|Gerry Jean||RE: Dallas Rogers|
Glad to help, Cathy!
Added by Gerry Jean on Mar 01, 2017 7:49 AM
|Gerry Jean||RE: Santuccio|
One of the "rules" of Find A Grave is: Don't try to clean up a headstone ..... you never know what might come off with, in this case, the lichen!
Glad you like 'em!
Added by Gerry Jean on Oct 16, 2014 11:56 PM
|Gerry Jean||RE: Varni|
Added by Gerry Jean on Oct 15, 2014 10:07 PM
|ItsAllGraveE||RE: Timothy Thomas|
It was a really cool cemetery. I saw three headstones. Only one readable. The rest of the graves were simple rocks. The cemetery was very overgrown.
Added by ItsAllGraveE on Oct 07, 2014 10:47 AM
Cathy, I took & uploaded crypt photos for Andre and Marie, in addition to Albert's. I also took a photo of a crypt with two names inscribed: Louis & Caroline Mialocq. I can't upload that photo because they don't have memorial pages set up for them.
All 4 crypts were side by side in the H.C. Mausoleum.
Added by Gerry Jean on Mar 04, 2014 8:30 PM
|Gerry Jean||RE: Annie and Frank McCloskey|
Cathy ... you're very welcome! And a warm & peaceful Christmas to you, too!
Added by Gerry Jean on Dec 24, 2013 9:03 AM
Per the Holy Cross data base (sfgenealogy.com), Frank is buried with Annie. If you'd like the photo also uploaded to his memorial page, please send a request for his photo .... this is the Find A Grave protocol to avoid duplication of volunteer effort.
Added by Gerry Jean on Dec 21, 2013 11:57 AM
No, I don't think so. My husband is the Myhre and I know most of the current family and those names aren't familiar. He descended from Leonard Myhre (his father), Nathan Myhre (his grandfather) and Gilbert Myhre (ggrandfather) who was the first to come over from Norway. I do know that the name Myhre was not Gilbert's actual name. There's a family story that his name was Pederson, but there were so many, he took the name of the farm in Norway when he got here. Who knows what the truth is. Good luck in your search.
Added by lindamyhre on Oct 27, 2013 10:15 PM
|Harriet W. Berry||RE: Thomas Partlow|
You are very welcome. Was surprised we found so many of them, given the circumstances, but were delighted to do so! --H
Added by Harriet W. Berry on Sep 22, 2013 10:07 PM
|Gerry Jean||RE: Annie Flanagan|
I couldn't budge that top piece. Besides probably very heavy, it seemed to have been lying there for quite a while and imbedded in the ground. It's easy to think of vandals but a more plausible explanation is that a cemetery mower tractor struck the headstone. Broken stones are not that uncommon from my experience trekking along there.
Added by Gerry Jean on May 21, 2013 11:50 AM
|Gerry Jean||RE: John Koster|
Out of 15 requests, I suspect that it probably averages 3 or so that don't have headstones ... it's not that rare an occurrence. It does, though, take the most time because the site could be just to the right or left of where you're searching ... so you keep looking, take photos of the nearby markers, note where they are, go home and look up where those photos are located (section, row, area, etc.) on sfgenealogy.com and see that maybe the one you're searching for is really under another family name. This latter scenario happens too often .... can drive you batty!
But it's still a good feeling having at least tried!
Added by Gerry Jean on Apr 29, 2013 5:46 PM
|Gerry Jean||RE: McCloskey/Flanagan|
Peter McCloskey is also in that ugv ... if you set up a memorial page for him & let me know, I'll move that photo there.
(Glad to help!!)
Added by Gerry Jean on Apr 27, 2013 8:58 AM
|Janet||Lannon Grave Photo|
See the San Luis Genealogical Website on how to obtain the Paso Robles Cemetery gravesites. These are no longer on-line, but can be obtained through the SLO Genealogy Library. Other cemeteries in SLO County are still on-line. Use the photos for your genelogical research only. J.G.
Added by Janet on Mar 06, 2013 9:55 AM
|J and K||RE: Clifford Gomes|
Added by J and K on May 26, 2012 8:31 PM