|Shirley Stertz||Obit: Leo Hubert Ross|
Please submit Obit for Leo Hubert Ross, Lancaster
Former Resident Passes Away
Leo H. Ross, an old time resident, property owner and business man passed away unexpected Dec. 18th. Services were conducted by the local lodge A.F.A.M., as Mr. Ross was a member of Brighton Lodge #78. Burial was in Lancaster Cemetery.
Mr. Ross had been very active in Derby development. The first Post Office Rural route
out of Derby was carried by him. He later
transferred to Ft. Logan, then to Ft. Collins,
then to Estes Park Post Office from where he
retired. Moving to Lancaster, California in 1954
where he established a Lawn Mower and Saw Filing
|Ralph Smith||Washington Smith|
Hey! Old History Buff,
How ya doing! There seems to be a problem with the date of birth. Washington's tombstone says that he was 73 years of age. If this is right it would put his birth in the year of 1815 not 1817. Thanks, hope you and yours are doing fine.
|vtmlaw||William Augustus Harrington|
My husband's great grandfather, 1854-1907
Added by vtmlaw on Aug 21, 2015 9:53 PM
She is my husband's great grandmother. Her maiden name was Raglan, not Ragsdale.
Added by vtmlaw on Aug 21, 2015 9:46 PM
|Fred Bradley||Cephas "Dick" Parr|
I live across the street from Englewood Cemetery in Clinton, MO and do photo requests in the cemetery. I often see Cephas Parr's marker and wonder why he's not noted as a "famous" or at least a "somewhat famous" person buried in Englewood. The cemetery has only one famous person memorial and he was just a Missouri state representative. What do you think?
|Marshfield Pioneer Cemetery||Eli Swearengin|
Hope you received the more detailed email. We would like to be as definitive as possible when making family links.
|Cheryl||Martha L. "Mattie" Young Pliley|
May I please manage my great-grandmother's memorial? Her memorial # is 15840728. My membership number is #47679341. Thank you for creating such a wonderful memorial.
Added by Cheryl on May 26, 2014 8:35 PM
|Annette Wise||Garland E Eshelman #97186673|
Recently I was taking photos at Akron Cemetery, and found a marker for a Garland E Eshelman, Sgt. US Army WWII, Jun 1926 for birth year and death as Jul 2001. Could this be the same person. This Garland is buried next to Eva and Dever, Miles and John Everett Eshelman.
|LADONNA SANDERS||Peter Hammer|
Thank you for creating the memorial and the photo. These are my great great grandparents.
There is a Hammer Cemetery in Lincoln County, Ks, where Peter's daughter Mary Hammer Donley is buried, along with other Hammers and people in nearby rural communities.
My husband (retired History teacher) and I (+ fan of everything-'Western') were so happy we got to photograph the grave of this "school-marm". We researched her interesting life; learned a lot. Should others also enjoy reading more about her, go to: http://www.uwyo.edu/robertshistory/school_bells_and_winchesters.htm
[We wanted to add a picture of her, but F.A.G. rules say we cannot use other/online images (only those we take). But several can be easily viewed by Googling her name!]
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