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Pat R (#46977706)
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Hi Everyone

Sometimes a cemetery piques my interest and if it's small enough and I have enough time I will try to take headstone photos of all the headstones there or as many as I am able to.

Sept 8, 2013 -- St Gertrude's Cemetery, Lebanon, PA. This is my very special project. As of this date every name on every headstone has a memorial posted along with photos of all the headstones. There are also memorials posted for people buried here who have no headstone.

I am in the area of the Wickenburg Municipal Cemetery in Arizona if anyone needs help there. Around 2005 it was photographed in its entirety and is kept pretty well up to date. I can do look ups in the Wickenburg Sun 1950 to current. I believe it's online starting with 2004.

Pat R
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Family Tree Climber
RE: Philip Flamm #169081973
Thank you for information -- I've added it to Anna's memorial for explanation.
Added by Family Tree Climber on Aug 30, 2016 8:22 AM
Jerry & Beth
Joseph William Lutz
I see you added a Memorial page for Joseph William Lutz. I was at the Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery taking photos for others and saw this stone. It looked military in nature to me so I took a photo and added him. Then I came across yours for Pima County instead of Maricopa County.

Find A Grave Memorial# 169013537

Let me know if you want me to remove mine. I also have the death certificate from Az if you would like it.

Added by Jerry & Beth on Aug 27, 2016 8:09 PM
Louie Walters
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 162622852

HI Pat

Let me know if you want a copy of my excel spreadsheet file concerning data on Ajo related deaths.

Contact me at


Louie Walters
Added by Louie Walters on Aug 13, 2016 1:15 PM
Louie Walters
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 162622852
Warlick Odell Dollar 7/4/1925 – 12/18/1998 “Peso”
Wife: Dorothy D. Dollar 1/28/1929 – 7/16/2005
Father: Travis Odell Dollar 5/24/1897 – 1/1/1987 “Pappy”
Mother: Annalee Young Dollar 1899/1900 – 8/8/1968
Brother: John L Dollar abt. 1924 – before 1999
Brother: Wyman Dollar living 1999
Brother Crawford Duane Dollar 1926 – 1982 “C.D.” (wife Frances)
Sister: Glenna Lee Dollar Bacon 11/17/1921 – 10/22/1999 (husband Barney)
Sister: Geneeta Allen living 1999 (husband Robert)
Half-Sister: Geneva Vandiver ? – living 1998

My email is
Added by Louie Walters on Aug 09, 2016 4:00 PM
Louie Walters
Find A Grave Memorial# 162622852
HI Pat

Geneva Dollar Vandiver's step-mother
Annalee Dollar died on August 8, 1968 and was buried in Ajo, AZ on August 10, 1968.

find A Grave Memorial# 162622852 for Geneva and the one you receently posted for Annalee
Find A Grave Memorial# 162600562 in May of this year.

Also see Find A Grave Memorial# 32342263 for her sister's Glenna Dollar Bacon's obituary in 1999 in which Geneva VAndiver is listed as a survivor.

"Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Johnny and Pat Bacon, Harrah; daughters and sons-in-law, Anna Beth Winters, Harrah, Lyneeta and Jim Lady, Claremore, and Elaine and Terry Hightower, Midwest City; sisters, Geneeta Allen, Page, Ariz., and Geneva Vandiver, Silver City, N.M.; brother, Wyman Dollar, Colorado Springs, Colo.; eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and many other relatives and friends."
Added by Louie Walters on Aug 07, 2016 2:41 PM
David G. McNabb

Thank you so very much for the pictures for David's memorial. You are appreciated!

Added by Sharla on Aug 05, 2016 1:43 PM
sherri schaefer bagby
Thank you for creating and processing updates for Goeglein family memorials !

Added by sherri schaefer bagby on Jul 28, 2016 9:36 AM
RE: John Martalus
That's a tough one to answer. Technically they both are cenotaph's I guess since his body was not recovered.
Added by Frogman on Jul 23, 2016 6:36 AM
RE: Barbara Smith
I do appreciate your offer of assistance. As I've said, I'm pretty much a novice at this, and I'm not sure Eric Willson is any more skilled than I am. I am traveling in northern Michigan for a few days, so I don't have access to all my stuff. I'm on an iPad at the moment-the rest is on my desktop at home. I don't have a laptop 😕. And yes, why did they pick Smith as a surname? Running into the brick wall it constantly presents is beginning to hurt my head!! Watch your email!!
Added by Anonymous on Jul 14, 2016 3:03 PM
RE: Barbara Smith
Hi Pat,
This has been quite a few days! I have even spoken with Eric! We swapped info, and he is also intrigued with the Smith mystery. After we talked, he apparently spent some time searching, himself. I took the couple of possibilities he shared with me to my friend's yesterday. She is also researching her ancestry. We looked at the info for Michael Smith and a W. J. Smith, who is the individual that gave the info for the death certificate. Maybe they were brothers? If you are interested in seeing the stuff I have for yourself, I can share it via your email if you like. Otherwise, I'll keep plugging away, bit by bit.
Added by Anonymous on Jul 13, 2016 5:25 PM
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