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The Genealogy Genie (#46972727)
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Ron Cruikshank
Your Dad
I am sorry for your loss.Would love to leave something at his memorial but don't know his name
nor memorial number.

Ron Cruikshank
Find A Grave#4740777

Added by Ron Cruikshank on Oct 21, 2013 2:45 PM

Anna Richards
Buckley from Dent Co. MO
Would you have any information on Mary Ella Buckley that died 1917 in MO. She was the daughter of John and Nancy and I see you have them on Find A Grave.
Thanks so much.

Added by Anna Richards on Oct 21, 2013 11:46 AM

Charlene Martins Fuhlendorf
RE: Ship
Okay. :o)

Added by Charlene Martins Fuhlendo... on Oct 19, 2013 1:54 PM

Charlene Martins Fuhlendorf
RE: Ship
You are right, we can never be for sure about the records because there isn't enough information. Another match-up, though, I know the family talked about Joseph and his Uncle Silveiro (sp?) worked their way on the ships to come here. Uncle S. P. (as we called him) worked his way on the ships around the world when he was a very young man, so he was very well traveled. That is another match-up for this find I have on the Ellis Island record. Another match-up is my grandmother's passport was made when she was 21. So that is when she came over and she came shortly after Joseph did. I need to find my family Bible to be sure. I have the full names of everyone, and maybe I'm forgetting his middle name. That "Maria" for his middle name does not ring a bell with me. I've been thinking it was Joaquin, or somebody's name was Joaquin, anyway. The reason I don't have access to the Bible right now is our son returned home, and his "stuff" is blocking the area my genealogy is stored. When we get him moved out, I'll get it out to see what Grandma told us when she was still alive. I would love it if you could email me and we could continue this as things come to light. Thanks for all you do, Jeannie. I do appreciate it. The Joseph Maria you found... what is his birthdate? That would also help. Charlene

Added by Charlene Martins Fuhlendo... on Oct 19, 2013 10:26 AM

Charlene Martins Fuhlendorf
RE: Ship
The Sao Tiago. Here is all the info I have online.

http://www.mickeymartins.com/grandma.html

Charlene

Added by Charlene Martins Fuhlendo... on Oct 18, 2013 8:10 PM

Charlene Martins Fuhlendorf
RE: Joseph Martins
According to my records Joseph came to the U. S. by Ellis Island records. Date of Arrival: October 12, 1921

I believe his mother's first name was Joaquina, but I'll have to check my records on that. This info I have is from my grandmother (Joseph's wife) Albertina. We were told by my grandmother his middle name is Joaquin. I believe - perhaps - he changed his name to Joe M. Martins out in California because just before they moved from Rhode Island he had been in jail for bootlegging, which Rhode Island hadn't ratified the Prohibition Act, but the Feds got him. In 1940 my grandparents were still married. It wasn't long, like maybe 10 years at the most, they divorced. My grandmother remarried a Martin (no "s") in the early 50's.

Joseph wasn't here in America as early as 1920. Have to remember there were multitudes of Martins in Rhode Island during that time. I'm having a hard time keeping things straight, too, because of similar names on top of the commonness of the name.

Charlene

Added by Charlene Martins Fuhlendo... on Oct 18, 2013 5:49 PM

Charlene Martins Fuhlendorf
RE: Joseph Martins
Hello Jeannie,

My grandparents were living in Patterson, California in 1940. They had just moved from Providence, Rhode Island. They had been in Bristol, Rhode Island before that, where my father Amilcar (Mickey) Martins was born in 1925. I really appreciate the help. That name change was a bit of a shock for me. My father's siblings are named John Martins, and Mary Martins. My father was the oldest living child at that time.

Thanks, Charlene

Added by Charlene Martins Fuhlendo... on Oct 18, 2013 4:15 PM

Charlene Martins Fuhlendorf
Joseph Martins
Hello Jeannie,
Have been doing more research on my Martins line, and have come up with some interesting things. My grandfather, Joseph Martins, came to this country with the name Jose Joaquin Martins. However, by the time they moved to California and in the 1940 census, he went by the name Joe M. Martins. I had no idea about this, and was always told he went by the name Joseph Martins. Perhaps that was just his legal name. I don't think we knew his middle name until we found some records. I have no idea what the "M" stands for. Just another tidbit to find out.

Still looking for eldest son, Manuel Martins born around 1923, and died in infancy. Probably born in Bristol, Rhode Island, and passed away from pneumonia. This was the start of my grandfather's downfall - just knowing this in my heart.

Thanks again,
Charlene

Added by Charlene Martins Fuhlendo... on Oct 18, 2013 10:52 AM

Kandy Roseth
Abram (Abraham) Vansickles
B. Feb 1853.. married Frances Jackson and had a daughter Della Vansickle (B. Sept 1879 in Indiana). Della's daughter Lola would be my great-grandmother ... I am looking for relatives if anyone recognizes any of this. Lola was deaf and a student at one time of the Indiana School for Deaf in Indianapolis. I have been slowly gathering information but would like to make contact with any relatives I might have out there. I will also check out your FB Page.. thank you, Kandy

Added by Kandy Roseth on Oct 13, 2013 5:21 AM

Pamela Stutrud Groth
RE: Gary Dean Howard
You are welcome.

Added by Pamela Stutrud Groth on Oct 11, 2013 10:24 AM

Marion
RE: Ethel VanSickle
Thank you for linking her. I"ll be sure to check out your facebook page also. Have a great day.

Added by Marion on Oct 08, 2013 10:46 AM

SJW
RE: Sarah Van Sickle Wakefield
Thanks for the transfer,, I will definitely look at your facebook page,,, thanks allot!!

