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"Stardust" (#47286284)
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And now the purple dusk of twilight time
Steals across the meadows of my heart,
High up in the sky, the little stars climb,
Al-away re-min-ding me that we're a-part.
You wander down the lane and far away,
Leaving me a song that will not die,
Love is now the star dust of yes-ter-day,
The music of the years gone by...

Lyrics written by, Mitchell Parish 1929

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SPECIAL THANKS TO:
Helen Hertha; Paul Daraghy, (RAOGK); Dr. George B. Stoneman, MD; Duane & Miriam Benell; Robert Crockett Eckart; Barbara (Howell) Luckadoo; Fern Bray, (Remember When); Christopher W. Kirk, (Shrewsbury Historical Commission); Denver Public Library, (Western History Department); Judy Lukitsch; Hunter G. Rauhofer; Bruce Mathews, (Elmwood Cemetery, Trustee); and William Bischoff, (Ancestry), for their research and collaboration...



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Chris Aiuto-Atkins
RE: Rudolph & Maud (Hunt) Oehlmann
It was my pleasure to see others happy, thank you.
Christine Aiuto-Atkins
Added by Chris Aiuto-Atkins on Oct 21, 2014 12:51 PM
Chris Aiuto-Atkins
RE: Ralph Corda & Constance (Oehlmann) Sandborn
Hi Stardust,
There are 4 people listed. It also list the mother and father of Ralph Corda Sandborn, plus his wife and himself.

I will be checking on the Oehlmann this week to locate the photo's for you, "Rudolph and Edith Maude Hunt Oehlmann". Sorry I didn't locate it, but at the office I got confuse and forgot about them so sorry, they live close to me. If you have any questions let me know.
Chris
Added by Chris Aiuto-Atkins on Oct 17, 2014 9:37 PM
MJ
RE: Statira (Bowen) Hungerford
The wording at the bottom reads: I have finished my course. I have kept the faith.
I also wanted to tell you that I went back to the cemetery today when the lighting was more favorable and I have two photos which are far superior to those posted yesterday for Statira. I will go ahead and add those and then you can delete the first two. In the close up photo I took today, you can read the bottom wording.

Note about Lucean's side: Since Lucean's inscription is on the side of Statira's memorial, the Hungerford name does not appear at the bottom on his side.
Added by MJ on Oct 17, 2014 12:47 PM
GeekyGraveGirl
RE: Statria Bowen Hungerford
You are welcome!
Added by GeekyGraveGirl on Oct 16, 2014 4:18 PM
pmeath
RE: John & Ruth (West) Derby
My pleasure. I was surprised when I visited the gravesite; I knew Jane buried at the front of the plot photo. :)
Added by pmeath on Oct 16, 2014 1:38 PM
Jennifer Rapp
RE: Asa Pope & Richard Asa Pope
They were hard to read, engraving was quite faded, but here is my take on them

Richard
Son of Asa and Charlotte Pope
died Aug 26 1833 aged 1 yr and 6 months

Asa Pope
Died
August 1st 1871
Aged 67 years 8 months and 18 Days

regards,
Jennifer
Added by Jennifer Rapp on Oct 15, 2014 4:24 PM
GeekyGraveGirl
RE: Frederick & Eva May Elliott
You are welcome!
Added by GeekyGraveGirl on Oct 14, 2014 5:28 AM
B.J. Waters
RE: Lucien Llewellyn Bowen
You're welcome Judy, and thank you for your kind words. It is difficult to photograph through glass, and also glass-fronted niches. The Bowens' niche is up about 7 feet, so I had to zoom in on it. It does look a little blurry. I did wait for the focus to come in, but it never looked real clear so I gave it my best shot.

The date looks like 1850, but the more I enlarge it, the blurrier it gets. They don't keep a record of the decedent's birth on the cemetery records, but the records do indicate the age of the person at time of death. If you are wanting to find out if the date you have on the memorial is correct, maybe you can call them and ask about his age. They are usually very helpful.

It is a coincidence that I had the same problem with your other request, for the Powers. Grace Chapel Columbarium is very old. The Chapel was built shortly after the cemetery opened in 1905. The Columbarium niches have either glass fronts, or some kind of metal. Most of the metal ones are so tarnished they are somewhat difficult to read. All of us volunteers do the best we can whenever there is a request in the Columbarium.

Best regards,
B.J.
Added by B.J. Waters on Oct 05, 2014 11:23 PM
 

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