|Collins Crapo (#669)|
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I'm an amateur singer & guitarist. When taking pictures at cemeteries & adding interments to this site, I started with my own family (charity begins at home, as they say). Then I did the same for friends & for people whose deaths made headlines in my local newspaper. Now I take grave pics & add pages for people whether or not I ever knew them or heard of them. Besides gravestones themselves, my major sources of info have been the BYU-Idaho burial index & the Utah burial index.|
If you have photographed a headstone for 2 people (usually a husband & wife) & posted it to a page for one of them, & want to copy it to a page for the other person, please be careful not to right-click the small grave pic on the main memorial page for the 1st person; otherwise the small pic, not the big one, will be the one that you'll save to your hard drive & that will end up on the page for the 2nd person.
In the summer of 2007, due to rising gas prices & other economic hardships, I put this hobby mostly on hold. But as of March 2015, I have resumed gravestone photography. In any case, I appreciate the feedback I have received from family & friends of those for whom I've added pages &/or grave pics.
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|Marne Tucker||Berrett family|
If you are not related to these people. Would you please transfer them to me. These are cousins. Eva Berrett 14270567. Monte Berrett 14270564. LeOla Berrett Sanders 14270673. Thank you for all the work you do. Marne Berrett Tucker #47133077
|Ja Nell Harris Carlton Armstrong||RE: Ralph Croy #6722154|
One is spiritual because the box that held his remains at Relda's request that cremation box held photos and other things that Relda wanted buried along with her. We spread Ralph's remains at the mine shaft that he worked in she was buried in Idaho and Ralph's cremains are here is California.
|Michael Day||RE: James Nibley #37900613|
My Great Great Grandmother is Fannie Gibbs (#59285935) [1855-1934]
She married James Wilson Nibley (#37900613) [1840-1896] December 9, 1872
They had three children including Emma Nibley (#21256319) who married my Great Grandfather George Tilton Hyde (#21256345) They had 8 children including my Grandfather Rosel H. Hyde (#20594496)
There ya go. Way more info than you wanted.
I'm just trying to get all these people linked up.
|Nancy Day||RE: Bertie|
Thank you, I think you are right. I'm still searching for records.
Wondering if you have a Bertie Crapo in your tree? He was young (18, I think) when he died. In my tree I had him as Oldham but I think it's Crapo.
Added by Heather on Jun 30, 2015 5:09 PM
Thanks for all of the work you've put into this! The above number is calculated as my great-grandmother, Alice Crockett's find a grave as her half sister (I didn't write down Alice's number, sorry but her link is on Alvira's page). I asked the person who has Alice's grave if she put that info down and she didn't and doesn't know how to change it. I assumed only that person could make changes, so I thought I'd ask if you do (as the one who has Alvira's grave). Alice is her full sister, not half and it's just creeping me out when I see it :) Hope you can help and thanks!
Added by Heather on Jun 30, 2015 12:48 PM
|David Metcalf||RE: Morris babies in Ucon Cemetery|
Thanks for the information, sorry for the mix up
|Julie Staples||RE: Ucon Cemetery duplicates|
thanks, I have tried to contact her thru her email address also with no results. There are so many duplicates in Ucon Cemetery and need to be fixed. Hope we see some reults.
103629137 there is a request for the photo
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