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|I work in the MIS department of a major studio in Burbank.|
I love doing genealogy, riding horses, walking my Old English Sheepdog and doing anything or going anywhere with my family.
You can find us camping, at horse shows, tae kwon do tournaments, working in the yard or visiting historical and interesting places.
I will happily transfer memorials which are not my kin.
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may i use your photos? as always i will credit you for taking them, thanks.
Added by Bekkie on Jan 25, 2015 2:24 AM
|Amshe||RE: John Gust Ostrom (1874-970)|
Added by Amshe on Dec 09, 2014 10:01 AM
Thanks Heidi for the permission of the headstone-picture!
Added by Amshe on Dec 08, 2014 4:18 PM
|Amshe||John Gust Ostrom (1874-970)|
I would appreciate your permission to add the Picture of the headstone for Mr John Gustaf Ostrom, to his profle at following website
Mr Ostrom was my third cousin thrice removed.
You can reach me on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Amshe on Dec 05, 2014 8:12 PM
|Franklin Family History||RE: Bryans|
Many thanks to your son. He did a great job.
The context of the photo was such that I was able to eliminate this grave memorial from my list of possibles for the Clifford Bryan on my tree.
This is always useful information and of course affords the dignity of a completed memorial, which ultimately is the purpose of Find a Grave.
I resumed my search and have now located The actual burial record of the Clifford Bryan in an Illinois index, complete with the name of the cemetery
He was buried as James Bryan in 1936 and is recorded as James in both the 1920 and 1930 Federal census, with the correct place of birth and inferred year of birth recorded in both.
All other Clifford James Bryans born in Michigan anywhere close to his year of death accounted for - yes, I know, I really do need to get a life :-)
Perhaps he dropped the Clifford after he separated from his wife and children :-(
Clifford's father seems to have been quite an accomplished man. He was a Ships a Captain (probably Lake Michigan) and the family lived in South Haven, Van Buren, Mich - sounds idyllic. He was also the first appointed Lighthouse Keeper of a South Haven and even found time to serve as a local Justice if the Peace/Magistrate.
Thanks again for volunteering.
Thank you so much for adding the photo to Benjamin and Rosebud's memorial.It is beautiful !
Added by SDT on Jul 10, 2014 9:59 PM
Thank you for putting pieces in to my family puzzle.
|Michael Grilione||Iva Razee|
Thank you for your help, time and the wonderful photo regarding Iva Razee.
|Romper90069||RE: ForestLawn Noel claims|
Heidi, Totally not a problem. Love hear about kids getting involved. Have a great day. James
|Jon Reeves||RE: Claims|
Not a problem. It's the chance I take by not pre-claiming, though I was a bit surprised because I had to trim grass around all the markers, so I didn't expect someone else had been by them.
I saw two adult men, but it's possible the rest of the group was elsewhere.
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