|Bernard Johnson (#575)|
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Resident of Southern California. Native of San Francisco Bay Area. Enjoy searching for notable gravesites and those of interest to me.|
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|Peter Green||RE: Fichter|
Yes you can use the picture. Sorry I thought I had answered this. Had taken a vacation from Find A GRave.
Bill was my former employer. I am now retired and am working on ambulance history for the whole state. Trying to get the former owners, managers and others on Find A Grave.
|B.J. Waters||Ruth Crouthamel|
Hi Bernard! I found info on Ruth on the CADI which indicates her maiden name was actually Hiestand. But it shows her middle name as simply Muriel. Do you know if maybe the Geiger surname was from a previous marriage?
Fixed it....how did you happen on that? J
|B.J. Waters||Justina Vulin|
Hi Bernard. I would have claimed your photo request, but Jeff got to it first. Maybe next time!
Keep in touch.
|José L Bernabé Tronchoni||Alexis Mdivani|
Hi. I'll look in the newspapers and he was buried in Cementeri de Palamós, Girona in a humble niche. Maybe later he was moved to osarium or taken by his family. He died in a road in Torroella de Montgrí, Girona. I've updated the memorial. Best regards.
|Squeak||RE: Connolly, Saint Joseph's Cemetery, San Pablo|
Yes, actually, I do remember their location. They are in the same section as my great-grandparents, because after I decorated their graves, I decided to take photos of their entire section. They are in Section J. I believe they are facing away from the big mausoleum on the hill (aka you cannot read their name from the road, you have to be facing towards the mausoleum and then you will see their stone). It's not easy to find their section anymore since the cemetery filled in the other road that used to be on the other side of the graves (in case you went there a long time ago and can't figure out why you can't find their plot anymore). If you look at the last photo of my great-grandma's memorial, Frances Blotz, you can see the "view" so you know you're in the right spot. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=69447392
If you need anymore help or specific help, let me know and I will scan through the photos from there when I get back home and see how long it was before I took their photo that day. That would enable me to tell you if the stone was further away from the road or next to the road or in the middle of the section.
Added by Squeak on Apr 30, 2015 9:43 AM
Thank you for posting his memorial. Do you know where his parents are buried?
|Chelsea||RE: Jacob Maarse|
Thanks Bernard, he's really brought a lot of beauty to our lives here.
Added by Chelsea on Apr 19, 2015 4:09 AM
|Eman Bonnici||RE: Cardinal Francis George|
Thanks for letting me know, Bernard. I became only aware of the news after reading your message. A memorial has been submitted from my end for famous approval.
Have a nice day,
|C. Bryan||RE: Larsen|
Yep. This time I could steal some flowers from someone (who made no complaint) to mark where she is. You're most welcome for all.
Added by C. Bryan on Apr 17, 2015 6:47 PM
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