Sandi

Added by SJW on Oct 06, 2013 5:06 PM

SJW
RE: Sarah Van Sickle Wakefield
Thanks for the transfer,, I will definitely look at your facebook page,,, thanks allot!!

Sandi

Added by SJW on Oct 06, 2013 5:06 PM

ProgBase
George
Here come the Van Sickles

Added by ProgBase on Oct 04, 2013 12:06 PM

no longer available
RE: Carquinez
Cool I will check with Chip and make sure we are going to be out there on the 12th and let you know. Would be great if we could meet up.

Added by no longer available on Oct 03, 2013 2:04 PM

no longer available
RE: Sylvanus Farnham @ Carquinez
Would love to have you come join us out there we are there most every Sat afternoon

Added by no longer available on Oct 02, 2013 2:38 AM

no longer available
RE: Sylvanus Farnham @ Carquinez
Thank you and yes I take great comfort that he isn't in pain anymore. He passed at home with us taking care of him. Cancer is a horrible way to go....
And I have been asking him going on years now to make corrections....so it hasn't been just a few months. I even tried to contact find a grave to see if there was anyway that they could help. But when I got no response from them either I just started making duplicates. Better in my book to have a duplicate with right info then one with wrong info. At least this way the people can ask why there are 2. I wish find a grave would make it so that others could add comments directly on the memorial...not change it just make the comments that others can read so if there is in correct info it can be put on memorial that way.
There are so many good people on here that make the effort to make sure the info is correct and not just trying to up their number of added memorials. I am thankful to each and everyone.
And yes the graveyard is very neglected. It's in the county but it belongs to the city...not many folks around anymore who have relatives in there/ or they just don't care cause its been too many generations. But there are still those who care and don't know where to start. I have met many a good person out there who were quick to say thank you for doing what we are doing. Vallejo has never been big on taking care of it's past/ historical people/houses/stuff. It's a shame but at least there are some that are caring.

Added by no longer available on Sep 30, 2013 8:54 PM

no longer available
RE: Sylvanus Farnham @ Carquinez
Here's a good example of what I'm talking about check out in Carquinez Cem. The name of Grote Lillian. I think you will see why there are so many duplicates made on memorials that he put.
~Sigh~

Added by no longer available on Sep 30, 2013 4:23 PM

no longer available
RE: Sylvanus Farnham @ Carquinez
Hello,I wanted to Thank You for letting me know about deleting the memorial you made and also to tell you the reason that there are duplicates in Carquinez Cem. is because someone named Scott added a bunch to the list and add wrong info. When sent a corrections they go ignored, even when a photo is posted of grave showing correct info. Tried contacting Find a Grave regarding this issue and rec'd no response. When I make a duplicate I send a correction to him saying that since his info is different if he corrects his I will remove mine otherwise I will assume it's 2 different people. after awhile of no response I just stopped sending corrections and started putting the right info in a duplicate. Seems the only ones that has any details to them are ones that he took interest in or that maybe is part of his family tree...not sure. But sad that someone would add so many memorials and not care to make sure that the info is correct. guess he just wanted to boost his memorials added numbers. And I am not the only one that has been adding correct duplicate memorials...it's the only way to get the correct info on there when the other person doesn't respond. I even left him a public message back in April still nothing. We have been working the Carquinez Cem. to get all info we can corrected so all info we ask to be corrected is either from the grave, a family member, or city records that we have copies of.
Also wanted to let you know that my heart goes out to you...I just lost my Dad a little over a year ago to cancer.You will be on a rollercoaster for some time, but hang in there and know that he will always be with you in your heart!!!
Hope today is a good day for you!!!

Added by no longer available on Sep 30, 2013 2:48 PM

Carol Jones
Barbara A. (Remington) Vansickle
Barbara,

Since I don't have your email address, I wanted to let you know that I have transferred the above memorial to you.

Also, I would appreciate it if you would share the descendant information for this family and any information you may have on the Remington family because I am actually connected through the Remington's.

Thank you so much.

Added by Carol Jones on Sep 30, 2013 12:56 PM

robin hixon
RE: Vansickle
transferred Smiths in row with VanSickle. John Henry is not in that area. let me know if there are others you might be interested in.

Added by robin hixon on Aug 02, 2013 2:03 PM

Roger Teters
Lee Brown 1867-
You maintain Lee's Fa./Mo.
Lee's wife is Mary Teters my 1c2r.
I maintain 8 descendants & wifes, of Lee.
Will you take transfer of them.

Roger at Teters2@gmail.com

Added by Roger Teters on Aug 02, 2013 1:05 PM

robin hixon
RE: Vansickle
Ida May VanSickle is on a shared stone, and in a family row with Smith: family plot photo: Van Sickle Ida & Smith Oscar, Joseph & Martha, Eunice. the last photo on her memorial page has a group photo. related to the Smiths? want them all transferred? I'm not related to anyone in that cemetery.

Added by robin hixon on Aug 02, 2013 10:02 AM

robin hixon
RE: J. H. VanSickle
noticed you are tracing the vanSickle name. you want JH VanSickle, Capt, bourbon co KS transferred to you?

Added by robin hixon on Aug 02, 2013 1:21 AM

Charlene Martins Fuhlendorf
RE: Thank you
Thank you so much for looking for my grandfather, Joseph Martins. It is quite possible there was no marker. Joseph was penniless when he passed away, and an alcoholic. My parents were barely scraping by, and I was about six years old. Plus, he died in July, so my father was extremely busy working on his truck during the harvesting season. He hauled produce from the fields to the canneries, etc. I would think the cemetery would have at least placed a marker with a number, though? My father passed away in 2001, and I still miss him. Doubt us girls ever get over losing our Dad. But that's a good thing, to keep their memory alive.

Added by Charlene Martins Fuhlendo... on Jul 13, 2013 8:58 AM

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