Just a note on the interments and photos.
Some are family, some are friends and MANY others are people that I did not know.
If you find any errors or want to add information to the person, please let me know.
Denver, Colorado is where I was born and raised. My grandmother worked on genealogy which rubbed onto me at a young age. Have been working on genealogy for almost 60 years.
Hope that the unrelated entries have aided you in finding YOUR family! My PRIMARY INTENT was to post the information from records others have complied.
Please note, many are put up from cemetery records...as is. I'm aware that there are many errors in these records, but I rarely make assumptions as to proper spelling, etc. with the exception of death month which is often based on interment date.
I enjoy just driving into a cemetery and reading the headstones and wondering about the history of the person.
Would be WILLINGLY to TRANSFERS WITHIN THE 4 GENERATION that FIND A GRAVE GUIDELINES WHICH ARE:Spouses, Parents, Brothers and Sisters, Children, Grand-children, Grandparents, and Great-grandparents.
If you 'find' one of your family member that has a photo of the headstone, please know that you are free to USE the photos. I take photos of headstones out of kindness ...not for my ego or for the number.
A Genealogist must have the patience of Job; the curiosity of a cat; the stubbornness of a mule; the eyesight of an eagle; be blessed with the luck of the Irish and have the ability and stamina of a camel to go long hours without food or drink." ~ The Herald, Vol.18, No. 3 & 4; 1995~ ~ ~
Enjoy Life -- It is too short.
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