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DJMP (#47176013)
 member for 7 years, 24 days
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Bio Photo My nephew, Jason O'Driscoll, hooked me up on this website. I've enjoyed genealogy (collecting things others have done), for a long long time. I work full time so don't have the time needed to do a lot of cemetery searching but will help when I can. It is exciting to find headstones of people we know. We have always lived in Utah so meeting people from other areas will be exciting and I'll be glad to help when I can.
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RE: Joseph Evans Headstone
Thank you so much. Kaye
Added by kaeh on Sep 19, 2016 12:18 PM
Love My Ancestors
Joseph Evans
I wish I could adjust the headstone, however, even though it is my memorial I cannot take the headstone off. Only the person who put the headstone picture on can take it off. I know - it's crazy - but that is the way that they have the system. So you will need to contact Kathy Hamaker to get it off. Sorry.
Added by Love My Ancestors on Sep 19, 2016 9:44 AM
Joseph Evans Headstone
Thank you for Joseph's death certificate. I am afraid it is the headstone that is wrong, not the death certificate. I have a copy of his birth from a Church Record and it says: Joseph Evans was born in Spanish Fork, UT 9 Apr 1880, son of William and Jane Thomas Evans.
Added by kaeh on Sep 12, 2016 8:33 PM
Tonie Alldredge Miller
RE: Emma Pratt
Thank you kindly!!!
Added by Tonie Alldredge Miller on Aug 28, 2016 10:05 PM
Marco Scavo
Giuseppe Maria "Joseph" Bonacci
I will add some biographical information to his memorial to clarify this. My apologies for not having already done so. This is a family member.

He was born Giuseppe Maria Bonacci. This was a common name in southern Italy at the time. It means Joseph and Mary. For males, it was only used as a middle name. Anyway, he was called Joe or Joseph by English speakers.

The DOB used on his death certificate was incorrect. The DOB in the memorial is based on his civil birth registration in Decollatura, Catanzaro, Calabria, Italy.
Added by Marco Scavo on Aug 20, 2016 7:01 PM
jami bujnowski
Battista Tarro
Hello, Thank you so much for the photos of the Helper Cemetery site. I am confused though, as you mentioned a trench in both photos (which I do not see in one) and I see different graves in the photos. In the photo with the tall stone to the left and a long worn area to the right- I understand that the grave would be to the left of the long worn area. In the photo of the flat stone in the center are the empty spots that you refer to to the right of that stone, as I do not see said trench- worn area? I take it the you took the photo from both sides of said trench? Should I change the plot numbers? Thank you again, I really appreciate your time.
Added by jami bujnowski on Jul 24, 2016 9:21 AM
Cynthia Gaufin
J. Worthen's headstone photo
Dear DJMP,
Thank you so very much for posting the photo of the Worthen headstone. I really appreciate all the time and effort you put in as a volunteer for findagrave. I am so grateful for your help,
Cynthia Gaufin
Added by Cynthia Gaufin on Jun 01, 2016 4:36 PM
cathlene Gillespie Barrett Smith
Dan Gillespie
Thank you so much for finding and putting a picture up of my dad's headstone -it means so much to me.
Added by cathlene Gillespie Barret... on May 28, 2016 4:50 PM
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 91413775
Hey not a do a lot and there is a lot to remember and we are only human....but you are one of those that go the extra mile and I do want to thank you for all you do.

FYI...I find it a great help is to check the Utah
State Archives website and they have a listing of all deaths in Utah. And the Utah State Historical Society also has great information on cemetery and those who are buried in Utah cemeteries. Both sites are very easy to use and also helpful. Also Family Search is a great help too....but again I assume you know all about this....but with all those Italian, Greek and other immigrant last name can be a nightmare.

Best Wishes to you...........
Added by Francios on May 03, 2016 3:17 PM
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 91413775
You have the spelling wrong it is Angotti Baby and not Ariotti Baby. I have found the death certificate of the Angotti Baby.

Series: 81448
Person Who Died
Alternate Spelling:
Death Date: 29 April 1927
Age: 000
County: CARBON

Added by Francios on May 03, 2016 2:06 PM
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