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Billye Wilda (#47550744)
 member for 4 years, 4 months, 24 days
Butler, V
Can you remove the "tag" headstone from this F.A.G.? I've got a pix of the NEWEST headstone for Mr. Butler. We'll talk later.....:-)

Added by SuezieQ on Oct 01, 2015 6:04 PM

Coon Family
Thank you for adding the Coon family grave photo from the Cemetery. I really appreciate your doing so!

Added by Lanie on Nov 06, 2012 5:49 AM

Roy Bloomfield Rencher
Doris Bloomfield Mincy memorial
Thanks for posting the photo of Doris' grave marker.

Added by Roy Bloomfield Rencher on Oct 15, 2012 8:34 PM

Judy (MARSHALL) Caine
Barbara Helen Holliday Memorial
Hi, I'm writing to request you remove a photo from Barbara Helen Holliday's memorial #70349279.
I know your trying to show the cemetery sign and appreciate you wanting to share the photo. When I asked for a photo I was hoping her death date would be there and it still isn't.
She was my cousins wife. I hope I haven't offended you it's not my intent. I also use to live in Eagar, I too quilt (hand) and love the White Mountains also. I now live in Idaho and love it here too!!!!
Thank you,
Judy #47242543

Added by Judy (MARSHALL) Caine on Jul 11, 2012 5:05 PM

Daryl & Barbara (Biggs) Mallett
Blue Cemetery Photos
Thank you for adding these photographs from the Blue Cemetery!

Added by Daryl & Barbara (Biggs) ... on Jun 02, 2012 10:45 PM

Barbara Samans
RE: Sarah De Olguin
No... No relatives in the area. All are in Ca or Washington State now. Thanks. I doubt there were ordered graves but worth a try anyway!!

Sarah came across with her father, Esias Edwards on the wagon train from Ill after Joseph Smith and his brother were murdered. Esias wife Elizabeth was sickly and died in Ill before their journey. They settled in Cache Valley Utah where Esias Edwards had the first saw mill there.

I have a copy of his hand written journal. and a typed copy as well. He converted to Mormon along with Elizabeth in Ill one year when he let some Mormons live on his land in the winter. . None of his children I am told and her had 10 ever became a Mormon.

Sarah married Francisco De Olguin from Santiago Chili as her third husband. She only had two children. Her first husband Thomas Alger was killed in the Civil War. She married his brother John and had a son, Thomas George Alger. Divorced John and then married Francisco who was known as Frank... and in one census I saw he had taken on her name of Alger so hence he was Frank Alger then. His last name was always a mystery. Frank and Sarah had my GGm, Marcelina De Olguin who later married Hoyer aka JOE Bargmann from Copperopolis, Ca (His parents had come from Holland on a boat and they ended up in Ca. They had one daughter when they came to America. The other 5 children were born here in CA.

I don't think my own grandmother even knew it. Her last name of Bargmann was spelled so many different ways: Bargeman, Bargemann, Bargmann, Bargman, etc. I remember my grandmother being very proud of her pioneer relatives.

They all lived in Az and that is where my gm and her siblings were born, Apache Co area near Prescott AZ I think.

Thanks for your help B

Night now
Barb :)

Added by Barbara Samans on Apr 13, 2012 2:00 AM

Barbara Samans
RE: Sarah De Olguin
Thank you. Some day I will buy them a head stone. Maybe next time you are there since you know where they are located you could take a picture of the place where they are..Thanks for your great efforts. They are my great great grandparents :)
I appreciate your help. I am making a list of those close relatives who do not have headstones. One day I hope to get each one one.

Barb :)

Added by Barbara Samans on Apr 12, 2012 11:09 PM

Barbara Samans
RE: Sarah De Olguin
Tx Billy I sure appreciate. Whenever you get the chance. Thanks a bunch :) Is there a site to go to to see who is buried there or just at the cemetery?? Just wondering.

Thanks for your help


Added by Barbara Samans on Apr 09, 2012 10:36 PM

Barbara Samans
Sarah De Olguin
Hi This is the info I have for her. She is buried under the name listed below I think, which is ALGAINE see plot and burial info below

Barb Could U check again with this info? I'd sure appreciate it.

Note: Cemetery records list surname as "Algaine" Burial:
Eagar Cemetery
Apache County
Arizona, USA
Plot: Block 039
Lot 02
Grave 11


Husband of Sarah is Frank or Francisco. Here is his info
Note: Cemetery records list surname as "Algaine"

Burial: Eagar Cemetery Eagar Apache County Arizona, USA Plot: Block 039
Lot 02
Grave 12


Added by Barbara Samans on Apr 09, 2012 7:38 PM

Daryl & Barbara (Biggs) Mallett
Blue Cemetery
No worries. Wait until Spring! =)

Added by Daryl & Barbara (Biggs) ... on Mar 08, 2012 7:19 PM

Tim Wilkinson
RE: Perry Arterberry
Billye, wow, I'm glad you didn't get caught and that you didn't find the gravesite. I'm surpised that it wasn't posted near the cemetery! Thanks for your trouble, sounds like it was a bit of an adventure for you!

"Hey Tim - Found out more disturbing news. Not only was I not suppose to be in the cemetery without permission of the tribal cousel - I was suppose to apply for a permit to enter - BUT - had I found the grave and phtographed it and was seen doing so it would have been a minimum $250 fine and/or confiscation of my personal equipment. WOW, was I surprised and I should not have been because on further investigation the rules were posted on the "Find a Grave" web site! Bottom line is - under no circumstances are you allowed to photograph any tribal buriel grounds. Sorry my friend, this is one grave site you won't be able to get."

Added by Tim Wilkinson on Oct 12, 2011 1:38 PM

Tim Wilkinson
RE: Perry Arterberry
Thank you very much for your time and effort Billye.

Added by Tim Wilkinson on Oct 10, 2011 11:19 AM

Morgan Family
Clell and Katherine Lee
Thank you so much for the photos. It seems you went to great lengths to get them and I appreciate it. Clell Lee was a distant cousin.


Added by Morgan Family on Sep 19, 2011 10:49 PM

Richard Clarence Bates

Thank you so much for the photo for Richard's memorial. I was hoping his permanent marker would be there........

God Bless You,

Added by Sharla on Sep 15, 2011 6:56 AM

The Love's
Thank you sssooo much for the beautiful photo of the Love's headstone- I was so thrilled to see that! I really appreciate it & your time.
Thank you!

Added by SRBentz on Sep 14, 2011 11:31 PM

rebecca martinez
RE: Alma Jackson
Thanks for the info. I have copied the picture from the Catron site to findagrave. This really helped because I did not have the husband's name. Thanks again for your help.

Added by rebecca martinez on Jul 27, 2011 11:33 AM

Tom Todd
Ronald Martin
GThank you for the photograph and for taking the time to find it.

Added by Tom Todd on Jul 25, 2011 8:00 AM

Christopher, Helen, Earl, Arthur, Coleman, Richard, Robert, Ameilia & Chester

Thank you so very much for the exceptional photos from Lakeside & Springerville. So good of you to take time to get all of these. Beautiful pictures. I appreciate your work.....Thanks!

Here is a site if you are interested in to preserve your photos for future generations:

Arizona Gravestone Project

God Bless You,

Added by Sharla on Jul 25, 2011 6:04 AM

Shirley & Alma

Thank you so very much for the photos for Shirley and Alma's memorials.........

Welcome to Find A Grave. Excellent site you will enjoy!!

God Bless You,

Added by Sharla on Jul 18, 2011 6:09 AM


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