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Don and Connie McCourt (#47724884)
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Bio Photo We are going to photograph gravestones in Carbon County, starting with the abandoned Greek Cemetery in Sunnyside. We will post them on-line, linking them with the information that is already there. We will begin in the spring.
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L. Finley
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Sinth Obelenus
RE: Serafino Pasguzzi
Goodmorning Happy Couple! Hope you are enjoying your summer! How is the Sunnyside Power Plant Cemetery? How is it that the Power Plant "owns" the cemetery? Was this cemetery a state run cemetery for the poor? I see there are two family members of mine buried in Sunnyside, one is a baby. have a great day!
Added by Sinth Obelenus on Aug 10, 2012 4:58 AM
Wendi Mills
Afton Hunter
Thanks for all your help with this picture and for helping get things correct.Wendi
Added by Wendi Mills on Mar 04, 2012 7:55 AM
Pat Hatch
Wilmont Pease
Hi! I just want to thankyou for taking the picture of Monty's grave.It is a beautiful headstone.I want you to know that I appreciate it very much.Monty and I were friends since kindergarden and were in the same Ward together.We dated in High School,then a couple years after High School we dated.In fact,I lived with his parents for a while in 1969.I was really close with his entire family. Are Monty's parent's buried by him? His family was very good to me.Anyway,I just wanted you to thankyou for taking the picture. Sincerly,Pat Hatch
Added by Pat Hatch on Feb 27, 2012 11:13 PM
Pat Hatch
Wilmont Pease
Hi! I just want to thankyou for taking the picture of Monty's grave.It is a beautiful headstone.I want you to know that I appreciate it very much.Monty and I were friends since kindergarden and were in the same Ward together.We dated in High School,then a couple years after High School we dated.In fact,I lived with his parents for a while in 1969.I was really close with his entire family. Are Monty's parent's buried by him? His family was very good to me.Anyway,I just wanted you to thankyou for taking the picture. Sincerly,Pat Hatch
Added by Pat Hatch on Feb 27, 2012 11:13 PM
Sara
Hi
Thanks for taking the photo of Ephraim's gravestone...what a nice surprise!!!
Thank you so much,
Sara
Added by Sara on Feb 27, 2012 7:05 PM
Sinth Obelenus
RE: Serafino Pasguzzi
Goodmorning! Yes I do have that record and this ones below.
Serafino Pasguzzi Birth: unknown, Italy
Death: Nov. 24, 1905
Sunnyside, Carbon County, Utah, USA

State cemetery site shows place of birth as;Pedivigliano, Casenza, Italy(South). Arrived in America 1860, Sunnyside 1897.

Burial:Sunnyside Power Plant Cemetery Sunnyside
Carbon County Utah, USA
Plot: J

Sarafino Pascuzzi and Carmella Carnardelli (bride's residence Sunnyside) on Nov, 5 1904 got married in Carbon Utah.


Thanks for your interest. Have a greet week
Added by Sinth Obelenus on Feb 27, 2012 3:53 AM
Sinth Obelenus
RE: Serafino Pasguzzi
Good Day! Thank you for your message about my great grandfathers grave, Serafino Pasguizzi. I am so surprised that the cemetary at Sunnyside Power Plant is in such bad shape. I have no idea how he died and have been searching for many many years. All the dates are very confusing and ever census has different information.

Thank you for taking this huge job on. It is an inspiration to start archiving some of our NJ Cemeteries!

Spring is in the air.

Sincerely, Sinthia Saridakis Obelenus
Added by Sinth Obelenus on Feb 24, 2012 8:50 AM
Ron Lairamore
Hampton Memorial in Power Plant
Thanks for bringing this to my attention. Those memorials were transfered to me from a good Find A Grave friend. I see that there is little information on the other memorials. I will get in touch with the friend and see where she got her info. She is usually pretty accurate in her listings. Is it possible that they were once buried in the Power Plant cemetery & moved at a later date when the cemetery was abandoned? I can delete the memorials, butdoes the other contributors want to copy info and move it over?

Ron Lairamore
Added by Ron Lairamore on Feb 22, 2012 10:53 PM
L. Finley
RE: Greek Cemetery
Hi Connie,

I wasn't aware of the flood, how horrible. I appreciate you keeping an eye out for Craig :)

Lucia
Added by L. Finley on Feb 20, 2012 4:33 PM
L. Finley
RE: Greek Cemetery
Hi Connie,

I just typed a long message which was then lost when I lost my internet connection....hate that. Just wanted to say that I have heard about the No Grave Let Unadorned project, and think it's wonderful :)

My interest in the Co-Gen cemetery was because I have been searching for the burial loction of my grandmother's infant brother, Craig Gibson. My great-grandparents lived in Sunnyside at the time Craig was born/died in 1903 (he may have been a still birth). The other two infants they lost both have nice headstones (one in Price and the other in Cleveland) so I have been puzzled as to why Craig wouldn't have a headstone. He is not listed in the burials for Valley View so I wondered if perhaps he was buried at Co-Gen, which is why I had my sister inquire. The Find a Grave cemetery: Sunnyside Power Plant, is the Co-Gen Cemetery I believe. Craig is not among the 17 listings, however, as their doesn't seem to be any type of record for burials there is still is a possiblity.

Thanks,
Lucia
Added by L. Finley on Feb 17, 2012 10:55 PM
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