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|Laurel Shimpfky Marcucci||Helen Lundborg 11108878|
Eric, I believe there is another memorial for this woman.
memorial 170002578. I knew this woman and I am positive her name was Lundberg. Your memorial was created first but I am not sure if yours is a typo in spelling her name. I know she died in Oct. I went to her funeral.
the other memorial has pictures of her gravestone too.
What do you think?
Can you please add this to her memorial? Thank you, Holly
OBITUARY - for Laura Winkle - from the Torrington, Wyoming Newspaper
TORRINGTON, WYO. - Laura A. Winkle, 88 of Torrington died June 16, 1994, at Community Hospital in Torrington, Wyoming.
A Memorial service will be held on Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Colyer Funeral Home with the Rev. Marilyn McGraw officiating. Cremains will be interred in a private service at Valley View Cemetery. Memorials were established to the Goshen Care Center and the United Methodist Church.
She was born on December 5, 1905 at Sunrise, to William and Rose (Meyer) Hazelwood. She grew up on a ranch near Sunrise and she attended school at Fort Laramie. She lived in Goshen County and later moved to Iowa. On May 29, 1953, she married Vernon Winkle at Torrington. She was a member of the United Methodist Church and Rebekah Lodge at Torrington.
Survivors include her son Robert E. Latta of Torrington; stepdaughters, Donna Eckland of Scottsbluff; Virginia Winkle of Torrington; and Shirley Allen of Lyman, Nebraska; nephew Marvin Millgate of Denver; three grandchildren; eight step-grandchidlren; and 12 step-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husbands; Robert D. Latta, Cebert Hollinger, and Vernon Winkle; one sister, and infant twins.
A Memorial Service at the Collyer Funeral Home at Torrington, Wyoming on June 21, 1994 at 10:00 a.m. Officiating by Reverend Marilyn McGraw, Musician - Edie Wickham; Private Interment at Valley View Cemetery at Torrington, Wyoming.
Added by hah25 on Jun 06, 2017 12:18 PM
|Tony||PFC Darling Memorial|
Thank you very much.
Added by Tony on Jun 06, 2017 9:08 AM
|L A ||Wood family|
Wondering if you would transfer the three memorials listed below who are directly related to my Wood family?
Thank you for your consideration,
L A (#48763964)
1. Charlotte P Flood
Find A Grave Memorial# 13464820
2. Freidman Miller
Find A Grave Memorial# 13468559
3. Raymond (F) Wood
Find A Grave Memorial# 13472568
Added by L A on May 14, 2017 8:02 AM
|Anne Thatcher||re: Joseph Addison Thatcher|
Thank you so much for your work on this. I have never visited nor seen photos of my great-great Uncle until now.
|charles t||RE: John Geiser|
Thank You. I will fill in his info.
|charles t||John Geiser|
Thanks for doing an find a grave entry on my grandfather John Geiser. I was wondering why John? Thanks again for your effort.
Nancy McGowen is my Great Aunt and Lillian Willis is one of her nieces as Dorwin was her only child.
Lillian is daughter of John & Edna Mcgowen.
Lillian & Dorwin were cousins.
Nancy was a sister to Edna and a sister-in-law to
John McGowen. Nancy had been married to George McGowen.
|deanna french||FAG # 18425279 Howard C. Chapin|
I am working on a project to identify the last resting places of many "Old Soldiers" that had ties to Vermont in the Civil Wat. Howard Chapin is one such patriot, having served in the 4th Vermont Infantry.
May I use the monument photo that you contributed to his Find A Grave Memorial, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|kelly sullivan||Charles Mohler|
There is an oral interview with George Eugene Blackmer, in which he speaks of his mother's, Hannah Martha Hockaday, first husband Charles Mohler. Stating that he died during the flu epidemic of 1918 and was brought to the Green Mountain Cemetery for burial. Hannah Martha Hockaday, and Charles Mohler had two children. Chester Edmond Mohler b. 1916 and Robert E. Mohler b. 1918 ( which I am searching for their burial locations)... If you would like to listen to the ORAL INTERVIEW with George Blackmer, or one of the many more available... George's may found online at:
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