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|Sabrina D||RE: Emily Ducoing|
You're welcome. Good luck on your searches.
|Sabrina D||Ducoing burials at Holy Cross|
Per your request for a list of people buried with Carolie Elizabeth and John Eugene Ducoing.
They are buried in Section L, Row 48, Graves 51/52, buried here are:
Clara Ducoing, died August 13, 1931 (grave 51)
Joseph V Ducoing, died March 1, 1951 (grave 51)
Josephine E Ducoing, died March 27, 1971 (grave 52)
Elvira Dcoing, died September 23, 1921(grave 52)
Re-interred to this space on Oct 9, 1940 from Mt. Calvary were: (all grave 51)
Elizabeth (Carolie) Ducoing, died July 22, 1891, age 66
Eugene (John) Ducoing, died April 2, 1873, age 59
Catherine C Ducoing, died November 27, 1884, age 5, child of C.F. and E.
Unknown Ducoing died May 5, 1900, age 1 day, child of J.V. and Josephine
|Sabrina D||Emilie Parade at Holy Cross|
Emilie Parade was originally interred at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in San Francisco. The cemetery was closed and the remains were moved to Holy Cross Cemetery in Colma, CA. The remains were buried in one section, and while there are no individual grave markers. There is a memorial is dedicated to them all. I attached the photo of the location. And the caption for the photo has the inscription on the memorial. I have also requested the inscription be added to the marker transcription of the memorial.
On her removal record it states she was 67 years old when she died, and the original plot was purchased by J.V. Ducoing.
|Kathy W||Thomas Nixon|
I finally did get back up to St. Mary's last week. I did get the photo of Thomas Nixon's grave for you. I forgot to look again for Frank Bubash (will get that photo for ypu next time). I did photograph a few other Bubash graves in section p-k. you might want to see if they fit into your genealogy at all.
Added by Kathy W on Jun 23, 2012 10:41 AM
|dan dzurick||RE: Henrietta Spencer Wathey|
Dear Therese, I did not see any other Wathey headstones in the area. Arthur should be next to her-Arthur's plot is 4-71-1-1N and Henrietta is plot 4-71-2-2N. Next visit I will probe if his headstone may have been covered over. The Wathey large stone may have once had names on it but is weathered. Family members may be buried around it as a centered family plot memorial. Thomas is plot 4-71-1-2E, Anna is 4-71-1-4S, Samuel is 4-71-2-1S and Mary is in plot 8-118-W1-1E. There is no cemetery office there so I do not have access to a detailed map. Section 4 is an old section with many weathered/overturned headstones.
|Kathy W||RE: John Matesic|
I'm glad those few photos helped you out so much. Sure next time I'm up that way, I'll be glad to take a picture of the Thomas Nixon grave. The Frank Bubash marker was a bronze military one (WW II, I think). But their are Bubash folks around. I think there was one in my high school class. I'd have to check my yearbook to see which one. I'll photograph that one too next time and keep my eye open for any others.
Added by Kathy W on Oct 18, 2011 9:20 PM
|Kathy W||RE: John Matesic|
You have the correct photo now. Also I created memorials for the Bubas names on the plot and transferred them to you (w/pics). So let me describe. John Matesic was in front and a little to the left of the Bubas graves (you can see the corner of the Bubas plot in the pic. Immediately to the left of John M was a marker for James and Josephine Carroll. Immediately left of that were some Janezich graves. Over to the right the closest grave was a Thomas Nixon. I thought I would mention in case any of those names were of interest. Couldn't tell where the plot began or ended. On my way to the plot, but definitely not part of the same plot was a Frank Bubash.
Added by Kathy W on Oct 17, 2011 11:00 PM
|Kathy W||John Matesic|
Therese, I got the picture of the right John Matesic today. There were some Bubas right there also. I will be in touch when I upload the photos from my camera. Just wanted to let you know,
Added by Kathy W on Oct 15, 2011 4:24 PM
|Mother Miller||RE: Jessie Carrey Siehl and family|
I went to the Woodlawn Cemetery in Norwalk for the first time the other day and didn't find my Herman Ruess, but I did take pictures of a number of Squires gravestones. I just made six memorials for them, and it's possible that #77800118 is Jessie's great uncle Horace?
Like you said, Elizabeth Squires Carrey is a hard woman to nail down! Can't find a death certificate for her – or anything linking her to parents. I believe she was born in Michigan in abt 1853 and died on March 15, 1909 in Norwalk, but I can't find anything saying what cemetery. I did not find her at Woodlawn. Not yet, anyway.
I did find Jessie Rosetta Siehl's death certificate on Family Search, and she is buried in Riverside Cemetery in Cleveland, having died August 3, 1916. Benjamin Siehl died on June 10, 1946 – and it says he was cremated. (nothing about a cemetery.)
Anyway... there are a couple Squires trees at Ancestry.com with lots of photos and other information, but so far there's no way to know where Elizabeth does or does not fit in. I'll let you know if I discover more hints!
|Mother Miller||RE: Elisabeth Siehl|
You're welcome! From the info I've been able to gather, it looks like Benjamin Siehl and wife Jessie Rosetta Carey Siehl may well be buried in Cleveland. Benjamin is a son of Elizabeth Heiland Siehl, wife of Daniel Siehl.
It looks like Elizabeth Squires died in Norwalk in 1909, but I can't find anything saying where she was buried. Are you mostly looking for grave photos, or are you also in need of birth/death dates?
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