This is my grandfather and caroline my grandmother - I have Ray's parents Albert #113275039 and Cora 113275786 if you would like to connect them - or i wouldn't mind taking over these pages.
|Sue Caraway||RE: George Clark|
Re: George Clark: I couldn't find his parents in Greenville Cemetery. I did, however, find that he was born in New York (1918) so it is quite possible they never came to California. I did a little research (as best I could) on Ancestry.com and saw a public tree which has George Clark's father as "Joseph Clark b. 1898 in Illinois" [check the 1900 Census]. That same tree shows that Joseph Clark's father is John Clark born in Scotland in 1861. I have put some more information into the Find-a-Grave database, so that it shows more exact dates and places (where available). I'm also transferring Donna Lee's memorial to you, since you have the others already. Please let me know if there is any other way I can help you. I love searching.
It was easier for me to delete mine, so I did. No problem, these things happen.
|Shelly Hogue||RE: FEHogue|
Thank you :)
|Shelly Hogue||F.E. Hogue|
I was hoping you would consider a transfer of the memorial for F.E. Hogue - #100146066. She is my great-grandmother.
|Mark's Mom||Walter Howard Brown|
I hope you don't mind that I posted a picture of Walter on his memorial. I found his picture online while researching another. The picture is from the California State Library, WWI Soldier Photographs, 1917-1918.
Bernice, Mark's Mom
|PJH / Angelbird||Francis & Rose Egan|
I've transferred management of Francis & Rose to you. Enjoy Find A Grave. It's a wonderful website. Regards, Phyllis
|PJH / Angelbird||Rose and Francis Egan|
Hi - Thank you for the information. They have been linked. Are you a direct relative? If so I'd be happy to transfer management to you. Regards, Phyllis
|Susan Ing||RE: Louis Spellmeyer|
No stone for Louis.
Section K lot 5. First row, 5 lots down. Easy to find. No marker.
Glad I could help...
Added by BJ on Dec 13, 2012 6:47 PM
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