|Fern Bray (#47160502)|
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All people want and need a mark in time. As an effort to continue to help people I enjoy the challenge of finding gravesites and knowing this may be the only thing the family will have to remember or know their loved one. As a dedicated co-owner of Remember When I have accepted that challenge wholeheartedly. Growing up in cemeteries as a form of education my family has passed to me, I accept that not everyone will have a movie or even a photograph of their life, this site is an awesome place to make that happen. As a photo volunteer, I post in the light as if that person was "my family". I welcome anyone to email and dialog. Feel free to call or visit our web site anytime and often. Until then, respectfully submitted, Fern|
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Peggy is buried at the Fairmont Mausoleum in Denver - her proper name is Marian Margaret (Peggy) Hair - her maiden name was Monroe. The relationship on find a grave is incorrect - James W Hair (record 106442594) was her husband, not brother. Her parents are Charles and Edna Monroe - also at Fairmont (records 87492378 & 87492371). Appreciate if you could make the corrections. THANK YOU!
Luann (Hair) Erickson (Peggy's daughter)
|Suzy & Rob||RE: Donahue, Florence @ Riverside|
Request made! And thanks!
Thanks for the excellent gravestone photo of Randy Schnicker, as well as the time it took for this difficult upload.
Your findagrave.com friend,
Added by Ed on Nov 11, 2015 2:42 PM
|Bill Macy||RE: Peachey|
Hi Fern - Thanks for the reply. I have been the one sending you all those updates. There are only two out of the parents and family of nine children that I have not found. One being the father. He is in Colorado somewhere so if you run across a Charles Peachey born in about 1878 in New York, he is my guy. Thanks. Bill.
I see you have several Peachey memorials. Are you by chance related? Thanks. Bill.
|Niki Dafoe||RE: Early, Lizzie and Melvin @ Fairmount COLORADO|
Thank you SO much for the beautiful pictures! I truly appreciate it!
|Jim Ottmer||Memorial #46902809|
Thank you for the note back about Janie Camp. I have since checked with the few remaining relatives and no one believes that her first name was Mary. Her record in her father's bible is listed as Jane Sylvania Camp born 4 May 1878 in Platteville, Weld Co., CO. She married Clyde Earl Glockner on 14 Jun 1899 in Arapahoe Co. which is now Denver Co. They had no children. Janie lived long after the death of her husband and never remarried. SHe died 18 Oct 1864 in Brighton, CO.
Her father is memorial 33527057 and her mother is 33527078.
These folk are relatives and I even wrote a short book on them for the family.
Clyde Glockner was born 24 Aug 1875 in UT.
Thank you in advance for the changes. I suspect since they had no children, maybe friends supplied the information incorrectly.
|Jim Ottmer||Mary Jan Glockner|
Memorial #46902809. Thank you for creating this memorial. We have been looking for her grave for several years in and around Brighton where she and her husband lived. I would never have though of looking in Denver.
Would you please add her maiden name of Camp for us. BTW, here name was not Mary Jane but rather Jane "Janie" Sylvania Camp. Headstone has many errors on it. includi9ng birth years....you spend all that $ on a headstone and they screw it up.
Jim Ottmer 47123490
|Steven Weinreich||RE: Lankowitz, Bessie @ Golden Hill|
Fern....thank you for the wonderful photo.
|Debra Pierce Cohig||Memorial# 52551117 Charlie Giles|
Thank you SO much for your photo! I'm his great-great niece.
Question: there's a line on the memorial saying to click for more information, but nothing to click?
If you want to transfer Uncle Charlie to me, I'd be happy to 'take him on'. He was a Denver pioneer, quite the character, and I have a lot of bio info on him. Just wish I had a better photo!
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