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|Root Sleuth||Pam Marksman|
Parents are now linked. Thanks
|BD Baughman||RE: Samuel D Southern|
If you want this transferred to you I will.
|Pam||Leaving it to you|
Your memorial for Harvey Lemar Woolf does not have the grave location listed. At the time I created the listing, there was NO listing at Cypress Forest Lawn for this grave. It is against Find A Grave policy to create unknown burials, and can be frustrating when information is later transferred in, instead of updating the existing memorial that shows the location. It would be better to wait until you know the exact location than to create unknown burials.
IF, by some chance, your memorial was actually somehow missed due to spelling issues, or mismatched dates, then I apologize. In any case, I have transferred the memorial I created to you, so that you can take the grave information and combine the memorials.
Please, take the transcription of the memorial, and the Plot location information and add them to your memorial before deleting mine.
I've also added a flag to the memorial you created, as we are attempting to do for all military memorials at Cypress Forest Lawn. Good luck with your
Added by Pam on Oct 01, 2014 10:56 PM
|Brigitte Tucker-Ford||John Ambrose Wilbur|
I fulfilled your photo request today for John Ambrose Wilbur, here in Riverside, CA. I regret to inform you that John does not have a headstone or marker, he is buried in the same plot as his parents, John and Hannah. There is also a Martha P. Wilbur buried there in that same plot. As per cemetery records, she was interred here on May 06, 1944, at the age of 80, and she too does not have a marker.
|J. Edward Ross||RE: Frank Paul Eartly|
You're welcome; thank you for taking the time to show your appreciation.
|Sharee Thornberry||RE: Ralph Thomas|
You are most welcome. I have Thomas's in my family, too. I am looking forward to see if he was a distant relative. -Sharee
|John Hartley||R:Mary Southen Palmer|
Somehow your name ended up as her middle name.Buried in Sarcoxie Cemetery.I believe she is Mary Whisner Palmer,born in Illinois,although her husband,Michael J. Palmer,was born in North Carolina about 1854.I don't know where he is buried.
|Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~||RE: Hubert R. Lang|
You're very welcome and glad I was able to help you out.
|macso||RE: Abijah Thomas|
You are very welcome. You never know what you are going to find in this cemetery. Sometimes you get wonderful monuments like yours, and other times nothing at all. So glad your request was a wonderful monument. There was a Josiah Thomas buried in the same plot. Would appear to be perhaps a brother (birthdates are close). Not sure if you are interested in him or not. Chris
Added by macso on Aug 24, 2012 8:08 AM
|Deborah Gowen||RE: Southern|
William was a 4th cousin 1x removed of my husband. I just discovered him researching his mother Kathleen C. Martin. I would like to know more about him especially since he died so young. Any information on William and his parents would really help....Thanks
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