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Deborah Jane Kline (#47203244)
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Bio Photo PLEASE DO NOT TAKE THE PHOTOS I HAVE UPLOADED and upload them anywhere, at least not without telling me what you want to use it for and getting my agreement to that. Not only is it against findagrave.com policy guidelines, it's against copyright LAW. As a practical matter, because I am researching more than just cemeteries and interested in connecting with other descendants of mutual ancestors to share all kinds of genealogy information, I want to be the one to upload my photos so that my profile link is below those photos, making it easier for others to contact me. If you want one of my photos added to a memorial on findagrave or ancestry.com, please just ask me, and I will be very happy to do so.
Conversely, despite Findagrave.com's policy GUIDELINES (which are NOT LAWS nor findagrave's conditions for participation), I will gladly transfer any memorial I manage or created to a person more closely related to the person memorialized than I am. I am extremely grateful to the many strangers who have created memorials and uploaded photos, but I think it is more important that a memorial be managed by the closest relative, rather than only if you are descended directly from that person by 3 generations or fewer, especially as contrasted with a stranger.
On ancestry.com, I have made a very wide public tree, "Kline-Barrow & Hackard-Crisp, etc." because I enjoy these kinds of puzzles and have found that I have obtained more information about direct ancestors from distant relatives than close relatives have ever known. And, yes, I do recognize the conflict between that realization and my opinion that memorials be managed by the closest relative.
I haven't been able to go to any new cemeteries since the autumn of 2012 but to the cemeteries I do go to in the future starting hopefully in the autumn of 2015, I will try to check findagrave.com for others' requests. Although our home base is in Colorado, we have traveled off and on to other states for our work and I hope to be doing so again by 2016.

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Cynthia Hering
RE: Thanks & request to remove duplicate
Found a way to contact the other party involved. Wasn't easy.
I have often wondered since Claude and Marianne's death dates are 18 years apart, if they were even buried in the same cemeteries? Your thoughts?
Added by Cynthia Hering on Mar 12, 2017 12:30 PM
Cynthia Hering
RE: Thanks & request to remove duplicate
I cannot find a way to get hold of this person to make the request you made of me. I put the picture on the Memorial, even though it appears Claude T is buried in a different Cemetery than hers. The website doesn't show me how to reach the person who has the Memorial sight # 85170857.
Any suggestions? Or should I leave it asis
Cynthia
Added by Cynthia Hering on Mar 12, 2017 11:12 AM
CedarT
Grave Request
You submitted a picture request for a Perry Hoge. The closest thing I found was the grave of a "William Perry Hoge" 1887-1957.
I did not add this picture to the requested page because I was not sure it matches. If you know more information and would like me to send you the picture or attach it to his page please let me know. Thank you!
~Cedar Taylor~
Added by CedarT on Feb 25, 2017 1:44 PM
Elaine R S
RE: Coffeys memorials
and Bridget is also on Harry and Frank's death certificates.

http://www.sos.mo.gov/images/archives/deathcerts/1927/1927_00023647.PDF

http://www.sos.mo.gov/images/archives/deathcerts/1948/1948_00007362.PDF

Added by Elaine R S on Jan 23, 2017 4:45 PM
Elaine R S
RE: Coffeys memorials
The source of information is from the Archdiocese Burial search that Kathie had already told you about in your questions to her. http://archstl.org/app/cemeteries/burial_search/lot?cemeteries=4&lot=0813&page=1§ion=006

as far as his wife being bridget, I looked in Ancestry.
Added by Elaine R S on Jan 23, 2017 4:23 PM
Elaine R S
RE: Coffeys memorials
Please read the caption on the lot shot photo. It notes who is buried in the lot. The only two not listed as buried in the lot, but yet noted on the marker, are Patrick, a son, and Mary, a daughter. Looking in ancestry, it appears they may have passed in 1866 & 1869, no way to be sure. As volunteer and genealogist myself, looking at all the sides of a memorial for info is a given. What was there, was photographed. No, Bridget is not on another side and she is not included in the lot information.
Added by Elaine R S on Jan 23, 2017 11:16 AM
Kathie
Coffey's in St Louis
Part 2, sorry hit enter before adding;

Joseph age 6 died 12/2/1885 and Nelly age 3 died 11/28/1885, bot at the address of 2205 Dodier. They are listed in the St Louis City Registry, so there might be more info on the actual Death Registry Cert.

Okay no offensive, but where are the women...
Frank married To Ida wife buried with and
Harry widower of Mary

odds are pretty good that Frank and Harry are brothers, it seems they have the same parents, Patrick Coffey and Bridget Ward- both of Ireland

Kathie
Added by Kathie on Jan 10, 2017 2:07 PM
Kathie
Coffey's in St Louis
Hello,

I have noticed that you requested a photo for a Harry Coffey. There are 6 Coffey's in that lot. However they are all Males except for a 3 yo Nellie that died in 1885. there are another 147 other coffey's in St Louis area Archdiocese cemeteries.
There is a link to the Archdiocese website on the Cemetery's main page.

You also might want to check MO Death Cert also,
http://s1.sos.mo.gov/records/Archives/ArchivesMvc/DeathCertificates They have lots of good info like his Death Cert.
http://www.sos.mo.gov/images/archives/deathcerts/1927/1927_00023647.PDF

Happy Hunting
Kathie
Added by Kathie on Jan 10, 2017 1:54 PM
Clay
RE: Margaret Hart - Forest Lawn Long Beach
You are welcome. I always like puzzles and you gave me some clues.

The following look like their marriage certificate and 1940 census:

Marriage License (2 pages)

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893H-45YW?mode=g&i=2880&cc=1804002

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L93H-4P75?i=2881&cc=1804002


Census (lines 56 anf 57)

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9MT-F7Q2?mode=g&i=29&cc=2000219

If so, her husband was Charles LeRoy Hart. Does not explain who C. M. Hart was. It's position on the marker (second line, between Margaret's name and her dates) would suggest a nickname or possible an error in the marker format.

Hope this helps. - Clay
Added by Clay on Jan 03, 2017 10:07 PM
Clay
Margaret Hart - Forest Lawn Long Beach
Photo request fulfilled. She shares a marker with a "C. M. Hart"; otherwise, no other Harts in the immediate area.

Marker is unusual is that it is 3 lines with:
Margaret's name
C. M. 's name
Margaret's birth and death dates.

Do you know who is C.M. Hart and if he/she is alive?
Added by Clay on Jan 03, 2017 2:35 PM
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