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Sharon Leon (#47475317)
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Bio Photo While posting my family tree, I've also set up some memorials for people who aren't in my family. If you find a relative among them and want a transfer, please let me know. I think family members usually do the best job of tending to the memorials.

To err is human, to forgive is canine.

I'm in Washington state.
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Mary
Jonas Skinner
There was no marker in the area for Lulu.
Added by Mary on Aug 18, 2017 4:34 PM
J B
RE: John Moore
Your very welcome :) always glad i can help!! and yeah or maybe they do have a marker but the stones are both buried in the ground since they been gone for over 80 years so their stones may be under ground. i did not see their markers so they could be in ground or the family didnt purchase a marker for them.

J B
Added by J B on Aug 09, 2017 8:40 PM
J B
John Moore
Hi there!!! John is buried next to Agnes with a unmarked grave!! i copied the photo from Agnes's memorial and post it on John's memorial!! hope this all helps!!

J B
Added by J B on Aug 09, 2017 1:59 PM
J B
RE: Agnes Moore's burial location
your welcome and i did see her husband's memorial!! i did claim the request and i will be back at All Saints either tomorrow or Thursday!! i will for sure see if the husband is buried at All Saints!! of anything im assuming he be buried next to Agnes but i can check to make sure!!

J B
Added by J B on Aug 08, 2017 10:12 PM
J B
RE: Agnes Moore's burial location
your very welcome :) glad i can help out!! if you have any more at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, you can let me know!! and i will do my best and help you out!!

J B
Added by J B on Aug 08, 2017 9:52 PM
Kathy
Edgar
James Edgar's fathers name was also James, so Edgar was the name he used. His son Hal was an infamous baseball player. His profile is connected ( Harold Homer )here on Find A Grave, but it's more fun to search for the info. He was well known for throwing games. His Wiki page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hal_Chase
Added by Kathy on Aug 08, 2017 2:26 PM
Kathy
James Edgar Chase
I'm sorry I cannot help you on this. While I have a little on Edgar and Hal, it's only because of Hal's infamy. Edgar was an uncle that left home young, and my family ( his younger sister ) were all still in Maine.
Added by Kathy on Aug 08, 2017 1:51 PM
Cathie Plaehn
RE: More on Sykes/Syckes
Dakota and Scott are next to each other. Spring Lake is a ways fro Corinthian cemetery. I will keep looking for George Sykes.
Cathie
Added by Cathie Plaehn on Aug 06, 2017 1:43 PM
Cathie Plaehn
RE: More on Sykes/Syckes
I don't see any connection to Dakota county in your information. Are you sure he is buried in Farmington? Just because someone listed a George Sykes on Find a Grave doesn't mean he is there.
Cathie
Added by Cathie Plaehn on Aug 06, 2017 7:12 AM
4losthistory
Punctuation
Instead of wasting your time trying to influence the 50% of members who do not want to put a dot after initials to add a dot, why don't you use your time to transcribe memorials from sites such as Cemetery Census. I spend several thousand volunteer hours a year building and maintaining memorials. When I get an edit for one of the 50000 memorials I transcribed, I spend hours locating their parents, siblings, and children and linking them together. Maybe instead of that I should go through your memorials and try to convince you to drop the dot on all of your memorials. And maybe I can convince my dotless colleagues to spend all of their time sending edits to the dot people. And you could convince your 50% dot people to spend all of their efforts to get dots added after initials. We should all waste our time like you. AGAIN, I will not be dropping the dot on your distant relative.
Added by 4losthistory on Aug 05, 2017 9:40 PM
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