|Kurt Kneeland (#46965574)|
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I believe from the dates on the cemetery cahd and the marriage and death record that the cemetery made the mistake on the name. I e-mail my findings to Dave to see if he would make a correction to Id's memorial. Patty
Added by Patty on Dec 04, 2014 5:56 PM
I added Ida's Grave card to her memorial (Green Lawn) Was Ida married to a Grim before a Graham?
Added by Patty on Dec 03, 2014 5:56 PM
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Catherine Elizabeth Kneeland is my Great Grandmother. We are only related by marriage within families, but at least I have met a Kneeland. She must be a Grand Aunt to you? Love to here from you.
|Robi StoneCypher Green||RE: Memorial # 46138193|
Hello Kurt, Thank you for all your great work on this site. I sent you some edits and corrections on Salmon Harrison Mathewson. Just in case you have any questions, the edits can be verified by looking at his stone. All the best. - Robi
|Tim Allen||Loma China Cemetery|
I have a question for you. I'm wondering if you're the one that added the Loma China Cemetery in Bexar County, Texas to the Find A Grave index of cemeteries? I'm asking because I was doing a Google search on the cemetery name and everything I find shows the name should be
"Lona China". Google actually shows quite a few entries with the name "Lona". If you're not the one that added the name do you by chance know who did?
Thanks for your time.
|Rod Hudson||South Mount Calm Cemetery|
I visited South Calm Cemetery (San Antonio State Hospital) today and was surprised to see the rectangular markers laying flat on the ground. Your picture appears to show the markers standing on end.
You can see a picture I took today by looking at the findagrave entry for my great uncle Noah Thomas Alford Bishop, 1886-1920. He was committed to the facility in 1906, died there in 1920 of tuberculosis, and was buried in what is now called South Mount Calm Cemetery.
I regret not counting the number of markers while I was at the cemetery. I am sure their public affairs can provide that information.
In any event, I was interested to see the markers laying flat instead of on end. Perhaps it was a part of an effort to clean up the area. If only they could identify of the departed by plot.
Can you verify if the Christine Cosser you have a memorial page for had lived in or near Cibolo, Tx and raised horses? I think I may have known her in Junior High School.
Added by tkwist on Jul 29, 2014 12:15 PM
|LKat||Barbara M Burton|
Thanks for catching my error. Her memorial page has been corrected.
Added by LKat on Jul 18, 2014 1:39 PM
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Janice Yates|
Thank you for allowing her memorial (my duplicate) to remain. Blessings.
|Steven Martinez||Maria Antonia Conde 81200352|
I am the Great Great X4 Grandson of Maria Anastacia Conde (1813-1849). Her husband was Jose Leonicio Grando Pacheco (abt. 1806- abt. 1860). They had 8 children together. Her son Favian Sebastian Granado Pacheco (1834-1918) is buried in our family cemetery. The Piscosa-Martinez #2 Cemetery near Floresville Texas.
Wenseslado Pacheco is not one of her sons but is her brother-in-law.
I request that you transfer management of her to me. Her number is # 81200352. My number is # 47239818.
Thanks You For All You Do!
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