|B.J. Waters||RE: Myrtle Harder|
Ah Hah! It makes sense that you should know, since she was your grandmother. I think the proper thing to do would be to leave the memorial that is in Inglewood (at least for now) because if it gets deleted, someone is sure to create another memorial for her. Not because of the presence of a headstone (I did confirm today that it is gone, of course) but because Inglewood's online grave locator has been, and is still being, used by members of this site to create memorials. That locator still indicates that she is buried there. I asked them to change it (they confirmed with the records in the vault that she was indeed disinterred) but I was told that they couldn't change it in that particular database.
Nearly half of the Inglewood memorials were created by Chris Mills using Inglewood's online grave locator, and they have been turned over to me for management. Other contributors still seem to be adding memorials using that database.
So for the time being, I will indicate in the bio section the information you gave me.
If you would really prefer that the Inglewood memorial be deleted, let me know, because the only way it can be deleted is if I let Chris Mills know about this, and transfer it back to him. He is the only one (besides the site admins) who can delete it.
|B.J. Waters||Myrtle Harder|
Hello Brent. Thank you for the information. It is interesting that the cemetery's own website does not indicate that her remains were removed (there is a column to indicate "Y" or "N" as to whether remains have been removed from the cemetery). I will ask at the office; they should update the website if Myrtle was removed.
I will have the memorial at Inglewood designated a cenotaph, because if I remove it, someone else may add it back in!
I'll let you know what I find out and I'll take a photo if there is still a headstone.
|Lisa Renee||RE: Barrer|
Please feel free to use any pictures I have taken. Other wise I have waisted my time.
Thank you for your service to our country. Also tell your family thank you for me. I know they are in it with you.
|Jim Palmer||RE: Weathers|
You are very welcome.
You may use the photos any way you wish - they are yours.
I noticed your uniform - Thank You for your service to our country.
Mahalo again, Brent, for the photos and flowers you left on my Uncle Matthew Napua Wright's memorial.
Added by LG on Jun 02, 2012 12:56 PM
|LG||Kekahuna - Memorial# 70739886|
Thank you for the photos and flowers you posted on my Aunty and Uncle's memorial. Thank you for all you do!
Added by LG on Jun 02, 2012 12:42 PM
Thank you taking the pics. They were great.
Added by Owlady on May 31, 2012 4:01 PM
Wow! That was unbelievably fast! Thank you so much.
Added by amaliet on May 29, 2012 9:57 PM
|Janet||Louis Moku Kahoonei Jr|
You are awesome--fast too. Double, triple thank you. You made this little ol' lady happy. Best wishes
Added by Janet on May 26, 2012 10:52 PM
|Missing My Loved ones||Moniz and Kalili|
thanks for the headstones pics they helped a lot
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