George Chauncey Kinsman # 137285421 Hi Paul, There's been a photo request for George Kinsman's headstone. I noticed you had GPS coordinates for BYU campus on his memorial. From his death date and lack of his being in the Provo Cemetery (although his parents are there), he would have been buried in the Temple Hill Cemetery, which I'm guessing is the reason for the GPS. I've sent an edit with the actual location of where that cemetery was; it's where the Karl Maeser building now sits. Find A Grave does have a "Temple Hill Cemetery" that he could be added to, if you'd like. I'm also going to be looking into the digitized original records (1849-1970) to see what I can find.
Children of Charles William Willden Emma Jane Willden Brunson 95792249 is the daughter of Elliot Willden and Emma Jane Clews. She married John Lewis Brunson. She died on March 19, 1942 in FIlmore, Millard, Utah and is buried in the Fillmore Cemetery. The other two daughters of Charles W Willden Sarah Eleanor and Alice Willden are the daughters of Charles and Sarah Smith. Charles' first wife Eleanor was 55 and 58 when they were born.
Margaret Ann Barnes Bradshaw Somebody requested a picture of her headstone, I took a picture of the front and back, I can't upload the other one I took because it says she reached her maximum pictures she can have on her page..
Wrong Fred Johnson associated with Martha Johnson You'll note in the Wasatch Lawn entry for Martha Johnson that there's a link to "her husband" Fredrick O Johnson buried in Ogden. This is a gross error. Martha's husband, Fred O Johnson, is buried next to her in the second plot he purchased himself. He died 23 April 1968, Galt, California; his body brought back to Utah and buried in Wasatch Lawn on 27 April 1968. Someone has murged to separate Fred O Johnson in Find a Grave, Family Search, and Ancestry. I am separating them.
Dean William Weaver Paull, About Dean William Weaver & Dorothia. Do you think that you forgot to add the cemetary location, or are you loading into Find A Grave through Family Search? I found them thru an Inventory of Washington Height Memorial Cemetery.