|Duke Fuller (#47330664)|
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I enjoy helping families find their loved ones.|
Currently working on my own family tree.. looking for Fullers, Fitzgerald, Price, Ryan, DePauw, and Quinn.
I recently completed researching, mapping, excavating grave stones, and photographing the entire Long Beach Municipal Cemetery. Of the total 2734 interments, only 1574 are viewable (58%) and are listed here. Please contact me with questions or comments.
Much of my work at LBMC was published in "Died in Long Beach-Cemetery Tales" by Claudine Burnett.
I am a special education teacher, a professional softball umpire and track and field official.
Also have a passion for collecting old comic books and US coins.
A big THANKS to all you findagravers out there who have devoted much time and effort to help and assist others in finding closure and peace for their families and friends. All your efforts are greatly appreciated!
I also would like to thank my wonderful wife Ann-Marie who is such a patient woman and will go out with me to help locate memorial requests. I truly enjoy and love our time together during our numerous walks at cemeteries.
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|Neil Funkhouser||Charles Hutchinson Gabriel|
Hi. Would you please be so kind as to upload the photo of Charles Hutchinson Gabriel's niche (#6680394) to the memorial for his wife, Amelia Moore Gabriel (#176481826).
All the best,
|Debbie||Una Estelle Teer|
Duke, Thank you for the message. I did request a photo of Una's headstone, as you suggested. I am documenting the cemetery where her mother is buried, which is why I ended up searching for her. I hope your information and picture, as well as my information, will help those who are researching this family. Debbie
Added by Debbie on Feb 13, 2017 8:07 PM
|LORIDA PESTANO||Tom Pacheco|
Hello from Las Vegas:
Duke, thank you so much for locating my uncle Tom's grave stone. I did not attend his funeral. Have a great day.
|Jeff Record||A Special Thank-you|
For all the work you have done in the LB City Municipal Cemetery - My great grand parents are buried here - I truly cannot thank-you enough.
|Jeff Record||Thank-you -|
Thank-you Duke for your photograph of Nancy Welch's grave. Much appreciated!!
Thank you for the photos
|Susan Thomas||McCutcheon edit|
Thanks so much for your help!
|Alicia Myers||Olive Brown Kemp 94530723|
Olive was living with her parents when her dad killed (shot) her mother. Olive signed the arrest record so that her father could be institutionalized. In the census prior to the incident, she was listed living in the household along with her husband Don Kemp and her son Don Kemp, Jr. (Her mom was aunt to my grandfather Robert Camp.) I also see that on her marker (which I am confused by since it says Olive K. Kemp Foulke, but the Find A Grave listing is Olive Frances Brown Kemp. Can you help me to get clarity? Do you know what happened to the two Don Kemps?
Evidently you live in California. My Camp family lived in NW LA and SW Ark. & TX. My grandfather had siblings that married Fullers: Bertha or Berta Camp married Eddie Roy Fuller. Brothers married Fuller girls, but I don't remember who. My grandfather's 2nd marriage was to Florence Fuller who had a daughter Beatrice Camp. Mr. Camp and she divorced even though a census with Beatrice said Florence was widowed. Her ex married a third time and had 10 more children. I think her dad was Joe in the census Beatrice and her mother moved to California I was told, but I couldn't find anything else.
My grandfather's wife's mother was Mary Louisa Fuller married F. J. Moess (Mace). Her parents were John Smith Fuller and Mary Breazelle (not sure of the spellings since there were several spellings). They lived in the Minden (Warsaw) area of Louisiana, which was in Claiborne Parish until Jan. 1, 1871; then it was part of Webster Parish, LA. Fullers go back to the Mayflower, but I've had trouble following our lines. I was told by my grandmother's family that President Andrew Johnson was in our family line, but I haven't been able to trace it. I've seen some Fuller genealogy done by last name Lary, who is related, but he has passed and I had trouble verifying the information (back in the 1980s). My mother was close friends with Mary Grace and Jack Fuller in Minden. Jack's dad and I think granddad did blacksmithing. Their dad was Will Fuller.(All I've listed are deceased.) Do we have any connections?
|Barbara Bellot||RE: Bellot x2 FLC|
Thank you very much!
|Margaret Maresca Butler||Edwin Francis Babcock #94507664|
I just put an edit in for him to link him to his father but would you put a note in his bio that his mother was Mary Nevins b 1890 Boston, MA. I haven't found her after she gave birth to him in 1918 and in 1920 he is living with her parents so something happened to her just can't find out!!
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