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Aguirre (#46899184)
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Bio Photo I am working on the following lines: Aguirre, Hernandez, Prado, Lester, and Hatten.
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Karen Sipe
Alfred A Medina
You are correct. Alfred does not have a headstone
Added by Karen Sipe on Apr 10, 2015 6:54 AM
suzan greene
RE: Tammy Graham Wilson
Glad to be able to help you.
Added by suzan greene on Feb 03, 2015 12:35 PM
Thank you very much...
for your quick response and kind transfer of Marķa's memorial over to my care...Happy Holidays & Happy New Year!
Added by ChaseCreekKid on Dec 19, 2013 1:34 AM
L. Finley
Lawrence Madrid Figueroa

Thank you for sending the bio for Lawrence (Lorenzo). I have added it to his memorial, however, I deleted your sentence about it being the it "being the worst disaster in the state of Utah at that time", as it was incorrect. There had already been two disasters in Carbon County with a far greater number of victims (the Winter Quarters mine disaster at Scofield , May 1, 1900 killed at least 200 miners, some put the death rate as high as 246 & the Castle Gate Mine Disaster on March 8, 1924 killed 171 miners plus one of the rescuers).

I also added his death certificate and funeral notice.

Thanks again for your help,
Added by L. Finley on Oct 17, 2013 6:53 PM
Steve Howe
RE: Ruby Lee Burch
You are welcome!
Added by Steve Howe on Oct 16, 2013 5:44 PM
Julia Cruz
Stephen Monroe Aguirre
I found the gravestone for Stephen Aguirre and uploaded the photo. Some of the letters are gone, but there was enough there to tell who it was by the remaining letters and the dates. Memorial#112599755
Added by Julia Cruz on Aug 02, 2013 12:28 AM
Carl and Judi
RE: Lorenzo B Figueroa
You're quite welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by Carl and Judi on Jun 28, 2013 4:59 PM
Julia Cruz
RE: Stephen M Aguirre
I think that the body was put in the receiving vault temporarily until it was buried in the grave. Do you have the number for Stephen E. Aguirre? It is # 104550044. I asked them to make a link to his father.
Added by Julia Cruz on Jun 27, 2013 11:03 PM
Julia Cruz
RE: Stephen M Aguirre
I was taking pictures at Concordia cemetery today. I haven't found Stephen Aguirre yet, but I'll keep looking. I read in some obituaries that the body was put in the receiving vault, so I looked it up. Here's what it said - " A receiving vault was an underground crypt or above-ground building built within a cemetery, with the purpose of storing the bodies of deceased persons in winter months when the ground is too frozen to dig a permanent grave." Also, the Masonic section of the cemetery, was a section that I believe was purchased by the Masonic Lodge as a place to bury members of that organization, which was very active in the community at that time. I found another reference to Stephen M. Aguirre at this website:
It says he was the postmaster for Fabens in 1914. Do you think that was him?
Added by Julia Cruz on Jun 27, 2013 2:33 PM
Julia Cruz
Stephen M. Aguirre
Thanks so much for the information about Stephen Aguirre. I have added it to the memorial. I plan to go to Concordia soon to hopefully find his grave and get a photo. I got his name from a database of Concordia burials in the Masonic Section.
Added by Julia Cruz on Jun 23, 2013 1:30 AM
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