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Was looking for a Margaret and John Verginski, and called the cemetery office for Calvary Cemetery. They said they had Verjinski's. I figured it was an office error, but I found the page you made and the photo you added. There is was clear as can be, Verjinski. One more child found of a very large family!
Added by Judy H on Aug 24, 2015 9:12 AM
|Linda Moore Mora||Mt. Hope in Franklin TN|
Thanks for all the detail you post on Find A Grave. I am doing photos of the markers and it makes it so much easier when I don't have to have you edit dates and other info.
|Judith W. (Family Finder)||Rachel Kerr Laird updates|
Thank you for updating the memorial for Rachel Kerr Laird. I appreciate your help!
|Huffman, Ervin Wesley Jr. "Sonny"||Catton|
|Huffman, Ervin Wesley Jr. "Sonny"||RE: Earl and Hannelore Catton|
My grandma lived on Harvard in Peoria. Next door was my grandma's sister and next door to them was the Catton's. They were actually like family because I was always over there and they would come and sit and talk all the time at my aunt's and grandma's. When Lori (Hannelore) passed, I have her organ that was in the house. I am an organist for St Vincent de Paul in Peoria and I also play funerals at the Mausoleum. Springdale Cemetery was where Earl was entombed at first, however, poor management for years led to disrepair. The place was a mess. Howard, their son (now in the mausoleum also from a heart attack) decided to have his dad removed and both of them put in Res. Mausoleum. I am there all the time but I have never taken a picture. I will make it a point to take one for you soon. It isn't that far from my house. Mrs. Catton was a typical German, very immaculate in housekeeping. Mr. Catton loved to work on cars in his driveway. He made a sharp race car in the 60's but somebody actually stole the car and they never did find it. My mom's brother is only 5 years older than me and Howard and Mike, the boys were his closest friends growing up. I always got to tag along because I practically lived with my grandma.
|Huffman, Ervin Wesley Jr. "Sonny"||Earl Catton|
Earl Catton is not in Springdale Mausoleum. He is with his wife in Resurection Mausoleum in Peoria.
Please change this information. I have notified Find a Grave also because nobody will ever be able to find our family like this.
Earl was originally placed in Springdale, however, because of the disrepair of the place, he was moved when his wife died.
Let me know if you have further questions.
|William Brady||Alice BRADY Stapleton|
Thanks so much for finding my ancestor and creating such a wonderful memorial for her and her husband.
|Helen Nichols Murphy Battleson||Transfer of Grave of my gr-grandfather|
Thank you for all your hard work of recording these gravesites.
Would you consider transferring this site to me, I a contributor.
Nicholas Joseph White is my great grandfather, he was actually born in 1862 and died in 1924.
Helen = Contributor #47460501
|pat werthman deyoe radtke||Cemetery changes|
Thank you and God Bless you for all of your work!
|Ellen (Hinman) Dimond||Calvary Cemetery, Wisconsin Rapids, WI|
Barb, I would like to thank you for all your hard work with the memorials for Calvary Cemetery. I have many, many ancestors in this cemetery. Thank you for taking good care of them.
Ellen (Hinman) Dimond
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