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|Julie Becvar (#46821898)|
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|In doing genealogy research, I generally rely upon census reports, which information is often incomplete and in error. Being frustrated and unable to connect families, I, one day, strolled through Find-a-Grave. There, sitting in front of me were names and birth and death dates to connect families, as well as other members I did not know. Now, I'd like to help someone else connect to their families in the areas in which I live and intend to visit. Presently, I live in Pocatello, Idaho, and hope to visit as many cemeteries in this area as I can find. Email me if you have a particular interest, or would like photos taken of applicable gravesites.|
|Messages left for Julie Becvar (6)||[Leave Message]|
|Gerald Dayley||Geneve P Hatch|
I have sent you an edit suggestion for Geneve P. Hatch (19154150) thru the edit tab on her memorial. It's for her maiden name, which may help some people find her memorial and/or link her to other family members. I also sent a suggestion for some bio. information. I hope you will check these out and consider them. Thank you.
|LDS Family History Center Blackfoot||RE: John H. Frasure|
Do you have any reliable source for this? I didn't create this memorial (#33638132). I inherited the "LDS Family History Center Blackfoot" from someone else, so I don't have any personal knowledge regarding the creation of the memorial.
I did, however, do a little research, thanks to your prompt, and found a "Burial Permit" record at http://abish.byui.edu/special collections that matches the date on the memorial. I deduce from it that the memorial was originally created based on that record and the picture of the marker was added later.
I changed the death date on the memorial to match the marker, and added the information listed on the abish.byui website.
I am not sure if you are aware, however, please check the edit tab on your profile page. As that is where any new SAC are going to appear. I have sent you several over the past month
|Thelma Dickinson Moye||Lola & Verl Pratt|
Thank you so much for the transfer. Thelma
|Leroy Higley||tombstone pics|
The Higley's thank you for getting us a tombstone pic for Clyde and Phyllis Higley. We appreicate your efforts and hope to pass on your kindness in my efforts in my area. Have a great day.
|Ericka Rudolph Kulm||Rudolph|
Thanks for taking a photo of the stone and to Lawrence for adding the other info. This has helped me out a ton on the Howard R. Rudolph family, who is my great-grandfather. My grandfather was Charles H Rudolph who died in 1981. His son, Raymond Rudolph is my father, who passed away as well now back on June 14, 2003. My dad's mother, Veronica has passed as of 2000 and Charles' 2nd wife Marion is still alive and doing well, living in NJ still.