|Kelly (Brubaker, Bowden) Hughes (#46820693)|
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I love to go walk threw Cemetery's.. (not only ones close but where ever I travel) Its peacefull most people think its alittle Bizare But when you look threw find a grave and are doing geneology.. It comes to help lots of people. I love this site. I love geneology!!|
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Good luck to all of you!!
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|Rosalie H. Kaufman||Kenneth DuBois Jr.|
Thank you a hundred times for the photo. It is very much appreciated!! Happy Holidays! Rosalie
|Linnea Perris||William G. Parker, Jr. No. 135300612|
I have located a Utah death certificate for him and it shows the following.
William G. Parker, Jr.
Birth: Feb 22, 1900, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
Death: July 5, 1905,Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
Buried in the City Cemetery on July 7, 1905
His parents are William and Eliza so he can now be linked to them.
Thank you for making his memorial and posting the photo. I did not know about him until you asked.
Thank you for the quick photo. I appreciate your time in finding this one under the tree.
|GW Utley||Private Don Ellis Losee|
Please make the falling change to Don Losee's memorial
Don Ellis Losee was born March 30 1893 in Monroe, Sevier, Utah. He died Jul 4 1922 in Wellington, Utah.He was the son of Isaac Losee and Mary Miranda Davis-Losee.
Added by GW Utley on Jan 26, 2013 7:03 AM
|Charlene Teifer Stiffinella||Re: Sarah Menerey gravestone|
Nice job on this gravestone-and thank you very much-I appreciate your time on this also. Nice clear shot!
Charlene Teifer Stiffinella
|RememberThem||Helen J. Andersen|
Thank you very much for the transfer.
|Michael V Drachman||RE: Albert smith|
Kelly, thanks for sending Alber my direction.. I appreciate it,,
Cute shot of you and the little one..
|Max Grant Anderson||Transfers|
Thanks Kelly I think that is all my family. really appreciate it.
|Max Grant Anderson||Soren Anderson|
I cant tie into Soren. My great grandfather was Jens Christian Anderson. He came across the plains in a handcart in 1857 and settled in Spring City then to Sevier county.
|Max Grant Anderson||Tranfer requests|
I have tried the edit tool but apparently you are not getting them that way so I will try these
Edna Hortense Anderson:
Kjersti Torgersen Anderson:
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