|Janice Wheeler (#46622322)|
| || member for 11 years, 1 month, 15 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
I have been interested in Genealogy for over 40 years and am principally researching my direct family lines of RYER, ALLUMBAUGH, COX, WEIMAN, GREEN, HUNNICUTT, CORDER, ATKINSON, DUKE|
Since I live in California, it is difficult to
get the Texas, Pennsylvania, etc research done and I am so grateful to the wonderful volunteers with 'Find A Grave' who have photographed my Great Grandparents graves, etc. I may never have seen these stones.
I am a member of several Heritage Groups, including the US Daughters of 1812, DAR, UDC and might never have found some of the connections if it had not been for volunteers.
I am interested in hearing from any one interested in the lines I have put up on 'Find a Grave' and I will share information with family members and researchers.
Calvary Catholic Cemetery
|Find A Grave Friends|
B.J. Waters, Betty McEntire, D K Railsback B, Darlene, Debbie Ann Poli..., Donna Lyle Alum..., DonZas, Ed Kosary, Ed Sanders, Robert Bennett, Warren Weimer
|Messages left for Janice Wheeler (17)||[Leave Message]|
|B.J. Waters||RE: Photos Added|
Hi Janice! You're welcome.
I've been going there ever since I started on this site over 3 years ago, and have developed very good working relationships there. From the groundskeepers to the preneed counselors to the front desk receptionists, they are very easy to work with. The guys wave to me when they pass by in their trucks. They know I volunteer at the Family History Library and they know I'm a Findagrave photo volunteer. They appreciate the donuts or bagels I bring occasionally, and the Holiday treats. Their webmaster has added a link from Inglewood's website to Findagrave. One receptionist who lives close by has even come over to a plot location on her day off to visit with me while I was graving. So in answer to your question, no, you do not have to be family to get grave locations from IPC. Oh, and it helps that I am a customer of theirs. I have a crypt in the Sunset Mission Mausoleum!
If you need anything else, just let me know.
|B.J. Waters||Agnes Young|
Hello. In fulfilling your photo request, I noticed the following Youngs buried next to and around Agnes:
Alvin F. Young, Sr.
Dora S. Young
Martin N. Young
William F. Young
Martha E. Young
Anna Marie Young
Amelia Young Bittner
I guess you might say we hit a Young jackpot. I created memorials for all of these and added photos. I hope it helps you. I thought I look an area photo, but I can't find it on my memory card. I will go back and get a view of the area, showing the orientation of each marker. I'll let you know when I've added it.
|The Driggers||RE: Pearl Allumbaugh|
Janice, good to hear from you and you are back to looking for Pearl. Do you know where Robert Houston is buried? That would be best place to start. I have spent a lot of time trying to find Pearl grave and when she died. Plesae keep in touch. Good luck Happy New Years.
|The Driggers||Pearl Allumbaugh|
Janice, since you live in CA, do you know where Pearl A Allumbaugh Miller is buried? I have looked for several years for her and Robert Houston Miller, husband.
Thnnks, I appreciate the Find A Grave for Ernest.
|Darlene||Polly Josephine Moore Cootes|
Polly is the daughter of Luthera (Luthary) Moore Cox who died in 1879, and Hartwell Cox. The Lethey Cox you have listed as Polly's mother is
Hartwell Cox's fourth wife, as I have listed below. Thank you so much for the link to Polly's children. I'm a Moore researcher, but not a descendant. The Moore's are my husband and my descendants line.
Added by Darlene on Oct 01, 2010 4:19 PM
This Lethey Cox is not the daughter of Jacob and Polly Burns Moore. Their daughter was Luthera (Luthary) Moore Cox who was born 15 October 1845 in Pike County, Illinois and died 28 Jan 1879 in Dallas County, Texas. Hartwell Bowling Cox married his second wife Margaret Ann Davis Moore on 17 Aug 1879. Margaret was the widow of John L. Moore (father George Thomas Moore and grandfather was Jacob Moore)who died ca 1876. After her death Hartwell married a third time and then his fourth wife Lethey Cox. The person listed as Lethey Cox would be Hartwell Bowling Cox's fourth wife, Letha "Lethy" Hudson )Hutson). Hartwell married his fourth wife ca 1897. Should be able to find them on the 1900 Census.
Added by Darlene on Sep 30, 2010 10:53 AM
Hi, Rest Haven Memorial Park is in Rockwall, Tx., which is in Rockwall County. You have memorial(s) for Rest Haven in Rockwell, Tx. and in Dallas County. Mistake is understandable county line is close.
|Donna Lyle Alumbaugh||Hallie Allumbaugh|
Hi Janice, isn't Hallie Jack's wife? Have dates if you need them.
Was out taking photo's in Rylie again today(trying to document whole cemetery) came across Mary Ann Cootes headstone shows dates of 1918-1918 (infant?)
|Ed Kosary||RE: Rylie|
Found this great web site that actually helped me find several of the photo request for Rylie, It actually has row and grave numbers listed and were the rows start based on streets outside of cemetery. the site is
hope this helps with your hunting.
|[View all messages...]|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service