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Dawn Cote (#47800519)
 member for 4 years, 26 days
Stephen Leavell
Thank you for making the change. Below is a brief bio extracted from a 45 page family history.

I don't know the protocol for the website so I defer to you as to what would be appropriate.

Again thank you -

Stephen Leavell

María Jesús Jáuregui, (Jesúsita), was born on June 29, 1862, in the small town of Mexticacan, Jalisco, Mexico, 31 miles northwest of Tepatitlán. She was the middle child in a family of five siblings. Her family name, Jáuregui, is Basque while her mother's maiden name Pérez, is both a Spanish and Sephardic Jewish name.

It was in Tepatitlán where she met her husband, Leonides. They were married in "Tepa's" cathedral of San Francisco de Asís, on April 21, 1880. A civil ceremony was conducted eight days earlier. Jesúsita was two months shy of her 19th birthday and Leonides was 28 years old.

She was widowed in 1904 suffered the trails and tribulations of the Mexican Civil Wars that started in 1910 and became one of hundreds of thousand refugees that enter the United States. The date of the Alien Head Tax she had to pay on entering the United States - June 18, 1918.

During her 24 years of marriage, Jesúsita had nineteen full term pregnancies, fifteen live births and several miscarriages. Of her fifteen live births 12 children reached adulthood.

Added by Stephen Leavell on Aug 03, 2014 3:56 PM

Stephen Leavell
Correction of a listing
Your work is commendable. What a task you and others have taken to record the interned in the City of Nogales Cemetery.

Using your site I searched for my grandmother's grave and expected it to be listed by her married name: MARIA JESÚS MARTIN DEL CAMPO. I did finally find her grave listing but it was under her maiden name MARÍA JESÚS JAUREGUI.

My grandmother died shortly after arriving in the United States from Mexico and her daughters followed the custom they knew from Mexico when marking her grave. The:

V. DA – DE

was the Mexican custom of denoting "The widow of Martin del Campo".

I would appreciate if her grave be listed by her married name, which she insisted her daughter's and sons use proudly.

Thank you again for the work you and your volunteers have done to list the interned.

Best regards,

Stephen Leavell
Walnut Creek, California

Added by Stephen Leavell on Aug 02, 2014 10:07 PM

Rachel Keller
RE: Earl Edward Justice # 64714671
Of is done and you are welcome
Merry Christmas

Added by Rachel Keller on Dec 23, 2013 1:15 PM

Lynn Schmidt
Margaret Allen
Garden Of Memories Cemetery will not give out info for non relative's, if you call the office and get the info I would be more then happy to go and take the photo. 813-626-3161


Added by Lynn Schmidt on Sep 22, 2013 8:04 AM

Russell Roubdioux
RE: alabama name justice

Added by Russell Roubdioux on Sep 01, 2013 3:05 PM

Russell Roubdioux
RE: alabama name justice
I gave you her info so you if you wanted to make a profile . after you do that request the photo i be happy to add it volunteer russell

Added by Russell Roubdioux on Aug 31, 2013 5:57 AM

Russell Roubdioux
alabama name justice
i found pelham justice 1909/2003 next to him was jj emma w 1911/2003 next to her was a emma kay justice {daughter} oct 15 1940 jan 4 2006

Added by Russell Roubdioux on Aug 29, 2013 8:27 PM

Diona Dickerson
hi! send me your email address and I can send you a list :)

Added by Diona Dickerson on Aug 28, 2013 9:23 PM

Diona Dickerson
RE: Ronald Justice, Powell Justice, & Comer Justice
I have the photos indexed by cemetery and name them after I upload them, helps to keep from double-hunting. I would have to have a general idea of which cemetery they were in and I could check. Most of the smaller cemeteries in Walker and West Jefferson Counties I have done in their entirety. If you had some guesses I would be happy to look through them for you. I have gone through all of the requests I have seen come through from you so far and uploaded what I had. I can email you a list of my cemeteries if that would help.


Added by Diona Dickerson on Aug 28, 2013 7:27 PM

Diona Dickerson
RE: Ronald Justice, Powell Justice, & Comer Justice
lol, not bad considering I live in Mississippi now ;) Always glad to help!
Have tons of photos stored up in files in my computer waiting to be loaded up. Can't seem to get enough time in the day to get them all uploaded!


Added by Diona Dickerson on Aug 28, 2013 6:25 PM

George Lineiro
RE: Rosa C. de Lineiro
Greetings Dawn,
Thanks for the reply. Having the picture of the gravesite will help me find it. I now know what to look for. Thanks for your help.

Added by George Lineiro on Apr 10, 2013 10:15 AM

George Lineiro
Rosa C. de Lineiro
I am Rosa C. de Lineiro greatgrand son. I have looking for Rosa's gravesite in Nogales and have not be able to locate it. Can you please give some direction as to where the grave is located.
Thank you for your help.
George X. Lineiro

Added by George Lineiro on Apr 08, 2013 1:05 PM

Kenneth Mathess
Thank you for taking the time to go through the entire cemetery. Kenneth must be one of the mounds or a faded, unreadable stone. Thanks!

Added by Helen52246 on Jun 13, 2012 8:02 PM

RE: William Lon Parker
I know, it gets confusing sometimes, F A G always uses the first name regardless of which name they go by, and it really means a lot to me to have gotten this photo. Other people have said he was not buried there, There was no marker there an all kinds of reasons they could think of. But I just kept on re asking for it and it finally came through.... TY TY TY.

Added by Thelma on May 30, 2012 12:01 PM

William Parker
I can not begin to thank you enough for going out of your way to aquire this very nice photo, and I do know you went out of your way to do so. I would like very much to add you to my friends list if that would be ok with you.
Thanks Thelma.

Added by Thelma on May 30, 2012 11:52 AM

William Parker
Thank you so very much for putting the very nice photo on the memorial, This means more to me than you can imagine. So many others will benefit from your act of kindness. Wishing you and yours A blessed day.
Thanks Thelma.
P.S. Is there any way you could possibly take a photo of William Lionzo Parkers Stone or grave site? he was born Apr. 26, 1892 at Parker Canyon, Santa Crus Az. He died July 25, 1926 and add it to;
Find A Grave Memorial# 71838866

Added by Thelma on May 30, 2012 4:22 AM


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