Thanks for the picture and upload for Eugene's marker. Looks like the mowers have encountered it, but at least it's still readable.
Added by KLP on May 20, 2015 5:42 PM
|Sheree Collins||Patrick Heffernan|
Wow! Thank you so much for your efforts in finding this grave. It means so much to those of us who are far away to be able to see even the cemetery. This is great, and very appreciated.
|WalksWithAngels||Patrick Heffernan @ Riverside|
I wanted to give you a head up that the grave for Patrick is Unmarked.
|Vicki Hittson||John Nathan Hittson|
Paul, I want to thank you for sharing the Riverside Cemetery plots of the Hittson family. The bench sitting next to the Hittson memorial was installed in May 2008 when my husband died (George Weir). My ashes will also be interred there. George was very supportive of my lifelong dream of finding my roots and together we would go "tell Jack" whenever our horses were successful at the Denver Stock Show or other events there.
Thank you SO MUCH for looking up and posting the burial info. This reveals that Grace was the child of Wm's 2nd wife Elizabeth, my great aunt. Family letters talked of the baby girl that died, but didn't include the name.
Added by JanW on May 22, 2014 10:47 PM
|Harlene Patterson||Charles F. Elliott grave site|
Thank you very much for the time and effort spent to take and post the photos for my Great Grandfather. It is sad that there is no marker...I know that my mother & her aunt(his daughter) would have gotten one if they had known where he was. His wife is buried in Kansas and the family bought a beautiful gravestone for her in the 1960's.
Thank you agian,
|JanW||RE: Jenness graves in Denver|
I've made the links. Would it be too much to ask you to check the location of Elizabeth Jenness' grave. I had assumed she was buried next to William, but that is apparently not the case. And thank you in advance on any info you can gather on Grace. I've found nothing on-line about either Anna or Grace, so far. Thanks in advance!!! You've gone above and beyond!
Added by JanW on Apr 29, 2014 4:18 PM
Thank you SO MUCH for the photos!! Especially the photo and note about the Baby's grave. My grandmother wrote that Great Aunt Lizzie was buried at Riverside where her baby and husband where buried. Your cemetery plot map excerpt gives me info on his first wife, death in 1898. Now the mystery is about son with 1899 birth year while Lizzie and Wm's marriage record is 1900... Had assumed he was son of 1st wife... Will have to research Grace too... Genealogy is never boring! Thanks again! I'm adding memorials for Anna and
Grace so you might want to claim and add the photo you've already taken...
Added by JanW on Apr 29, 2014 10:14 AM
|Hans Hammer||RE: Kamp Family in Riverside|
Thomas Van Wyk must have been buried elsewhere and moved to Riverside, he is the first husband of Jessie Schriemer Van Wyk Kamp. The baby is the child of Wilhelmina Plomp & John Kamp who lived only one day. James is another son. Most of the other children are still living except the oldest daughter, Clara Kamp Stoel. Still looking for where Wilhelmina's mother is buried - Clara Kappe who died in Denver in 1966 at age 96. Wilhelmina lived to 101.
|Hans Hammer||Kamp Family in Riverside|
Thank you for all the detail and photos. I didn't realize that none of the individuals had tombstones. This helps in piecing together more distant family members. Greetings from Georgia. Hans
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