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If I have created a memorial for one of your relatives and you would like to take over its management, please let me know and I will transfer it to you. Just email me your relationship to the person.
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|hbryson1||Bryson's at Forest Lawn Memorial Park|
Greg, many thanks for posting photos of my relatives at Forest Lawn; I appreciate your hard work.
Added by hbryson1 on May 27, 2015 1:52 PM
Thank you for completing the family out there.Your kindness is appreciated.
Thanks so much for the Davis photos and for allowing the use of your photos!
Added by Joyce on May 26, 2015 8:21 PM
|Virginia Meadowcroft||Columbus & Mary Stone at Forest Lawn|
Thank you for posting the photos.
|Steve Dale||Cartozian Photos|
Greg..THANK YOU for taking the time to get the Cartozian photos. The Cartozian family appreciates it!!
|RSF||Jesse Emma Gates|
Thank you for adding the information for her. Any idea about names on the graves on either side of her? Pretty certain she is "our" Jessie but if there are other family members in the same vicinity it might help determine it. Looking for her mother Mary Jane Richards Gates Dickey who died in 1919. Also sister Kate May Gates Bowman who died probably before 1938 in Los Angeles County. (Kate May Bowman's daughter, Florence Christine Bowman Rost is in Plot: Graceland, Lot 6448, Space 4. So the family seemed to select this cemetery - not sure about it all though.)
Added by RSF on May 25, 2015 7:28 PM
|Connie Hymas||Fergus & Laura Brown photos|
Thank you so very much for getting the photos of Fergus and Laura Brown's grave markers for me. I really appreciate your help and your time given and shared to fill my request. You're an angel!
|Jesse J. Bullens III||RE: Margaret Arnold Ewing|
Thank you for your time, and effort, in obtaining a picture of her stone.
Jesse J. Bullens III
|Robert Moulton||Frank Vardon Grave Photo|
Hey, thanks so much for getting this picture for me. Frank Vardon was a vaudevillian, a member of the trio Vardon, Perry, and Wilber. He played an instrument not so well known today, the harp guitar. I have added a photo to the website of the trio.
|Member #47700116||Photo request for Paul McConnell.|
Great photo. Good work.
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