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|Garth Woodward||Fred Walker|
Hi. here is the note I attached to the photo, and I will ask Christina to add this note to the main paqe of the memorial.
There is no gravestone. All of the gravestones in this section have been photographed and added to Find A Grave. The plot numbers have almost all sunk into the ground and the location of the plot cannot be easily determined.
This one has a wedding notice for Mr and Mrs Frank Fewtrell's only daughter Irene.
Added by Roslein on May 12, 2014 9:16 AM
|Roslein||The Fewtrell plot|
I am not sure if I should upload the photos I have for the Fewtrell plot to Louise's memorial because I think you are probably right that Louise and Emma are the same person. I did a quick google search and came up with a death notice for Frank:
you have to scroll through the OCR text to find it.
Let me know if I should upload the photos or not. This would not be the first time that the cemetery has made duplicate entries for the same person.
Added by Roslein on May 12, 2014 9:07 AM
|Roslein||Emma and Frank Fewtrell|
Unfortunately there weren't stones for either of the Fewtrells at the Fewtrell Phillips plot. I checked under the leaves just in case.
Added by Roslein on May 11, 2014 11:08 PM
|Our Oakland||RE: Thanks!|
You're welcome! You gave very good instructions on where to find it, which is important given the size and labyrinthine nature of the main mausoleum at Mountain View. For me it was an excuse to go explore the mausoleum, where I haven't spent much time before.
I'll post the pics to the other memorials. I have a different closeup of Hubert and Walter's side.
|Frances Allen Titsworth||RE: Charley T Hudson|
Sorry, I don't know anything about Charley Hudson. I just photographed the cemetery. I did look on Ancestry.com, but I didn't see anything that looked like it matched him.
|TimelessSpirits||RE: John Reasor|
No relation. Somebody posted a memorial for John Reasor with absolutely no information and I thought he deserved some research. So.....I did some research and emailed everything I could find to the person (Michelle) who had the memorial and she posted it. I then created a memorial for one of his daughters and linked her to him and I asked Michelle to link another daughter to him. Are you trying to find info on John or one of his children?
|Melissa C.||RE: Calvin Vernon Rose Sr|
Hello! My line goes from my mom to Calvin to Charles to George and Josephine. I'm not sure which pictures you are asking about. The only ones I have seen for them are the headstone photos that you contributed here on findagrave. Thank you for that! I have some pics of some of their children,grandchildren, etc. on my ancestry.com page. I'm pretty sure my tree is set to allow sharing of all of those if you want them. Some of those were personal family photos and some I got from others on ancestry.com. How are you descended from George and Josephine? I am always happy to find cousins, and always happy to share whatever info I have! Again, thanks for all of your contributions to findagrave!
You have a photo request posted for John Reasor and I've been trying to find his grave for you for quite awhile, but without success, as he is not listed in the cemetery records, and neither is his wife. BUT....I just discovered that my memorial for Bertha Viola Harris, also buried in Highland Cemetery, was their daughter, and it may be that John and Lottie are buried near her. I'll search there in the next week or so. If you want a photo of her stone too, go ahead and post a request. Thanks.
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||Sgt Leo R. Hickman|
Sgt Leo R. Hickman was a soldier in Company E 180th Infantry Regiment 45th Infantry Division. He was killed in Sicily on 15 July 1943 during the so-called operation Husky.
He was first buried in the 180th Regimental cemetery # 2 on 16 July 1943. After two weeks his remains were exhumed and reburied in the temporary American cemetery GELA on Sicily in grave F-64-764 date of burial was 7 August 1943.
After the war his remains were repatriated and buried in a cemetery in the United States.
I am writing a book about this GELA cemetery, where over 1,200 men and women were buried, who were killed in Sicily in July-August 1943.
Can I have your permission to use the picture you took of his grave, of course you will be credited and notified when the book is finished
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