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Montana Deb (#24815510)
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Bio Photo Originally from Montana. I am continually researching the following families: Elge, Buback, Brickles, Mynheir, Keisner, Jacobs & DiLeonardo families. Also, Green, Starr & Reed from Pennsylvania.
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Peggy Frost
RE: Josephine Murphy #90299015

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Added by Peggy Frost on Dec 11, 2013 5:43 PM
Karen Smith
RE: Benjamin Green
I'm not sure who is in charge of the cemetery. I have been there several times and have never seen anyone. The cemetery is pretty much in the middle of nowhere, on a steep hillside, beside an old church that's no longer in use. I think this was originally the church cemetery. There are very recent burials there also, so someone should know something. Maybe a funeral home in the area?
Added by Karen Smith on Oct 14, 2013 5:36 PM
Karen Smith
RE: Benjamin Green
My Dad and I both searched the cemetery twice and could not find the stone. Thinking maybe it was removed since it was no longer standing? If that's the case, I hope they will repair it and return it. Was going to look again, but it started to rain. Sorry I couldn't find it. Not sure when I'll get back over there, but if nobody finds it. I'll look again when I return.

Added by Karen Smith on Oct 14, 2013 3:47 AM
Karen Smith
Benjamin Green
Hi Deb,
I am going over to Monroe Valley Cemetery tomorrow and will try to get a photo so you can read what is on his stone. I'll claim it when I get the photo. Just letting you know I'm on it :)
Added by Karen Smith on Oct 12, 2013 2:06 PM
Photo Permission
Yes you may use the photo for your ancestry site. Thank you for asking and I'm glad he is with a relation now. :)
Added by Liane on Feb 26, 2013 7:58 PM
E. W.
Vary good! They do have a stone. I didn't know if they would.
Thank you vary much for putting a memorial for Fletcher on. Also the photos of my Aunts and his stone.
God Bless
Added by E. W. on Jan 17, 2013 10:33 PM
Jennifer Sims
RE: Forestvale Cemetery Photo
Thanks so much, Deb!
Added by Jennifer Sims on May 23, 2012 6:02 PM
Jennifer Sims
Forestvale Cemetery Photo
Hi Deb,
I would like to capture your photograph of the Forestvale Cemetery in Helena, Montana and post it in my family tree at along with the photograph of my great grandfather's headstone. I would be certain to give you credit for your photo when I post it if you allow me to do so.
Jennifer Sims
Added by Jennifer Sims on May 22, 2012 6:17 PM
RE: Rosa Blumenthal Phot Request
Hi, Thank you for your message. This is what I was able to find at Is this near where you are?

Name: Rosa Blumenthal
Birth Date: abt 1868
Birth Place: Poland
Death Date: 18 Apr 1906
Death Place: San Francisco, CA, USA
Age at Death: 38
Burial Date: 16 May 1906
Burial Plot: Plot P, Sec. 1, Lot 29, Row 4
Burial Place: Colma, California, United States
Comments: Protestant Cemetery Santa Clara
Cemetery: Hills of Eternity Memorial Park Congregation Sherith Israel
Cemetery Address: 1301 El Camino Real
Cemetery Burials: 6126
Cemetery Comments: In the mid-1890's the city of San Francisco was running out of land for building, so they ordered all cemeteries within the city boundaries closed, and moved to the city of Colma, which is south of the city by about 20 miles. Consequently, all the rema

Added by Marsco on Jun 03, 2011 5:31 PM
Carole Alden
permission to use
Hi Deb,
I'm working on the Hauck family buried at Kelseyville Cemetery and was hoping that you would allow me to use a copy of the cemetery picture you posted 10/25/2009. I would give your name as the person who took the picture and posted it at Find A Grave. Thank you for all your work at the cemetery. It really helps those of us who are looking for our families. I would use it for the page for Francis Marion and his brother, Thomas Jefferson Hauck on their tree at Thank you
Added by Carole Alden on May 02, 2011 12:15 AM
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