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|Alex Roller||Lewis Ivy photo|
Thank you for the photo. I appreciate your help.
Have a great day!
|macso||RE: Kramer (Rhina & Florence) Requests|
You're very welcome. I seldom come that way anymore. I work at Fairhaven and Melrose most of the time now. Yes, I remember meeting you when you first started to volunteer. It is a fond memory for me. Glad to see that you have some type of rapport with the office at Westminster and can fulfill requests. Fairhaven has gotten really stinky and I only fulfill requests on the several thousands I have entered and know where they are. Melrose is pretty nice and I always remind them that I have a crypt there and my parents are there also, and that seems to work. I have a couple to fulfill this weekend there.
The niche for the Kramers is one plaque with both their names on it. Possibly just right of the center section about eye level or a little below. Chris
Added by macso on Mar 17, 2017 10:58 PM
|macso||Kramer (Rhina & Florence) Requests|
I can tell you where you can find the above requests. They are in the Col. of Love. They are on the niche wall in the Court of Love. I have a distance photo I took of that wall for another request and I see them there. Since you will be going soon, I thought you might be able to find them with these directions. Chris
Added by macso on Mar 17, 2017 8:14 AM
|Dale Gardner Bailey||Albert Schnurr|
Thanks so much for solving this mystery for me. I will immediately set up the memorials for the other members of Albertís family now that I know where they are buried. George Schnurr, the father, lived in the Long Beach and Los Angeles areas, and I called several cemeteries in LA County without success, searching for his grave location. His wife Alice died in Las Vegas, and I made inquiries for an obituary there without success. I didnít think to try Westminster Cemetery where their son is buried, since I have no record that they lived in Orange County. I am very grateful to you for not only taking the picture of Albertís grave but also finding these other family members. You are terrific. My hat is always off to the great findagrave volunteers.
You might like to know a little about this family. My research started in England on my Gardner ancestors. Alice Mary Johnson was a daughter of Ann Eliza Gardner and William Johnson from Bugbrooke and Hardingstone, England, respectively. I tracked Alice and her husband George from England to Canada to Noyes, Minnesota and to San Diego, Long Beach and Inglewood. My great grandfather George Gardner emigrated from Bugbrooke, England in the 1870s, and this was the first of his relatives that I found who had left England for the USA. Since then I have found a couple more, who also settled in San Diego by way of Canada and Minnesota.
Thanks again for your help. As soon as I finish this email I will set up the memorials.
Best wishes to you and have a great week!
Dale Gardner Bailey
|StacyC27||RE: Edith Ann Delong|
You are most welcome.
Added by StacyC27 on Feb 27, 2017 9:23 PM
|Stardust||RE: Vasilis Christ Kivrizis|
Regarding the Burial location of Ruth Kivrizis, the cemetery office acknowledged that she was buried there, however refused to give me her burial location due to privacy issues.
Added by Stardust on Feb 25, 2017 4:06 PM
|W. Weston Bielby||James A. Daye|
Leon, Thank you for your time, your diligence, and your expertise (including the great map) for James Daye. I sincerely appreciate what you have accomplished and provided to improve his memorial.
|Stardust||RE: Vasilis Christ Kivrizis|
You are an angel.
Thanks for your dedication,
Added by Stardust on Feb 23, 2017 1:40 PM
|J. Paul Hawthorne||Thank you!!!|
Leon, thank you for all your help these past weeks. Thank you for taking the initiative to clear the grass way too! It's people like you that make Find A Grave a success!
|Stardust||Vasilis Christ Kivrizis|
THANK YOU so very much for the beautiful photographs that you contributed to this memorial, and to the memorial of his wife, Lala Elmira (Walker) Kivrizis.
With my sincere thanks and appreciation,
Added by Stardust on Feb 22, 2017 11:12 PM
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