are different. Re-interments were nearly always entered with the date of reburial, and people were not entered 2x -- generally -- under both dates.
I'm not convinced that Jean B listed buried in 1927 is the same person as John Baptisti buried in 1879 -- the name Jean Baptist and it's variants being very common and running in families, I would not find it surprising to see a variation.
Also, the Holy Cross records were just amazingly well kept, and to come up with a new spelling for the name of the same person during re-interment has not been seen in any of my entries thus far.
I'm going to do more research but for now I'm leaving both entries since I do believe at this time they are separate persons.
If you have a reason to believe that there is no Jean B Lejeals (which also could be a female, and not a Jean Baptiste variant now that I think about it) buried at Holy Cross, I would be glad to sort out the discrepancy. A funeral record of a re-burial in 1927 of an original burial somewhere in 1879 would be ideal!
|Louis Roth||Olivet Cemetery requests|
you have not provided a grave location as per the request.
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