|RoadRunner||RE: Eve Ann Hower #104765593|
There was no such person as Ernest Gunther. I specifically did not link Eve to David Gunther because there was no record of a marriage. Death certificates often listed incorrect parent names.
|Joan Pacitti||Carol McLean Smith's memorial|
Hi Tanager: I went back into Carol Smith's memorial. It is shown that she's buried at the same cemetery as her husband. As a matter of fact, there are two memorial to her. Neither one is from me. The 2 memorials show that she's buried at Washington Crossing Memorial Park, as far as I can tell.
I noticed also that there are 2 entries for Donald Smith also. One was from me. The other was from a graver named Buddy and that was created in 2011. I was going to contact him letting him know that his was a duplicate. When I went into his site, there was a note from FindAGrave that Buddy had passed away.
I'm very good at confusing myself, but I hope I haven't confused you yet.
|Joan Pacitti||Carol Smith's memorial|
Hi Tanager: Thanks so much for the information on Washington Crossing National Cemetery. I didn't realize how new it really is.
About Carol Smith, I don't know how I messed that one up. I will take care if that today.
|Joan Pacitti||Donald & Carol Smith's memorials|
Hi: Thank you for the information you provided me about Mr. & Mrs. Smith.
Do you know how long the Washington Crossing National Cemetery has been in Newtown? I'm curious because I lived up that way over 20 years and still go there. I live in South Jersey now.
I'm surprised that the cemetery is not in Washington Crossing.
Please check my entries to be sure I did them correctly.
|RoadRunner||Eva Hower possibly Gunther|
Hello- I just sent you an email regarding Eva.
|RoadRunner||RE: Eva Ann Hower Gunther|
Hi- Let me dig around. I'm pretty sure I have the info someplace. As for their son, I found his death certificate. It lists the father as Edgard Gunther and Eve Hower and was signed by his wife. It lists his place of burial as the West Berwick Cemetery, which is Roselawn. There's a findagrave memorial for him. I"ll let you know what I find.