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|Thanks to all the dedicated people who have made suggestions, added photographs or portraits to the memorials, and who care enough to go the extra mile to help make the memorials I maintain as accurate as possible. I may not always have the time to thank you individually, but I do appreciate corrections or additional information. I will always try to make changes as quickly as possible. |
Please use the Edit tab to request changes, corrections, links to relatives, or to request a transfer. I am happy to transfer if you are a direct relation (4 generations) of someone whose memorial I maintain, unless I am also a descendant. Please state how you are related when requesting a transfer.
Please feel free to use any photographs that I have taken for genealogical purposes.
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|Ryan D. Curtis||RE: Donine Ethel Angus, Memorial 175576|
Interesting. The parents must have had her moved to Valley View at a later date, because I don't think that cemetery even existed until the mid '50s. Thanks for the transfer.
|Auntie Pam||RE: Donine Ethel Angus, Memorial 175576|
No problem. Glad to help sort things out.
|L. Finley||RE: Moriyama edits- Price City Cemetery|
Wattis, as well as several other 'camp' towns were still active towns when I was growing up. My ex-husband lived in Hiawatha until he was about 10. It was sad to see the coal companies basically just obliterate these towns. We used to pick pine nuts off the pinion trees up near Wattis each year :)
Have a great weekend,
|L. Finley||Moriyama edits- Price City Cemetery|
Thanks for all the info and edits for the Moriyama's in Price City Cemetery, I always appreciate all your help in documenting the Japanese families :)
Just to let you know, I know Spring Canyon (Rains, Latuda, Storrs etc) VERY well :) My great-grandfather, George Storrs, opened up the first mine/town there for Jesse Knight, which was then named Storrs in his honor. Then my father owned a good part of Spring Canyon for most of my lifetime. As a little girl, I remember going into the remaining homes that were still standing in some of the camps, and Standardville/Storrs, still had a number of people living there when I was a teenager :)
Take care, and enjoy the holiday weekend!
|Anonymous||RE: Emma Locke|
Thank you Brenda.
I have sent a message of correction on to #89587212. (Laurie Reeves).
I don't know if we are distantly related or not.
Emma Eliza Thorogood Locke was my great-grandfather's younger sister. I don't know who Philip L. Thorogood is. Her father was Philip Smih Thorogood and her mother was Sarah Jones Thorogood, they are buried near Emma Locke but I think they are in unmarked graves. Sarah died in 1889 and Philip S. Thorogood died in 1890.
My great grandfather was Thomas John Thorogood, born in 1860 and died in 1913. He is buried in Bryn Mawr, Lower Merion Twp., Pennsylvania.
|M. C. Best - Willie||Transferring the Strongs would be great.|
Transferring the Strongs would be great. We have a Strong Family Organization.
Florie Fullmer (#47603521) or myself Michelle Claire Best Willie (#48206502) both work on Strong genealogy.
I will take all the Bests you will give me. Best is my maiden name and I know all about my Grandpa Brothers and Sisters. Florie does not know how to use findgrave very well you could send all the Strongs to me, if you want.
|M. C. Best - Willie||Ettie Irene Strong Best Find A Grave Memorial# 68545668. Thank you this is my Great Grandmother.|
Thank you this is my Great Grandmother. Ettie Irene Strong Best Find A Grave Memorial# 68545668
|Dolores Lynch||Virgil Fillmore Lathrop|
Virgil Fillmore Lathrop was the brother of my grandmother, Nellie Lathrop. Their parents were Francis Marion Lathrop and Sarah Catherine Fritts.
|David Mower||Arthur William Salt|
Sorry, I wasn't as careful as I should have been concerning the obituary source.
The obituary for Arthur William Salt, # 143734006, was published in the Deseret News on November 10, 1993 and in the Salt Lake Tribune on November 11, 1993.
Here's the link to the obituary I found: http://www.deseretnews.com/article/319908/DEATH--ARTHUR-WILLIAM-SALT.html?pg=all.
The information I gave you earlier was for Arthur William's son, whose name is Ronald Arthur.
Sorry for the mixup.
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