|Patrick Smith (#47031049)|
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Born Chicago, Illinois in 1944. Moved to California in 1949. I have been researching my Genealogy for the last seven years.|
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|Vita Brevis||Re: Stephen & Margaret O'Neil|
Greetings Patrick - How are you related? Regardless of whether I transfer or not you should remove your duplicates.
|Thinkin' about Lincoln||Re: George & Mary Kraus|
You're welcome! Yes, I remember our earlier contact. Since George (at least; Mary too, I think) is located in Catholic Cemetery's Section S (known as "sg, pg" in the online database), they could tell me that he was in that section, but not *where* in there (because of some lost records--and it's pretty big). So, I just had to eventually stumble across it, which of course I finally did. :) Cheers! --'Lincoln'
|CRob||RE: Leslie Bennett|
NP it happens. I updated them both. Have a Merry Xmas and a Happy new Years.
Added by CRob on Dec 26, 2011 12:46 PM
Patrick, You have a duplicate memorial for Leslie. His original 1 was done in 2000 #355433.
Added by CRob on Dec 24, 2011 7:38 PM
Added by Marla on Oct 18, 2011 12:30 AM
|LU||Davidson's at St Joseph's|
There is an Anna 1867-1941 with Thomas at St Joseph's. On the opposite side of the same stone as Thomas and Anna is the surname of Gerling with the first name of Marie 1907-1931. If you would like pictures for Anna and Marie, please create memorials and let me know.
Added by LU on Oct 08, 2011 8:49 PM
|PJMom||RE: Walter Ryan|
Not sure if my earlier message was sent or not. Anyway, it was my pleasure to photo this for you. Have a great week! PW
Added by PJMom on Sep 22, 2011 2:49 PM
|PJMom||RE: Walter Ryan|
My pleasure. Have a great day.
Added by PJMom on Sep 22, 2011 2:32 PM
|Thinkin' about Lincoln||Edith May Davidson Gardner|
Hi, Patrick. How certain are you that Edith is actually buried at South Park/Annex? I now see that this is a *very, very* well-documented and photographed cemetery, and seeing that she doesn't appear on http://whitleycountyin.org/cem22.htm -- If she's not on there, and she's actually buried at South Park, then I can confidently say that she doesn't have a stone to photograph. I *may* take a peek out there just for giggles, but I may not (it's like 20 miles away)...
|mlf||RE: Nina McPhilips nee Stuhl|
Sure, no problem.
Added by mlf on Sep 01, 2011 11:01 AM
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