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Bluzcat (#46999545)
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Beverly Jo
Alexander Laughlin Smith
I was told by another cousin that Alex enlisted during WWII and died in combat. Can't find any confirmation of this online. Do you know anything from the family about this?
Would like to add it if true...
Beverly Jo
Added by Beverly Jo on Jun 12, 2016 12:32 PM
Martin Burrell
Christopher Allyn Mentrum

I fully agree with you. Plagiarism is no laughing matter and he does it with other materials, like obits. You don't need to feel bad about what you said to him.

I left a cautionary message for him. Maybe he will stop and reconsider his actions before Find A Grave cancels his membership.... they do do it without remorse.

Thank you for speaking up.

Good day, Martin Burrell

Added by Martin Burrell on Jan 13, 2016 9:02 AM
RE: Pezeley
Bluzcat, thank you!
Added by RJ on May 21, 2014 8:04 PM
Hi Bluzcat, I believe fulfilled a photo request for you in the spring for John George Pezely in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. I have now located his parents in the same cemetery, created memorials, and was hoping you would link John George to them. His father was Paul Pezely Find A Grave 114473999, his mother was Manda (Amanda) Pezely Find A Grave 114473903. Hope this helps out your research!
Added by RJ on Jul 27, 2013 7:01 PM
Laurie Jackson Bishop
RE: Frank Rolfe Lind Jr
Hi Carol! I just saw your message about Allyn Lind. Are you talking about the baby of Robert & Doris Lind that has the same birth & death date? If so, I had never heard about this child! I only ever knew of my Mom, Uncle Mike & my Aunt C. I asked my Mother about the child & as far as she knows, the baby was stillborn, & that there wasn't a grave for the baby. Sounds like it was not something that was ever discussed. So, I guess there's no need to make a memorial for the poor little baby! Actually, I will ask my Aunt C if she knows any other information about it. I will let you know if I am able to find out anything else.

Yes, my Auntie Leah is a great Genealogist! Most of what I have for my Lind lines came from her! I love her dearly & am so grateful for all of her hard work!

I'm not sure if I've told you this yet, but I feel you should know. I am not able to do much active Genealogy work these days, as I have illnesses that have become bad enough to make me be bedridden. With all of the problems I have, I am very limited as to what & how much I am able to do. It makes me so sad! But that is why I didn't see your message for much too long! I apologize for the delay! I hope all is going well for you in your life & research! Hugs & love, Laurie
Added by Laurie Jackson Bishop on May 28, 2013 4:44 PM
Terri Snyder Satchwell
Lind and Extended Families
May I use the pictures you have posted on Find A Grave for our family members on my tree at I would, of course, give you credit for the photos.
Terri Snyder Satchwell
Added by Terri Snyder Satchwell on May 16, 2013 8:36 AM
More Pezely's?
I found a few more Pezely in the Mt. Calvary Cemetery. They are George (1888-1938) and Ika (1890-1972). I don't think they are on Find A Grave so I'll make a memorial for them, but wanted to let you know, in care they fit into your family tree somewhere.
Added by RJ on May 09, 2013 9:03 PM
Sorry about the multiple messages, I fulfilled your photo request for Louis Romano as well.
Added by RJ on Apr 13, 2013 5:41 PM
Sorry about that, there is already a memorial for the other John I found! I added the picture to his memorial. Sometimes I get ahead of myself!
Added by RJ on Apr 13, 2013 5:34 PM
Hi, RJ again. I fulfilled your two other requests for Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Salt Lake, for John and Josephine Pezely. They share a stone. I have additional pictures, if you'd like them. There were quite a few flowers around, including two potted mini-daffodils. I moved them for the pictures but returned them as soon as I was done. To the left of the stone was a flat stone, reading "John P. Pezely", b. Nov 4, 1948 d. Dec 9, 2007, Loving husband, father, grandfather, and friend." I don't know how/if he fits into the Pezely tree, but if you'd like to make a memorial for him, let me know. Or I can, either way. I have a picture to upload to it.
Added by RJ on Apr 13, 2013 5:33 PM
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