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Catherine (#47511540)
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Glenda Schroeder
RE: Powell photos
You are more than welcome! Hudson Cemetery is now completely photographed with new interments. You might want to check it out. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=13728&CScnty=2482&CSsr=61&
Added by Glenda Schroeder on Mar 31, 2014 11:55 AM
Denine Urquhart
RE: The Street Family
Hi Catherine,

Here is the information you will need to find the Street Plot at the IOOF Cemetery.

The plot number is 37 and it is in row 3.
When you enter the gate to the cemetery there will be six rows, from left to right. Row one has no plots near the gate, so row 3 will look like it should be row 2.

The first plot in row 3 is the Jones Plot. When you see Jones you are at the beginning of row 3.

Start walking up row 3. When you pass the Curtis Crypt, which is the only crypt in the cemetery, you are 1/2 way to the Street plot.

Walk past about 8 more plots and look for the Steinmetz plot. There are McCormicks and Steinmetz buried in this plot. The next plot, which has no headstones and is unmarked,is the Street plot.

The plot above the Street Plot will be Romans. This plot is also empty, but the plot name is at the entrance or front of the plot.

The Street plot is between the Steinmetz plot and the Romans plot. I could send you a few pictures if it will help.

If you have any problem finding the plot, please feel free to call me and I will gladly show you where it is, 209-533-3326.

Take Care,
Denine Urquhart
Added by Denine Urquhart on Jan 19, 2014 9:05 PM
Pat Feagins
RE: Dr. James Coleman Boggs
Please feel free to email me at feagins@gmail.com
I too, am quite pleased to make your acquaintance.
I have copies of a large collection of our Boggs family correspondence from the Missouri Archives that includes mail between family members. If you have not seen the collection, I would be happy to go back through it to see if your ancestor is in there or to make copies for you of the whole thing, as you may prefer. The New Mexico Boggs' were apparently very much a part of my James Boggs's close family. His correspondences as Consul to New mexico are very interesting to me. his later life is still a bit of a mystery and I am quite interested in the lives of the rest of the family back then, as well as now.

Your obedient Cousin, PAT
Added by Pat Feagins on Dec 07, 2013 6:20 PM
Sandi Litzenberg
RE: re: Roena D. Benton-Ferry
Hi Catherine... AAAAhhh yes.. that old drawing board.. I can't tell you the number of times I've had to go back to it.. So now that I have solved this Rowena mystery, I have another one staring at me regarding Walker's 2nd wife who was also a Benton, her name was Florence Geisy, Giesy, Geesey, Guise and about 6 other variations of spelling ARRRRGH!! & she had a daughter named Mabel Benton when she married Walker Terry.. NOW I NEED TO FIND OUT WHO THIS OTHER BENTON WOMAN WAS.. lol.. I have several Mabel & Flora Bentons in my tree and after racking my brain without any success, I'm done for the nite..

Thanks for your help with Rowena and it doesn't matter that we're not related.. we can still be kindred spirits here on find a grave..

Sincerely,
Sandi L.
Added by Sandi Litzenberg on Dec 03, 2013 7:51 PM
Sandi Litzenberg
RE: re: Roena D. Benton-Ferry
Hi Catherine.. I have an update for you.. I've found Rowena D. & Walker S.... BUT.. the last name is TERRY and not Ferry.. I've spent days and days looking for them under the WRONG spelling.. lol.. I tell you.. you should have heard me squeal like a little girl when I FINALLY came across them..

also, Walker S. Terry's parents were Eleazer & Hannah Terry and not Benj & Hannah Street Ferry.. I'm sure this probably changes the whole dynamic of the Walker S. in your tree..

Their memorial numbers are Walker S. Terry #73570479 & Rowena D. Benton Terry #73570515 .. incase you want to check them out..

Sincerely,
Sandi L.
Added by Sandi Litzenberg on Dec 03, 2013 5:13 PM
Denine Urquhart
RE: The Street Family
Hi Catherine,
I would be more than happy to explain how to locate the Street plot.
The next time I am at the IOOF Cemeyery I will take a picture and send you copies of the documents I have.

I am so happy that I could help!

Sincerely,
Denine
Secretary of the IOOF Lodge in Sonora, #10.
Added by Denine Urquhart on Nov 12, 2013 12:55 AM
Denine Urquhart
The Street Family
Hello Catherine,

I have been a member of Find a Grave for many years and I remember seeing several requests for Harlow Street. I tried on many occasions to locate his burial site, but I was never able to find it.

Last month I began recording the names of everyone buried in the Sonora IOOF Cemetery. First I physically walked through the cemetery writing down names from headstones, and the names that were written on the outside of the plots. In some cases the marker or headstone were not legible, so I wrote what I could and checked the info against the Tuolumne County Death records.

I did locate a plot named Street in the Sonora IOOF Cemetery. According to C.H. Burden Undertaker records Mrs. A.H. Street, age 71, who died on Oct. 9, 1902 and Harlow Street (Infant) age 9 months, who died Nov. 13, 1895 are both buried in the Sonora IOOF Cemetery. I think it is safe to assume they may be buried in the plot identified as Street. Sadly the plot is quite old and there are no headstones or markers. The plot is large enough to hold more than two people. There could be other family buried there as well.

Hope this information is helpful.
Denine Urquhart

Added by Denine Urquhart on Nov 11, 2013 3:15 PM
DWalt & Patti
Hannah Hooper Parsons
Hi Catherine - I'm just getting back to that Parsons lot in Mount Hope. I had photographed the entire lot. I am not seeing a gravestone for Hannah. There is one for Scottie, son of P.D. & H.H. Parsons. Was Hannah his 2nd wife? I do have a gravestone for Elizabeth A. Wise, wife of P.D. Parsons. I can double check with the office and see if they have the lot card, maybe Hannah will show up there.
~Dale
Added by DWalt & Patti on Oct 27, 2013 6:09 PM
Don Green
RE: Hooper family photos

You're very welcome for the photos, Catherine. Glad I could help out !

Don
Added by Don Green on Oct 17, 2013 7:56 PM
Don Green
Sylvester Hooper
Hi Catherine,

The cemetery office provided me with five other relatives in Sylvester's lot. Are you interested in the family line ? Had to ask for cemetery location because Shiver's Memorials all have incorrect locations for Civil War vets.

Don
Added by Don Green on Oct 14, 2013 10:50 AM
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