|Salvatore Dikassir (#47586419)|
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|rockthehouse||RE: Charlotte Hurtado Lievanos transfer|
Okay. What did you say your relationship is to Charlotte Hurtado Lievanos?
Hi Salvatore: I believe that the infant you are looking for is actually buried in Santa Ana Cemetery as Infant Lievanos. The records for that cemetery indicate that he was the infant of Manuel. He dies on Sept 24, 1922. Santa Ana Cemetery and Fairhaven Cemetery are right next to each other. The section in which the infant Lievanos is buried has very few headstones, so not sure asking for his headstone will clear the matter up. Fairhaven Cemetery is not friendly to volunteers but a call from a family member they will respond to. Perhaps the best way to clear this up is to call them and ask if Manuel who died in 1922 is buried there. If they answer no, then you will know that the Infant Lievanos at Santa Ana Cemetery is who you are looking for. Unfortunately, Santa Ana Cemeteries records have very little information in them. Hope this is helpful to you. Chris
Added by macso on Jul 27, 2015 8:19 PM
|Mona Williamson||RE: Lievanos Family|
I am not related. I have transferred Arcadio and Aurelia to you and I would be happy to transfer Damas, Jessica, John and Ricard also. Please go to each of their individual sites, use the edit tab and request the transfer on each individual one. (It makes it much easier for me if you do it that way).
|MN Researcher||RE: Florence Clancy Valentine|
I noticed you have made 3 memorials on Find A Grave for this person. You may acquire the death certificate from the MN Historical Society, which should indicate where the grave is. See www.mnhs.org for certificate #1927-MN-019064
|Linda Bartonek||RE: Casey Scott Lafleur|
I just came back from the cemetary and the pic is the same. That is not the tombstone, just a marker till a tombstone is set. I saw several others with the same marker. The cover is glued over the pic. Maybe they just haven't ordered the tombstone yet, but I will keep in touch. We will be leaving here for the south next week and be gone for 3 months, but I will check again when we get back to see if a tombstone has been set. You might want to remind me around the first of April. Linda
|Linda Bartonek||Casey LaFleur|
I have more pics if you'd like to have them. Just e-mail me @ firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send them to you. This was the only marker there, but there were flowers and potted plants and a wooden cross.
Gonzalez, Hipolito 75984156
b. Feb. 14, 1900 d. Aug. 29, 1966 Evergreen Cemetery
Los Angeles County
Please see above memorial. It may be a duplicate of you recent request. Slightly different spelling.
|Margi||RE: Thank you!|
You are most welcome. I'm glad that I was able to help you in your search.
Added by Margi on Sep 06, 2011 10:35 PM
|Margi||Manuel R. Lievanos|
I did some checking and found the following: per VitalSearch-CA Manuel was born 17 Jun 1892 in Mexico and died 12 May 1958 in Orange, CA. His WWI Draft registration record shows his birth year as 1894.
I'd say that the date on his memorial is most likely a transcription error.
Hope this helps.
Added by Margi on Aug 19, 2011 12:47 PM