I am a math and chemistry teacher, age 50+, married, Santa Clara, California.
I am historian for the Ault Cemetery near the towns of Conifer and Morrison, Jefferson County, Colorado. I am doing lots of work in Mission City Memorial Park in Santa Clara, with more than 6,000 memorial pages created. I am mostly not active these days as I have quite a lot of other things filling my time.
I welcome additional information to add to these memorials. I will transfer management to you for your family and loved ones, if you ask.
AULT CEMETERY Hi MathTeacherGuy, I see your the historian for the Ault Cemetery. I live in Conifer and see a photo request for Albert Cline 1876-1958 Ault Cemetery. I found the cemetery with no problem but didn't get out of the car as it is posted no trespassing. Looks to be on private property. I see you have a memorial page for him. Does he not have a stone ? I see you have no photos. Any info you can share ? Kathy
Perry Ault's book - Oxen to Jet Planes Our libraries in the Denver area no longer have a copy of Mr Ault's book. There was at least one in the 1980's as our society did an index to it which we still have. Any chance of obtaining a copy thru your wife? Liz
Ault cemetery - family etc Greetings again, Thanks for allowing us to use some of your information on our Ault Cemetery site at Foothillsgenealogy.org. I'll check out your flicker photos and possibly might like them for our society files if not for the website. We indexed many books - including "From Oxen to Jet Planes" the index is on our web site Love your attitude of sharing - thanks. Liz FhGS
Your interesting Ault Cem, material Gerald, I took a liberty and added some of your great information for individuals buried in the Ault, Jefferson Co. CO cemetery to the FhGS site. I gave you and the "Mountain Memories" book credit when I used information we did not have. If you object please advise me. I really like sharing information about the people in our counties of interest - Clear Creek, Gilpin, Jefferson and Park. Thanks for all your good work. Hope your visit was enjoyable even though I know it was sad. Liz -- Foothills Genealogy