|Susan Hester (#47351892)|
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|Keri||RE: Kriz not Kritz|
I see now. However, that family link was added by the maker of the memorial for Callie, not me. You can't add children on a memorial--only parents and spouses.
Added by Keri on Jul 06, 2014 4:30 AM
I'm sorry, I don't know what memorials you are talking about?
Added by Keri on Jul 04, 2014 4:10 PM
|Sandra Elizabeth Miller||RE: Rosemary Budd Stevens|
How nice to hear from someone who knew Rose. I still hear from her daughter, Cathy Tessnow, who lives with her husband, Rudy, and two children, Travis and Ashley, who are both in college now. They live in Park City, Utah. I knew Jennifer, the smooth haired fox terrier, very well, but I had no idea she was named after Bob's mother! As I said, we learn a lot while working on Find a Grave!
We were all in a state of shock over Rose's death. It does give one a feeling of doing something in response to life's unhappy events to be able to create Memorials for people on Find a Grave. Almost all of my entries are family members, but I do enter others if I have information about them, such as an obituary in my files. I am the family historian for our Miller family and related branches. If you would like to correspond further about Rose, here is my email: email@example.com.
|Sandra Elizabeth Miller||Rosemary Budd Stevens|
In regard to the message left by RWY:
The two Stevens, Edward A. and Jennie, are probably Rosemary's former in-laws. I have gone through all the engagement/wedding clippings I have on this topic, and I can only say that Edward A. Stevens is listed as the father of Rose's former husband, Robert Stevens. I can't document Jennie as Edward's wife (everything I have refers to Bob's parents as "Mr.and Mrs. Edward A. Stevens" - with no first name given for Mrs. Stevens). All of Rose's immediate family, including her parents, are now listed on Rose's Memorial page. Budd is her maiden name.
Rose is a best friend from high school and college(MSU). I was her maid of honor in her wedding on MSU's campus. We are both natives of South Bend, IN. Her married life took her to San Antonio. She was planning to return to South Bend when she died. I had no idea she was buried with her former in-laws (they were originally from Iowa. I think), but isn't it true that you make many discoveries when you work to include people on Find a Grave? I am pleased that she is not buried alone! By the way, where do these lovely moving floral tributes come from?? They are beautiful - this is the second one I have seen.
Sandra Elizabeth Miller
I completed your photo request of Rosemary Stevens. Next to her in the same lot, in spaces 1 and 2, are Edward A. Stevens and Jennie E. Stevens. I did a cursory computer check and could not attach them together, but from the dates of birth my bet is they are Rosemary's parents. There were no memorials for them so I created them under #s 129860784 and 129860811. If you want them let me know and I will transfer them to you.
Added by rwy on May 15, 2014 9:30 PM
I completed your James Mack photo request. With him was Paula J. Mack, his wife. There is no date of death on the marker for her. A check of the FamilySearch website indicated she died on 15 Feb 87, In Bexar County. There was no memorial for her so I created one and linked it to James. If you would like me to transfer the Paula memorial to you I will be happy to. Just let me know. Also, James' son Charles H and wife Sallie A. Mack are buried in the same plot. I uploaded photos of their markers to the appropriate memorial.
Added by rwy on Aug 01, 2013 4:20 PM
|rwy||James Edward Mack|
It looks like James' son Charles Hanford Mack and his wife Sallie Reed Mack are also in Sunset. I don't know if they are together. Do you want them also?
Added by rwy on Jul 25, 2013 4:31 PM
|Steve||RE: Claude Barneburg|
Hi Susan, I Found Him !! When You Drive In The Gate, Go About 50 Feet And You Will See Some Henderson Stones On The Left. Go Back About 8 Rows And You'll See A Cedar Tree With A Cement Border Next To It. To The Left Of That Tree Are The Barneburg Graves. Claude Is The 4th Stone To The Left Of The Tree. The Only Other Barneburg I Saw Was Doris Weidenfeld Barneburg. She Is In The Front Part Of The Cemetery, About 16 Rows From The Entrance Gate And About 4 Graves From The Fence. Hope That Helps.
Added by Steve on Nov 27, 2012 11:37 AM
|LKat||Dick St. John|
You are welcome for the photo, happy to help.
Added by LKat on Nov 27, 2012 4:06 AM
|Owl63||RE: Ronald White|
I decided to post the annotated photo of his burial plot to clear the photo request. If you wish me to remove the posted photo let me know.
Added by Owl63 on Nov 23, 2012 3:56 PM
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