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GenNut (#48017738)
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Brenda Dahmen
Boucher/Wilcox graves
I was looking through Floral-Lady's messages and saw your note to her regarding the Wilcox/Boucher memorials. I have been working on Albion Cemetery for some time and Emma is now listed on Find A Grave. Here are the Memorial #'s

Oda L. Boucher #13953374
Emma Wilcox # 129125948

Added by Brenda Dahmen on Jun 02, 2014 8:26 PM
Fred Palmer
amuel Jackson grave request
I went back to the cemetery and began walking the older sections and did manage to find Samuel's grave. I'm sorry the picture didn't turn out very well but there is very little contrast left on his marker. I took two pictures after wetting the marker and the one posted is the best I could get.
Fred Palmer photo volunteer
Added by Fred Palmer on Apr 27, 2014 5:20 PM
Fred Palmer
Samuel Jackson grave
The cemetery office has no record of a Samuel Jackson being buried at Hermosa Gardens in Colton ca. Do you have any other information such as a spouses name etc?
Fred Palmer photo volunteer
Added by Fred Palmer on Apr 22, 2014 5:53 PM
M Dickhoff
John Davis
Thanks for the heads up. The "daughter of J & K Blythe" belongs to Pearl Blythe a 2 year old child buried at City Cemetery. Don't know why I entered it again for John Davis.

Too long at the key board that day.

Mary DIckhoff
Added by M Dickhoff on May 29, 2013 7:57 AM
Pam R.
Alexander Powell
I took the basic info for his memorial from a cemetery transcription and did research about his family to add to his memorial. I don't believe there are any markers there as I've been told that a rancher destroyed them. A local friend and I talked about checking it out to see if anything is there. You might request a photo and see of any of the locals can find it. Send me your info and I will add it:)
Added by Pam R. on May 27, 2013 2:52 PM
Don Blythe
Hi, That would be great. Iam sure it would make them happy to know a student still remembered them. Thank you for your kind offer.

Randy Blythe
Added by ancestorhunter on Jan 23, 2013 12:09 PM

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