|Ron Haymore (#47735063)|
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I worked for 33 years as an engineer/manager in the communications/weather satellite industry. I retired in 1999 and am currently live in Mapleton, Utah. I have been doing Family History for several years. Thanks to those who have helped in adding information and adding links to the memorials.|
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|Annie Duckett Hundley||My Condolences|
I want to offer my condolences in the passing of your mother from this life. I hope you and your family will be blessed with the Lord's comfort and peace.
Blessings to you,
|Linda and son||RE: 100427658|
It seems that she might have married a family member of yours. I am trying to find info on her widower, Kim Wilson. He had her buried there, saying it was a family cemetery, my mother died in Las Vegas. Had you never photographed, I would never have know where she was. I guess I made a typo on her memorial, I will correct it. Do you know how to find out who owned the plot or any information? Thank you so much!!!!
|Larry Vaughan||Matilda Dutton|
Thanks you for the photo, I appreciate your help.
|Linda and son||Marilyne Levy-Wilson|
|Linda and son||100427658|
Marilyne Levy-Wilson is my Mother. I created her memorial in 2012, would you please transfer the memorial you have for her and the photos to me? :) I would truly appreciate it:) Did you also take the photos there? Do you have family there? Thank you so much for all you've done:)
|Hemi||Central Cemetery San Francisco|
Here is an update. I spoke to the current funeral home director and that book that we see was from Lone Mountain (later called Laurel Hill) cemetery and supposedly those folks were moved to Cypress Hill in Colma CA. Nancy
Added by Hemi on Mar 17, 2014 9:28 AM
|Hemi||RE: MARY ADA ALEXANDER FINLAYSON|
I belong to 3 San Francisco History/Genealogy pages and I put this out there yesterday, and pretty much everyone thinks this was the "City" cemetery. My relatives mortuary records from N. Gray & Co. also say Central. They were German. There is no listing of a Central anywhere. I just thought I'd share this with you. Thank you for your response. This is the description of the City Cemetery:
Name: Golden Gate Cemetery
(aka City Cemetery, Potter's Field)
Dates of Existence: 1868 to 1909 (Italian Cemetery: 1920?)
Location: 33rd Avenue and Clement, north and west to the beach
Number interred: 18,000 (1893)
Notes: Included a number of cemeteries, including Beth Olam, Caledonian, Chinese (6), Colored Masons, French, German, Grand Army of the Republic, Greco-Russian, Italian, Japanese, Knights of Pythias, Master Mariners, Old Friends, Potter's Field, [Independent Order of] Red Men, Russian, Salem, Scandinavian, Seamen's, Slavonic-Illyric, and St. Andrew's.
Added by Hemi on Mar 06, 2014 8:45 AM
|Hemi||MARY ADA ALEXANDER FINLAYSON|
Find a Grave # 11843329. Hello can you tell me anything about this Central Cemetery? My great grandfather Gerhard Von Senden and his son Henry are said to be buried there by the mortuary records in Tier 15, Grave 9, Plot Central. I don't find any information on it and where it's dead were moved to (if they were?) Thank you. Nancy aka (Hemi) here at Find a Grave.
Added by Hemi on Mar 05, 2014 1:23 PM
|Ken Lewis||RE: Oblad memorials|
Sorry it took me so long to get back to you... I would be happy to add any information you have to the memorials I have created. I am also am willing to transfer them to you if you prefer
June can be found at Find A Grave Memorial# 123373325
The cemetery records show the Edna Mae Perkins interred at Green Hills has date of death (actually date of burial) as 11/9/1972.
Added by Jeff on Jan 24, 2014 8:09 AM
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