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Pamela Owens (#47371970)
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Debbie Klotsche
James William Hoover
Where did you find his death certificate? Debbie
Added by Debbie Klotsche on Jan 23, 2016 1:06 PM
RE: Agnes HInch
Is John Hinch the father?
Added by JULIAN WALL on Jul 02, 2015 2:47 PM
Stephanie Newbern
Ella Raff #123998174
Hi Pam, Just came across your memorial for Ella Raff and thought I would give you some info on he and correct where she is buried.
Luella Bernice Clark Raff was born 28 Oct 1865 to Benjamin Fletcher Delay Clark and Eleanor Ann Powell in Allamakee County, Iowa. She died on the homestead, she and Joseph Simon Raff were working in Hanover, El Paso, Colorado. She is buried in the Chico Basin Cemetery in Hanover. Actually, she was the first person buried in that cemetery. She married Joe Raff on 24 Dec 1890 in Taylor County, Iowa. Joe was born on 20 Oct 1867 in Fanning City, Iowa and died on 27 Mar 1940 in Grand Junction, Mesa, Colorado from a self inflicted gun shot to the head. Ella's parents were Benjamin Fletcher Delay Clark born 22 Feb 1826 in Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee and died 23 Jun 1899 in New Market, Taylor, Iowa and Eleanor Ann Powell born 29 Oct 1829 in Ohio and died 5 Aug 1893 in New Market, Taylor, Iowa. Ella and Joe had four children: Elma Sidney Raff Gray born 1891 in Iowa and died 1951 in Grand Junction, Mesa, Colorado. Benjamin M Raff born 1893 Iowa and died Jul 1905 on the trail in Idaho but buried in Iowa. Elba Bernice Raff Taylor born 1898 in Iowa and died 1984 in Colorado Springs, El Paso, Colorado. Joseph Hershel Raff born 1900 in Iowa and died in 1968 in Grand Junction, Mesa, Colorado. I do not want the memorial switched to me just thought I would give you some info if you want to add it to the bio. I have been researching for some time and I always like the extra info some leave with the memorial, as it sure is helpful. Thanks for all you do for Find A Grave and researchers like me.

Respectfully, Stephanie
Added by Stephanie Newbern on Apr 13, 2015 3:07 PM
KE Tuttle
RE: Infant Spurlock
Yes Pam...It is Franklin Clement Spurlock, his wife Helen (Hyiatt); sons, Clement Adrian, Homer and Clyde Spurlock.

They were the ones who homesteaded in the Pueblo area but in this shot, they were at Frank's mother and dad's homestead in (we thought Masonville...but it is supposed to be) Bellvue Colorado in about 1923. (Clyde was born in 1920 but was riding by age 3.)

Franks dad was John Spurlock.
Added by KE Tuttle on Mar 17, 2015 2:44 PM
Grave Recorder
Hi. Thanks for leaving the flower for Mary Kozel in Bohemian National Cemetery. Sadly the information you posted with the flower (which is not allowed there) is not correct. That information is for someone else. I have already found the correct information and posted it on her memorial. Could you please remove it? Thank you.

Added by Grave Recorder on Mar 07, 2015 8:50 PM
Roy Lindsey
Roy, Excellent job of gathering information. If you could alter your data to show that he is buried at Fairview Cemetery in Fountain, not Evergreen Cemetery, I will delete the brief posting for him that I have on that site.

Sorry for the late reply.
Combined # 47614455 and 61032329
Added by Roy Lindsey on Dec 03, 2013 7:55 AM
Meridee D Dunn
RE: Warren
And, NO, Pam... I didn't know about the Fountain Colorado Blogspot. Thank you so much for including the link in your message to me! I live a long way from Colorado and while it has always been my hope and dream to visit the places where my ancestors lived it has never been possible for me to do so and it is very unlikely I'll ever be able to do so in the future. Thanks to you and other contributors to Find-A-Grave I can at least visit the graves of my ancestors via the internet.

Meridee D Dunn
Added by Meridee D Dunn on Jul 08, 2013 3:02 PM
Meridee D Dunn
RE: Warren
Pam - In respects to Marshall D Warren's grave entry I updated his grave entry today to include bio information about him from my own research work. Thank you so very much for the transfer. I am also going to apply for a replacement headstone for his grave through the veterans in my having documentation he was a Civil War Veteran. I also linked his grave entry to those of his parents.

I have a good number of ancestors who are buried in the Fairview Cemetery in Fountain. If their surnames are Corbin, Hutchin, Fitch or Warren they are most certainly relatives of mine.

Meridee D Dunn
Added by Meridee D Dunn on Jul 08, 2013 2:49 PM
Meridee D Dunn
Thank you for the transfer of the Warren grave in Fountain, Colorado. I am making inquiry for a replacement headstone for his grave in that he was a Civil War Veteran. May I use your photo as documentation in the application for proof his grave is no longer marked in his headstone having been shattered?

Thank you, Pam..

Meridee D Dunn
Added by Meridee D Dunn on Jul 07, 2013 9:22 AM
Roy Lindsey
RE: Kleckner
Thanks Pam
I have corrected Capt. Klekner and his wife Sarrah Sherrod.

Roy Lindsey
Added by Roy Lindsey on Feb 15, 2013 1:15 PM
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