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1-ALMOST ALL memorials managed and/or created by me are of genealogically related persons. Of the memorials that are of genealogical relatives, Almost ALL of them are either DIRECT Relatives, spouses of DIRECT relatives, or siblings of DIRECT Relatives.
*Because of this, I would like to keep most of the memorials I have created and/or am managing.
*However, I do have a virtual cemetery titled "WILLING TO TRANSFER", which includes a list of the memorials of INDIRECT relatives under my management...as well as memorials of NON-RELATED persons in local cemeteries that I have created memorials for. I am more than happily willing to transfer these memorials.
2-If you have edits or suggestions, please do not hesitate to let me know. I would like to make sure my family memorials are as correct and complete as possible.
3-If you are researching someone whose memorial I have created or am managing, and you also have this person as a relation by blood or marriage, please contact me so that we can exchange information.
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Hi, Long time since we "chatted". Saw this new add at Mt. View in WA. Thought you might be related. Hope so. Take care.
Zatkovich, Florence Mae 126271461
b. May 17, 1917 d. Dec. 18, 1990
|Liane||RE: Al & Ann Zatkovich|
You are most welcome.
Added by Liane on Oct 17, 2012 7:31 PM
|Shirley Angel||Thank you|
I am the great great granddaughter of Mary's brother James Brown.
Thank you for all the work that you have done for our family!
|Shirley Angel||James Brown|
I noticed that you have used several pictures from the Ancestors and Descendants of James Brown & Isabella Dick Vol. 1. How are you related to the Browns?
|Robert Brager||Dorothy Surara|
I don't know if you've attained any finality re: your search, but:
I have a friend who is a removal technician. He has told me that what is generally the case when a person is unclaimed (I'm using a broad definition of unclaimed, so bear with me) and they are cremated, the cremated remains are stored at the funeral home for a period of many years. The funeral home where he works has cremated remains going back decades... again, according to him.
If your great-grandmother were cremated and unclaimed, it is possible the funeral home where this was done still has her remains.
|Rod Morken||RE: Beva Vanderhoof|
Beva's younger sister, Lenore, was my paternal grandmother. I descend from her first marriage to Cornelius Allen Manney. When my dad was about 3-3 years of age Allen Manney disappeared. She married Everett Morken and my dad took his step-father's surname. Thanks for adding the information.
|Robert Brager||No need, that's them|
I know their names and I pretty much knew the answer when I asked. What I'm trying to do with my genealogical research nowadays is to acquire more than one source before committing to a conclusion...
... this was necessitated by my false report of your great-grandmother's final resting place (again, sorry about that). I've also been more careful in my note-taking, making sure now to record the source if I find it in a public facility, ie, not online.
Your talk with the twins interests me. I'm usually too timid to directly talk with people. I'm always afraid people will react negatively to my inquiries. What astounds me about this Toporke family is the lack of personal correspondence and photographs. We really regret not asking Warren any questions while he was alive. Now, the people from that time period who are left have dwindled to so very little. I'd love to talk to Margaret Surara, as she appears to be about it, but I'm going to assume that's not a possibility.
|Robert Brager||I Try To Be a Completist, So I Have to Ask...|
Are these the twins born in San Francisco in 1951?
I'm sorry to hear Margaret is in a home and not doing so well. Frank's daughter Betty isn't doing so well either. As I understand, she was diagnosed with a terminal illness ten years ago, but has miraculously managed to hold on all these years. It hasn't been easy for her.
My wife forwarded the photograph of Martin and Verna to Verna's great-grandson, Rob. Thank you for that.
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