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|Dr. Linda R||Betty Jean Alsop Heath Photo Request|
I am willing to help you with this photo request if you could provide a bit more information. Do you know what section of Redwood Memorial Cemetery she might be buried in or a plot number? Did she have a husband that she might be buried next to in the cemetery? The cemetery has over 15,000 graves at the cemetery so it would be helpful to have some additional information then I would work to fulfill your request.
|macso||RE: Dorothy Taylor|
You're very welcome.
Added by macso on Apr 25, 2015 9:42 PM
|Cheryl Hanson||Elda Forbes|
Thank you for letting me know.
|Gene Funk||re: Bonnie Schrader|
Thank you for providing the cemetery information for my aunt Bonnie. I wasn't able to attend her funeral, so I didn't know where she was buried.
Find A Grave# 47995499
|Carolyn Arntson||Amos Althaus|
Wilson D Tower is a space that does not have individual burials and is not able to be photographed. Sorry for my delay in responding. PLEASE let me know anything else I can do to assist you at Wilhelm's Portland Memorial Mausoleum!
Amos Althaus is in Wilson D Tower.
Carolyn Hoober Arntson
|Steve McBride||Hansen link|
Ha! I think you're right. Thanks for catching my goof.
|mark cottrell||Arthur T Luckason|
Thanks for the newspaper articles on Arthur Luckason. I live on the farm that Arthur was born on near Kensett Iowa in 1896 & although I am no relation to him, my grand uncle was a half brother of Arthur. My Great Grandmother married Arthur's father Thomas A Luckason after her first husband died of tuberculosis in 1902. Arthur's uncle Arne Luckason's grandson still lives on the farm across the road from me. I had been told that Arthur's dad Thomas A Luckason had hung himself in the home I live in back in 1907, but found he had died of nephritis on a death record at the Worth County Iowa Courthouse. So the story you sent me about his son Arthur T Luckason hanging himself is probably where that erroneous story came from. Thanks again & have good Easter.
|Jill Merritt||Orrie McDaniel Cline|
Orrie was my brother, so I am very grateful to you for putting him on Find a Grave. Orrie was cremated and his ashes spread at Strawberry Lake, his favorite fishing spot. Because our mother was very sad not to have a place to put out flowers, we had a small stone placed at the head of her and Dad's stone. I have a picture of that, but I don't know how to send it to you (I am very new to being a volunteer.). Let me know if you want the picture. And thank you again.
|Carolyn Arntson||RE: Chisam|
You are SO welcome. IF there is anything more I can do to help you at Wilhelm's Portland Memorial Mausoleum....just holler:)
|Paul Rolfe||Mary Test|
There is one more Test grave in Walnut Hill Cemetery. I created a memorial for him. If you are interested, see #144381701. I do not know the family.
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