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Oz (#46967402)
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Susan Wiley
RE: Pinney markers
Thank you so much for offering to look for the Hudson and Orcutt stones when you are able to go to Maury Cemetery. I appreciate so much all of the volunteers that take photos. Susan
Added by Susan Wiley on Nov 18, 2013 11:28 AM
Susan Wiley
Pinney markers
Thanks so much for the photos. I do not know the names of others in the family. I am researching the Wiley family. Lillie Maud Hudson Pinney's mother was the sister of my husband's great-grandfather, Watson Wilson Wiley. I have 7 Hudson and 2 Orcutt stones that I would love to have photos of that are in Maury Cemetery if you ever go there. Susan
Added by Susan Wiley on Nov 11, 2013 4:45 PM
RE: Herman Schmidt
Added by cully on Mar 03, 2013 7:56 PM
RE: Herman Schmidt
But you don't know who the person submitting the request was?
Added by cully on Mar 03, 2013 5:39 PM
Herman Schmidt
You posted some photos of his grave in Hollywood cemetery--do you know something about him, or were you doing it for someone else? I'm asking because I found a bunch of letters to and from him from the 1880s. I would like to get in touch with someone who has an interest in him or his family.
Added by cully on Mar 03, 2013 3:36 PM
Hebrew Cemetery Photos
Thank you very much for fulfilling my request for the Gans markers. They were well done and I appreciate the time you gave to help me.

Happy New Year,

Added by Roberta on Dec 23, 2012 6:46 PM
Betty Meisel
Gay Meisel Head stone
Thank you so much for the picture showing the grave site for Gay Meisel. I send you my sincere meant so much!
Added by Betty Meisel on Feb 23, 2010 10:04 AM
Christie Trapp
Annie Curtis Doggett
Thanks for the photo of her tombstone. My husband and I were watching a movie at home the other night and at the end of the movie Richard Gere was walking out of the cemetery after burying the Jackal with Sidney Poitier and they walked right past her tombstone. Of course, the cemetery wasn't called by its real name, but we were able to find the name on Find A Grave so we knew we had the right one. Bruce Willis was the Jackal. As you can see, the movie was called The Jackal -- no, not The Day of the Jackal, that's a totally different movie.

The problem we had with the ending of the movie is that they seemed to have pieced this cemetery together with other areas as we went on Google earth to find the railroad tracks and the tall buildings that one sees at the end of the movie after they walk out of the cemetery and go across the street -- the layout on google doesn't show this. That's creative license I suppose. Thought this was an interest piece of trivia about Annie's grave. I think she might have been thrilled to be in the movies!
Added by Christie Trapp on Jan 18, 2010 11:27 PM
Thank you... again!
Thank you for all of the photos you took at Hollywood cemetery. Also many thanks for all the nearby ones that I hadn't requested - all your help is very much appreciated!
Added by Agate on Jan 11, 2010 11:40 AM
Thank you!
Thank you for the photos of the Chittums and the Schmidts at Hollywood Cemetery!
Added by Agate on Dec 14, 2009 3:26 PM
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