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|Susan McKinney Raymond||Eikrem|
I put their photos on the Find A Grave in Salt Lake for more than you asked for. I noticed some descrepencies between what information you had and their headstones you might want to check out.
|Amy Barry||RE: Asper Family|
I got those photos uploaded. You are more than welcome.
|BBW||George Asper (Father and Son)|
Thank you for the links to the Asper family members. Links have been made. Someone else added lovely photographs of the family to the memorials.
Added by BBW on May 06, 2013 7:54 PM
|Bruce Feinauer||Lois Alexander Trumble|
Lois Alexander Trumble is usually shown as born on 5 May 1813. The marriage date shown to Ezra Thompson is the marriage date to her first husband (John Anderson Lowe) which evidently took place in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts
I made the addition to Harold's profile. Just curious - are you related? I created the profile for my wife Shelly who is Harold's youngest daughter.
|Jennifer L||RE: Gladys Laverne Illingworth Lee|
Thank you for all of the Illingworth family that you have entered here on find a grave. it has helped me to find more information on my friend's paternal side of her family, of which she didn't know very much at all about. She will be very excited to be able to learn about her dad's family now :)
|Bronson Gardner||Sally Elizabeth Gwaltney Gruys|
Thank you for the transfer. I truly appreciate it.
|Amy Barry||RE: Heiner Photos|
I loaded those photos for you. Happy to get them.
|Chesnut/Behunin Descendant||RE: HI THERE|
I cannot believe you are growing up before my very eyes.
You had one request a couple of years ago that just had the little plaque? laying on the stone. That is Gone btw. If we took a probe about 2" into the ground we would find SO MANY stones that have been covered by those gophers.
As much snow and as soft as this ground is this year I am curious to see how many we would find. From really early stones to just recent stones.
We have and upright one for my Mom for this purpose. THen you have to be concerned that the equipment will knock it off base. My Dad passed in Nov. The stone is already back in place. Hope the ground does not settle tooo much. He will be below pushing it level. He is that perfect.
I have several ways of feeding birds throughout the winter so I get to hear them all year. I Love it. My 2 dogs have been sinking to their bellies every time they go into the yard. Their kennal they have mushed it down enough. I would love to watch the littly bitty things try to take care of business in 2 feet of snow. I raked some leaves yesterday that were finnally cleared of snow. I left them last for Robins; I hope they will not suffer.
Today would be a good day to get up to the cem. but my son is replacing the brakes on my truck. So some time this week rain and snow permitting I will do retakes.
Thank you for the Mem.
The OFFICE records show 3 SMITH infants.
Birth: 0/0/1916 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
Death: 7/29/1916 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
RACHEL M. SMITH
Death: 11/6/1913 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
Death: 2/5/1920 SALT LAKE CITY,UTAH
Are you the one I remember GRIMM with?
Martin Grimm and Katherine Grim are right next to these babies.
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