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|Todd Wayne||Michael Schnabel|
Is there any new burial info on Michael? I'd like to pay my respects.
|Susan Culberson||James Leonard "J W King" Waldrop, Jr|
Jim was my oldest brother. I found your link on Find a Grave. Can you tell me your connection to Jim? Do you have more pictures of him?
Feel free to contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Vasay Kobly||Wilfried Chevalier|
Please,tell me where`s the burial place of Wilfried Chevalier?
|Bill Baumbach||Harold Blume|
Can you move Harold # 20944721 to the Cedar Grove Cemetery in Indianola. The Cedar and Indianola cemetery are side by side and hard to tell the differance.
|David Haspert||Richard Younger Interment|
Younger, Richard J. (6/8/1908 - 12/24/1995)
Richard J. Younger of Commerce City, a retired farmer, died Sunday in Denver. He was 87. A service will be held at 10 a.m. today
at Our Lady Mother of the Church in Commerce City. Interment will be Elmwood Cemetery. Younger was born June 8, 1908, in Ellis, Kan. On Feb. 26, 1930, he married Elizabeth Bollig in Brighton. They were married for 54 years. He is survived by four sons, Robert, Commerce City, John, Parker, Theodore, Brighton, and James, Fleming; five daughters, Dorothy White, Westminster, Joan Dreiling, Brighton, Deloris Babcock, Thornton, Arleen Paiva, Commerce City, and Rosalie Younger, Denver; two brothers, Fred and Bernard Younger; four sisters, Minnie Waldsmith, Eleanor Saxton, Agnes Fercus and
Virginia Younger; 28 grandchildren and 47 great-grandchildren. Denver Post, 12/28/1995
Thanks for the info you provided on the Younger family. He and his wife were both from Volga German families.
my name is eli, i am fro israel.
i mew dror for many years and just finf out about
can you please tell me if his grave is in the united state or in israel?
dror was one of the most amaizing person i have ever known in my life. i worked a few month in europe and just came back to israel and herd the news.
Added by eli on Jul 01, 2012 3:31 AM
|Bernard Johnson||RE: No record|
I personally inspected his death certificate 2 weeks ago at the county registrar. Back then California DC's only listed where the cremation took place, not where cremated remains were buried. The Laurel Land part came from an obituary I have from a gay newspaper but I have called Laurel Land twice and they have no record of him. I talked to them about a month ago.
|Bernard Johnson||No record|
Oh. Sorry. This is regarding James Waldrop AKA J.W. King. I am going to TX and had always wanted to get a photo of grave, but no record. Mother must be holding onto them.
Laurel Land has no record of him. Mother must have done something else with him.
There is no record of him at either Laurel Land. Mother must have done something else with them.
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