|Linda Judd||Wallace and Vera Judd|
Thank you so much for adding the grave stone photos for Wallace and Vera Judd, my parents-in-law. Very much appreciated!
|Mary E. Warner||Warner|
Thanks for the headstone photo for the two sisters. It is a good thing that the photo was taken at this time because of the wear and tear already on the brass plate. Thanks again.
|Betty Radugge||Carrol Douglas Thomason|
Thank you for the great headstone photo for Carrol.Have a blessed day.
|Marsha||RE: Additional Cushings - Evergreen Washelli|
John Cushing is a relative by marriage. He had a son named Charles Chenery Cushing but neither of the ones you have out there is him. So the two that you found are probably relatives of John's but they would not be related to me. Thanks much for letting me know.
Added by Marsha on Apr 13, 2012 8:40 PM
Thank you so much for taking the photos of John and Ethel Cushing's gravestones.
Added by Marsha on Apr 13, 2012 8:22 PM
|Janice Byington||Richard Henry Byington, Sr.|
Thank you so much for getting his marker photo for me. I was hoping you'd found his father, wife, and son's nearby, but not to be. Boy, our deceased loved ones sure like to play "hide and seek", don't they? At least I know where they are not. Thank you again.
|Cordelia Conner Newson Fischer||Elizabeth Conner|
I cannot thank you enough for this picture. I am so grateful to have it on Find A Grave. keep up the good work and know that you are appreciated! Cordelia
|David Olsen||Kimber Hall|
Thank you so much for the photo for Kimber. He was one of 58 men from F Troop 2nd Squadron of the 11th Cavalry that was killed in Vietnam. Soon I will have them all back together again where they belong and then my work will be done.
|Jason||RE: Elsie Bussio|
Well, I gave the cemetery archivist a last name of Josephine and she still wasn't able to find a record under Bussio or Josephine... It was only after she went down to the paper archives in their basement and hand searched by death date that she was able to find an Elsie Brussio (yes with an r) that died on the same date you have in her memorial Dec 14 1909. I have the plot for her so I will go out sometime after it stops raining and try to take a couple snapshots. You can go ahead and update her memorial with the Plot# 6-7-14.
Added by Jason on Feb 13, 2012 3:49 PM
I left a message and reported a problem on your photo request for Elsie Bussio. I walked a significant portion of the cemetery and could not locate her gravesite. I called the cemetery and they said they do not have a record for her. Since I sent my last message I realize she couldn't have been married so Bussio must be her maiden name. Is Elsie short for something? Regardless, the archivst couldnt find it in her records. Maybe she is buried in a cemetery nearby? Sac City Cemetery, Masonic Lawn, East Lawn... You should call these to see if she is at these places. Sorry I couldnt help.
Added by Jason on Feb 13, 2012 1:46 PM
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