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|BrideyLight||William A. and Alva Dawson, Sunset Memorial Park Eureka, CA|
Dear Wick: Glad I could assist you with the Dawson photographs as well as the re-interment of William O. Dawson. Was his wife with him at the other cemetery? Hope they are resting together. :) William and Alva certainly have a special place to rest. Audible in the distance is the wave buoy of Humboldt Bay and there is a horse ranch just outside of the cemetery's gate where young people ride horses daily. Restful indeed.... Did you get the Edits I sent for the Dawsons? Please check the EDITS tab on your member page. Your Edit tab is with the other tabs across the top of your member page, and many members do not yet know it is there. You will note that in these edits I have included GPS coordinates for your Dawsons. Once you process those edits, you will be able to click on the blue GPS link on their memorial pages, select for "satellite" view, and go directly to their final resting place. Kind regards, Bridey Light
|BrideyLight||William Alan and Alva Dawson -- Good news!|
Dear Wick: I have the grave addresses for William Alan Dawson and Alva Dawson. They are in Sunset Memorial Park, Eureka, CA. I will take their photographs for you soon. Kind regards, Bridey Light, Humboldt County, CA
|Brad York||RE: Re: Charles Titus|
Thank you for the links. I guess I should thankyou for the transfer too. I didn't need it, but thanks.
|Donna Fitch||George Edgar Valder|
I have made the changes you requested. If this is your family I would be happy to transfer. My connection to the Valders is George Ely Valder married my grand aunt. I don't know if they are connected to this George.
|Bruce Brown||Brown Ancestry|
Good Morning, I was going through the internet this morning and came upon my Great Great Grandfathers headstone photos Silas Swift Brown and my tree goes like this:
My Father John D. Brown, his Father my Grandfather Leo Earl Brown. Leo's Father my Great Grandfather Earl W. Brown. Earl's Father being Silas Swift Brown my Great Great Grandfather and his Father Dean Swift Brown. It's ironic that I found that Harry Leslie Brown lost his life in the Civil War only a few miles from where I lived in Dallas, Ga.
We had just recently buried my Uncle Arden Leo Brown in Ohio by Indian Lake, he farmed for years and was 98 when he passed away. I have some older Family photos if anyone is interested I can email them to you. Have a Great Christmas and may God Bless you all. Bruce Brown
|Anita D.||RE: Re: Bert Hayes Brown|
You are most Welcome!
Added by Anita D. on Jul 15, 2013 8:08 AM
|Donna Fitch||RE: Re: Armin Lee & Florence Derrick|
Thank you. I have a lot of family in this cemetery. Some of them you have transferred to me before. As I have time I am trying to add information to these sites. Thanks, again.
|WMVAN||RE: Rosa & Frank Alderman|
Thanks, Wick, for kind and generous transfer. Bill
Added by WMVAN on Jul 01, 2013 8:21 PM
|Karen Hill||Bertha Robley|
Gee, many thanks for the transfer although it was not necessary. It was a nice surprise though.
Thank you for the transfers of Mattie and Isaac. Their grandson, Kenneth, was killed during WW2 and I thought it would be good to locate his family.
I suspect that Kenneth's father, (and Isaac and Mattie's son) Elwood, is buried in the cemetery with his parents. I know he died in Burt County in 1929, but so far no sign of him.
So ... if you happen to come across any info on Elwood (1895-1929), I would appreciate it if you would please let me know.
Added by Sheila on Jun 12, 2013 3:17 AM
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