|Jason Hatch (#46908899)|
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I became interested in the Bountiful Memorial Park several years back. I have several generations of relatives laid to rest there.|
I have spent many hours walking the grounds gathering and updating those who have been left behind and lost to those who love them.
I have also found a few hundred unrecorded burials and had them added to the roll of records at the cemetery office.
Thanks for the requests and updates. I am extremely busy and will make the updates as quickly as time permits.
I am happy to add any information that would be of interest. All biographical information and obituaries are transcribed and added as originally published with extremely minor possible corrections.
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|Houseley||Edna Fullmer #104609543|
I have memorial links for the parents of Edna Rae Fullmer
The first is her mother: Ruby Scott (1903-1999)
And her father: John Scott (1986-1942)
Thanks and Best wishes
Added by Houseley on Feb 26, 2017 9:25 AM
Thanks for your work and info posted on behalf of Hezekiah Partridge. His first wife was Katherine Selden. They married May 7, 1793 in Worthington, Massachusetts. They had eight children before her death December 31, 1811.
God bless you for your work.
Added by SMW on Nov 29, 2016 11:46 AM
|Jerald||RE: Burial location of Randyn Ray Hatch|
Thanks for your reply to my message.
Just yesterday I found the marriage and divorce records for Randyn Ray Hatch. We did not know he ever married, and don't know yet if he had any children. We kind of doubt that he did, but you never know.
BTW - what is your Hatch ancestry back to about 1840? My wife is descended from John Edward Hatch and Laura Victoria Ellis, and she is interested to know if you are from that same line.
Added by Jerald on Oct 19, 2016 11:37 AM
|Jerald||Burial location of Randyn Ray Hatch|
I noticed you have a Find-a-Grave entry for Randyn Ray Hatch, and in that entry you are asking for his burial location.
Randyn was my wife's cousin. When he died in Las Vegas his only living immediate family relatives were his brother, Craig, and his sister, Kim Koleen Hatch. Craig was an itinerant worker who travelled throughout the country wherever he could find work- which, more often than not, he couldn't. He was poor as they come. His sister, Kim, had, years earlier, a run-in with Randyn ("Randy") and it was pretty severe - they never were close after that.
So, considering that Craig was dirt-poor, and that Kim did not want anything to do with Randy, there were no funds for his funeral expenses. With Craig's permission Randy was cremated by the Palm Mortuary in Las Vegas and his ashes are currently interred at their facility in that town.
As recently as a week ago my wife and I were looking into having those ashes sent to us with the intention of taking them up to Burley, Idaho and having them buried by his parents, but the cost of having them dis-interred there in Las Vegas is prohibitive. We would have to pay Clark County (Nevada) all of the cost that they expended to bury him in a pauper's burial back when he died - about $1,700 - and we just can't do that.
Hope this helps.
By the way, we were not aware that he married, but the Find A Grave entry shows that he did. Do you know any particulars about that marriage?
Added by Jerald on Oct 18, 2016 1:38 AM
can i have william parents listed
80805320 on the father and 80805427 as the mother
|Esther Kinder||RE: Transfer of Memorials|
Thank you Jason. I will get them updated as soon as I can.
|William Jackson||Parley Zenos Hatch|
I am the grandson of one of Parley Z. Hatch's mission companions. I have letters and a picture or two you might be interested in. You may have mission journals/diaries I might be interested in.
Can you contact me. Thanks
#39597796 is the incorrect Johannes Gerber
#124630415 is Charles Gerber
Added by oleyboy on Jul 10, 2015 8:21 AM
|oleyboy||Father of Charles Gerber (#39597796)|
I have put in an edit to remove the incorrect Johannes Gerber as father of Charles. While Charles Gerber's father was a Johannes Gerber, it was not the one that your memorial was linked to. Charles' father Johannes Gerber (possibly 1836-1897) stayed in Switzerland and never joined the LDS church like his wife Elizabeth (Gertsch) Gerber did.
Added by oleyboy on Jul 10, 2015 8:18 AM
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