|Jason L (#46958884)|
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|Claire Zahn||Cemetery Map of Forest Lawn in Seattle|
I live in Tennessee and I believe my grandfather is buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Seattle, Kings County. I tried to print your map for the information on it so I could call and get his information so I can create a memorial for a request and it is way too small. Would you be so kind as to send a copy to my email? firstname.lastname@example.org . His name is Wilbur (Wilber) Convers/e and he was my mother's father. He was born in 1902 and died in 1970. I only met him once when I was 15.
Thank you so very much,
|Anonymous||James Leonard Alexander II|
Hi Jason, Since James Jr. died at 28 he left only two sons. Uncle Bill(William) who lived and died in Porter County IN and had no children by either wife. My Grandfather Arthur Aden Alexander who is buried in ElDorado MO.was the firstborn of James Jr. You must be a very near cuz! Were you born in Indiana? I was born in LaPorte In and have contact with some family there.
Steve Rohbran is descended from Jane Alexander Boyle sister of James Jr.She went to Kansas after her marriage to Hugh Boyle, a Buffalo Hunter. I have posted many family records on Findagrave and with SLC Utah. I recently took DNA tests with Sorenson Molecular to further identify family origins. This info will be posted eventually with safeguards. Who was your Grandfather/Grandmother? Judith
|Anonymous||James L Alexander|
Hi I have been a little upset with so many dates I filled in and when I rechecked many were changed? Not sure how that happened. I have a photo of both sr and jr and Eliz Mc Affee. Actually James Sr photo is in possession of Steve Rohbran...a tooled leather photo cup. He also has Eliz photo in a similiar cup.
How are you related? I am still trying to protect James Jr, gravesite in Kansas..in a wheat field. Granite on a large pedestal with a footstone as well. Have photo of this stone. Was not working genie for a while!
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