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|Jeff Braucher (#47554951)|
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Feel free to use any photos that I have taken. If you want to note my name and give me credit, it is very much appreciated.|
My current project is Woodland Cemetery in Las Vegas. Big thanks to Miracle Mile Tim for recommending this project. With in excess of 24,000 burial plots, Woodlawn may take 2-3 years to complete all memorials with obituaries and genealogical data. It appears that approximately 1,000 gravesites may be unidentified (have no markers). Further investigation has shown that numerous listed Woodland burials are at either Bunker Eden Vale or Palm Desert nearby.
Also photographed all markers in Bunker Eden Vale to determine proper burial location. Have entered approx. 97% of those burials.
Continuing to research the 1,000+ older memorials entered that have no gravestones. Once Eden Vale and Palm Desert are done then will focus back on remaining Woodlawn.
Thanks for all the assistance and additional information folks have been providing.
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Thank you so much for the transfer!
Added by Melinda on Aug 07, 2017 8:18 PM
|Betty Schirmer Miller||Anthony J Wolfer & Rosemary A Hughes Wolfer|
Thanks for the headstone photo of Anthony J Wolfer #133203412 and Rosemary Angela Hughes Wolfer #133203045. I'm hoping you can help me with a question. Anthony's memorial shows he is buried at Bunker Eden Vale Cemetery in Las Vegas, Nevada, but Rosemary's memorial is shown buried at Holy Cross Cemetery, Avondale, Arizona. They have the same headstone though so I'm assuming they are buried together in the same cemetery. Do you know which cemetery is correct? Thank you! Betty
|Anita Medberry||Jim Danielson|
Thank you so very much for the transfer.
|Dave Peck||LeGrand Cannon Cramer|
Thanks for the transfer.
|Robert Wacaser||Many Thanks|
Just wanted to thank you for the Wacaser transfer. I really appreciate it and thanks for adding him to this cemetery in the first place. Your time and kindness is appreciated.
|Sharon Leon||George Leon|
Thanks for transferring the memorial for my husband's Uncle George. Sharon
Cheers from Columbus....hey I imported an obit for Viola onto your listing so you could see that her husband was not Clyde it was Walter Russell Braucher. Walter's WWII draft card notes the home address as Viola also so I'm certain that this is correct. Looks like Walter died in 1948 a few years after Viola....I hope this helps
Added by Steward on Jul 16, 2017 11:05 AM
Thanks for the photo of Herbert H Krause @ Bunkers.
I am curious about his wife, the former Gertrude Trelease. She died in 1933 and I would like to know if she was buried with him. If not, I would like to know who might be.
Your name sounds Pennsylvania German as I have seen the it in Leghigh & Berks Counties. This is where Herbert is from originally. I don't know what brought him here but he was in Kern County, CA. before coming to Vegas where he raised his family.
Added by nffc on May 24, 2017 11:51 AM
According to admin at Woodlawn here in Vegas, Jimmie Fisler was an indigent burial that was paid for by the county who would not pay for a headstone. There is only a grassy, unmarked area. He is located in area Cypress 3 #145B (have to match numbers around him or get map from office) if you'd like to add that info to the memorial.
Added by Shannon on May 09, 2017 3:59 PM
|Cynthia Drayer||Frank Edgar Woolman #145488893|
I can see the tremendous job you are doing and I thank you. My father was Frank and he had 4 wives, 3 of which are deceased. My mother, Jorene (Schuckman) Myre, his first wife, Genevieve Barnes, and his last wife, Betty Louise Crusa Waaland. I have added his father's memorial, which I created today #179019096. I would like to add some biographical information about Frank: Frank was the son of Paul Harlan Woolman and Myrtle Hewitt. He was one of three children. He was in the Army Reserves and served as a PFC in the US Army, from 1948 through 1951. He had special training as an Automotive Mechanic and served in Okinawa, Japan. He had 9 children (including me). He was killed when a compressor they were testing at the Nevada Nuclear Test Site, blew, knocking him 50 feet away.
Cynthia Drayer, firstname.lastname@example.org
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