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Thank you! It looks nice on the memorials! Pam
|Leonie Prince||re graves at Avenel cemetery|
i have found a very large grave for your Melbourne family request at the Avenel cemetery but it doesnt have all the names you are after. But i believe it is the correct plot. Cemetery is only small.
I did also find 2 other Melbourne family graves.
They are for Hannah M Melbourne,died 14/2/1978 and James Melbourne died 23/12/1973. If these are your relatives i would be happy you send you the pictures.
|Suzy & Rob||Oscar Macy|
Hi! I just added tombstone photos to Oscar Macy's memorial. I didn't know you had a photo request on the page. Anyway, the photos were NOT taken at Rosedale. It appears he is buried with his family at Evergreen. I am going to send a note to the memorial manager of his memorial to ask that he be moved to Evergreen but wanted to let you know, also.
Thank you for adding the bio to Leonard's Memorial and for the generosity to transfer the memorial to me.
|FamleLady||RE:15622710, H M Hook|
I think this grave site should be on the Famous Persons for Find a Grave. Will you send it for nomination?
I have a little bit of information for my great great great grandmother, she was part of the Willie handcart company with the Mormons who traveled to the Salt Lake Valley in 1856.
|Anne Philbrick||Henry Weber|
Henry was born in Green Garden, Will, Illinois. There's not an option for that on Find a Grave. Also, it's extremely likely that his headstone is in error, as his census records give his age as 3 and 13 in 1870 and 1880, respectively. I think his birth year was 1867, but it's your call. Also, I still haven't been able to track down his young widow Anna yet. She presumably remarried. Thanks!
|Randy Higley||Olivia Larsen West Memorial# 18837361|
I am a descendant of Olivia's father Lars Larsen through Olivia's half-sister. I was wondering if you had any information on Olivia's mother, Anna Christina Jensen, also known as Christina Marie Jensen. My family records show that my great-great-great grandmother was different than Olivia's but there are similarities in their basic information including neither of them have a known date of death or where.
|MidwestMom||Luther Van Doren|
I didn't receive a response from you about Luther Van Doren, but I went with my hunch. I believe I am correct that he never returned from the Civil War. I found a marker for him exactly where I thought it might be.
He is memorialized in the Civil War area in South Side Cemetery. The markers there are for the lost soldiers, and memorialized by the G.A.R. with a big statue. I'm glad his marker has been found, even though he is not buried there. Pam
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