|Anne England (#46573372)|
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Wife, Mom, Grandma, Former schoolteacher. I like to help people discover their ancestors. Have long been interested in genealogy & now working on family trees since 2005. I am a first gen American of Polish-English descent. My husband is a member of SAR & his ancestors were some of the first Americans in New England. I currently live in the Riverside/Corona area of California's Inland Empire. If you are related to anyone in my managed memorials (other than those to whom I am related) let me know & I will gladly transfer them to you.|
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|Blue Rose Of Cairo||RE: Lester L Hallett|
thank you for the transferrs :)
|Del Groves||RE: The Nay memorials|
Thanks a bunch!
|Crys Davis||RE: Alma Miller England|
I just emailed two copies (with varying contrast levels) of each of the photos. Hope it helps!
|Dwight Baker||RE: Holland|
The LDS will be releasing the early CA death index soon so that should answer some questions. The cemetery book show the space as reserved by Amanda Holland and then shows :Saletia and 1903 typed in later and the reserved entry below for Amanda has an added date for her burial of 11/1/23 so I thought the Interment.net entry might be a hint also. Thanks for the help.
|Preserving the Past||Help Needed|
Hi Anne, It's been a while..how are you and yours? Hope you holidays were beautiful and full of love, laughter, and good cheer. I was wondering if you might do me a BIG favor and go to this memorial number 103767435 and vote on how famous James A. Hood was or wasn't. I need 10 votes for it to post as a famous memorial. Thanks bunches! Your F.A.G. friend ~ Debbie
|NLColes||RE: Thank you for TSRollins photo|
Thanks! No, there are not any more Rollins in that section and lot. But there are other Rollins in Crown Hill. Have a good evening!
Added by NLColes on Dec 14, 2012 4:10 PM
|Tricia Foster||James & Gladys Powell|
Thank you so much for the time & effort you gave to take the photo for James & Gladys' gravesite for me. Also, thank you for transferring Gladys' memorial to me. It is very much appreciated. Bless you - Tricia
|Tricia Foster||Grace Beckstrom Photo|
Thanks so much Anne for the photo you took for me last week and the time you gave. It is very much appreciated. Also, thanks you for creating the memorial for Grace's husband and transferring it to me.
Bless you - Tricia
|Sheena||RE: Oak Forest Cemetery|
I'm not sure how to do that. If you can help me out, I'd be glad to :-)
Added by Sheena on Oct 29, 2012 10:36 AM
|Sheena||RE: Oak Forest Cemetery|
From what I have read, the hospital has complete lists of those buried there and the South Suburban Genealogical & Historical Society was able to obtain 7 books of burials. The books have been microfilmed and are available for viewing at the SSGHS Library in Hazel Crest. It doesn't mention a plot map tho so I'm not sure if the hospital has one and won't give it up or what. I'm hoping to see the books since it has Names, Date of Death, Interment dates, age, lot, grave and place of death (including street address and name of hospitals if they died at one).
You might also want to try St. Gabriel in Oak Forest, Mt. Glenwood (formally known as Archer Woods Cemetery) in Willow Springs and Homewood Memorial Gardens in Homewood IL. These were also used as potter's fields and have several (or all) unmarked graves. Two others of interest are St. John the Baptist Episcopal and Lutheran Cemetery but I'm not 100% sure where those are located.
Added by Sheena on Oct 29, 2012 8:46 AM
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