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Len Hott
Billy Page
By the way, I am no longer the caretaker of the cemetery, but the current caretaker and Cemetery board would not have any information that I don't have about the older burials.

Sorry, Len
Added by Len Hott on Mar 11, 2013 5:05 PM
Len Hott
RE: Billy Page
I am sorry I can't help you with that. I was not the caretaker at Little Elm when he was buried.

Little Elm's records did not include the name of the funeral home that handled burials.

If it was one here in Denton County, it could have be any of 7 or 8 homes, a few of which aren't in business any more.

If I think of any way to find out, I will let you know.

Len H
Added by Len Hott on Mar 11, 2013 5:02 PM
E. M.
Len Hott (#46835480) is the caretaker - she would be the one to ask about funeral home. What I have seen is just the census of those interned in Little Elm Cemetery.
Added by E. M. on Mar 10, 2013 5:29 PM
E. M.
photo request
Sorry but Billy Page does not have a stone. Len, the caretaker has checked the records and shows he was interned here, but has no marker. There are a number of sites in the Little Elm cemetery that do not have a marker on them.
Added by E. M. on Mar 10, 2013 4:53 AM
Gene Funk
RE: Schroeder
Hi Laura,

I would appreciate your efforts.

His name is James W. (Schroeder) Schrader, born October 23, 1880 in Copenhagen, Denmark. He died in Long Beach, CA on January 30, 1965:

I don't have any information about his mother and father. Other than his mother and he came to the US together without his father.


Gene Funk

Added by Gene Funk on Jan 05, 2013 1:19 PM
Gene Funk
RE: Schroeder

At this point I don't have any dates. I wasn't on top of things enough when I had people around who knew the answers. I simply will have to pay the price by searching endlessly until I find some clues.

My grandfather changed the spelling from Schroeder to Schrader. He got tired of people pronouncing his name incorrectly. He didn't tolerate that type of thing. He was an old Dane.

Thanks for the offer. I will keep you in mind when I get to the point of knowing what I need.


Added by Gene Funk on Jan 04, 2013 8:06 PM
Gene Funk
RE: Sylvia B. Cherry
Laura, you are very welcome. It is my pleasure. It is amazing how many of the mid-westerners ended up in the west. I guess the summers without humidity and the milder winters were the draw. My family migrated from the center of the country to the west, also.


Added by Gene Funk on Jan 03, 2013 3:15 PM
Mark A. Swafford
RE: Emma Stover; Cherry, (Farber)
You are very welcome. It's feelings like these is why I do what I do. Have a great day.
Added by Mark A. Swafford on Aug 01, 2012 10:28 AM
Mark A. Swafford
RE: Emma Stover; Cherry, (Farber)
It just so happens that since she was buried in what seemed to be the same plot that I did take a picture of her stone as well. The memorial has been established, her name on the stone is Emma Stover.
Added by Mark A. Swafford on Jul 31, 2012 6:11 PM
Mark A. Swafford
Cherry memorials
I took pictures of all the Cherry's that surrounded Robert's. They were posted late last night but they are there. Mark
Added by Mark A. Swafford on Jul 31, 2012 12:21 PM
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