|Mark Vernon (#47102350)|
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I would be more than happy to transfer most of my entries on findagrave, with the exception of my direct ancestors.|
My ancestral surnames are:
(Paternal) Vernon, Singleton, Jones, Breeden, Hunter, Jennett, Scott, Rowden, Wyatt, Williams, Kyle, Deupree, Tyree, Atchley, Harper, Frost, Marks, Portwood, Standiford, Blanton, Jager, Bowman, McCargo, Sullivant, Radford.
(Maternal) Selak, Scaman, Henry, Kinney, Sullivan, Harvey, Smith, Summers, Agar, Butler, Breen, White, Hisey, Sanderson, Russell, Chessell, Hadden, Bird, Richmond, Dawthett, Herrick.
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|Sidney||RE: Blackmore thanks!|
The cemetery is 130 years old this May, and the cemetery association is working to cut back the weeds and clean it up. I'm helping by trying to get all the headstones photographed ... and finding in the process that half of them are not in find a grave at all. Glad you had such a nice memorial for Charlotte :)
Added by Sidney on Apr 19, 2014 12:22 PM
|Sidney||RE: Blackmore thanks!|
You are very welcome. I am working the old Fairview Cemetery in Santa Fe and found her hidden in some overgrown weeds.
Added by Sidney on Apr 19, 2014 12:09 PM
|Debra Bowers ||Sophia Mary Crooks Crocker|
Thank you very much, Blessings
|J. Kruger||Roy Winston and Mary G Mcgrath|
Thank you for adding the nickname and last name for Roy Winston and Mary G Mcgrath.
|tcbyer||RE: Elmer Ensey|
Elmer Ensey is a 3rd cousin along one of my maternal families.
Added by tcbyer on Mar 30, 2014 2:27 PM
|Diane Payne||Greenwood Memorial Park|
There are 17 photo request for Greenwood. I would accept them, but I really have only been to Greenwood once. Do you know if they are friendly to Find A Grave folks?
|Diane Payne||Old Bikur Cholim Cemetery|
I am adding headstone photos to Old Bikur Cholim Cemetery. I checked them yesterday and found 2 duplicates. These were contributions you had already added. I deleted mine. Not sure why the search engine was not picking up the names before I added them.
If you find anymore duplicates please let me know.
|Nils M. Solsvik Jr.||RE: Florence Upper Lakeview cemetery|
Hi Mark. I have removed a couple of photos per your request.
|Shelli Steedman||RE: Dorothy Mae Hayes Roletto|
Her husband was Alfred James Roletto buried in Eagles Cemetery.
Fred (Fritz) James Roletto, 82, of Ronald, died Saturday, May 24 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Tacoma. He was born November 28, 1914 to Lena (Benedetto) and Anton Roletto in Butte, Montana. His family moved to Ronald when he was 2. Fritz lost his father when he was 11.
He was both a member of the Ronald Volunteer Fire Department and Roslyn Eagles for more than 60 years. He worked in the coal mines for more than 28 years and in construction for more than 15 years. He also was the Ronald Water Commissioner for many years. His retirement, in 1971, was spent doing service for all his friends in Ronald.
He was proceeded in death by his mother, father, daughter Sheila, and brother Dominic. His loving family includes his wife of 58 years, Dorothy; sister Stella Oakes of Seattle; daughters Sharon (and Dan) Browning of Gig Harbor; Corrine (and Joel) Barnell of Eagle River, Alaska; and son Tony (and Peggy) Roletto of Auburn; grandchildren, Danette (and Mike) Cloos, Rory (and Lisa) Browning, Shad Barnell, Tia (and Hal) Froehle, Roslyn Barnell, Cory Roletto and Trevin Roletto; great grandchildren, Kamryn, Kegan, and Molly; nephew Ron Roletto; and niece Mona Nelson.
To his family, Fritz was the "official mushroom king" of Ronald. He was a loving and giving man who was always there for his family and friends. He loved his family, walking with his dog, singing Italian songs, and playing the "broom."
His family will greatly miss him, but knows he has walked through the pearly gates of heaven to join his family there. He has also joined his friends for a game of bacci ball.
Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, May 30, at the Roslyn Eagles Cemetery, followed by a celebration of life at the Ronald Community Club.
Remembrances may be sent to the Ronald Fire Department or Ronald Community Club.
Ellensburg Daily Record, May 28, 1997
|Joy||RE: Villinger thanks|
You are very welcome. It was my pleasure.
Added by Joy on Mar 01, 2014 6:25 PM
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