|Anne Gutierrez (#47520602)|
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I love travelling, teaching, and gardening. I have enjoyed exploring my family history for a number of years. This site has made it possible to view my family's grave sites in other states. So I'm always happy to share and help others with their own family tree.|
**When I receive a photo request, I photograph and put up memorials for others found nearby in the cemetery. If you find a memorial for one of your family members and you would like to have management transferred to you, please email me so I can give them over to the care of their families. If you want another photograph taken of the grave-site, please email me and let me know.**
~~"Death is but crossing the world, as friends do the seas; they live in one another still." William Penn~~
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|First Families of America||Hello|
May I get an udate for Emmagene Ritter Memorial# 74037678 Thank you very much!
|Dennis Harmsen||Petersen Plot|
Hello Anne! Not sure if I asked this question before, but was there a Elizabeth E. Petersen buried with her husband, Christian P. Petersen in or near his plot of Block B Lot 276? Elizabeth had remarried to Marion Rosedahl, so her name had changed. Thanks for any help.
Hi, I have a 1980s picture of Carmen and her 4 sisters that should be added, can I send it to you? Thanks
|Michel||Dayton Oregon IOOF Cemetery|
Here is something else I just found out from the cemetery manager, Ken Gould. He went out to the Thomas' graves area to probe for a cement entombment in a space in the Thomas section, looking for the unmarked grave of James H Thomas, Birth date October 31, 1888 and death December 3, 1956. He did find that after watering the ground and probing that there is a burial between the stones for William Thomas and Francis/Perry Thomas. He surmised that this is the grave of James H. Thomas. Can you please add this information to the record for James H. Thomas:
Unmarked grave; however cemetery manager's ground probe in September 2014 indicates there is a burial between the marked graves of William Thomas and that of Francis/Perry Thomas. This unmarked burial is likely to be that of James H. Thomas.
Added by Michel on Sep 06, 2014 11:08 AM
|Russ Nixon||Roy & Sylvia Crone Grave Photos|
Thank you so much for the photos of Roy & Sylvia Crone's graves. I truly appreciate you taking the time to photograph them. I'm in Indiana and at my age will likely never get out to California to see their graves in person so the photos you took are priceless to me. Thanks again!!
Just looked and saw the pictures you put on. Didn't realize when I sent the other message that you had taken any pictures! At least I can see where he is. Thanks, Sandra
|SandraMunyon||RE: Jack Michelson|
Thank you so much. Sorry I sent you on a wild good chase. Wonder how long it takes to put the name on??? Will look forward to picture when it comes. Sandra
|nancy robison||RE: Herbert J Wilson|
Thank you. I have to find them all first!
|nancy robison||Herbert J Wilson|
I don't think I thanked you. I do very much appreciate that you went and took photos of Herbert and Hilma's headstones. I have since found out the whole line of Herbert and Hilma's family are buried at Live Oak. Guess I will be asking for more later!!
Thanks so much, Nancy
|Bonnie Huish||RE: Everett Harris|
Oh dear... I will check after I return from a family gathering. I am running late and about to shut down computer since sun is also in my eyes. Chat later! Thanks, Bonnie
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