Thank you so very much for the photo. Your time and effort are greatly appreciated. I have added the Cemetery info.....thanks!
Rosemary, Thank-you so much for all you've done. It is very much appreciated. Tha flowers are a nice touch !!
Thank you very much for the photos of the memorials for Ethel and Robert Chancellor. They were my grandparents. I've never had the opportunity to visit the site and these photos mean so much to me. Thank you again and again. joylen
Added by joylen on May 23, 2011 8:36 PM
|Maureen Thomas||RE: Skylawn Grave Photo Requests|
Gertrude and Glen are by the front as I remember right by the road. I believe on the left as you drive in. Over by the office. Frances and Ward are in the Mausoleum, Books up high on the right? Ida Keirsey, there are some more Keirseys too, and the Vianos are down and to the left I believe from the Mausoleum. you can see the highway going down to Half Moon Bay, from their graves.
Clear as mud !!!!!!!!!!!! Whan we lived there I'd go up and see them, I wish I had taken photos now. I really appreciate this.
I'm in the same boat, the small cemeteries are fine to walk up and down the rows. The office should be able to give you better directions.
Thank-you, Maureen Thomas
I really appreciate you taking the time to find the grave photo which I requested. It really means alot. Thank you so very much.
Added by Spanky on May 16, 2011 9:03 AM
Thank you so very much for the grave marker photos of my Daddy's and Grandparent's graves. The flowers were a thoughtful touch and I am crying.
|Kathryn Arnold(Worcester)||RE: Lloyd E. Crawford|
Yes, please Rosemary please send photo. I really appreciate your thoughtfulness and your time in taking the picture. Also thank you for taking my mother's picture. Jane A Crawford.
Have a Blessed day
|Bill Mulcahy||Photo of Frederick L Mulcahy Jr.|
Thank you so much for your kindness and effort in taking the photographs of the final resting place of Frederick L. Mulcahy Jr at the Golden Gate National Cemetery. I also appreciate the additional photos of the Michael Mulcahy grave. I don't know yet if he is a relative - but the extra information on the stone will help me. If I can ever get any pictures for you in the Massachusetts area, don't hesitate to ask.
Sincerely and with appreciation,
|Shirley Williams Rienecker||Mansfields|
I wanted to thank you for trying to find the graves. In the Martin/Mansfields grave so much as been lost in time and history. Even Nicholas Martin's wife's grave is unfound now. Even a picture of the family plot there would help preserve the tie and history which is left.
we have been all over the hills side by the Half Moon Bay Old Martin ranch area on past RV trips, but can find no trace. Martin's Beach was originally Nicholas Martin and his brothers beginning. Then the beach land was sold off and that man then named the area 'Martin's Beach. Martin was then up of the good farming land area by Hw 1.They were quite a family into the joining of Mansfield etc.
Any way--effort was made. I thank you.
|Shirley Williams Rienecker||Mansfield|
rvrn thou there is no marker, lets post the picture you took. Will show the area etc.
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