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Cristy (#46780434)
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Bio Photo THIS IS A CEMETERY

Lives are commemorated - deaths are
Recorded - families are reunited -
Memories are made tangible - and love is
Undisguised. This is a cemetery

Communities accord respect, families
Bestow reverence, historians seek
Information and our heritage is thereby
Enriched.

Testimonies of devotion, pride and
Remembrance are carved in stone to pay
Warm tribute to accomplishments and to
The life - not death - of a loved one.
The cemetery is homeland for family
Memorials that are a sustaining source of
Comfort to the living.

A cemetery is a history of people - a
Perpetual record of yesterday and a
Sanctuary of peace and quiet today. A
Cemetery exists because every life is worth
Loving and remembering - always.

Author - Mary Lou Brannon(my cousin)

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EGF
Floyd Jeremiah Rice
This is a bit of a strange one. Riverview Abbey's records indicate that his cremains are interred in Carnation Corridor, South Wall, Urn Section, Tier 5, along with those of James and Salome Lawrence. As the photo shows, there is no visible urn in the niche. Maybe his cremains were physically placed into one of the Lawrence urns. Who knows?

To your knowledge, was Floyd Rice related to James and Salome Lawrence? This would certainly explain why his ashes are interred with them.

I hope this helps. One suggestion: you could call Riverview Abbey and ask for the staff to reconfirm this information. If it's in error, let me know and I'll take down the picture.

Good luck.

EGF
Added by EGF on Jun 17, 2017 3:51 AM
Vicky Hansen
RE: Rockleys
You're welcome!
Added by Vicky Hansen on Jun 10, 2017 2:33 PM
john haines
Windbiglers
Memorials moved.

Thank you,
John
Added by john haines on May 12, 2017 6:29 PM
Louis du Mort
RE: Mr & Mrs Clark
Anything for my pal!
Added by Louis du Mort on Apr 11, 2017 8:49 PM
Heather
Betty Garvey
Thank you for the transfer.

Best Wishes, Heather
Added by Heather on Mar 29, 2017 9:03 PM
Heather
133789315
Hello Cristy, would you transfer this memorial to me. Thank you for all the work that you do.
Heather Garvey
Added by Heather on Mar 27, 2017 10:58 PM
Melinda
RE: Elma Burns
I believe you are correct with St. Mary's Cemetery. After reading about the added parishes thru the years (http://saintjoeparish.org/about), I would assume she attended St. Joseph's Parish, but her family is buried at St. Mary's Cemetery. In 1900, there was a church called Ferndale Catholic Church. Is it still there? Or has the name been changed? The Roman Catholics have a history of keeping excellent records.
Added by Melinda on Mar 02, 2017 2:28 AM
Elsie Harmon
RE: 79886395 Frances Ethel Gray
How about you start it and I will add to it.
Elsie
Added by Elsie Harmon on Feb 20, 2017 10:12 AM
Elsie Harmon
79886395 Frances Ethel Gray
Her husband John Thomas Gray b. 12 Aug. 1879, died Feb. 10, 1942 should be in the same cemetery.
Did you happen to find a marker for him?
Elsie
Added by Elsie Harmon on Feb 18, 2017 8:59 PM
Jax
Shuman/tallyrand
Christy thank you thank you for the transfers. I appreciate your work so much, and having done some similar work at a cemetary near my home I know how rewarding it is. It's literally the opposite of morbid, it is a joyeous thing to keep the memory of ancestors alive. Thank you again. If I may ever repay the lovely gesture in some way it would be my honor and pleasure. Most sincerely, JAX, a fellow "grave walker"
Added by Jax on Jan 28, 2017 12:15 AM
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