|Lisa Gerald (#47005408)|
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Please also feel free to add more photos to the memorials - portraits, snapshots, etc. If you need more photo slots just let me know; if you have a better gravestone picture I'm fine with deleting mine.
And here's a standing "Thank you" to the usual suspects, for sending corrections, links & additional info for the local memorials; I know your work is impeccable!
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Primary focus is documenting West Aurora Cemetery. Nearly all marked graves now have photos posted; a few fallen, broken, and overgrown stones still need to be identified and photographed. (About half of the documented burials are known to be unmarked.) Please check out the "unknowns" if you are missing a family member who you think might be buried at West Aurora!
Currently trying to merge duplicate memorials at West Aurora. If you see any that have been missed, please post below.
Note: The burial record transcript for West Aurora is incomplete, particularly for earlier decades, and has no entries at all from mid October 1883 to late May 1884.
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|Leona Zimmer||Louis Zimmer|
First of all thank you from the bottom of my heart for all you've done in your spare time! It's priceless to say the least. Thank you!
The info about Louis R Zimmer came from the County of San Bernardino Calif. Cert spelling is Lewis ( error I believe). Louis was divorced, birth June 13, 1876., Illinois. Occupation: Detective. Father John Zimmer and Ella Reese ( Breese) mother. Place od death: Patton, CA. Length of stay was, 18 yrs. 7 mos. 18 days. Patton State Hospital, Patton, CA. Hist. No 21345. Los Angeles CA. Cause was pneumonia. Autopsy was done by J. Roos, MD.
Thank You Leona Zimmer
1-503-396-6017, Rainier OR
Thanks for the addition to her memorial. Do you know where Mr. Breese is buried?
Added by Gail K on Jan 12, 2016 6:33 PM
Thank you for the additional info on George Gaschott, appreciate it very much!
Added by Fawn on Dec 20, 2015 9:37 AM
|J Gosda||RE: Isaac Van Fleet|
duh thank you. I realized this later in the day. whoops! thanks for the response though.
Added by J Gosda on Nov 16, 2015 1:14 PM
Thanks for the Information but I already found what you have,I was hoping someone lived close enough to take a photo of her tombstone.
|JACQUELINE COOK||FANNA SMITH|
THANK YOU SO MUCH LISA FOR THE PHOTOS OF FANNA AND WILLIAM A. SMITH. THEY CAME AT A SPECIAL TIME FOR ME AS I JUST CAME HOME FROM THE HOSPITAL AFTER HAVE A STROKE....AM HEALING WELL AND A COMPLETE RECOVERY IS HOPED FOR. I APPRECIATE YOUR HELP.
|Cynthia Buse||Re: MOSTOW FAMILY|
I wish to thank you for all the family information you posted about the Mostow family. They are related to me on the ERWIN side of my mother's family. The information was a great help in filling in the blanks that I may have not found through searching!
|JasonW||RE: Pattermans at Marywood|
Thank. I always find it interresting to see what gets reported. Dorothy was actually born in Staebelow, Germany. Holldorf was her maiden name. She had three sons out of wedlock in Germany, John, Henry and Fred. I received a rather extensive genealogy from one of Fred's decendants several years ago.
I'm not sure why the headstone was never engraved with her date of death, unless she was actually buried elsewhere in the cemetery.
Added by JasonW on Sep 14, 2015 8:18 AM
|Vicky||John Nicholas Higer|
I just want to say thank you for all your hard work and time . The Hilger family is related to my husband , Vicky
Added by Vicky on Sep 02, 2015 11:54 AM
Thanks for trying!!
Added by LJBC on Aug 28, 2015 3:28 PM
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