|Kelly Howell (#47798985)|
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|We just discovered this website and are trying to get our familys added and linked together. We like to add photos and bios for all we can, so that others can find out about them. We are throughly enjoying the experience. We value others positive input.|
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|Cheryl||Lewis Malden Johnson Memorial|
Kelly, Lewis Malden Johnson is my father. I created a memorial for him tonight not realizing you had already created a memorial. I didn't include the obituary found on the funeral home website because I didn't want to include names of living family members. I would appreciate it if you would remove the memorial you created. Thank you for your consideration.
Cheryl Johnson Casebolt
Added by Cheryl on Jul 19, 2017 12:00 AM
|Ashleigh Yardley||RE: Lena Zitlau|
|Ashleigh Yardley||Lena Zitlau|
This is Ashleigh Yardley the Great Granddaughter of Lena Zitlau 1912-2014. After reviewing Lena's history I have noticed that you left off her first husband, my Great Grandfather. His name is David Brown And her 2nd husband Charles Snider.
Contact me if you need further information at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Tarzan & Lyn||Full obituary|
Clive H. McMillan, 81, born to Raymond Ronald McMillan and Elva Louisa Hawker on February 4, 1936 in Moreland, ID. He passed away July 9, 2017 after a year-long battle with leukemia (AML). Clive married Dixie Whyte in Springfield, ID on December 23, 1955. Later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. He was active in the LDS Church and served faithfully in many callings. These included scouting, Primary teacher, Bishop, High Counselor and many others. He served two full-time missions with his wife. His favorite calling, however, was serving as a worker in the Brigham City Temple. Clive enjoyed a variety of hobbies throughout his life such as motorcycle riding, camping, muzzle loading, training dogs, hunting, golfing and ATVing. These activities were always enjoyed with friends and family. He was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Lael Prince. He is survived by his loving wife; sister, Veloy Eaton; four children: Jody (Pat), Brad (Melanie), Brock (Jody), Shane (Dawn); ten grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. A viewing will take place on Thursday, July 13 at the Brigham City Stake Center, 650 Anderson Drive, Brigham City, Utah from 6-8 pm. Funeral services will be held at the same location Friday, July 14 at 11:00 am. A viewing will be held prior from 9:30am-10:40 am. Interment in Springfield, ID at 5:00 pm.
|Earl L.||Velda A Bowen FAGM 119978427|
Velda is buried with her 1st husband Elmo Orgill
Added by Earl L. on Jul 04, 2017 5:53 PM
|Teri Forsyth||Please remove|
I am Dixie Janss daughter and have noticed that you set up a Find A Grave for my mother. Thank you but we already have one for her. So can you delete the memorial # 164841817. There is no need for two of the same person.
|Esther Kinder||Alex Garfield|
Thank you so very much Kelly
|Jeanne Marchus||transfer please|
Please transfer Find A Grave info for my stepson. I was married to his deceased father and am trying to connect everyone.
|Rose Scholes||Ray R Williams|
Find A Grave Memorial# 170023563 is a memorial that you have added. Not finding him in the Grove City Cemetery in Blackfoot, ID. He was added with Memorial# 180559247. Both sides of the headstone was added. The same picture that you had on your memorial.
Please look at both memorials and let me know which one to keep.
We are friends with his wife and helped her with the memorial found in Grove City Cemetery.
|Dann Mullen||Lafe "Elwood" Kirby photo sort order or transfer|
Would you please change the photo sort order for Lafe "Elwood" Kirby as follows:
1. Single photo of Elwood
2. New headstone front photo
3. New headstone reverse photo
4. New wedding photo
5. New Sweden Cemetery photo (as is)
Or, you can transfer ownership to me and I'll do it. My contributor ID # is 8561572. I already manage the Find A Grave entry for his wife, Doris.
Dann Mullen (son-in-law of Elwood and Doris)
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