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I am into geneology and tracing my roots. My Families include - Hansen, Yergensen, Bevan, Borland, Montgomery, Hall, Rushton, Demille, Conder, Coon and Kone. Most of my ancestors are from Denmark. The majority of the Graves I am managing are in my Pedigree. If you would like to add any info to any Graves please let me know.|
If you would like to visit my parents memorials and leave a flower I would appreciate it:
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|Cindy Ricks||Richard Rushton|
Richard Rushton was actually buried in the Mount Olivet cemetery. I've been photographing grave markers there and then doing research to figure out who the people are, and I'm sure the Richard Rushton I found in the Mount Olivet cemetery is the same one you've got posted as being buried in the Salt Lake Cemetery. (This isn't the first time I've discovered a grave marker for someone in Mount Olivet where the cemetery records suggest that they were buried in the Salt Lake Cemetery instead. Unsurprisingly, things have been transcribed and recorded wrong in the past.) I'll post the photo and correct cemetery information to your memorial.
|Sooze||Robin Lock Robison|
Do you know if your Robin Lock Robison had a short marriage in Colorado to Ethel Pallister? I am trying to identify the RL Robison that she married in 1934 in Gypsum. The marriage record lists only his initials, and no parents. A news item said they would live in Utah. Ethel was born in 1918, so the age is pretty compatible. Her 1940 census says she is divorced (no children listed with her), and had been living in Ogden in 1935. By 1940 Robin has married Esther Thompson, and it says in 1935 he was in rural Millard Co, Utah, almost 200 miles away from Ogden. So I'm wondering if Robin and RL are the same person...
Added by Sooze on Mar 06, 2016 6:40 AM
|Linda Hone||Martin Van Buren Winget & Andrew Jackson Winget|
I see that you have entered information on findagrave giving Martin Van Buren Winget's death date as 1839. Do you have any details of his life or death?
I am a great great grand daughter of his older brother, Cyrus.
|John Warnke||Nephi Stanley Fowles|
Nephi Fowles is buried in the Mountain View Cemetery, San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California. You might want to check the memorial, created by GOOFFSON.
He is on his wife's mantel
|Bonita Olmer||RE: Earle and Rose Gerdon|
Yes, if you send me your email address.
|Bonita Olmer||Earle and Rose Gerdon|
I just barely started looking, and found Rose's obituary. Would you like to email me, and I can send the text of the email to you? It's a little long to post here.
|Bonita Olmer||RE: Earle Joeseph Gerdon and Rose Gallagher Gerden|
Did they use the name Gerdon or Gerden? I don't know them, but I'll look around a little bit and see if I can find anything on them. Did they live and die in the Seattle area, or do you know?
|Bonita Olmer||Elizabeth Kane Gerdon and William Alva Gerdon|
You have Elizabeth Kane Gerdon and William Alva Gerdon shown as being buried in Holyrood Catholic Cemetery, when they are actually buried in Calvary Cemetery in Seattle. Please let me know if you need help changing the cemetery on their memorial pages. :)
|Shelly Jeppson||Jane Wood Rushton|
Jane Wood Rushton DID NOT DIE ON THE PLAINS BETWEEN WINTER QUARTERS AND UTAH! She died in St. Louis, Missouri! The Book about Richard Rushton which was compiled by William Perks quotes an original letter that was written to Edwin Rushton, younger brother of Frederick James Rushton, which mentions the death of Jane Wood Rushton and clearly lists the death location as St. Louis, Missouri. Frederick James Rushton also married his 2nd wife, Eliza Hundy, in St. Louis Missouri! Frederick James did not emigrate to Utah till in the 1850's with the Ballantyne Company and he also had to have help from the PE (Perpetual Emigration) Fund in order to emigrate! You need to edit your Find a Grave posting! I am out of town right now but when I get home I can send you an E-mail with the documentation!
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