RE: Infant Metz Memorial#66899525 Unfortunately the alpha index for "Child Metz" indicate the burial location (Sec 15,D,9 Lot 8 sp 1) and under "sex" a question mark; under "age" another question mark. Interment date 09/28/1887.
There is NO listing for Child Metz in the Butte County "Earliest Death and Burial Records" and the 1887 newspapers were patchy, and rarely listed an infant's death - mostly the obits in those days were the gruesome and/or the famous folks in the area.
Thanks Thank you for checking about Jesse Allen Frederick. You most likely didn't meet my husband as he didn't get to know his father until 1982, a few years after his mother had died. She didn't want them to meet, it seems. They had divorced when he was very young and Bill had no memory of him. If you will send me an email at my address (CerelleAllez@gmail.com) I will send you some other information. Thanks again, Cerelle
Echo Pollock Frederick 86563171 First, thank you for creating the memorial for Echo Pollock Frederick, my husband's father's second wife. It is a great service that you do!
I am trying to find the place where my husband's father was buried and am having no luck. Bill was out of touch with his dad until much later in life, as his mother didn't disclose his location to Bill and discouraged him in every way from wanting to find him.
We did finally meet and had a nice visit in Salt Lake City where he lived for many years. His family is there, but I have been out of touch and Bill recently passed away. (Find a Grave # 112949979). I would like to link him to his father, Jesse Allen Frederick, and thought that he may have been buried with his family there near Echo.
As you have worked on this cemetery, I thought perhaps you could tell me if he is there in Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. It would be much appreciated. I can make the memorial for him, or maybe you would..but don't want to do that if I can't confirm that he is there.
Thank you for any help you can give me. Cerelle Bolon
Gustaf Johnson #14308059 Gustaf, your huband's great-grandpa, was the brother of my great-great-grandpa Olof Johanson. Thus your husband & my father were 3rd cousins. Your name being Tammi also caught my interest, as I am a fan of the late Motown singer Tammi Terrell (hence my e-mail address). Anyway, I have transferred Gustaf's page to your management at your request.
package Yes, we did get it. Thank you so much. Tim was so excited to see the pics. His brother, Kelly, was here last weekend. He was thrilled as well. I made him some copies to take back with him. Love looking at old photos. Thanks again for taking the time and trouble to get these to us.
RE: Boese I am not from the Boese side. My others maiden name was Buckner. Her name was Zora. Her sisters name was Lulu and she was married to Richard Boese. They had a natural son, Richard jr, and an adopted son LeRoy, who was a child of Lulu's sister who died young. Uncle Rich married soon after Lulu's death to Lena. Richard jr married Opal and they had two daughters. LeRoy married elenor and they lived in California, as LeRoy had some dispute with Uncle Rich. Do you recognize any of this information? Love to hear from you. Pat