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Kathe Cunningham (#46552103)
 member for 14 years, 8 months, 4 days
Linda Davis
RE: Flowers on memorials
Thank you for your reply.

Your flower with your note was removed. Sorry, I didn't noticed the date that it was posted but it was on the memorial and it should not have been there. I asked for it to be removed and it was.

No further problem.

Added by Linda Davis on Dec 14, 2016 9:14 PM

Linda Davis
Flowers on memorials
Please, if you have a concern about what is posted with a flower on a person's memorial, just click on the flower and then the option of "reporting abuse". Find A Grave will remove the concern for you. Negative remarks and bio information are not to be posted on a memorial with flowers. No need to get into with another member with a reply with another flower. That isn't how that the situation should be handled. Thanks for all you have done for Find A Grave.

Added by Linda Davis on Dec 13, 2016 8:42 AM

Kelt Smith
Jeanne Percy
Dear Kathe,
If you want to update the post on Sen. Percy's 1st wife Jeanne, see below.
best ......... Kelt



Name:
Jeanne Percy
[Jeanne Dickerson]

Birth Date:
27 Feb 1921

Birth Place:
Chicago, Illinois

Death Date:
20 Nov 1947

Death Place:
Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Burial Date:
22 Nov 1947

Burial Place:
Skokie, Cook, Illinois

Cemetery Name:
Memorial Park

Death Age:
26

Race:
White

Marital Status:
M

Gender:
Female

Street Address:
2330 Elmwood Ave.

Residence:
Willmette, Cook, Illinois

Father Name:
George Dickerson

Father Birth Place:
Illinois

Mother Name:
Anna Olander

Mother Birth Place:
Peorio, Illinois

Added by Kelt Smith on Jan 05, 2014 11:47 PM

SLGMSD
Percy photos Oak Hill Cemetery
Find A Grave Memorial# 76628830

Magnolia, Cremation Niche 3242

Find A Grave Memorial# 99196044

Magnolia, Cremation Niche 3244

Added by SLGMSD on Dec 22, 2013 10:33 PM

SLGMSD
RE: Valerie Percy
I suggest you contact the cemetery if you have further questions.

Added by SLGMSD on Dec 17, 2013 7:33 PM

SLGMSD
RE: Valerie Percy burial
I found the interview to which you refer. Sharon was interviewed in 2006:

I visit her grave every time I go to Chicago, send flowers.

Valerie's cremains were buried in Oak Hill in 2008, two years after the interview.

I have found no reference to any burial in the Chicago area in 1966 in any newspaper. The only references were to the fact that she was cremated and the services were held at a church large enough for those expected. The services were Christian Science. The father of Sharon and Valerie lived in the District of Columbia until his death in 2011.

It is possible the cremains were split with burial in two places (not unusual), especially as the family home was in Cook County and the father resided in DC. He may have retained a portion of the cremains and had them buried as his health deteriorated. He died of complications from Alzheimer's disease.

Added by SLGMSD on Dec 17, 2013 3:23 PM

SLGMSD
Valerie Percy
The information comes from Oak Hill Cemetery records. The site is a cremation niche located on the Magnolia Path.

There is also an inscription - Beloved Sister and Daughter.

Added by SLGMSD on Dec 17, 2013 9:54 AM

 
 

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