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Annie (#46993744)
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Caleta Furrer... oops
Okay, spoke to soon. She is buried with FIVE other people - Annie, Casper, and Louis Furrer, plus Mary Kislingbury and Peter Szukalski. I put info in the caption for you.

Added by Squeak on Sep 02, 2015 12:33 AM
Caleta Furrer photo request, Holy Cross Cemetery, Colma, CA
Hi Annie, long time no talk!

I grabbed a photo of the plot for Caleta Furrer, which I will upload momentarily. She is buried with Louis and Casper, but Casper is the only one with an inscription on a HUGE stone. I saw that you wrote Hans Caster Furrer on your "note", so I took a quick look, and only see him listed in various places as Casper. I see they had four kids as of 1880 (Bella, Josephine, Mary, and Louis) and that Casper was a dairy man. I can't find anything under Hans Furrer or variants.

Added by Squeak on Sep 02, 2015 12:24 AM
Louis Roth
RE: Thank you
thanks Annie
which one was it?
did about 40 yesterday

enjoy the leftovers!!
Added by Louis Roth on Nov 28, 2014 9:56 AM
Gerry Jean
RE: Thank you Gerry
Annie .... welcome as always!
Did you know that I also uploaded photos to Katie (Catherine), Eddie, Ellen, & Jack?
Added by Gerry Jean on Nov 20, 2014 6:18 PM
Gerry Jean
RE: Gerry
Annie .... no, you didn't cause me any grief! I didn't know if the little gremlins were at it again!
Added by Gerry Jean on Nov 06, 2014 8:09 AM
Gerry Jean
RE: Gerry
Ah, c'est la vie!! Next time ....!
Added by Gerry Jean on Nov 03, 2014 11:58 PM
Gerry Jean
RE: Picture
You're very welcome!
Section G2 is one of the easy areas to locate graves.
Added by Gerry Jean on Oct 28, 2014 12:44 PM
RE: The Curtaz family plot
Hi again!

Did a little digging for you. I actually made a memorial in the Holy Cross Colma cemetery for Otto, if you want to go look there and do a photo request.

I see now that Agatha was born in 1855 in Switzerland and immigrated to the US in either 1876 or 1880. Right before she died, she was living with Louisa (and her husband and kids in Hillsborough), who's married name in Ruegg. She is also probably buried at Holy Cross, but there are two Louisa's list and I am not sure which one is which, plus her middle initial in a few places is listed as J. Louisa's husband was Joseph B Ruegg and was 2 years younger (probably) than Louisa. Joseph B Ruegg is also probably at Holy Cross since the one listed there died in 1969.

I think Louisa was born after 1880 since she is not listed on the 1880 census, though Eliza was listed as a newborn in that same 1880 census. I can't seem to find much else on Eliza, though. I will take a look again later. Hope this helps so far, anyhow!



Added by Squeak on Sep 28, 2014 10:55 AM
Lee Strom
RE: William J. Karp
California Death Index 1940-1997 lists a William Maximilianjo Karp born 20 Jul 1908 and died 2 May 1979 in Sanoma, CA. There aren't a ton of cemeteries in Sonoma county so you might check there.
Added by Lee Strom on Sep 27, 2014 6:07 PM
Richard Stauff
Furrer family
Albert and his wife Anita and many Furrer relatives are laid to rest at Santa Cruz Memorial Park in the old Mausoleum, rather than the IOOF cemetery in Boulder Creek, CA. I contacted the memorial's manager. Glad to help!
Added by Richard Stauff on Sep 22, 2014 6:51 PM
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