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|Suzy & Rob (#46950534)|
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The human stories and history that can be found in cemeteries have facinated my husband and I for years. We are happy to share this facination with the Find A Grave community. Please contact us if you have any additional information to add to our memorials. Also, please feel free to use our pictures to enhance your family histories. A credit would be nice but not a requirement.|
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|Carol Marko||RE: Arthur William Cameron # 174240869|
Thanks for your quick response. It only made sense to me that if his wife transported his body back to Nova Scotia, he must have been buried there. Now the mystery is to find out where, as it appears she died and was buried in Arizona several years later. I noticed that one of their daughters was married and living in Arizona at the time of her mother's death, so assume she likely was buried there. I also have a copy of his death certificate, but don't have one for his wife. If you happen to have one for her, I would appreciate if you could post the link here. Thanks.
|Carol Marko||Arthur William Cameron # 174240869|
I am wondering if you can tell me where you obtained the burial information for Arthur William Cameron (Memorial # 174240869), because I have a copy of his Probate Documents from the court in Yavapai County, Arizona. On one page there is a receipt which shows an accounting for funeral expenses of Arthur William Cameron $250, railroad fare for body of deceased and Mrs. Annie D Cameron, wife of deceased from Clarkdale, Arizona to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada in the amount of $223.02, for a total of $473.02 paid.
If you would like a copy of this document, please email me at email@example.com and I will gladly email it.
|Arnulfo Ybarra||RE: Grave Marker|
Thank you so much for your reply! I will contact them and see if I can get a photo of the grave marker. What a find! Thank you for the work you are doing!
|Arnulfo Ybarra||Grave Marker|
Was there a grave stone or marker with this information for Pedro E Sanchez? If not, where did you get this information?
|Catherine Cyr||Great granddaughter of Percy|
Hello Suzy n Rob. I just found out that I am Percy Evansí great grandaughter. Robert Overton Evans was my grandpa.
What is your relation to Percy? Did he have a son Percy Floyd Jr.? I by chance have a sister Susie and a brother Rob. Small worl
|Richard Rieck||Charles Macy #151475253|
No problem. Mistakes happen.
|Richard Rieck||Charles P. Macy #151475253|
Thank you for posting my information. In your words, "A credit would be nice but not a requirement." Evidently you decided attribution was not a requirement in this case.
|paths2present||RE: Williard Baker # 93536711|
OK, edits made. Thanks for letting me know, and thanks for sending the additional information for his memorial page. I appreciate it!
|paths2present||Williard Baker # 93536711|
Hi there! Thanks for sending the grave location edit for him--always great to have that on the memorial--but I wanted to check with you before I process the edit.
You sent a grave location as "Section 28, Block 24A, Lot 4, Space 7" but the grave marker I photographed for him was in Block 96. If your information is correct, then I wonder if there is another marker for him at Fairmount. Or if there might be a second Williard Baker at Fairmount that would match the grave location information you sent. Would you take another look at your source and let me know? I appreciate it--thanks!
|Richard Rieck||Charles Macy #151475253|
A list of graves seen on the Oregon/California trail in 1850 was published in the St. Louis Missouri Republican of October 6 of that year. One of the many names is Charles P. Macey, age 12, died June 14, of cholera, from "Davis" Co., Indiana. In his 1853 overland diary, Andrew S. McClure reports seeing the head *board* for Charles. When writing, McClure was on the south side of the Platte River about 15 miles east of the Platte Forks or a mile or two south of present-day Brady, Nebraska. Trail grave markers, especially wooden head boards, rarely lasted more than two or three years. Because the grave was still undisturbed three years after burial and because it is well over 1,000 miles to Los Angeles it is highly unlikely that the remains of Charles were ever removed to California. It is almost certain, therefore, that the marker in Evergreen Cemetery is a cenotaph or memorial (at least as far as Charles in concerned). I thought you might be interested. Richard Rieck
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