|Kurt Hess (#47720443)|
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|Susan Mccay||Iry and Cinthelia Taylor's memorials|
Thank you so much for taking the time to take and place the photo's for Iry and Cinthelia Taylor's memorial. I know from experience that sometimes it takes a great deal of hunting to find a persons gravestone. Thanks again. Susan
|john haines||RE: Allens in V/E Cemetery|
Thanks for checking. I was working from burial permit for Jerry. Cremation and sent on to Vacaville family and location is an estimate.
Kurt,thanks for taking the time to look for the Pena family plots sorry no luck but your help is greatly appreciated best wishes. Jim
|Jim C.||RE: Clacks|
Recently there was a cleanup effort made in the older part of this cemetery. When I arrived there this afternoon, the work had been done (tall grass and weeds cut, brush cleared, etc.). This portion of the cemetery is now visually wide open. It is easier to see and get to the various graves. The newer portion of the cemetery has lawns, etc. that are easier to take care of. No, I was not part of the cleanup efforts. Thanks.
Added by Jim C. on Apr 20, 2015 9:47 PM
|Bob Pyle||Leora Rountree|
Thank you for the grave marker photos and the photo of Leora and Charles.
This makes Find a Grave a superior website for people to view the markers and photos of family members.
I have one of Leora with her brother and another with my mother and aunts that I would like to put on. Rearrange the photos in whatever order you see fit.
Added by Bob Pyle on Mar 17, 2015 6:06 AM
|Eileen||RE: Amalia Beguhl|
Hi Kurt, You are right, it looks great, especially with the finishing touch of the headstone photos. Thanks for sticking with it, I appreciate your time and efforts. Eileen
Added by Eileen on Mar 03, 2015 9:57 PM
|Barry Hinman||Cates in Vacaville-Elmira|
Thank you very much for making the changes and links. FYI: 1900 census gives month of birth for Lucinda and John William & Arizona death record gives different day for death of the latter:
In the 1900 census, Maude Cate was living at 123 Marchant St., Vacaville in Solano County. She was born Jan 1862 in Calif., of a father born in Alabama and a mother born in Kentucky. She was wd., mother of 3, two living children. She was canvasser. With her are John, Son, b. Oct 1879 in Calif., of a father born in Arkansas and a mother born in Calif., [?]house man, and Richard, Son, born Sept 1884, same births as John, a student. Also in the household is Martha Miller, niece.
In 1910 Maud Cate is by herself at 617 Fourteenth St., Oakland Ward 4. She is 47 divorced mother of 3, two living, born California, father Alabama, mother Kentucky. She is the keeper of a lodging house.
John William Cate died in Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona on 12 Mar 1915 aged 35, father's name John M. Cate, mother's name Miller ["Arizona, Deaths, 1870-1951," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FLV7-1TL : accessed 7 February 2015), John William Cate, 12 Mar 1915; citing Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona, reference , Department of Library and Archives, Phoenix, Arizona; FHL microfilm 2,114,408.]
|Barry Hinman||Find A Grave Memorial# 133567957|
Lucinda Maud(e) Miller married 26 Jun 1878 in Placer County John Matlock Cate Find A Grave Memorial# 79448595. They had three children, two sons surviving:
1) John William Cate died in Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona on 12 Mar 1915 aged 35, father's name John M. Cate, mother's name Miller Find A Grave Memorial# 133567113;
2) John Matlock Cate and Lucinda Maude Miller were the parents of Richard Scott Cate, born in Sacramento County, California, on 16 Sep 1884 Find A Grave Memorial# 133568045. All three are in Plot: Old section E10.
In the 1900 census the parents are living separately, he saying he is divorcd, she (as was common)saying she was widowed. The two sons are with her. In 1910 she said she was divorced.
|Terri M||Lacey and Mary Neel|
Thank you so much for the photos of their headstones. I really appreciate it.
Added by Terri M on Jan 27, 2015 11:00 AM
Your most welcome Kurt. Yes, it was a lovely day there today and it's a good time of year to get the nice green color in the photograph. I expected to stay 5 minutes and ended up talking to people there and stayed 90 minutes.
FYI, I also talked to the cemetery supervisor about the location, and verified no marker thru the Mendocino County historical society - triple-checked.
Added by Colletta on Jan 08, 2015 12:23 AM
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