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I am slowly adding to this site photos (and, yes, feel free to 'grab' for your own use...but please do not publish on the web without permission) of grave markers at San Carlos Cemetery, the City of Monterey Cemetery and El Carmelo in Pacific grove. Please note that many grave markers (especially in El Carmelo in Pacific Grove) are worn, covered in moss/lichen, broken and/or overgrown with grass and weeds. I have not been able to clean these markers due to time constraints. |
If you are a family member of any that I've created, please let me know and I can transfer them to your care. I am not a grave "collector" and am happy to transfer to family. I only make these memorials as a service to the genealogical community.
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|Barbara Blum||Thomas Buck|
Paternal link established.
|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||RE: wrong transfer|
No , not that one. I'll get the number to you.
|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||wrong transfer|
I transferred the wrong record to you.
Find A Grave Memorial# 78097121
could I have it back?
|Jerry Hurlbert||Jim, Jerry, etc.|
Hi again. Thanks for making the additions and handling my error. No they are not related, just very very good friends. Jim was my 6th grade wood shop teacher and coach at PGGS (Now called Robert H Down). Jerry was a good friend for ever. I have read your profile, we have similar reasons for doing this. Thanx for taking care of OUR cemeteries. jerry
|diana greb||RE: Natheel delayed birth cert|
Hi--no, I don't have any other information at this time about Natheel. I am trying to put the maiden and married names on the delayed births. When I am not sure about one, I look on findagrave. I haven't got to the evidence folders yet, so I am not sure if there will be more there or not. I am always happy to find a copy of the Bible pages. It has really been a fun project--I have taken over 30,000 digital pictures, and I am not even half done with the cropping, resizing and alphabetizing yet! It turned out to be a much bigger project than I thought it would! Thanks, Diana
|Dale Davis||Jerry Hall|
Thank you for taking this pic. He is my wife's Uncle. Dale Davis
|Gale Yocum||RE: gillum photo|
The grave of William T. Gillum is located in the middle of a field. The field is owned by the third generation of a local family. I received permission to go out to it. We, my wife and I, drove part of the way out in the field. I walked the rest of the way. The owned of the field told me the stones of the Gillum Cemetery had be scattered and broken as long as he could remember by cattle. There are only five burials. There are no other Gillum burials there. While doing research over the years, I recall seeing a large Gillum tombstone in the Lea Cemetery which is located about 10 miles southwest of where William T. Gillum is buried. There maybe other Gillum burials elsewhere. The History of Johnson County Missouri states William T. Gillum came to the county in about 1835-36. Numerous other earlier settlers of the county came of Virginia and the Carolinas. Gale Yocum
|Gale Yocum||RE: gillum photo|
Do you know anything about William Gillum; where he was from and etc.? I have attempted to do some research on him unsuccessfully. Gale Yocum
|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||Roman Heis|
Updated and history added
his father is David Heis
|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||gaussen|
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