|Chris Child (#46911042)|
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Genealogist of the Newbury Street Press at the New England Historic Genealogical Society in Boston, Massachusetts.|
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|Knobby||RE: Kent Willard Challender|
If you are truly curious, and if you will send me a copy of Kent's Texas Death Certificate, I'll gladly proceed further.
I think I saw where Kent died in Hays County, Texas, just south of Austin. The Cook-Walden folks have another large cemetery in South Austin, called Forest Oaks. I'm suspecting that he may currently be residing there!
If you have no interest in taking this search any further, please remove your photo request from Find A Grave.
Added by Knobby on May 18, 2013 10:32 AM
|Knobby||Kent Willard Challender|
The folks at Cook-Walden apparently are unable to locate any records on this guy, as being buried in Capital Parks Cemetery.
I have not searched for him, but I shall as soon as you can confirm you belief that he is actually buried in Capital Parks.
Added by Knobby on Apr 22, 2013 7:36 PM
Hi Chris, Are you are that you can leave a message for the originator of those memorials and 1. ask for transfer if family as defined by Find A Grave and 2. send information to the current owner requesting they add the information, if they won't relinquish the memorial. Beth
RE: Petrine & Gustave Gunderson
Yes Robert Mitchum was my friend's grandfather's first cousin. I didn't put up the memorial of my friend's great-grandfather, so I can't link him to Gustav & Petrina. Their son was Charles Oscar Gunderson (1892-1959), grave #37043174. You can also see my virtual cemetery for "Gunderson Ancestors." Charles' son Norman (my friend's grandfather and Mitchum's first cousin) is grave #105695073 . Is your friend a granddaughter of Petrina's daughter Gertrude (Gunderson) Tetreault? I have several generations of the Gundersons in Oslo & in ěstre Toten, Norway before Gunderson was their surname when they were using "patronymic" last names. Chris
Added by Blote on Apr 07, 2013 9:21 PM
|Jenn O.||Whipple - Montrose|
Would you kindly email the cemetery at email@example.com to inquire about the section/plot details and whether they can confirm there is a stone. I walked most of the cemetery today and did not see a stone. If they email you a map, perhaps you can share it with me.
Added by Jenn O. on Mar 14, 2013 1:43 PM
|Joyce Strong||Old Reformed Graveyard-Hanover, PA|
The graveyard is on Find a Grave. If you look at that site, you will see how the cemetery has fallen into disrepair. The town fathers allowed it to be made into a park/cemetery a few years ago. What a shame! If you look on the second page of photos, you will see a large structure, with names inscribed on it. That is the only way to confirm burials in the cemetery I have to offer you.
Joyce Strong, F.A.G. volunteer
|Candace Hill||RE: Petrine & Gustave Gunderson|
You do, of course, know about the Robert Mitchum connection? In looking up on Google, I found that his biography is in Google Books and has whole chapters about the Gundersons.
I don't see any other Find-a-Grave memorials connected to Petrine and Gustave?
|Candace Hill||RE: Petrine & Gustave Gunderson|
We must have the same friends! I am currently working on another project with Wendi Momen, and Petrine is her great-grandmother. Wendi is from the very large Baha'i contingent of this family and when she mentioned that her great-grandmother had been a Baha'i I told her about my Find a Grave project where I've been tracking down graves of early Baha'is in the United States for a personal Centenary project. One hundred Years ago, Abdu'l-Baha came to the U.S. for nine months. If you look at my virtual cemeteries I've found the graves of Baha'is all over the U.S. and the world and have uploaded photos and obits that were already readily available online. Petrine Gunderson is certainly not a hard name to search. Wendi sent me the photo.
If you know oft hand about other specific Baha'i Graves, I'd love to know about them. I think the LA Baha'is are current on where all their people are, but as you know, this is a very fun little hobby.
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Matthewson|
You are very welcome, Chris!
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||Matthewson|
You asked for photos of the Matthewson stones in Baker cemetery
and they were uploaded on January 30
|Zippee0415||Pigott-St. Patrick's Cemetery, Hubbard, OH|
I saw your request for photos of Anna and Michael Pigotts graves. When I was at St. Patrick's Cemetery, I took a picture of a large monument with the name Pigott on it and posted it on FindAGrave. Unfortunately, that was the ONLY name on it. I could not find any other gravestones with Pigott on them. I sent an email to Lisa, administrative assistant at St. Patrick's Church, asking for a grave listing but have not had a reply. Your request for photos is still open on FindAGrave since I was not able to get a definite picture for you. Regards, Zippee
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