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|Julie||Ann Beeby Skinner Rawlings|
Hi. Could you please transfer this Memorial to me? I am her GG Granddaughter and would like to update the bio, etc.
Thank you so much,
Added by Julie on Sep 04, 2014 6:59 AM
|Mark's Mom||RE: Myrtle Brendel Guenthner|
I found her picture on Ancestry.com, from the California State Library collection of California, WWI Soldier Photographs, 1917-1918.
When I find something like this I always try to share my find on Find A Grave. If you would like I can send you an email with both sides of the picture.
|Mark's Mom||Myrtle Brendel Guenthner|
I just wanted you to know that I posted a picture of Myrtle when she was a nurse in the Army during World War I, when doing research for another memorial, I came upon her picture online.
Bernice Mark's Mom
|Birdtrackers||R J and Dorothy Cooper|
I added a photo of the Coopers in Salem Cemetery. I notice the death date for Dorothy is different from the one you have on the memorial. Just want to be sure I have the correct person.
|Steve Ruiz||RE: Margaret Cassidy|
That would be great. Thanks a million!
|L. Finley||John Amberson Groesbeck Sr #16206561|
You posted a photo to the memorial of John Amberson Groesbeck Sr, #16206561, in Salt Lake City Cemetery, that is not a correct photo. The photo you posted is of his son, John Amberson Groesbeck Jr. (1872-1930). Would you please remove this photo so John Sr is not incorrectly identified? I posted his son's memorial and photo.
|Tina Bokar||Sarah Jones Harris|
I am posting the picture but wanted to let you know the quality is poor. This monument is located under a very heavily treed area. I did the best I could but did write down what it said. I have ran into this before with different stones that although in good shape, they are hard to read. Do you want the Jones one also? It was right next to hers. Says Mary wife of John E. Jones died in 1908 at 63yrs.
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