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Note: There aren't a whole lot of cemeteries close by me so therefore, I don't have a lot of grave photos unless I went to the cemetery.
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|Czepiel||RE: Re: Leonard Palmer|
If he was not moved, you might say the marker was looked for and is missing and ask if they replace it for free, since all the state ones are identical. Some of my family has bought markers for those who did not have them and those were cheaper than expected, but they were not in state plots, so I am not certain how those work. I wish you luck! There is a tiny little office at the cemetery, but no one was there when I was, so if the Clerk gives you no information, ask for the number of the tiny office or have them call. I was told by a local resident that the person who works there is nice. So he may know what is going on if the Clerk doesn't give you the best information. It was so small I am not certain there was a phone, but maybe it is cell phones anyway. Again, good luck. The spot he should have been in had no marker, that year looked to me like there were a number missing. So few for the year, a big empty spot vs the rows. So he may well be buried there and the marker is not there. Again, good luck!!!!
Added by Czepiel on Nov 11, 2013 10:11 AM
|Czepiel||Re: Leonard Palmer|
I just checked my email and saw that you tried to find my great grandfathers headstone for my photo request. Have you had the chance to ask if he is even there? His find a grave number is 49740669.
I did try and searched EVERYWHERE. I do not live in the town, had to go there anyway, so picked a few from this cemetery. The office was closed and I was told you can call the Arcadia Clerk of Records. I am unlikely to be in the town anytime soon again, so you can try to request again, maybe someone else will have luck, though I am skeptical bc where he should have been, as they are placed by year in the state plots had a section of no markers; as if they were missing near a tree, per my memory. I walked the entire state plot area and found no marker, even outside the year where it should have been. I was hoping it had been moved within the state plot area. My guess is that the marker was lost. They are small pieces of metal, with names. Looked and looked but found nothing. :( Unless he was moved by someone and paid for... it is unlikely there is anything. I would call the Arcadia Town Hall Clerk of Records and see if this might possibly be the case.
Added by Czepiel on Nov 09, 2013 5:44 PM
|Anonymous||RE: All 43 victims of the plane crash in PSA in San Luis Obispo, California|
Take your time, and thank you very much.
|Anonymous||All 43 victims of the plane crash in PSA in San Luis Obispo, California|
You forgot to put the rest of the entries of the remaining victims of the San Luis Obispo, California.
|val p||charlotte bacon|
hi, it says this record was added on dec 15, which is one day after charlotte died. how did you already know where she was going to be buried?
Added by val p on Oct 21, 2013 7:15 PM
|Blake||Gladys Marie (Dye) Harmon Photo|
I would very much like to use your beautiful photograph of Gladys Marie (Dye) Harmon at my Ancesty.com website. Gladys Marie's husband, Erskine Mortimer Harmon, is a distant cousin of mine, both of us being descendants of Johann Melchior Kuney (d. 1806).
Thank you for your consideration.
Added by Blake on Sep 20, 2013 1:53 PM
|Anonymous||The remaining victims of National Airlines Flight 2511|
All of the remaining victims of National Airlines Flight 2511 went Home to be with the Lord on January 6, 1960.
|Anonymous||List of the remaining victims of National Airlines Flight 2511|
Here are the list of the remaining victims of National Airlines Flight 2511:
Efren Mario Pollo
|Anonymous||Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 773|
All of 43 victims went Home to be with the Lord on May 7, 1964 in Contra Costa County, near San Ramon California.
|Anonymous||Here is the passenger list of Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 773|
Here is the passenger list of Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 773:
Captain Ernest A. Clark, 52
First Officer Ray E. Andress, 31
Flight Attendant Margaret 'Majorie' E. Schafer, 30
Eda Helen Allrich, 42, wife of a Lodi minister flying to her sister's funeral. Born in Missouri.
George S. Baldwin, 43, father of 7. An FAA Observer that lived in Fremont, Calif. Born in Montana. Served in the Army during WWII. Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.
William R. Beekley, 63, Served in the Army during WWII. Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.
Paul Bell, of San Francisco
Bernard Bloch, 61, marine engineer, of San Francisco. Born in New York.
Roger W. Brander, 34, general manager of KBUB-AM in Sparks, Nevada. Born in Minnesota.
Norma B. Cuett, 42, a nurse, of Stockton. Born in Canada, was married to Malcolm Cuett
Margaret E. Dragious, of San Francisco. Born in Ohio.
Rev Lon H. 'Earl' Eakes, 88, retired minister from Stockton
Christopher G. Galanis, of San Francisco
Mr. Robert L. Gault, 26, Served in the Navy during the Korean War. Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.
Lona Marie Gault, 27. Born in New Hampshire. Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.
Bonita M.Graham, of San Francisco. Born in California.
Clifford Hall, of Concord
Miss Pauline K. "Polly" Johnson, 24, a religious singer from Lodi. Born in South Dakota.
Jurg P. Kaltbrunner, of San Francisco. Born in Switzerland.
Donald T. Kendrick, 39, title seller from Stockton.
Norma L. Kendrick, 36, wife of Donald Kendrick. Born in Pennsylvania.
Douglas Kendrick, 1 (infant)
Richard A. Kendrick, 3 (child)
George F. Lacau, 42, police inspector, of San Francisco. Served in the Coast Guard during WWII. Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.
Elizabeth 'Betty' Lacau, 40, of San Francisco. Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.
Charnett Lee, of San Francisco. Born in Texas
Thomas V. Margrave, Southern Pacific train engineer, of San Francisco. Born in Kansas.
Martha Margrave, of San Francisco. Born in North Dakota.
Paul L. Marty, waterfront bar and hotel owner, of San Francisco
Georgette P. Marty, of San Francisco
Anthony J. Mello, of San Francisco
Violet F. Melvin, of Eureka
Thomas K. Ng, of San Francisco
Mrs. Eleanor Parker, of San Francisco
Allan M. Sahlberg, of Pinole
Judith Stopp, 23, of San Francisco. Wife of Thomas Stopp.
Mrs. Clara Stopp, 55, of San Francisco. Mother-in-law of Mrs. Dale Stoop)
Mrs. Lillian L. Taramaschi, of Burlingame. Born in Missouri.
Mrs. Earl Thomas, 64, of New York, NY
Mr. J. Thompson, of San Francisco
Roger W. Varney, 30, father of 4 and a FAA Observer, from Fremont. Served in the Air Force during the Korean War. Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery.
E. Lee Williams, 54, construction equipment salesman, of Stockton
Cleveland A. "Clifford" Wood, of San Francisco
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