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I have been researching family history for a long time and seem to find myself in cemeteries quite often.|
As a mother of small children I find myself with a soft spot for small children, so I submit alot of them. If I have added someone and you would like to take over their memorial please just let me know. Just know that I have done it with love and care. Everyone that I have added has received the same respect and love that I give to my own family.
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I know that some of the baker sons changed their names to knickerbocker. Have you ever heard of this girl by the name of Reubena Knickerbocker. Her father was Simeon Covell Knickerbocker. She married a man by the name of Randolph Conrad.Any information would surely be welcomed. Thank you for your time. Sincerely Peggy Conrad
Added by Peggy on Nov 27, 2016 2:03 PM
|Alana Pizzuto||Historic Florence Cemetery|
I am trying to access the Historic Florence Cemetery in Stanwood, WA and see you posted the picture of my relative's headstone. So I am wondering how you accessed the cemetery because we couldn't get into the gated community without the code to the gate. We were told to contact Gilbertson's Funeral Home for the access code, but they told me they don't have the code. Appreciate any help you can give us. Thank you, Alana Pizzuto
|Tami||Evergreen Cemetery Updates|
Thank you thank you for updating the plot information for the graves at Evergreen Cemetery in Everett! Thank you!
I appreciate all you have done to preserve the history and document graves at Evergreen and various other cemeteries in Snohomish Co.
Added by Tami on Jun 19, 2016 8:48 PM
|Christine Malone||My son's grave|
I found my son's (Ian Malone) grave listed on this website and see that it was added by you. I would like to take over the ownership of this entry, please.
Thank you -
|Marie and Bruce Newell||Ida May Kellogg|
We respectfully request permission to use Ida's cemetery marker photo in our online tree. Ida is the wife to Marie's cousin and the photo will make a great addition.
Thanks for your consideration.
Marie and Bruce Newell
|S.H.A.||Kathrine J Turner|
I believe that Kathrine J Turner is shown on a cemetery inventory (at Everett library) as Mrs J Turner, her husband James, is buried @ 2 rows below the Rucker Mausoleum, in a plot owned by a daughter, Sarah Waldt( Turner), as recorded on Everett 3x5 card. I have a picture of James headstone. This family arrived Everett @ 1893-1894, their youngest son married a relative in my family in Seattle, a minister with an Everett address officiating . This lead put me on a path of discovery about this Everett pioneer family. Another Find a Grave entry on file as Mrs J Turner.
Added by S.H.A. on Jan 20, 2016 10:47 PM
|Carol Zastera Michels||Mary Ellen Jensen|
Thank you for transferring my grand aunt's memorial to me.
|Tami||Block 15 Evergreen in Everett|
Thank you so much for making the edits to the memorials. I have the lot numbers for all of Block 15, and am adding those :) and appreciate all your work in maintaining them!
No hurries on adding the lot numbers. I know thee have been many, and please take your time with them if there are too many at once.
Thanks again for all you do!
Added by Tami on Jun 30, 2015 4:45 PM
Thank you so very much for linking Thomas Northrup to his parents. In the same cemetery it seemed to be a kind thing to do.
Very best wishes, Dorothy Dreher
Added by dd on Jun 13, 2015 7:38 PM
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