|Larry Lepard (#46523988)|
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I'm related to Emily Crane who was married to Noah Holcomb (1818-1877). Emily's brother Walter was my 3-g-grandfather. I was visiting Knowles Cemetery last year hoping to find some of my ancestors, and ran across the Holcombs there. I knew they were related so figured I'd take pictures.
Added by ECrane on Mar 06, 2013 10:13 PM
Noah Holcomb, husband of Eunice Thompson is my 4th great granduncle. Thank you very much for the note. I may not be absolutely true, but it appears that every Holcomb is one of my relatives.
|Law-Miller Roots||RE: Etta Wurmser grave photo|
You're quite welcome, glad to help. It would appear that Etta has quite an interesting life story and I appreciate that you took the time to share it with me. btw - I've also uploaded the photos for her parents, Adam and Lydia Haley, who are buried at the same location in Maple Grove Cemetery. Their names all appear on the same marker in Block 26, Lot 6.
|bill sullivan||Joseh Sutto|
You are more than welcome.
I checked on his middle initial today; it's a fancy lower-case-looking "h," so Henry must certainly be right...Clarence Henry Billiard.
|CryptoGram||Clarence Billiard DraftCards|
I don't know if Mr. Billiard ever served in the military, but he did fill out draft cards for both WW1 & WW2 ~ I'll email them to you; perhaps this is NOT your right person. Do you know if he was born in Fargo, ND, but mostly lived in Ohio?
|CryptoGram||RE: Clarence Billiard photo|
You're very welcomed ~ I'm glad to have helped you find him. He's in what's called the Calla Lily Columbarium which was the original crematory at Fairview, but redesigned after a fire some years ago.
I tried to find an obit for Mr. Billiard, but the month he died in 1959 is not online; since he seems to have passed in Arizona (mistake?), there might not have been an obit in ABQ at all. And since his WW1 draft card says his middle name was Henry, I don't understand the "J" either. I'll take a closer look next time I'm there.
If there are any missing pieces I can help you find, I'd be glad to do my best.