|H. Tracy Hall, Jr. (#46810278)|
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Retired chemist, Provo Canyon, Utah|
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|5O C@L G3N!3||RE: August Friederich Busch|
Thank you for translating his obituary. I will add it to his bio. Susan
|M. Shoe||RE: Photos of William C Webster & family|
These pictures were shared with me by my wife's uncle, K. Adamson. K. is the great grandson of Amelia Webster Adamson. I don't know much more about these pictures. Please feel free to use these photos. I was happy to see that everyone in the family photo was identified, which is not always the case with old portraits like these. Have a good day!
Added by M. Shoe on Nov 23, 2015 5:51 AM
|Russ Ottens||William Messner News|
Thanks so very much for providing this newspaper article. Ironically, my great grandfather, Daniel Woland (William's brother-in-law), died 8 and 1/2 years later in the same mine. Adaline Messner Woland was then a widow left to care for 6 children.
|Russ Ottens||William Messner|
I made the change you suggested for my great grandmother's brother, William Messner. I'm wondering if you have some documentation for his death date of Feb. 3, 1878? Looking closely at my photo of the worn stone (made June 23, 2007 with a 3 megapixel camera), a case could be made for either Feb. 3 or Feb. 8. It would be nice to have a primary source with Feb. 3rd written down.
|Souza||RE: Memorial 36249968|
Appreciate the information. I have made changes to the memorial, please check it out. If there is anything more, or corrections to this memorial dont hesitate to contact me. Thanks for the assistence in making these memorials a factual as possible.
Added by Souza on Oct 11, 2014 8:57 PM
|Eugene C. Rasband||Alwin Baird's parents|
Alwin Don Baird's (Find A Grave Memorial # 13548971) parents were Henry Baird (Find A Grave Memorial # 37235417) and Elizabeth Ann Rasband (find A Grave # 37235683) He was my father's first cousin; my father was raised for the first two years of his life by Uncle Henry and Aunt Lizzie. Thank you for linking A.D. to his parents.
|rememberme||Ralph Hall - Ogden City Cemetery|
Did you know that in Ogden City Cemetery there is a street called Gold Star Drive. About 1921 they planted trees along this street to honor the fallen soldiers of WWI. Each tree had a bronze plaque in front of each tree, but some are now missing. Ralph Hall's plaque is missing, but should have been at the 10th tree on the East side of the street. Starting at the south end. At the entrance is an Bronze tablet with the names of all the men. It was dedicated in 1921 by Service Star Legion Ogden Chapter. Do you have an email that will accept pictures, if so I can send you pictures of this street, tablet and ect. I have around 6 pictures.