|Kathy Salazar (#47572417)|
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|Nancy Muro||gravestone pics for Siglers/Lenox|
I just revisited family burial places in Glendale and saw that new pictures of my family's headstones have been added. (On my first visit, only the cemetery signage was visible.) Thank you sincerely for the individual headstone photographs! -Nancy
Thank you so much for taking that picture! I appreciate it!
Added by SSToone on Jun 18, 2013 10:13 AM
|william maxey||Forest Lawn Cemetery|
Hi, Could you tell me if there was a spouse for Thomas Gilbert at the grave site. Her name should have been Aletha Theora Maxey Gilbert. The following is her information. Thank You
Birth 17 Jan 1870 in El Monte, Los Angeles, California
Death 1931 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
|L G Shinn||Forest Lawn Memorial Park|
Kathy, thank you for the photos of the memorials for the Carnes family and for the additional information. Your time and effort are much appreciated!
L. Gayle Shinn
|Carol Fritsch||RE: Dorothy Spink|
Thanks for verifying that Dorothy V Spink belonged to Win's family by giving me the plot number. We don't have very much info on her, but my Dad did take a photo of her gravestone some years ago. I didn't add a memorial for her before because I wasn't very sure about her. Since you gave me the info, I added a memorial for her, including the photo that Dad took. I appreciate all your work on the Spinks!
|Ruth Ellen Bartels||Photos from Forest Lawn-Glendale|
Thank you so much for the awesome photos of the Gilmour clan. I don't quite understand why Nancy Gilmour Davenport was listed on a plaque with her daughters Adelaide Armstrong, Alice Peckham and Georgia Davenport, but it was great to get that information!
thank you for getting a picture of ivah evans for me!
Added by cllfdl on Jun 17, 2013 5:24 PM
|Peg & Lacey||Jack K Watt|
I would love for you to create his memorial since you have the picture. Thanks so much! And thanks for the other Watt's too :)
Thanks for the photo upload, much appreciated.
Great detail and shows a bit more about the military I didn't know about.
|cbaudrand||Helen Morehouse headstone photo|
Thank you very much for the photo. Helen has an interesting story.
This is what I understand to have happened. She was born Abigail Helen Littlefield the youngest of 6 children born to Joseph Littlefield and Helen Crandall. (The younger sister of my Great Grandmother Clara Littlefield.) In 1880 her family left the farm in Mercer, Illinois and moved by wagon train to homestead near Litchfield, Sherman, Nebraska. Abigail's mother, died about a year after they made their sod house in Nebraska. Abigail, 3, was sent to live with her cousins, Timothy and Mary Merryman. They called her Nellie! She used the name Nellie Merryman growing up. She went to California with a group of her male cousins, including my great grandfather, Charles Deere Littlefield. She married William Morehouse and went by Helen- her middle name, and also her biological mother's name. So during her life she was Abigail Helen Nellie Littlefield Merryman Morehouse!
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