|Linda Mulhall (#46799202)|
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I'm a native San Franciscan. I am researching several branches of my family including: O'Kelly/Kelly/Kelley, Field/Stack, Broder/Morgan/Herlihy, Studarus/Hanlon, Mulhall/Vehstedt/DailySheridan. Locations: primarily Switzerland, Ireland, California, Washington, New York, New Jersey. Time periods: California Goldrush to present. Keeps me out of trouble...mostly.|
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|Bobs your Uncle||William B. Alexander|
Just wanted to let you know that I volunteer for the Sacramento City Cemetery. I am helping them with a project to get the records onto a searchable online database. The office & archive hours are limited to Mon, Tue & Fridays from 10AM to 3PM. However, I do have scans of the burial books that show the plot charts. I will be happy to email you the page that William Alexander is on if you like. There is no headstone according to the index, but at least you would know the exact location of his grave-site and be able to photograph it. You can also put the page or crop out the lot to place on the memorial.
I you ever take other requests and need a page or two let me know! It's no trouble to send you the page so you don't have such a search.
|Bobs your Uncle||RE: Tonie Alsobrook|
There is a Rosston in Cooke County. Ancestry left out an 's' I guess. Thank you again!
|Alice||RE: John Sullivan|
You are welcome. I feel the same way.
Added by Alice on Oct 07, 2013 12:15 PM
|Treasure Hunter||RE: Harry Storem|
Surprise!! I received both of them this afternoon. I am so excited to personalize them and connect them all.
|Treasure Hunter||RE: Harry Storem|
ya I saw the other memorial, (asked for transfer but appears the contributor is inactive)
Your memorial is perfectly within the "findagrave rules" (that I do not fully agree with but will follow) it is called a "centograph"..."A cenotaph is an "empty tomb" or a monument erected in honor of a person or group of people whose remains are elsewhere." I will put a note linking this memorial to the actual resting place. But I feel centograph's are just as, if not more important as the actual place where the "remains" are. I thank you again for creating this memorial. Honestly if I had not found yours first I would not have known where to start looking in the first place. My great grandpa died almost 50 yrs before I was born all I have now is "stories" of him and they are passed down through generation to generation. no one that is still alive, knows anything about him personally. Thanks again and have a great day.
|Treasure Hunter||Harry Storem|
Thank you very much for the transfer of my great grandfather who was killed in the line of duty as a police officer, before I was born. Again thank you and thank you for all you do for the findagrave community. Happy Hunting
|TROY "THE MANN" HOUGHTALING SR||RE: Lewis Blair|
Thank you just trying to help a relation. They had a story in are paper tonight and they believe he is buried here in Centralia Washington at the Mt. View Cemetery. They can not find his head stone and think someone stole it for a souvenir cause his death. Troy
|TROY "THE MANN" HOUGHTALING SR||Lewis Blair|
Good day, I noticed that you have on your list a man (Lewis Blair) that was a Centralia Washington Police Officer. He was killed in 1913. By chance do you know where is grave is. A few people are looking for it. Thanks Troy
|Kathy Salazar||Mildred Westlake photo request|
Buried next to H. Lee Westlake memorial # 85545835
|Dorothy Oksner||RE: Walter Kenneth Huff|
You are welcome.
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