|bouiev||Charles Hopkins headstone|
My brother and I located the headstone of Charles Hopkins in the Fillmore Cemetery on June 4, 2014. I have a photo that I took of it if you would like me to send it to you.
It says: Charles A Hopkins
PVT Co E Mormon Battalion
Feb 20 1810 Oct 11 1863
It looks as if it is a new addition to the cemetery and is in a group with one or two other members of the Mormon Battalion as I recall.
Added by bouiev on Aug 25, 2014 3:31 AM
The records for this memorial do match the Murray Cemetery records and death cert. The Utah State Historical Society doesn't really keep track of headstones rather they keep records of the burials themselves. Many of the older records are not accurate or are only partial.
In addition to the message I left you for William I show he is buried in plot A_3_4_1E at City.
Added by Anne on Oct 01, 2013 6:26 PM
In regards to the memorial 128260 for WM James I looked this one up and this WM was born August 1840 and died March 1925. I did look up the William James with the 1839-1908 dates and it states he was buried in (Salt Lake) City Cemetery I don't find a listing anywhere for him as being buried in Murray Cemetery.
Added by Anne on Oct 01, 2013 6:19 PM
|Schott Family||RE: Charles Hopkins|
In the utah burials records.
There is one Charles Hopkins who died in 1863 listed as buried at Fillmore Cemetery. The birth date listed there is incorrect, but since we know he died in 1863 I believe this to be the correct location.
|Jeffrey Hopkins||RE: Charles Hopkins|
I am sorry, I do not have that information. Maybe try sending the creator of the page a message and see if they might have further info. Sorry...
|Tonia Hunt Ashdown||Margeret Ellen Pendleton|
Margeret Ellen Pendleton Birth was 24 Sep 1876 in Parowan Iron, Utah
|Bonnie Jean||Ray Ashdown|
Memorial now transferred to you! Sorry about the delay in getting it there.
|LeRoy & Marie||Milda Ashdown|
Thank you for adding Milda's headstone picture. I am researching her mother's Segler family and noticed that her picture was missing.
It was my pleasure to pass on the Ashdown family to you. May your continued research be fruitful.