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Paul (#47009728)
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Bio Photo Technologist - Genealogist - Paganologist - Historian, Civil War re-enactor. Member of the Center for Military History in the CSMR, California State Military Reserve.
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Connie Saculla
RE: Mark Lane
Your welcome,
Happy New Year to you also,
Added by Connie Saculla on Jan 03, 2015 10:44 AM
RE: J.S. McGee
Yes, he is. The book lists his name and location, but no dates. I suspect his gravestone was damaged over the years and was removed -- but that is only a guess. Perhaps it warrants a call to the cemetery office? I would still be more than happy to photograph the area for you should you discover more specifics.
Added by paws on Sep 24, 2014 12:16 AM
RE: Edmund Creighton
Hi Paul:

Not that I recall. I can tell you I took pictures of all the Creightons I saw, because there was no cell service at the cemetery, so I was going by memory on the requests and all I remembered were the last names. There were two smaller, sunken and illegible stones in front of Mary and George. I can send you the picture if you want.

Added by Donna on Sep 08, 2014 5:54 PM
Jim Davis
Ruth MacQueen
FY - I noticed your photo request and saw that there were two memorials for her. I've asked Find A Grave to merge the two pages - yours had mis-spelled her name and the later page already has a photo. If there's an issue about how to spell her name correctly, that can be noted on the memorial page.
Added by Jim Davis on Sep 04, 2014 8:57 AM
Lillian Schwab, Mt. Olive, Solon OH
I just posted problem notice. Neither the cemetery nor the Jewish Federation has any record of Lillian Schwab in greater Cleveland. Would like to help...have you any name varitions, etc?
Added by jakinley on Aug 15, 2014 2:21 PM
Bernard Johnson
Marian Carr
Very interesting (and surprised) to see Marian Carr listed as Fred Levy's wife, but I see it's true upon research. Just came back from Bay Area and his grave marker is now posted if interested. And yes I wonder if Marian is still alive. I'll have to ask around.
Added by Bernard Johnson on Aug 09, 2014 9:53 PM
RE: for Fannie Israel.
just made the transfer -- thanks for the reminder.
Added by Donna on Jul 11, 2014 7:37 AM
for Fannie Israel.
thank you so much for the info -- are you related? would you like me to transfer her memorial to you?
Added by Donna on Jul 08, 2014 6:38 AM
L. B.
RE: Edits
Thanks again for your help.

Added by L. B. on Jun 29, 2014 6:41 PM
Mary Ellen Hermann
Lenus Gustaf Lillyblad
Charles Edward, Winnie (Winnie) and Harry Gustine were full siblings of Lenus Gustaf's. They were all children of Gustaf's first wife, Annie, who was born in Sweden, who died in 1887. His second wife, Anna, was born in Norway. Half sibblings of Lenus were: Arthur H., Hazel Gustine, Gordon Marion, Russel G. and Marcella.
Added by Mary Ellen Hermann on Jun 21, 2014 4:29 PM
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