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I enjoy travel and love to visit cemeterys and memorials. My favorite cemetery at present is Scofield City Cemetery, in Carbon Co., Utah. I am called to visit coal mine disaster sites and cemeterys when I travel.|
This from Arleta's page:
"Sometimes God shows us a little glimpse of what He's got in store for us. Then the next thing we know, life comes along and upsets the applecart until it looks like what seemed so perfect at one time couldn't possibly be what the Lord had in mind. We give up on the idea, go on with living, and after time passes, end up getting what we'd one time had our heart set on -- and couldn't manage to get no matter how hard we tried on our own."
When you visit a grave in reality or on Find a Grave (ultimate reality) you bring credence to a persons memory. It isn't a life but it is a thought. In that thought there is life.
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|Bill Norman||Klondyke Cemetery|
I am writing about the photos you took and posted for the Klondyke Cemetery in Graham County, Arizona, and I am wondering if you also took photos of individual headstones while you were there. Specifically I am interested in Joseph Gosnold Bleak, Memorial #68671631. If you do have a photo of Mr. Bleak's headstone, would you be willing to post it on his memorial? If you do not have an individual photo, do you ever plan on going back to the cemetery?
|Anne ||Carl crusovnik|
My husband is the grandson of Carl Crusovnik, buried at Scofield Cemetery. My husband's grandfather 's name is actually Karl Grusovnik. We are interested in locating his grave. Can you tell us where it is located at the cemetery? Also, do you know if it is possible for us to have a marker installed? Thank you for your help. Anne Grusonik
Added by Anne on Jun 07, 2014 8:11 PM
|dar||Another New Year!|
May it be the best ever!!!
Added by dar on Jan 05, 2014 1:11 PM
|Anonymous||edwin perkins CASTLE GATE et al|
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=47733
unless you didn't get my email from within Find A Grave, it is kinda sad you didn't take the initiative to review your castle gate cemetery records and the one i sent in june 2013 in particular. some one (Lauri) went to the very difficult task to add birth certs to many, if not most/all, of the names; the certs give birth locations and parents names and other info which could be updated.
but if you are only a fan of disasters not of the details of the victims ......
I am looking for information about my great grandad. A.Watson. Do You have any more information about him?
I am looking for his brother Joe. If there might be relatives after him, that we can find.
I would be thankful for your help.
Best regards Elin Friden Watson
Just a little hello from me to you...
Added by dar on Sep 29, 2013 3:16 PM
|Tom Todd||Permission to use photos|
I would like to have your permission to use some of your photos of the Power family in the Klondyke Cemetery for a story I have written about them. You will get photo credit. We have a mutual friend in Nancy Brown.
Added by Tom Todd on Sep 18, 2013 7:30 AM
|William Roberts||Castle Gate Mine Photos|
I received a couple of photos today from widow of the John Hilton Sr.'s grandson Thomas (J.) Hilton. They are 8x11 photos of the Castle Gate Mine and another of all the miners in front of the Mine. Obviously they were taken before the explosion. Please give me a way to e-mail them to you. You can e-mail it to private account. firstname.lastname@example.org. I have some more Castle Gate information that I want to send to you too.
|dar||RE: hi DOT|
Had a wonderful Christmas and hoping your New Year will be Happy and Healthy..
dot in ca.
Added by dar on Jan 07, 2013 8:16 PM
|Andrew & Nicole||Thank you!|
Thank you for the transfer!
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