|DB Johnson (#46613546)|
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Please let me know if a listing is inaccurate or incomplete. Roses have been placed at the memorials of relatives.|
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|Jenny Shold||RE: Martin|
Thanks for your speedy reply!
|Jenny Shold||John W. Martin 1917-2011|
I noticed that you contributed the photo for this memorial. Any idea who John Martin is buried next to? Next to his name on the tombstone is "Kathryn S." Could it be one of his wives? Thanks for the info!
Your very welcome.
I am related to both the Spafford & Burnett families so I am connected and very interested in the Pixley family as well.
Eldon Herbert Pixley is a 1st cousin 3 times removed through the Spaffords' and Richard Arthur Pixley is a 4th cousin once removed through the Burnetts' as two examples.
I am also very interested in the Hughson family as I have connections there through the Buck & Lyon families as well.
Added by Gord on Feb 25, 2017 10:05 PM
|Royce Arnold Scott||Aubrey Neil Beam|
Wren and Gertrude had a younger son
Aubrey Neil Beam who lives in Lamesa
|Albert Ledoux||RE: Giuliani|
Thanks for the offer, but I'm not aware of any who are members of Findagrave.
|Albert Ledoux||RE: Giuliani|
After a few seconds, the obit should have displayed (after they give the opportunity to subscribe!)
At any rate, here it is. There a few factoids that didn't make their way into the paper you consulted, which you may choose in incorporate.
Credit should be given to the Altoona Mirror, Feb. 19, 2016.
Lino Giuliani, 90, Vero Beach, Fla., formerly of Grant, Fla., passed away peacefully at home Jan. 17, 2016, after a long and adventurous life.
He was born in Rome, Italy, son of Enrico and Agata Giuliani.
Surviving are many beloved friends and family around the country, including his dear cousin, Arturo Julian of Gallitzin.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and a sister, Rosa in Italy.
In 1954, Lino immigrated to the United States to be with family and friends. He soon joined the U.S. Merchant Marines as a ship engineer, traveling the globe visiting other countries and exploring history. On Aug. 15, 1962, he received his Certificate of Naturalization and became a citizen of the United States, a pride that he felt never waned.
After retiring in 1990, he settled in Grant, Fla., and became a neighborhood friend known for pet-sitting and delivering Meals on Wheels to his friends. He always had a thirst for knowledge, a love of animals and a talent for cooking.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 20, 2016, at St. Luke's Catholic Church, Barefoot Bay, Fla., followed by a reception in the parish hall. His ashes will be interred in Gallitzin at the family burial site at a later date. Arrangements are by Ammen Family Funeral Home, Melbourne, Fla.
|MJ Rhoades||RE: Abery, Rhoades|
Oh, I apologize. I left the "c" out of my e-mail address. I would like to talk more if possible. Rowena was my Great Aunt. here is my correct e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for responding!!!
|MJ Rhoades||Family in common|
I read your bio which you indicate you place roses for family members. I've come across your name in quite a few instances, Avery, Rhoades just to name two. It seems as though we are related somehow and I'm hoping you can solve the mystery. My email address is email@example.com. Thank you, MJ
|Mark Mastrocinque||William Cartwright|
Mr. Johnson, you entered William Cartwright in "Find A Grave". On behalf of the Schreiber High School Performing Arts department, I'm trying to contact any friends and/or family members of Mr. Cartwright. He played the pipes in a 1971 production of "Brigadoon" at Schreiber High School. We've posted recordings of his playing and we thought his family and/or friends might like to hear them.
I requested a photo of the grave for Martha Maroska's husband. The request was kindly completed by Trackerjack. While there, he also photographed Mrs. Maroska's grave, and will happily add those photos to her memorial once he receives a formal request from you. If you would kindly post a request on his wall, he will be happy to upload the photographs to her memorial.
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