|Patty||RE: William Reese|
There is a memorial for William Reese at Green Lawn Cemetery Created by: William S. McDowell
Record added: Feb 05, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47621105
It would probably be best to delete your request and memorial and if William is your family, request William McDowell to transer it to you.
Added by Patty on Aug 03, 2014 10:36 AM
do you have a death date and fathers name??
Green Lawn. Would love to help. Patty
Added by Patty on Jul 29, 2014 10:46 PM
|Linda W||RE: Hannah|
You are very welcome. Love helping people! Linda
Added by Linda W on Jul 25, 2014 12:48 PM
|Margarita Simmons||RE: Jana Burgett Slaughter|
You are most welcome!!
|Trish Funderburg Walls||Photo|
If you send a new request, I will go out and get a better photo. Thanks
|Trish Funderburg Walls||Memorial# 44007295|
Deb, please do not use the photos from the Wise County website. Find A Grave frowns on that. You sent out a photo request on Mar 26 and then you fulfilled it with the photo from that website. Find A Grave has just finished addressing that problem with another lady who was using photos from the same website. Rules say you must take a photo of your own. Thank you.
|Ron West||RE: Holcomb|
I had already created a page foe Muriel Holcomb, the pictures are posted there.
Added by Ron West on Apr 01, 2014 9:07 AM
|Suzy & Rob||RE: Elizabeth Watson Holden|
Actually, I'm not related to the Holden family. I just did some research so as to make Elizabeth's memorial as complete as possible. In answer to your questions:
Elizabeth's birth month came from the 1900 census. It's the only census that gives birth month.
The information on the dates for Robert and Elizabeth Coates came from this web site:
I assume the tombstones at Mesa Cemetery were transcribed before they were removed to create Pioneer Park.
Thank you for the correction on Elizabeth's father. I've made the correction.
|Laurie Tucker||Dewey Hutchins|
As per your Find A Grave request I stopped and took a close up of this marker. He was 16 years old. Interestingly you will note from the close up photo that I posted the marker has his name as Hutchin with no "s" and the obit has it spelled both ways. If it were me I would go with what is on the grave marker.
|Gerry Jean||RE: Olive Beck|
With about 350,000 deceased already buried at Holy Cross, making it the largest cemetery in San Mateo County, it would be an impossible thing to walk at random & rely on coming across her grave site by chance ... if indeed she's there. There's a San Francisco Public Library web site that I've used 2-3 times (free) that will do an obituary search/searches for a name/names; they usually respond within a week. I just sent them a request for Olive's obit .... hope they can find it. Either way, they'll let me know & I'll pass it on to you.
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