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DChester (#46930527)
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Bio Photo I have many pictures of NM cemeteries, as I have been collecting them for years - although they are not organized in any fashion. I find NM cemeteries most fascinating, because many are in remote areas and are all that remain of once thriving communities. I have lived in NM almost all my life, and currently reside in Las Vegas. I include my email in order to accommodate corrections and requests, so please feel free to make them.
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kelly greer
Minnie Bell (Hardy) Adams
I don't mean to be a pest about this but you can see that her father's middle name was, in fact, Brewer, simply by looking at the photo of his headstone here on Find A Grave. His full name was carved onto his headstone and shows his middle name was, in fact, Brewer and not Bell (that was his daughter's middle name). His Find A Grave memorial is # 103395898.
Added by kelly greer on Dec 03, 2014 6:27 AM
kelly greer
Minnie Bell (Hardy) Adams
Thank you for creating the memorial for Minnie Bell (Hardy) Adams. One minor thing I noticed tho was you have her father's middle name listed as "Bell" and his middle name - as I have seen it in several records - was Brewer - not Bell, i.e., Samuel Brewer Hardy rather than Samuel Bell Hardy.
Added by kelly greer on Dec 02, 2014 2:54 PM
Virginia Meadowcroft
Masonic Cemetery
Thank you for posting Nellie and Fred Kammers' headstone photos.
Added by Virginia Meadowcroft on Nov 28, 2014 4:35 PM
RE: Ida Burris
You are certainly welcomed to add that to her memorial. I was just curious--she is not related to me. I was transcribing obits from some old papers and came across that.
Added by Sheryl on Jul 25, 2014 6:19 AM
Ida Burris
I found the following obit for Ida Burris in a Leavenworth, Kansas newpaper:

"Died, at 11:00 on Thursday night, Feb. 13th, Ida, eldest daughter of B. L. and Maggie Burris, aged 9 years and four months. Funeral Saturday, the 15th, at the residence of Judge Latta, Cherokee and Broadway. (Leavenworth Bulletin, Feb. 14, 1868)"

Do you know if her body was removed to New Mexico at that time, or was she reinterred at a later date?
Added by Sheryl on Jul 19, 2014 8:03 AM
Bruce Wertz
I am sorry to hear about the death of your father
Added by Bruce Wertz on Jul 16, 2014 10:42 AM
john KIZER
Sarah E. Mills
You have a picture of the headstone of Robert E. Mills in Sec J Row 3. He is the son of Sarah E. Mills who supposedly is buried in Sec. J, Row 3 also. do you have a picture of her headstone?
Thanks, John Kizer
Added by john KIZER on Jan 26, 2014 11:06 AM
Bruce Wertz
Added by Bruce Wertz on Dec 16, 2013 11:16 AM
Bill Meyers
James G. Travis (1845 - 1887)
Thank you for posting his memorial (Memorial# 34983180).

James was the son of William Beatty and Mary (nee Gahagan) Travis. He was born in Pennsylvania Aug. 2, 1845 based on the family Bible. A circa 1918 family genealogy said he died in a train accident.
Added by Bill Meyers on Jul 28, 2013 7:49 PM
Bruce Wertz
first presbyterian Church Columbarium
You took pictures of Helen O'Brien [1919-2011]
and Gloria Trivalos' [1932-2010] creamation boxes
at the Presbyterian Church. Would you pleas enter them

Added by Bruce Wertz on May 10, 2013 8:02 AM
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