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|Betty Barlow (#46995869)|
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|My name is Betty Clydie Child Barlow daughter of Ralph Wadsworth Child and Sophia Marguerite Penman. I was born in Ogden, Weber, Utah 4 Nov 1937. Married Reid Roberts Barlow son of Truman Woodrow Barlow and Ruth Roberts. We have 5 children and 20 grandchildren.|
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|history4sure||RE: Margaret Curtis Shipp|
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I am a relative of Brigham Henry Roberts second husband of Margaret Curtis Shipp and in my records and histories I find that she died in Brooklyn Kings, New York, United States and her body was shipped to Salt Lake City for burial. Would you please correct her death place. She died 13 Mar 1926 and was buried 18 Mar 1926. Thank you.
Reid Roberts Barlow .....
If you will go to the memorial, # 13414116 for the mother, who died 13 March 1926, you will see I do not control that memorial. It is under the care of Ryan D. Curtis and the full name of the deceased is Dr. Margaret Curtis Roberts, who did die in Kings County Brooklyn New York, which is correct on her memorial.
I manage the memorial for her daughter, # 153994542 - Maggie Curtis Shipp, unmarried, who DID die in Salt Lake City in 1893. It is best that you send edits directly through the memorial's "edit" feature, so these dates and people do not get confused.
Thanks for your concern and taking the time to contact me; I always appreciate additional information ....Cheers~ Shirleen
|D Scott||RE: Lewis K. Barlow|
Sorry it's taken so long to get back with you. I don't remember where I got that he'd passed away in Heyburn, I know it was online somewhere but now I can't find the page. I'll transfer his page to you so it can be updated and be in the family. Thank you for bringing it to my attention, David.
Added by D Scott on Oct 13, 2012 1:00 AM
|Scott Braddy||RE: Eagle Scout Project|
Just click on the Riverside Cemetery and look at the list. Yes there are some 60000 people there but most of them don't have markers. If you want to check with the office maybe they can help you with unmarked names. I focused manely on the veterans graves. Those will be all the white military markers along the main road and rail road. The others I did are scattered all throughout the cemetery and I've done some 6000 of them. Probley another 3000 were already taken. Maybe you can print out a list from online. I don't have a record of the ones I've done. I just keep it in my head. The first newer section that you come to I've not done, but I don't know if it was done by somebody else either. I just go and snap away and hope for the best myself. Sorry I'm not more help. Good luck. With a whole troop doing it. It should go pretty fast at least. Use sunscreen!