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David Metcalf (#47040881)
 member for 9 years, 2 months, 3 days
DUeckert
Gerald Johnson Packer #84597502
Gerald is buried in the Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery, Twin Falls, ID.

Added by DUeckert on Oct 15, 2017 9:21 AM

Sonia Glines
Find A Grave Memorial# 86758685
Nowell Howard Glines stepson is saying that ashes where Scattered, Hat Creek, Shasta, California

According to his stepson and he presided over his funeral arrangements. He was also with his mother when the remains were removed. Newell Howard Glines' ashes were scattered at Hat Creek, California as requested by his wife, Betty Lou Glines (Smith) She is still living, Newell Glines was married several times

Added by Sonia Glines on Sep 14, 2017 2:12 PM

Chesnut/Behunin Descendant
RE: John Davini
I do not even want to tell you, how Often, people outside of this area, will put anyone who died in Salt Lake City, in this cemetery.

Then Mt Calvary Actually borders this cemetery on TWO sides.
A small in comparison, little piece of Private Property, tucked in to the South/East corner of this cemetery.

It is VERY ODD for Death Certificates to confuse all of this, but People trying to find Grandpa, do it all of the time.

Mt Olivet south about a half mile or so, is another Regular mix up.
My Problem Is I do not have access to Mt. Calvary or Mt. Olivet cemetery Record.

I have a basic search map for Mt Calvary.
With a burial location I have a chance of finding someone.

Not being a family member, Mt. Olivet would not give me anything beyond their general map and permission to take my own photos of their HUGE MAP on the wall.
I do not know i can search Mt. Olivet WITH a Burial location.


With John's DC stating Burial 'Salt Lake CIty' I know he is NOT IN Salt Lake CIty Cemetery.
Mt. Calvary and Mt. Olivet would be my next bet Because they are daily confused with Salt Lake CIty Cemetery.
I think we need to PROVE or Eliminate them before going out of the City.
The Search continues. When we find him, you will hear cheers

THANK YOU
HAVE FUN
M

Added by Chesnut/Behunin Descendan... on Sep 07, 2017 1:34 PM

Chesnut/Behunin Descendant
RE: John Davini
I did just now. NO BG Pop up.
And Realize BG Does not give hoot, IF THERE IS NO STONE.
If you have Better success then i just did, let me know. I am SLCCem search junkie, I have a map and the ability to wander the grounds.
If I have a location, in this cemetery I WILL TRACK them right down to the foot of grass, with or without a stone.
I can load my photos, label my photos and post them to their pages. The rest I leave up to people far more savvy then I.

My experience searching in the cemetery.
REM and UK are NOT burial locations.
I took 25 searches to them.

REM=Removed in this cemetery. They were buried here, and at some point REMOVED to another cemetery. I had six of them, REMOVED and found another, when I learned where his wife was REMOVED TO. He already had a memorial that was 6 years older then the requests I was trying to find.

UK=Unknown. 6 or 7 of them, I was given burial location and ALL were in Pauper plots.

I have Family locations. When they fall into my search plan, I will see if there is a MEMORY Stone here. They will not be buried there but there is a cenotaph.

The Salt Lake CIty Cemetery OFFICE has
NO Records of John Davini in this cemetery.

I Suspect Mt Calvary with his Mom and Brother.

You Mentioned Wasatch. Check there if you have something that says that is his burial.

PLEASE Tell me your source that caused you to put him in the SALT LAKE CITY CEMETERY and I will go find his location, with or without a stone.
And Last week I had a burial location, Cemetery Record AND A Stone here. The Memorial Contributor had an OBIT stating the WRONG cemetery.
So i can expect anything.

Salt Lake CIty Cemetery Record NONE
I use the map and the location, to find those without stones.
Salt Lake CIty Cemetery Office NO INFORMATION. In their belief he is NOT HERE.

Death Certificate {Salt Lake CIty}
With Father NO {Outside of SLC}
With Wife and Daughter NO {Outside of SLC}
At Least Mother and brother are in a Salt Lake CIty Cemetery.


PLEASE CHECK your magic tricks because Mine have run dry. he is NOT in the Salt Lake CIty Cemeter with these dates and playing with the name.
GIVE ME SOMETHING NEW I can go after...


THANK YOU
HAVE FUN
M

Added by Chesnut/Behunin Descendan... on Sep 05, 2017 2:21 PM

Julie
Your wife, Francis
David,

I enjoyed reading about your sweet wife and your story. But, I had to find her since you need to put the 5 on the end of her memorial number.

Memorial# 122611385

Take care.

Added by Julie on Aug 26, 2017 1:25 AM

Nancy Gregory
RE: Gary J Newman
David, I went to the Find A Grave Memorial# 31835315 and added his parents back in. Thanks for being so prompt.
Nancy

Added by Nancy Gregory on Aug 14, 2017 10:05 AM

jodilu57
John Henry Bennett
Hello David,

Thanks for putting this record together. There is a correction though. John Henry Bennett's father is Eli Bennett born in 1853 and mother is Maria Elizabeth Berry. You have Eli listed as a brother instead of his father. Louisa died in 1867 and is his grandmother. Thanks so much.

