|Linda Carole Mustion (#29047507)|
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I do genealogical research and love to go to cemeteries. Valhalla Cemetery is 10 mins. from my house so I go there a lot.Other cemeteries I go to are Forestlawn - Hollywood Hills, Forestlawn - Glendale, Mt. Sinai - Hollywood Hills, Grandview -Glendale, Los Angeles National Cemetery, Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood and sometimes to Ft. Rosecrans National Cem. in San Diego.My pride and joy is doing research on all the Burbank boys who were killed in WWII, Korea & Vietnam from the City of Burbank who are listed on our local war memorial and also the boys from the City of Glendale, California that were killed. I aslo enjoy taking pictures of Medal Of Honor Headstones. The Surnames I am researching are: Mustion, Hilton, Miller,Coursey, Overturf, Cordell, Crouch, Longnecker, Freeland, Coldiron, Edwards, Hansen, Woodson, Jarrett, Arman, Vernor, Perry, Lock.|
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|Pat Hull||Lester and Orma Hull headstone|
Thx so much for taking and posting this picture! The inscription makes it crystal clear that these two were sisters. Lester is such a strange name for a woman that the genealogy info has gotten confused and she is listed in some places as a male. I have seen her name as Lura Lester, Lester Lura, Laura Lester, etc. Clearly she was known as Lester and was Orma's sister - neither of them were ever married and the ended up sharing a home later in life when they moved to So Cal.
Added by Pat Hull on Jul 06, 2014 6:15 PM
|D. Greene||John Burkman|
Thank you so much for fulfilling our photo request. I greatly appreciate your time and effort.
|Merle Armstrong||Charles Hirsch|
Linda - Thank you very much for the photo of the Charles Hirsch burial location. It is greatly appreciated and was done in such a timely fashion.
|Jackie Dare||Gladys & Charles A Matthews|
Thank you for finding and posting the photo of the headstone for Gladys & Charles Matthews to their memorials on Findagrave. I appreciate your time and thoughtfulness.
Thanks so much again,
Thank you for getting this photo of my relative's grave. It's a long way from SC to California.
Added by sem on Jul 03, 2014 2:20 PM
|Steve ||Grace Merry McConnell|
Thanks for posting the unmarked grave of Grace Merry McConnell.
Added by Steve on Jun 30, 2014 4:26 PM
Thank you so very much for taking the photo of the gravestone of Albert Kern. Your work for findagrave is much appreciated by those of us who cannot travel to the grave site.
Added by Lynn on Jun 30, 2014 12:28 PM
May I use the photo you provided for my Aunt Josephine (Scott) Wells on her Wiki Tree profile with appropriate credit to you? Thank you for your consideration.
Darlene Scott Kerr
|Deborah Black Phenix||Warren's|
I am so pleased that you took the photos for Dwayne and Edward! Rarely have I been so moved by the sentiments expressed in these memorials. The details are exceptional. Many thanks for you time and effort in securing these photos for my grandson, Deborah Phenix
|Ralph Hammond-Green||Henry M & Signe O Greminger - photo|
Thank you for taking and posting the photo of their grave marker to their memorials.
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