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|Samantha||Donald Alfred Bleyle|
Please delete one of the memorials you made for Donald. You have on in a cemetery and you have one as "burial unknown".
Added by Samantha on Sep 19, 2014 7:28 PM
|Robert Uebel||Jersey City Bleyles|
Hi, Dawn. I'm related to the Anton Bleyle family of Jersey City and have some additional information on this family. Bob Uebel
I have looked twice for Donald, and there is no marker for him. He is a veteran and it may be that there has not been a marker placed for him. My only suggestion to you is to find out who was to place a stone or marker for him.
Added by Alexis on Jul 11, 2014 12:53 PM
|Goldrush||Luigi Baptista Malatesta|
Dawn: There are two memorials for him on Find A Grave, the one you put up and another placing him in Holy Cross Cemetery, Colma. Since neither of the memorials have a grave marker to prove his burial, I was wondering how you figured out he is in the Italian Cemetery? I asked the same thing of the other person who put up a memorial, but got no answer.
He was originally buried in SF and must have been moved to Colma after SF closed down all their cemeteries.
Whichever cemetery Luigi is in, then his son Attilio must surely also be there with him since they died together and were buried together. And his wife Antoinetta Figaro also was to be buried with her husband and son when she died in Calaveras Co. so you would expect them to be together and she does have a grave marker.
Added by Goldrush on Jul 03, 2014 6:15 PM
|KEHAHN||Merna Margaret Wilkes Van Druten|
Merna's grandfather, Frederick Wilkes, and my g g grandmother, Frances E Wilkes Day, were siblings. I was wondering if you might have any information on Merna (death, burial, etc).
Thank you for any assistance.
Added by KEHAHN on Jan 28, 2014 8:30 PM
|Ancestral Sleuth||RE: Anna Zimmerman|
Thank you Dawn! Stay Warm!
|Cindy||RE: Sahr Family in NY|
Thanks for making the corrections :-) If there is anything you would like to know about my Sahr family would be happy to share. Cindy
Added by Cindy on May 17, 2013 6:13 AM
|iowahillgal||RE: Richmond Hobson|
Thanks, Dawn. I have added the link to his father.
For future reference, you can change the cemetery for an existing Find A Grave entry by clicking "Edit" next to "Burial:" and then following the prompts.
At one time, the name of the Old Iowa Hill Cemetery was something else, which led people to believe that there was just one cemetery. Your entry was probably created at that time. Since then I have had Find A Grave fix the name and I added some clarifying text to the description. You're not the only person that got confused, but it wasn't your fault!
|Maggie O||RE: Emily Jane Caleb Belson|
glad it was of some use :) enjoy ~maggie
Added by Maggie O on Feb 11, 2013 4:45 PM
|Edward Toy||Beckle-Prospect Lawn|
I added photo's for Beckle
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