|Eric Bernabe (#46779043)|
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Thanks to everyone who has filled my picture requests.|
We are researching the names of our "Virtual Cemeteries". If you are some long, lost or unknown relative, say hi, we'd love to hear from you.
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|Linda Frazier Meredith||RE: Kathalyn Shortridge|
You are welcome, I enjoy finding and taking pictures for Find A Grave. Glad I could help you.
Would you please link Annie and Alister together as husband and wife on their Find A Grave memorials. Thanks. LC
Added by LC on Dec 09, 2012 7:37 PM
Let me try to pass this info again.... Uncle Carl Bernabe lived in Cinn Ohio, Uncle Elmer Bernabe lived in New York when he passed. He died when I was young; maybe late 50's early 60's. He fell from a bridge he was painting in New York. Lastly, Aunt Anna, the youngest Bernabe lived in Illinois. Not sure of her married name, last time I saw her was at my Mother's (Minna) funeral. I hope this helps. BTW, to which of the Bernabe's are you related? If I may ask...
You can also contact me on FB...
Added by Sarah on Dec 05, 2012 5:43 AM
Sorry, lost my connection. As I was saying, not sure if any of this helps you, but I thought I would pass along some Bernabe family info. I hope you received my message about Uncle Carl, Uncle Elmer and Aunt Anna Bernabe before before I lost my connection.
Added by Sarah on Nov 21, 2012 4:13 AM
|Danny Riley||RE: Harley and Ruby Hunt|
|E L Hon||RE: Mary Park|
I already wrote the information about the cemetery. Here is the exact information about the 2 burials that is on the page.
Born 1780, Mar 12
Died (after 1850)
Mary Wier, wife of Moses Park
Born Jan 26, 1779
Died Jan 19, 1859
Age 80 yrs, lacking 7 days
Added by E L Hon on Nov 01, 2012 9:18 PM
|SlowMink||RE: Joan Davis (Oaklawn Cem.)|
I will keep checking - and will take the photo when the monument has been placed.
Added by SlowMink on Aug 09, 2012 8:27 PM
|cself||RE: Mary Adams attempt|
That is not the one I got the picture for, but going back out there very soon, will see if I can find her for you :)
Added by cself on Jul 29, 2012 10:58 AM
|Bill75773||RE: Charles Ewing|
You are welcome. If you are kin to Charles or know some of his relatives, the armed services will furnish a permanent marker at no cost to all veterans. The funeral home can place the order but someone will have to pick it up when it comes in and set it or they would probably set it for a small fee. That temp marker won't last long and his grave will be lost. I made a note on the picture that his grave is just north of his mother's in case he doesn't get a permanent marker.
|Pamela Richey Reed||Jerry Lancaster|
I've posted a picture of his and Penny's headstone along with a close-of each person, but his death date is not on the headstone at this time. If you find out it has been placed there I would be happy to take a new photo for you.
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