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Tom Rose (#46856178)
 member for 10 years, 9 months, 20 days
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Bio Photo I was born and raised in what was once called the Valley of the Heart's Delight and later became Silicon Valley. I am a photo volunteer for Find a Grave; Los Gatos Memorial is the cemetery most convenient to me. I am interested in local history, particularly of the Cambrian Park area of San Jose and am involved with the alumni association of Camden High School of San Jose (1955-1980.) I am also an avid movie and car buff.
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Cindy Elschide
Diana Snow
Thank you so much for transferring Diana to me. I really appreciate it.
Added by Cindy Elschide on Mar 23, 2014 7:11 PM
Jason Krahn
RE: Problem With Marvin Brown Grave
Not a problem. I've been not very active lately myself on here. I have since learned the layout of the cemetery much better, and have even talked to the Secretary of the place, and she gave me a grave map. I now know exactly, and I mean exactly where both of them are, though again, they are definitely unmarked graves. That place is old, and confusing at first as far as how it's laid out, but I totally "get it" now. I got started on this whole find-a-grave thing because of your relative Marvin, and have even thought of ways to perhaps mark the grave(s) just in the mean time, but couldn't come up with an inexpensive way to do it. I'm not working right now unfortunately. But I'll venture back out to that cemetery sometime hopefully pretty soon. If there is anything I can do to assist you in marking the graves, let me know. I'm always looking for something to do, LOL......
Added by Jason Krahn on Mar 30, 2013 4:04 PM
Jason Krahn
RE: Problem With Marvin Brown Grave
I just searched through all my pics and definitely do not have a Margaret Brown. The only females that I have with the last name of Brown are Joy & Shirley. I have been busy though photoshopping a map of the whole cemetery together, and marking a few of the graves with the plot numbers according to find-a-grave. And what I learned is the layout of the cemetery at least as far as rows and direction of the numbering, odds vs even numbers, etc. I can definitely tell you within a few feet of where Marvin would be, if I should happen to find myself there again. That's about 80 miles for me, but maybe somebody else will be there before I will next. I can assure you he is definitely unmarked, but again, I know right where he should be anyways...... And when I say "unmarked", I mean no name, rather than no sign of a burial. There might for all I know be a well laid out "spot" where Marvin is, and it just has no name. This makes me wish I would have taken video......
Added by Jason Krahn on Nov 15, 2012 3:16 AM
Dr. & Mrs. GA T Jr.
David Jackson
He had 2 brothers and a sister.
Added by Dr. & Mrs. GA T Jr. on Feb 15, 2012 2:03 PM
Dr. & Mrs. GA T Jr.
David Jackson
I really like your photo:)

David was my second cousin. It was only after very long and painstaking research I was able to find out where he, his mother, and father were buried(our family is non communicative!). He was on a plane trip with his father and they crashed in Danese, Fayette County, West Virginia. You might be able to find an old news clipping of the accident.
Added by Dr. & Mrs. GA T Jr. on Feb 14, 2012 3:42 PM
Would you mind if I put Walker Templeton's photo on my tree on
Added by LRES on Mar 04, 2011 5:14 PM
RE: Much thanks...
You are very very welcome, I know how much I appreciated it when my request was posted, paying it forward...~Kris
Added by rkaperez on Dec 27, 2010 12:20 PM
mk hickox
Thank you for adding Horace Day
Hi Tom,

Thank you so very much for adding my great, great grandfather Horace Day's gravesite, that of the white marble cross, to the "find a grave".

What a lovely surprise to see his monument headstone, it is I think the loveliest and largest white marble cross in the entire Los Gatos Memorial Park Cemetary.

I have posted a note to his grave giving some history of how he came to be buried in Los Gatos.

Thanks for all you do. My grandmother, great aunts and great uncles are also buried in this gravesite but they only have plaques.

This is a lovely part of the cemetary with the nearby redwood tree, one of the very few, at the cemetary.

Added by mk hickox on Mar 28, 2010 8:14 PM
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George Oral German
Thank you so much for your hard work. I appreciate all you do for the Find A Grave community. Again, thanks.
Added by Memorial Keeper on Oct 07, 2009 10:02 AM
Phyllis Hensley
Morrow grave
Thank you so much for the picture of Glenn and Ruth Morrow's stone.

Added by Phyllis Hensley on Oct 06, 2009 6:30 PM
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