|Marla ||grave of Delilah Stockton|
I am leaving this in regards to the request you have for Delilah Stockton. The stone is there, but Delilah is alive and well, so there is not death date. I am good friends with her.
Added by Marla on Oct 11, 2016 9:36 PM
|Robin Smith||Help locating family plot at Fairmont|
I have sent an email to FairmontRaton@gmail.com but I thought I would also try my luck here. I will be heading to Raton next week and want to visit my family buried at Fairmont Cemetery in Raton. However I don't have a plot number and need help with finding the location of the plot.Please contact me back if you would be able to help with this. I would really appreciate any help you can give.
I believe the following people are buried on one plot:
Carl Henry Smith
Edna E Smith
Thank you for all your help:)
|Valice Raffi||Thomas Watt|
|Steven Brown||Cora Tanquary transfer|
Thank you very much for transferring management of Cora Tranquary's memorial to me. I appreciate it greatly.
Thank you so much for the management transfer of Merriah C. Fleming, Find A Grave Memorial# 72657132.
I really appreciate it.
Thanks for all the great work you have done on findagrave
|Martha Berner||RE: Mem#73559477 for Minnie Root|
Thanks for the transfers! I have been in contact with another family member (Root descendant) and have updated their Memorials.
|Martha Berner||Mem#73559477 for Minnie Root|
Since you created this memorial, can you please tell me where you found the maiden name of "Brander"? I am researching the Roots - my husband's relatives. The marriage license issued in Marion County, KS for F. W. Root age 38 has him married to Minnie Brantner age 20 on May 3, 1903 at Peabody, KS. Both are listed as being from Florence, KS. Based on other family history, I am pretty sure this is the same couple buried in Fairmont Cemetery in New Mexico.
Thanks! Martha Berner
Thank you for your patience and willingness to make multiple corrections on the old burials in Fairmont. I wish I had photographed them fifty years ago, before they crumbled.