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BK (#15961604)
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Edith A Arseneau
RE: Donald C. Manhart
Thanks for adding Uncle Don, hadn't gotten around to it. Transfer isn't necessary. Thanks again.
Added by Edith A Arseneau on Jan 13, 2016 2:52 PM
Jim and Elizabeth
Hazel's parents
I found and posted the gravestone photo of her parent's stone. They are also buried in Section 6, off of Willow. Look for the signs up on the big trees for the different sections.
Added by Jim and Elizabeth on Dec 14, 2015 5:53 PM
Jim and Elizabeth
Richard Hoth
Richard is buried in Section 6 of Oakwood Cemetery. Sect. 5 and 6 are the more open space halfway down Willow Street. Look for a black upright stone Goff/Rutty, a gray upright stone Dodge, and a gray upright stone Schmidt.
Added by Jim and Elizabeth on Dec 14, 2015 3:40 AM
Edith A Arseneau
RE: Arsenau & Manhart
Sorry for the delay in my response, Ruth Manhart Arseneau is my mother-in-law, the graves are in St. Matthews Cloister which is on the east side of Elmwood Ave (between Delaware and Elmwood), they are three or four rows in from the road.
Added by Edith A Arseneau on Nov 26, 2015 6:36 PM
Clara Bampton World
her brother Walter Bampton's 1966 obit lists her as deceased and named Clara Winters
Added by James on Nov 11, 2015 7:17 AM
RE: Frank and Laverie World (Sweeney Cemetery)

Saturday 7 August 1915

Clara A. Bampton, daughter of James Bampton #17 East Avenue, Tonawanda - married at her home Frank A. World 31 July 1915 by the Rev. George H. Brown of the Central Church of Christ. Wedding attendants were Gertrude Bampton and Reuben Graff
Added by James on Nov 11, 2015 5:29 AM
RE: Frank and Laverie World (Sweeney Cemetery)
No, Ernest and Clara were already married by the 1915 census - I will keep looking!
Added by James on Nov 10, 2015 10:55 PM
RE: Frank and Laverie World (Sweeney Cemetery)
The only thing I was ever able to find out about her was that her name was Clara.
Added by James on Nov 09, 2015 5:54 AM
RE: East Lawn Memorial Park/Sacramento
Hi Bob,
I was able to find Irene and Nelson Boeck at East Lawn's Sierra Hills location (as they have 3 in the Sacramento County). I wanted to point that out so you could add your records to the correct East Lawn cemetery. Their urns are right beside each other, location/cremation no. C-46, 285. How would you like me to send you these pictures? I can either e-mail them to you if you feel OK with providing your email address or I can add the pictures to your online records.

Added by JayFan76 on Oct 10, 2015 5:07 PM
RE: East Lawn Memorial Park/Sacramento
Hello BK,
I will look into those records for Nelson and Irene for you as well. I was actually at East Lawn yesterday to get the photos but their office was closed for a special service/event. I have plans to head back on Saturday and will check with the office then and get the photos. Thanks for checking in.

Added by JayFan76 on Oct 08, 2015 2:01 PM
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