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Added by TLH on Mar 01, 2015 7:38 PM
|TLH||RE: Susannah Wood|
I think you can either type it in on the biography section, or copy and paste the edit on the biography section. I'm new to Find A Grave, so I haven't done this yet.
Added by TLH on Mar 01, 2015 5:04 PM
|Bonita Isabella||John A. Bonser|
I added a John A. Bonser, buried in Holyrood Catholic Cemetery, in Shoreline, Washington. Someone has requested a grave photo, so I will be adding one soon. All I know about him so far is he was buried in 1962. Do you happen to know who he might be--who his parents are, etc.? I would like to connect him with family if at all possible.
Thanks so much.
|jdanderson||RE: Lloyd Lyle Shove photo request|
Thank you for checking for Lloyd Shove. His Texas death certificate lists League City Cemetery as the place of burial. There is a Find a Grave entry for him at Fairview . I was hoping someone had the photo, but just had not uploaded it yet. I will keep looking for an obituary and will try contacting the person who created the entry at Fairview. Thanks again, Jeni
|Geno-seeker||Harrison photo in Mount Olivet|
Allen Harrison, Jr. was my uncle and I am in the area today. I would like to visit his grave, but was unable to locate it in this cemetery yesterday. I was able to locate his parents, my great-grandparents, and my grandparents. Do you happen to remember where his grave is located? I see that he is buried in section D, lot 97, space 1... was that very easy to find?
|Judie Latshaw Huff||RE: Collins at Mount Olivet|
I did make the change of the birth year. The rest of the mystery may never be solved since it is not known who supplied the info for the marker but I do think it is for your Edward since the birth year appears to be correct.
|Judie Latshaw Huff||Collins at Mount Olivet|
Hi Joan, I contacted the cemetery office and they took a look at three different records for the R-204 burial location of Collins. If you will go to the memorial you will see an explaination that I hope makes sense. Maybe you also have some additional info that can help with positively clarifying that the marker is incorrect or that the death certificate is incorrect. I'll still double check when the snow is gone but I think the info supplied within the bio area is the best we are going to do. I added the marker that has different years along with the death certificate. Talk about a mystery.
|Judie Latshaw Huff||Edward Collins|
I took a photo today for E M Collins which I thought was the one for your request of a marker photo for Edward N Collins. After I posted the photo I realized that it was the wrong person. I will have to wait until the snow is gone from the area where I found E N Collins but will keep checking to find the one for Edward N Collins. If you want to make another photo request that is up to you but I will continue checking. There is about 3-6 inches of snow in areas and this is one of them so will have to wait until the other markers show up.
Judie in Salt Lake City
|AncestorHunter||Willie Magon Stout photo|
Thank you so very much for taking this photo. I have been trying for months to find out ANYTHING about my great-uncle.
Now, thanks to the ancestry.com message boards, and thanks to you, I now have proof of where he is buried.
You are very welcome, please feel free to let me know if you need anything else from this area.
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