|Stephen Kronberg (#46985297)|
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I am a descendant of John Parminter and Christian Kronberg (both 1800's immigrants) and am interested in family geneology. Please let me know if you see an error in my work.|
I also enjoy photography where it can document any recordable fact or event, as well as the beauty of nature.
Where possible memorials here should have at least one picture of the headstone, and where known, the location of the plot. This site would not be of much use to anyone if it were not for the people creating memorials beyond their own family. These should be transferred if they are your close ancestors and not mine. Who knows, we may be cousins!
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Thanks so much for the Springer grave photos!
Added by CZNBJL on Sep 23, 2016 11:46 AM
Surprise! I found her while looking for Bernard Allan. They gave you the wrong info for him. The grave nbrs don't go over 100 in any tier.
Thank you so much for the perfect photo of Anne's headstone
Added by Keil on Sep 19, 2016 3:53 PM
|SLGMSD||Glenn H. Holcomb|
Find A Grave Memorial# 113431532
Thanks, Stephen, for the photo of his stone. Appreciate your letting me know his remains had been removed to Acacia.
Added by SLGMSD on Sep 18, 2016 3:06 PM
|CZNBJL||John & Alina Johnson|
Very nice grave photos, Stephen! Thank you!
Added by CZNBJL on Sep 15, 2016 12:25 AM
Wow, that marker had sunk! Bravo to you for locating and uncovering it.
Added by Alice on Sep 14, 2016 9:13 PM
|Brooke ||Lundy, Acacia Memorial Park and Funeral Home|
Thank you for adding the updates provided for the Lundy family. I thought would provide additional source information for you on Arthur Thomas Lundy's birth date (stone says 1906; I provided the 1909 date} to counterbalance the sources you listed:
1. Newspaper notice: "Around the Town," (Innisfail) Province, Jan 1909, p. 1; p. 4.
p. 1. Around the Town
Our old friend "Bill" Lundy is feeling pretty good, thank you, over the advent of a son and heir this week.
p. 4. Born
Lundy - At Innisfail on Thursday, Jan. 7th, 1909, to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lundy, a son.
(no other sons born to William & Agnes Lundy until 1913, and their daughter Jean Caroline was born in 1906, not a son).
2. Entry for William Thomas Lundy, Declarations of Intention, 1932-1934; #14787; U.S. Naturalization Records - Original Documents, 1790-1974; Declarations of Intention; M1540; digital images, Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Ancestry.com (http:ééwww.ancestry.com : accessed 25 Sep 2010)... "Three children: Muriel I., Aug. 20, 1903 ; Dorothy T., July 4, 1905 ; Arthur T., Jan. 7, 1909 ; all born in Canada ; all reside at Seattle, Wash."
3. Age 7 in 1916 census of the Northwest Provinces, Alberta, district 32, sub-district 14, Battle River, p. 9, dwelling 87.
4. Age 10 in 1920 U.S. census, King County, Washington, population schedule, city of Seattle, enumeration district (ED) 3 & 4, sheet 1 B, p. 3401 (written), dwelling 16, family 16
Thank you for providing the pictures and entries on my great-uncle's family.
P.S. Not a "He"
Added by Brooke on Aug 31, 2016 7:49 AM
|G. Lester||Bud Fisher Grave Marker|
Fisher marker looks really nice. Am wondering if his wife, Margaret, had a marker, too?
Thank U Much for Marker Pic-Very Nice! John
Added by JKSXFB on Aug 29, 2016 4:12 AM
|Tami||RE: Lanstad vs Langstead # 63062295|
Hi Stephen -
I have the paperwork for Lanstad - same spelling as you have - and so believe the cemetery has an error on the spelling. There is one more question I would like to ask the cemetery, which I thought of yesterday, and is to see if they have the spelling with Langstead - also. They may have two different listings (spellings) with same grave location. Many of the records were reconstructed after the city took over the cemetery. Very few records existed when the city became caretakers. They have done a great job with reconstructing most of the burials.
But, the paperwork I was given does have the Lanstad spelling. Although the marker reads Langstead.
There is also a Langsted couple, to confuse matters further. I realized later the cemetery guy was talking about the Langsted's vs Lanstad, as found from the grave locations. The Langsted's are different first names from Lanstad/Langstead, so easy to sort them.
I will ask the office a few more questions tomorrow.
Added by Tami on Aug 28, 2016 2:55 PM
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