|Sunnie Reid-Christenson (#47080867)|
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My grandmother "Belle" works so hard on our family history that I walked into her footstep ever since I was a kid. Most of the graves in my list are my family members so if you see any incorrect information or want to add spouse/kids/parents link, please feel welcome to let me know.|
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|Bugshagen||RE: Crystal Lake|
I would be happy to look them up in the office...but can't guarantee a date. Please be patient. The weather has not been cooperating.
Added by ProgBase on Jun 22, 2013 8:27 AM
|Bugshagen||RE: Photo requests at Crystal Lake|
Please call the office at Crystal Lake Cemetery to add the Section, Lot & grave # to your request. They only do 5 at a time for free on site. Telephone (612)521-7619
Hi! I was doing some family history research and I think we might be related! I saw that you left a comment on a Frank Hastings memorial page referring to him as your uncle. His father (Frank Hastings Sr.) is my grandfather.
|Candace Young-Mayo||Chris Christenson|
Chris was friends with our friend Gilbert(who passed away last month) and we had met him at Gilbert's house. They shared their memories of the Marine Corps and steam-driven log haulers.
Are you related?
|Robert Fitch||RE: Old George Creek Cemetary|
The George's Creek Cemetery does not have anyone to take care of it. It sites on the hill side in the woods just off Hawes Dr. There are a lot of unmaked graves. My mothers family is also buried there but most have unmarked graves. Her madin name was Hawes. I took pics of most of the the graves. Not sure if I got all of them.
|Patricia Kelly-Burton||RE: Helen Nelson|
Hi Sunnie -
No other information on her. I just located her grave from the cemetery's administrative office, followed their directions to the headstone and then took the photo.
Ancestry.com would be the place to find information on relatives (I haven't done it yet myself on my own family history, but have heard that the site is wonderful (it's about $50 for the month, so if you do it, do all you can in that one month before another charge is asked).
Tricia Souders, Fullerton, Calif.
|Candace Young-Mayo||Obituary for Chris|
Could you please add this obituary to Chris's entry. He was a good guy and he's missed here in Arizona. His memorial # 34347097
Published: Wednesday, October 29, 2003 12:00 AM CST in the Arizona Range News, Willcox, Cochise, Arizona.
"Gary 'Chris' Martin Christenson 1926-2003
Gary 'Chris' Martin Christenson of Willcox died Oct. 24, 2003 in Tucson at the age of 76. He was born in Willcox on Dec. 30, 1926. For the last six years Chris lived part time in Willcox and California.
He served in the U.S. Marine Corps and was a retired engineer for the U.S. Government. Chris was a member of the Willcox Elks Lodge #2131, American Legion Post 291 of Newport Beach, Calif., Masonic Lodge of Newport Beach, Calif. and the Antique Gas and Steam Engine Museum. In 1996 in Anaheim, Calif. he married Joyce Dwyer.
Survivors include his wife Joyce of Willcox; sons Glenn (Monica) of Costa Mesa, Calif. and David of Oxnard, Calif. Also surviving are his sisters Jean (Harold) Inman of San Simon, and Wilma Myrehn of Chino Valley, Calif.; and neice Martha (Gene) Prendergast of Willcox. Preceding him in death was his daughter Carla, and his parents, Julius Christenson and Allene Grout.
Memorial Services will be held on Sunday, Nov. 2, at 11 a.m. at the Willcox Elks Lodge. Cremation was conducted at Westlawn Crematorium. Contributions may be made to the American Heart Assoc., 5325 East Pima, Tucson, Ariz., 85712-3631
|Carolyn||RE: Loyd R. Hastings|
I love the pictures and the write up.
Added by Carolyn on Jun 12, 2010 5:18 PM
|Connie WEEAKS Pace||Robert Fisher|
Sunnie, I linked Robert to his parents. I notice they are at the Kingsland Cemetery. I was a Weeaks and I relate to all the Weeaks' at the Kingsland Cemetery.
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