|Janice (O'Bryan) Byington (#46607209)|
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I have loved recording my family history for about 40 years and teaching the last 15. |
My Children's PATERNAL: Byington, Carr, Molland, Holkins, Gallaway, Norton, Terry, Williams, Hall, Frisbie, Swetland, Butler, Donaldson, Piper, Little, Burdick, Munsee, Moore Also: Kofoed, Bell, Jensen, Munch, Christensen, Booth, Panting, Crook, Madsen, Larsen, Garwood, Davies, Kerby, Lane
My Children's MATERNAL: O'Bryan, Whitworth, Kochendarfer, Schluneger, Mize, Robinson, Hall, Copeland, Rogers, Philips, Baer, King, Pratz, Lebo, Nooner, Reynolds Also: Harper, Gowan, Smith, Putnam, Brock, King, Boniface, Pitcher, Spooner, Griffin, Brassell, Allen, Dolby, Robbins, Murray
Some of the memorials I manage are family, but it never hurts to ask to have a memorial transferred. Please include your relationship to the deceased when you make your request by using the EDIT button on the memorial you wish to have transferred. If you are related in any way it will probably be yours, unless it has been promised to another (or my family), in which case, the closest related person will get it. In my opinion, the Golden Rule trumps the guidelines, and hoarding is just stingy and small. I firmly believe family should be with family. Thanks for understanding.
Mistakes happen, I'm famous for finger errors and welcome any additions or corrections. When asking for a memorial correction, addition, or transfer, PLEASE use "Edit" then "Suggest A Correction" on the memorial you wish to have updated instead of posting message's on this page. Thanks
I am very thankful for all the work those who create memorials have done on the behalf of others, like myself, so we may pay respect to our deceased family members, no matter how far.
I would also like to thank all of the wonderful volunteer photographers. You are doing a great service to digitally preserve these cemeteries, helping to preserve the memory of those that have gone before us.
"Thank you" seems such small words, considering the time, effort, and personal sacrifice that goes into making this great site.
NOTE: Guidelines are not rules, not regulations, not laws. The definition of GUIDELINES ....
"A guideline is a statement by which to determine a course of action." By definition, following a guideline is never mandatory or binding.
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Feel free to use any of the pictures. I would like to know who they are that you wanted. Just was wondering if we may be related as most of the pictures that I have put on there are my family members. Thanks, RBA
Added by RBA on Nov 01, 2013 9:41 AM
|MissMarple51||RE: Darrell O'Bryan 80380859|
Yes, The Cemetery office said it was:
Row B-114, Grave 3
However, they did not have a Section listed. Good luck with it.
|Woodlawn MP Volunteers||Frank B. Sturge|
Re: your note on the photo request for Fannie Sturge @ Woodlawn Memorial Park....
Here's a link to Frank's death certificate at FamilySearch:
It shows he was to be buried at Evergreen Cemetery in Los Angeles. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=7964
You may want to call them to confirm....
|Bernice Griffith Knoke||RE: LeGrand and Louise Byington|
I will send it by e-mail and then you can put it up for their monument. It's just amazing what can be found on old documents.
|C. Bryan||RE: Lena Moxley 49396648|
Didn't want to say that, but yep! Well, it is just a large cavern with two main halls and one cross passage. That passage extends into a room that is truly out of some movie - - old wooden door on one wall, low ceiling, pretty stenciled frieze along the tops of the walls. What makes it creepy is this is earthquake country, and if the lights go out and the bricks start to fall - - - !! But it's made of 18" concrete and has been there since 1922, through every earthquake since then. Probably bombproof (jeez, 1st try came out bommproff). Anyway, the Moxleys are safe 'n snug - and pretty dull back there. Best - cb
Added by C. Bryan on Jul 18, 2013 8:22 PM
|C. Bryan||RE: Lena Moxley 49396648|
They can't be read; there is no contrast. It is underground in a very lonely chamber with only one entrance/exit. Quite remote and not at all pretty as is the rest of the mausoleum. cb
Added by C. Bryan on Jul 18, 2013 6:54 PM
|Sandra St Clair||Ruth O'Bryan Miller|
Afternoon Janice , I got the message you sent me and if you notice the headstone next to the blue flower is Ruth C. Miller beside her husband and on the other side is her paretns which you haven't put in request in for but I will probably be going to Calvery next week because i have several to do there and If you want I will redo the photo's and get a good one of hers and her husband Mr Miller and if you put up pages for her pages with requests I will do her parents while I am there for you.
have a good day
Did you notice that Frances O'Bryan b. 1819 d. 1893 has the same death year as Frances J. Hayden O'Bryan. Not that it matters to me, but it is odd. You might want to check and see if one of them may be a different date. Of course, it could happen. fyi
|MissMarple51||Marion Albin & Elizabeth O'Bryan|
Is Albin's wife, Elizabeth, deceased? Let me know. I have a photo of the stone; but there's no death date for her. She could be about 97 yrs old, so, let me know.
|Robert Kellems||Andry / Garland Cemetery|
If you look up one or the other cemeteries, it should point you in the direction of the other.
Glad that's taken care of.
Have a good,
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