|Kelly Starman-Brown (#47169456)|
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My grandmother has been pursuing our family trees for many years now. She recently passed on to me all of her years of research, photo albums, letters from family members (that are now deceased), etc.|
I have taken this information; along with information gathered from other family members and have updated and am still updating my family trees.
I'm interested in Ziegfeld, Anderson, Bresley, Hammond, Brannum, Twibell, Lounsbury, Fenton, Kruk, McGrew, Bevington, Sindler, Cvek to name a few.
Photos and information are posted on here to share with family and you have my permission.
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|Victoria Roberts Smiley||Mary Wright Brannum|
I found her headstone! She is in Block 10 of Mound Cemetery with a different family. My battery died of course, so a friend is emailing me the picture today :)
|Missing My Loved ones||susan torrico|
I would like to help you with this but the rose hill cemetery here in okc is not very helpful nor do they have good maintance or grave markers to tell you where ur at. I went to ask them if he's buried here and they said it would cost me 5$ for that info. that their services is for family only and they had to call in to get the info. when i asked for maps of the cemetery so i can find where things are they said tell the family to request the map for the info on which they are inquiring. There phone number is 405-843-5771 or fax number 405-843-5754. Please let me know if I can help in anyway. I dont have my volunteering status turned on cause there are some doing rose hill that have said i dont take professional photos and they dont want to see it on their memorials. so I do try and help but i email the headstones by request.
|TLS||William K Ziegfeld 80518753|
Here's a little bio on William:
Brother of Flo Ziegfeld, Williams was very prominent in Chicago in picture producing and music. He was associated with his father in the Chicago Musical College. William died at the Howard A. Kelly Hospital in Baltimore following an operation he'd had a few weeks previous in France.
Added by TLS on Feb 03, 2013 8:06 PM
|Kim Poyner Woodhouse||Resthaven Cemetery Photo|
You made a photo request on Find A Grave in Resthaven Cemetery in Oklahoma City. This cemetery is ENORMOUS, so to get a photo a plot location is needed. Please contact the funeral home: firstname.lastname@example.org
The funeral home charges non-family members (office walk-ins - like me)to do plot location lookups, so please mention your relationship. When you have the plot number, add it in the PLOT box (if you own the memorial). If you don't own the memorial, send me an email with the information.
|Robin Woolson Abrams||RE: re: Crotinger|
I will transfer management of them to you if you like, as I am not related
|Janet LaMotte||Cary Twibell|
I have added info including his obituary. Do you have a link for his parents?
|Mark and Kay||Robert Twibell|
Robert's stone was a single stone and there were no other Twibell's around him. We always try to take all of a surname in the same area, but there were none there that we found. Sorry we could not be of more help.
|Dawn Maddox Montgomery||RE: Twibell/McCullick|
You are welcome. If you'd like any more of my Twibell family to manage, let me know.
Transferred your Uncle Harold to you, but the memorial for Loretta is not mine.
Have a great day!!
|Glaub||RE: Ziegfeld Graves|
There is a genealogist on staff that might answer an email if you go to the cemetery's mainpage. Feel free to email me, and I will send you a j-peg of a map of the section where they are, which I got from the person in the office. It's a nice group of graves close to Clark Avenue side of cemetery (near the northwest corner). It's hard to read the Oma and Opa stones since the material used was some sort of limestone, which washes out, but they have the same last name, and I would guess they're the parents the doctor. I have an ancestor buried in Milwaukee from Austria whose stone is nearly flattened by rain since it's the same material. So, it is important that you visit the Oma and Opa gravestones and try to figure out/verify the first names before the writing is gone due to the years of rain/wind/etc. The last name Ziegfeld is clear enough for identification.
Added by Glaub on May 22, 2012 3:04 PM
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