|Kent Gardiner (#47125415)|
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Kent is an avid family historian. He has an extensive website with hundreds of names. Each person has their own webpage which is filled with stories, biographies, photos, videos, newspaper articles and primary source documents. This can all be found at GatheringGardiners@blogsplot.com|
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you can view all the people at deceasedonline. You can view for free, then if you find a family member, you can pay a small fee and download burial records. The incorrect information this particular person has downloaded for the most part is incorrect and incomplete. Happy hunting.
Added by Pixturmn on Feb 05, 2015 10:40 PM
You are quite welcome for the transfers.
Find A Grave has turned out to be a great hobby for me, and should give me something to do for many years to come. I'm sure glad they came up with the automated editing system when they did--otherwise I would probably have had to just transfer to anybody who had info to add. But with that automated system most days it probably only takes about an hour overall to keep caught up.
|RobMinteer57||Mary Scott in Billings, MT|
The Yellowstone County cemetery Website does show her death date as June 22, and that she was a widow, born in Scotland, and died of a brain hemorrhage. Let me know if you want me to transfer her to you.
|Paul Bailey-Gates||RE: Lucero|
I believe the son is buried there as well. Again, no marker.
|Judi Armstrong-Skyles||August Weinert|
Hi, I just did a picture for August Wienert. There is a grave for Marie Wienert Groves next to it. Could this be the Marie that you are looking for? August is there with a different spelling.
|M Waite||RE: Amos Cox|
Amos Cox lived in Fremont County, in the 1860's, just NW of the Morman settlement, Manti. He was the first driver for the stage that serviced this area. The original house, that was next to the stage barn, is still there. Most of Manti moved (lock, stock, and building) to Fair Oaks (name later changed to Shenandoah) around 1870.
Added by M Waite on Dec 12, 2013 2:10 PM
are you tied into the cox lines also?
|Eagles Nest||Margaret G. Ottley|
Your are most welcome.
|William Lyman||Robert Layton|
Below is a web page address that will show you who is in graves near Robert Layton in SLC Cemetery.
|Stuart Strout Woodside Skolfield||Vera Hastings 103316028|
I cannot remove this photo only the person who added it can remove it. I notified him.
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