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Jay P Collins (#48336200)
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Larry Luna
Annie Zervia Walker
Annie Walker is interred in the Ivy Chapel Garden, which is located on the South East side of the Chapel. I was told by Cemetery staff that none of the burials there have a marker.
Added by Larry Luna on Oct 25, 2016 4:34 PM
Memorial Navigators
RE: Mariah Burlingame Brown
You're very welcome!
Added by Memorial Navigators on Jun 10, 2016 8:17 AM
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RE: Susan Hoxie Brown
You're very welcome!
Added by Memorial Navigators on Jun 10, 2016 8:16 AM
Julie Nathanson
Elmer Randall
I found the first wife of Elmer. She is buried in Oakland. There is also a Lester B. Randall (1894-1953) buried nearby. Possibly a son?
I did take photos of the first wife's grave and Lester's if you are interested.
I did not find Elmer, only found him in reference to his wife (wife of...)

Added by Julie Nathanson on Jul 01, 2015 7:51 PM
Diane Preston
RE: Susie Potter Hiscox
So happy to help!
Added by Diane Preston on Jun 09, 2014 7:50 AM
Thomas Fontneau
RE: William and Catherine Walker Randall
You are certainly welcome. Let me know if you would like photos of any of the other Randalls or Walkers, as I did take many photos. I don't live far from the cemetery so it wouldn't be any trouble to go back over there at some point and snap some more if I don't already have a good shot of someone else in question. Best, Tom
Added by Thomas Fontneau on Apr 14, 2014 11:14 AM

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