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|Secret-Majora||Matthew D. Howard's Urn Location|
I know where my dad's urn is.
His family told me sometime ago that his urn was buried with Shirley (his mom).
|Janis Hendrick||John Calvin Atchison b 1922|
Hi Chief - I see you entered some memorials for the Atchison family in Marissa, St. Clair Co Illinois. Wondering if you are related, or know the family there. I am looking for a relative or descendant of the Xenophan Earl Atchison / Ethel Atchison family that may have a photo of their son Marine John Calvin Atchison b. 23 Feb 1922 in Sparta. This family moved to St. Louis. John went to service in 1940, and was on USS Arizona when it went down Dec 7 1941. I know that John had a sister named Jacqueline but I have been unable to find much about her. Xenophan "Earl" Atchison's father was Richard Watson Atchison, mother Mary J. Hendricks. Siblings of Xenophan are buried in St. Clair County. Our gen society here in MN are working on a project for a memorial to soldiers who lost their lives on USS Arizona.
Janis Hendrick [no relation to Mary J. that I know of]
|Timothy Tumbrink||Patn. Amiel Stephen Cueto|
Chief, Thank you for the photo. I wasn't aware that you had gone by. I am sorry for the delay in my response in thanking you.
On another note, I'm trying to locate the burial location of a Officer Bernard T. Cook, Saint Louis Police Department, killed in the Line of Duty in 1922 in St. Louis. Would you by chance any "any" connections to see if he's buried anywhere in or around Alton or in any other county close by. I'm getting the run around from the various cemeteries. The death certificate from Missouri says he's in the cemetery listed. I was thinking you would have access to people that could check burial permits in the state of Illinois'.
Stay safe Sir!
|Thomas Bean||Thank you|
Thanks so much for the photos from Mount Hope Cemetery for Margaret Pollock and Ruby Italiano.
|Denise Roberts||Thanks ever so much|
Thanks for the picture of my Uncle's Grave! What you do is really appreciated ! Thanks Denise
|Joe Chester||Slawson & Smith @ Mount Hope/Belleville|
Thank you very much for the updates and helping to further connect this family.
|Linda Adams Wilde||Richard & Mary Vallandingham|
Thank you so very much for taking and pasting the photo to their memorials. I had tried unsuccessfully to find them earlier in the year and hadn't had the opportunity to return. Thanks once again.
|C Heilig||Mount Hope Cemetery|
It seems like we are doing photography work in the same area of Mount Hope. I have been working on the Knowledge Section and noticed that you seem to also be creating memorials for this area.
I have already documented the Memories (M and M1) section and the Mausoleum for Mount Hope. If you are working on Mount Hope, it would be easier if we don't duplicate our efforts. Please let me know and we can coordinate the project.
Thank you for your work on Find a Grave
Added by C Heilig on Oct 22, 2014 5:51 PM
|Cindy Lupicki||Victor's marker|
I sent a picture of the family headstone. When I tried to send another picture of Victor's marker it wouldn't let me do that. I did send Marjorie's marker picture. I do have Victor's and if you want that too I can email it to you.
|Linda Eaves||Thank You!!|
Chief -- I just wanted to thank you for providing me with a photo of Edward and Zoe Eaves' (my grandparents) headstone. It warms my heart to know that there are people like you who go out of your way to make our stories "complete." Thanks, again, for your thoughtfulness.
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