|Suzy & Rob (#46950534)|
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The human stories and history that can be found in cemeteries have facinated my husband and I for years. We are happy to share this facination with the Find A Grave community. Please contact us if you have any additional information to add to our memorials. Also, please feel free to use our pictures to enhance your family histories. A credit would be nice but not a requirement.|
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|amys||RE: Mattie Cobb|
Wow, that was fast! Thank you for seeing this this so quickly. Also, the record on this end says she was originally in "Fairmount" Cemetery. As if things weren't confusing enough (-:, Denver apparently has both "Fairmount" and "Fairview" cemeteries. Either way, Mattie seems to be safe and sound in Green Mountain now. Thanks again, and take care, Amy
Added by amys on Mar 12, 2014 5:43 PM
|S Ross||RE: Frank & Margaret Morton|
You are more than welcome! It was a wonderful chance to get outside after such a long winter!
Added by S Ross on Mar 12, 2014 10:26 AM
|ldkl||Nancy Melviny Bryant Simons|
Pardon the blank message.
If you would care to contact us again with an address that would allow us to respond to you directly, we will be happy to share documentation with you on Nancy. Yes, we are certain this is the person you are talking about.
Just don't feel comfortable sharing it on a public post. I avoid public posts when at all possible. These are our family members.
Thanks for your interest.
Jack and Linda
Added by ldkl on Mar 10, 2014 4:25 PM
|ldkl||Nacy Melviny Bryant Simons # 37467711|Added by ldkl on Mar 10, 2014 4:20 PM
Can you fix the birthdate on this memorial... he was born in 1899... thanks so much.
|K Tepper||RE: George & Mary Cloud|
You're welcome. I fixed the photos. Just wanted to let you know that I also found two other Cloud gravestones. I added them to the Knights of Pythias Cemetery. I couldn't quite make out their names. One looks like E.P. Cloud and the other might be Willie Mae Cloud. The dates on the graves are readable. Thought you might know who they might be better than me.
Added by K Tepper on Mar 09, 2014 8:29 PM
|Kay (Barton) Swonger||Suzy and Rob|
I just wanted to stop by and say how wonderful it is that you are willing to share pictures and anything else concerning one's memorial. There's some that have a tizzy over that. "They" fail to realize that the memorial also represents one of their family members. Would you not share them if they were alive today!.. Thank you for your kindness and unselfish deeds on Find A Grave. God Bless you and yours!
|Janalee Garn||Abigal Richardson|
I received an email from you saying there was a duplicate memorial for Abigal Richardson #13069189 created in 2006. I don't know how to find it. Can you tell me how to find it? I tried typing in her name, but I only find my memorial for her. Thanks.
|Melinda Cash||Laura Bartine Muller, obit|
Thought you might like to add this to her memorial.
From the Reno Evening Gazette, July 6, 1936
Former Carson Matron Dies on Coast
Mrs. Edward V. Muller, former resident of Carson died yesterday in San Francisco following a long period of ill health. Laura Bartine Muller, eldest child of Horace F. and Lydia M. Bartine, was born in Dover, N.J. and came to Nevada in 1876 with her mother and sister Amy. Mr. Bartine had preceded his family to Nevada where he established a law practice in Carson. Mr. Muller received her education in Carson schools. Her father served two terms as representative to congress from Nevada and was later appointed chairman of the railroad commission by Gov. John Sparks. The railroad commission was later changed to the public service commission and Mr. Bartine occupied the position as chairman until his death in 1918. Mrs. Muller's husband died in 1934. Mrs. Muller was the oldest member in point of membership of the Woman's Relief Corps. of Carson, having joined the order in 1888. She was a member of the Carson Woodcraft lodge for thirty-five years. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Liva Bartine McCabe, a nephew Owen McCabe, and a grand-nephew Patrick McCabe of San Francisco. Funeral services will be held at Carson Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock at the Kitzmeyer-Elges parlor. The Rev. J. L. Harvey will officiate.
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: George & Josephine Child|
You are very welcome. Thank you. The snow does enhance
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