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|Kay||Find A Grave Memorial# 8456994|
Created by: Northhouse Record added: Mar 01, 2004...This is a duplicate of one previously submitted
Added by Kay on Apr 29, 2014 12:21 PM
|Russell Roubdioux||Near Tom BRALY|
Near tom I found yesterday. is a Margaret Braly Johnston march 28 1898 Nov 24 1956 and James C Johnston Feb 5 1894 May 20 1961 World War I SE A US NAVY ....I WAS LOOKING FOR ANOTHER NAME AND I FOUND THESE ONE ROLL UP FROM TOM AND DIDNT MAKE CONNECTION to Tom
Thank you for the updates.~Honor.
Added by Honor on Jan 21, 2014 10:13 AM
|Russell Roubdioux||RE: T Brawley gravesite|
dear sir good news I need you to re apply for photo request .. he has been found the info you shared about the surname spelling and a copy of the info I showed I was able to get block number and lot number and he has been found volunteer russell
|Bob Collins||Harry Goldbaum in Green-Wood|
As I think you suspected, GOLDBAUM is an error. This is Harry Goldbourne, aka Harry Cooper (and several other names), race car driver, killed in a crash at the Danbury Fair Racearena in Danbury CT Oct 20 1910. Cause of death--fractured ribs. Burial--$15--grave unmarked. Photo and caption to be uploaded to the memorial page today. He's buried with his wife, Sarah (Sadie) Grolius, her father, George Grolius, and one other man (Robert Simonson) whose relationship to them is unknown to me at present.
|James Eugene Mincks||RE: Earixson Photos|
I also posted the photos to the website
www.iowagravestones.org for anyone else to look at.
|Kay||RE: Margeret Ellen Hammond|
Well one can see guidelines aren't followed and by the way I don't give a what you do since you're so rude
Added by Kay on Sep 19, 2013 12:50 PM
But you delete my flower & info.
Added by Kay on May 21, 2013 5:27 PM
no one seems to be answering
Added by Kay on May 21, 2013 7:24 AM
I am working on taking a picture of the grave stone for,
Charles Roland "Chuck" McGinnis
Metro has no record of him being buried at Douglass Cemetery, or any of the 14 cemeteries that Metro takes care of.
I am wondering what information you may have that caused you to make a memorial for him at Douglass.
They also said that if you know of other family members that are buried there, that may help.
Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Added by JaniceH on Oct 10, 2012 5:28 PM
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