Jodi Nielson

Added by jodilu57 on Jul 30, 2017 4:10 PM

Jacqueline Askew
Duplicate FAG Pages
Hi David,

There are two Find A Grave pages for my brother, William Schroeder Campbell. They are Find A Grave # 145904390 (William S. Campbell) and Find A Grave # 83181251 (William Schroeder Campbell). He was born on 16 November 1950 in Washington, D.C., and died on 13 May 1987, also in D.C. He is buried in the Spooner Cemetery, Spooner, Washburn, Wisconsin. His parents are Jonathan Villet (Jack V.) Campbell, Find A Grave # 22193244, and Margaret Joyce (Peggy) Schroeder Campbell, Find A Grave # 83180798. They are also buried in the Spooner Cemetery.

Are you able to facilitate a merge of the records, and put the new page under my care?

Thank you very much.

Jacqueline Campbell Askew

Added by Jacqueline Askew on May 13, 2017 1:28 PM

Pam Adams
RE: Clarence Doyle Fergus
You're very welcome. I definitely believe this takes a team effort!

Added by Pam Adams on May 11, 2017 4:37 PM

Pam Adams
Clarence Doyle Fergus
Hello, I've added a photo for your entry on Clarence Doyle Fergus, memorial # 136678912. He is here in the Logan City Cemetery, Logan, Cache, Utah. Plot # A-170-13-1.

Added by Pam Adams on May 06, 2017 5:30 PM

B.J. Waters
Orville Metcalf
Hello! This is just to let you know I was out taking some random photos and so I've added a photo to your cousin Orville's memorial page.

Best regards,

B.J.

Added by B.J. Waters on Mar 31, 2017 9:20 PM

Janet Foster Marshall
Dorothy Rust
OK thanks David.I've tried e every way I can think of by going to their children's graves , parents , siblings . There's just nothing to find! I'll keep on digging.I'll let you know if I find anything.

Added by Janet Foster Marshall on Mar 04, 2017 12:18 PM

Janet Foster Marshall
RE: Children of Nathaniel Rust
Yes David that does help. Thanks for that. I didn't have a birth date for her. Any chance you know where her and her husband are burried ? I've looked everywhere.

Added by Janet Foster Marshall on Mar 04, 2017 10:48 AM

Janet Foster Marshall
Children of Nathaniel Rust
Hi David. I'm looking for my 6th great grandmother and I'm not finding any trace of her. I thought you may be able to help. Her name was Dorothy (Rust) Foster. She was married to Jeremiah Foster. My information tells me her parents were Nathaniel and Johanna (Kinsman) Rust. I have no birth date for her but her death was 14 May 1745.I would appreciate any info that you may have. Thanks.Janet jemarsh54@gmail.com

Added by Janet Foster Marshall on Mar 03, 2017 11:23 AM

Richard Ross
RE: Family
You are welcome David. I think of them and others more often than it may show. Your father and wife are special and deserve to be remembered and they are listed in my first "Virtual Cemetery" on my contributors page. I do think of them much more than the flowers on their memorials may show. When I think of them I also think of you and how much you miss them. Together, we will not let them be forgotten. I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, and I also hope you and your friends & family have a wonderful Christmas & New Years.

Richard

Added by Richard Ross on Nov 26, 2016 12:37 PM

Pat Pitcher
Hello
Hi David! Glad to find you again! Now we are friends in two places. grin Pat

Added by Pat Pitcher on Nov 01, 2016 2:41 PM

Karen Wilcox
RE: Jerry Wayne Anderson
I love finding cousing.I used to go to the big Pulsipher reunins in Salt Lake City around the 1960's. Sure I met some of your direct line also. Did I tell you that my brother was lucky to have a friend like you?

Added by Karen Wilcox on Mar 02, 2016 8:14 PM

Karen Wilcox
RE: Jerry Wayne Anderson
David if you ned help th verification please email me at kareinangel1946@gmail.com I would like to work with you on Thora's line.

Jerry was living with me when he died and would like to know more about you

love Karen

Added by Karen Wilcox on Feb 28, 2016 7:59 AM

Karen Wilcox
Jerry Wayne Anderson
David,
Thank you so very much for the memorial you created for my brother Jerry Wayne Anderson.

I was excited to see it and was touched that someone took the time to make it visible to all his family. I know his children will appreciate it also. Are you related somehow to my mother Thora and brother?

Losing a spouse can be difficult. Knowing that you will be reunited again is a blessing. My heart and prayers go out to you.

Karen Wilcox
kareinangel1976@gmail.com

Added by Karen Wilcox on Feb 24, 2016 7:44 AM

Richard Ross
RE: How are you
Hi David,

I was thinking about you just a couple of weeks ago, and wondered what you have been up to. I hope you are doing well. You are absolutely right, I haven't been to your father's or wife's memorial pages in a long time, and I apologize for that. I have been on Ancestry.com working on my genealogy lately, trying to get some info for my cousin. I promised him that I would do that for him. However, I did stop in to see your father and wife and leave some flowers today. I haven't forgotten them, I've just been a little too busy I guess. I really need to spend more time with Find A Grave, and my friends here. I hope all is well with you and your family. Please take care.

A friend, Richard

Added by Richard Ross on Jun 07, 2015 9:20 PM

htigerlily89
RE: William David Metcalf family picture
Please accept my sincere sympathy on the passing of your beloved wife. From the memorial and your contributor page one can see how much you loved her and miss her. It is never easy to loose one so dear. You are in our thoughts. Love ya, cousin Heather

Added by htigerlily89 on Oct 18, 2014 9:13 AM

 
 

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