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And now the purple dusk of twi-light time
Steals a-cross the meadows of my heart,
High up in the sky, the lit-tle stars climb,
Al-away re-min-ding me that we're a-part.
You wandered down the lane and far a-way,
Leav-ing me a song that will not die,
Love is now the stardust of yes-ter-day,
The mus-ic of the years gone by...
Lyrics written by, Mitchell Parish 1929
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SPECIAL THANKS GOES TO:
Helen Hertha; Paul Daraghy, (ROAGK); Dr. George B. Stoneman, MD; Virginia Hardisty Stoneman, (family history memoirs); Duane & Miriam Benell; Robert Crockett Eckart; Barbara (Howell) Luckadoo; Fern Bray, (Remember When); Christopher W. Kirk, (Shrewsbury Historical Commission); Ann Kennedy, Ph.D.; Judy Lukitsch; Sharon Leslie; Hunter G. Rauhofer; Ms. Coi E. Drummond-Gehrig, (Denver Public Library, Western History Department); Bruce Mathews, (Elmwood Cemetery, Trustee); William Bischoff, (Ancestry); and David Crowe, (Ancestry), for their research and collaboration...
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|R Lerch||RE: Martha M (Rudolph) Kraft|
Hello-I will gladly add Edward Kraft. There are also markers for Walter 1889-1957 and Clara Kraft 1896-1961 there. You may want to explore the online burial search function that Graceland Cemetery has added to their home page. Best wishes, Bob Lerch
Added by R Lerch on Oct 12, 2016 5:38 PM
|John Annen||John Paul James Hirsch|
According to Social Security records and John Hirsch's WWII draft card, he was born in Medford, Taylor County, WI. That would make sense, as the records I have show his parents to have been living in Little Black just south of Medford at the time.
|Dave H||RE: David Anson Truax, Sr.|
You're welcome for the transfer! I know the memorial is in good hands.
All the best to you!
Added by Dave H on Sep 22, 2016 8:19 AM
|Vickie Smejkal||Leota Williamson, and , John Williamson at Riverside|
Re: Riverside Cemetery --
John Williamson, and Leota Williamson.
I am ever so happy to contribute. :-) Thank you for your posting of information to their memorials.
Also, just a note -- in case you are interested...I've been documenting the folks in Block 12 at Riverside for over 8 years now and continue to do so. If ever you would like to see what is happening, or discover anything to contribute on behalf of these folks, I'd be ever so happy.
|Louis Roth||RE: Emil Barth|
hmmmm, did not seem to be too extraordinary .... but glad it made you happy
|E. Sweeney||RE: David Erskine Allison, Sr #165085169|
Thanks for pointing it out - fixed now.
|E. Sweeney||PHOTO REQUEST: Godfrey at Cypress Lawn, Colma, CA|
William S Godfrey Jr and William Godfrey III are also in the same niche as Louise, per Cypress Lawn's online database.
|Kurt||Williamson's at Mtn View|
I do not have locations for the Williamson's. Best try the office, so we can get the pictures taken.
Added by Kurt on Aug 09, 2016 10:13 PM
|Larry White||Robert & Alois Miller|
Always happy to add well researched info and links to memorials I have created. Just send the info along using the edit tabs.
|mel truman||RE: Theresa Pfeifer|
I don't recall seeing a marker for Edward or I probably would have photographed it. Perhaps he is in another area. I'm in the process of posting around 200 photos for the cemetery, maybe he'll show up. In the meantime I plan to make another trip up so I will double check and keep an eye out. Beautiful cemetery by the way, up on a hill with a spectacular view of the city.
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