|Linda||RE: Pruella P Holden|
Just took the info from the marker and made a memorial as I do most of the time when I visit a cemetery - there was no death date. Linda
Added by Linda on May 10, 2015 4:48 PM
Kathy I have corrected your grandfathers memorial. If you would like I can turn his memorial over to you.
Added by Kclb3 on Nov 08, 2014 1:38 PM
|Terri Richards Naini||Stephen N. Itson|
If you are related to him, then we are related.
He was born in Paradise, TX.
His daughter, Sherry Joan Trembly, nee Itson, was my mother.
For one reason or another we do not know much about his family other than Uncle Vern.
I have some family pictures but have no idea who is in them.
Respectfully yours, Terri Naini, nee Richards
|pat werthman deyoe radtke||Sarah Ann Hayward Longworth Hintz|
Good evening! I apologize if I sent a bunch of confusing messages, as I made a few errors and am unsure of if they all sent on to you or not! It is a confusing family connection/connectivity-and all- so I think I have it correct now!
I left the following flower, with this info below...
Are you related to her? If so, let me know, have a few more flowers explaining why! Thanks for all of your work!
Sarah Ann Hayward was the daughter of Jerome D. Hayward, who was killed in the Civil War, and Susan Marion Margaret Harvey, who then remarried Robert Horne who was step father to Sarah. Sarah's first husband was William Longworth, while her second husband was August F. Hintz. So, a bit confusing, but I believe this to be accurate! Warm Wishes. RIP
|Red Dog||RE: Frazier Bramblet pic|
Your welcome, it was my pleasure to go out to LANC and do this not only for you but to honor the Veteran you requested.
Added by Red Dog on May 31, 2013 9:31 AM
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Fleming|
I am happy that you have now seen the Fleming stones. They
are in great shape. Have a super Memorial Day!
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||Fleming|
You asked for photos of the Fleming stones up in Lakeview
Cemetery and we drove 25 miles to get these back in March
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||Flemings|
The Flemings in Lakeview were photographed and
|Arline Redding Rowe||Cypress Hill (Claude Adams)|
I got a request to photograph the captioned. According to the cemetery link there is a charge for a look-up. Do you have any idea about the plot location?
|Sally Kapp||Leon Kenneth Brewster|
Bellevue does show Mr. Brewster interred there in section "L", lot 23, grave 7. My son and I looked all around where he SHOULD be, and I believe it is unmarked. Unfortunately, the cemetery office keeps no record as to whether graves are marked or not. I tried!
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