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|RD Hall||Vincent J. Macaluso|
Thanks KG for the photos. I had hope there would be a "military grave marker" too. But, I am happy to see the fine photos you provided.
Added by RD Hall on Jun 07, 2015 11:24 PM
|Grothmann||Vincent John Macaluso|
All the additions I have made to Holy Cross Cemetery in Antioch were memorials that I observed myself. Some of them do not have pictures because, at the time, I wasn't adding a photo to each memorial.
I believe he is in the old section, although I am not sure where. The office will have approximate location.
|Gloria Bottom||Fred White|
I transferred page to you. I think you can copy and paste his bio. I do not know him, I created the page so I could post the picture I took off his stone.
|Janice Dean LeMaster||Jean Surface|
Hello.. Jean was married to my mom's favorite cousin, Earnie. They were staying with my mom when Earnie became ill. Are you related to Jean? Lovely lady.
|Barbara Pulley Azbill Riggio||Hauntsman|
Your obit for Frederick has been included on his memorial page. Thank you for your contribution.
|Bruce Filgate||drop me an email address|
When you get a chance, drop me an email address for the Odelis information.
|Bruce Filgate||Amable Raiche photo|
Many thanks for photographing that stone, the data confirmed what we were searching!
|Delores Sorenson||RE: mary hall 27562497|
Can't recall if I sent this or not.
MRS. Mary E. Hall Dies At Hospital
Mrs. Mary Emeline Hall, aged 75 years, 7 months and 6 days, widow of the late Charles M. Hall, passed away at the clinic at Woodland Sunday morning. She had gone to the hospital a week previous for treatment for stomach tumors.
Mrs. Hall was a native of Minnesota, coming to Winters in the early days of the town, and had made this her home ever since.
She raised a large family of five children, four daughters survived. one son passed on. They are Mrs. Stella Coombs, Mrs. Gertrude Wyatt, and Mrs. Mary Sievers of Winters and Mrs. Annie M. Robinson of Fillmore. Three sisters, Mrs. Phoebe Hall of Iowa, Mrs. Viola Haven of Winters, and Mrs. Caroline Hall of Campbell and three brothers, G.A., M.T. and William Dodge of Iowa survive. Nine grandchildren also mourn her passing. They are Mrs. Florence Burson, Misses Zelda and Maeian Robinson of Fillmore, Mrs. Frieda Gustafson of Yreka, Robert, Howard and Melvin Coombs, Jack and Warren Sievers of Winters. A great Grandson, Lesley W. Burson of Filllmore also survives. Mrs. Hall's Husband passed away fourteen years ago.
Funeral services were held at the Christian church Tuesday afternoon, Rev. H.H. Wilson of Turlock, a former pastor, conducting the service. Song service was rendered by Mrs Ray Baker and W.W. Starek with Mrs. Fred Parker as accompanist. Interment was in Winters Cemetery.
Pall Bearers were F.M.Wyatt, Clyde Mitchell, Arthur Hansen, E.E. Baker, R.B. Bigelow and William Goodman.
This was in the Winters Express paper Friday August 31, 1934 page A2
|Marlene||Re: Catherine and Joseph Rubino|
Thanks so much for the picture and obit. I'm a bit behind on my research...that's for all you do !
Added by Marlene on Apr 19, 2015 9:54 PM
|Jacqueline Duvall||Isabele "Bella" Mack|
I was just checking to see if you received my message of March 2015 regarding the obituary of my aunt Bella Mack d. 1950. If not please let me know and I will send another request.
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