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Teresa Wilmany Castano (#47434647)
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RE: Rosela
I actually think the article goes to here, just the reporter did a bad job in putting together the obituary.

Did you want it removed or to put notes in the memorial?
Added by Elizabeth on Dec 19, 2016 12:45 PM
Pam Dean
mildred hangaman
I have added Mildred Hangaman on find a grave, the marker you have photographed is not where she is buried. She is buried in Oak grove memorial gardens in Irving.That is why there are two listing for her on her parents pages.
Added by Pam Dean on May 31, 2013 11:23 PM
Shirley Stewart Milford
RE: Preslar
Teresa, I laughed when I saw your comment about my relationship to the Preslars. I'm guessing you have noticed the memorials and links I have been making. : ) Catherine Richardson Stewart was my g-g-grandmother. Catherine and Rev Hosea Preslar were neighbors in NC - and 'family' since one of Catherine's daughters, Nancy Stewart, married Stephen Preslar, Hosea's nephew or brother - I'm not sure which.

Rev Preslar led a group including Catherine (who was widowed) and her eight children from NC across the mountains to West Tennessee. Had he not my family and I would most likely not exist! Because of this I feel indebted to Hosea Preslar and wanted to make memorials for him and his family and link them on Findagrave to honor him.

I searched and finally found a copy of his book "Thoughts on Divine Providence" hoping it would have some details of the trip to TN, but about all he said was his parents and all of his siblings made the trip, except one brother who was already in TN, which I guess is why he chose TN. If you know anything about the trip, I would really appreciate your sharing with me.
Added by Shirley Stewart Milford on Oct 03, 2012 10:49 AM
Ed Kosary
Billy Whitten
Found Mr. Whitten's headstone today at Laurel Land Cemetery in Dallas. If you are doing a family tree, his gravesite is located in section 52 (Laurel land is very big and has areas to expend to, hopefully if some of his family in future can use section number to find his burial site)
Ed Kosary
Dallas, TX
Added by Ed Kosary on Jan 20, 2012 3:02 PM
Jeannette Brady
Mildred Hangaman
Laurel Oaks Memorial Park has no record for Mildred Hangaman. Was there a different last name for her? If so, let me know and I'll be happy to go back out to get a photo of her headstone.
Added by Jeannette Brady on Dec 10, 2011 9:01 PM
RE: Lewis Vilmany
Teresa, I emailed you a copy of the Death Cert, you may want to check your junk mail box.
Added by LindaB on Oct 21, 2011 5:10 PM
RE: Lewis Vilmany
Teresa, Her death certificate is listed under Mrs. L.(Louis) Vilmany, state file volume # 2538, certificate #18081. Died 3/19/1918.

I located her death cert on under "Mrs. Louis Vilmany"
age 30, born in Hungary 1888.

She was buried March 21, 1918 at Calvary Cemetery, Lorain, Ohio. Lived at 1627 E. 33rd St., Lorain. Daughter of Louis Hudi. Cause of death was acute lobar pneumonia.

You can view the Ohio Death Cert if you sign in to pilot. or I can send it to you.
Added by LindaB on Oct 21, 2011 4:48 PM
RE: Lewis Vilmany
Teresa, I attempted to find that out through I found mutliple spellings for the last name and marriage records of some children. I also went to and found newspaper obituaries which mentioned belonging to a Catholic Church. I suggest calling Elmwood & then Calvary Cemetery to start with. Elmwood also has a Hungarian Reformed secction with most headstone in crylic (?), but cemetery records would be in English. Are you on ancestry?. LInda
Added by LindaB on Oct 19, 2011 7:27 PM
transfer of Vilmany memorials
I will transfer the Vilmany memorials of your GreatGrandparents to you to manage since you are direct lineage if that is ok with you. Thank you for contacting me.
Added by KeepsakeQuilter on Oct 17, 2011 2:09 PM
Jimmy Jones
Babyland V at Restland has several sections and more than one plot 128. I searched the area with help from a Restland employee and located a marker for Amber Lee Brown, May 28-June 6, 1971.
if your info as to name and dates are correct, then Kimberly has an unmarked grave or you need to verify the location with the Restland office, 972-238-7111.
I have a picture of Amber Brown's marker if needed.
The up keep on this Garden is horrible. There are markers covered with mud and trash. Sad, very sad. My grandson is buried in this Garden and I go by regularly to clear his grave.
Added by Jimmy Jones on Oct 03, 2011 11:45 AM
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