|Celeste Wideman (#47303332)|
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I've always been into genealogy. My husband introduced me to geocaching a couple years ago (if you just said 'geo-what?' you should look it up at http://www.geocaching.com. it's pretty fun.) and it often leads us to cemeteries here and there. after finding this site i decided it was a good way to combine 2 things that i love. we could be out geocaching a couple hundred miles away home and come upon a cemetery and i will bring up the findagrave website on my phone to see if there are any requests there. |
Others are free to use the pictures i post. Even though i took them, they do not belong to me, they belong to the family members of those who i take them of. Claiming ownership of a picture I take voluntarily of a headstone that does not physically belong to me just seems silly and selfish to me I guess. Feel free to drop me a line anyway if you use so I can be excited about being of help to others. I am currently working on cemeteries in the humboldt county area.
Some of the names in my family history i am working on are Heenan, Middleton, Bounds, Lamunion, Landers and Wideman.
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|pjyourek||Lora Tunnell White - Sutter Cemetery|
I am the granddaughter to Lora Tunnell White ( 1887- 1958 and George White. Lora is buried at Sutter Cemetery and I'm requesting a picture of her headstone and location. I appreciate your efforts to maintain all memorials to so many families.
Best Regards, Pam (Walker) Yourek
email - email@example.com
Added by pjyourek on May 07, 2015 12:39 PM
Thank you so much Andy is my older brother he was hit by a drunk driver when he was 7 I appreciate that you have posted him on this site thank you Jystina
|Fran ||Anita P Winters|
Please note dates on headstone differ from memorial dates,
Added by Fran on Jan 04, 2015 12:05 AM
|Donna Bergman||FAG 62342555|
re- Lafeyette Curtis Louk- Did you get the article I submitted for addition to his memorial ?
|Judy Montoya Curbow||George Muck|
Thanks so much for posting the photo to George Muck's memorial. It is a great picture! Thank you for your time and attention. Please let me know if I can ever return the favor for you here in the Austin, Texas area. Best regards, Judy
|Wilfred Alan Revering||Freda Emma Ulmen Weber|
Thank you for making the changes to their memorial. Have a Great day!
|Alison Hopkins-Nelson||Ulysses Wiltfong|
Ulysses is my great grandfather. My mother would like me to update the information on his page and link him to her family. How do I do this, as I am fairly new to findagrave.com
|john ritchey||if you visit sutter cemetery|
if you are visiting sutter again would you please try and find emma ritchey. you have a picture of her husbands stone william. i believe she is near him
|Loramc||Charles Edgar Walter|
Hello Celeste! I am so happy that you transferred Charles Edgar Walter's memorial page to my care. I sincerely appreciate the amount of work that you have gone through to establish this. Thank you so much!
Added by Loramc on Nov 13, 2013 5:43 AM
|Kayra Dillon||Andrew J. Percy|
Hello Celeste, could you please add in this bio from the History of Yuba and Sutter Counties for Andrew J. Percy #65355550:
A. J. PERCY. — For many years, and by far the most active years of his
life, A. J. Percy was identified with farming interests in Sutter County,
where he is recalled as a man thoroughly conscientious in the discharge of
his obligations, very devoted to his home circle, and faithful to the friends
he made along the quiet and unassuming paths of his life. He was born at
Bath, Maine, March 14, 1829. At twenty years of age, he crossed the plains
to California and prospected for gold in the Yuba foothills. He also teamed
from Marysville to the mines ; and later he owned and conducted a livery
and feed stable in Marysville. Adjacent to Yuba City he purchased a fine
ranch of 126 acres, now known as the Percy tract, where the new Union
High School is located, and also 440 acres to the southwest, where he raised
the grain which he used in his business.
On August 14, 1859, in San Francisco, Mr. Percy was married to Miss
Rachel Vandelia Farrin, also born in Bath, Maine, who came to California
via Panama in 1859. Mr. Percy passed away on April 19, 1880, survived
by his wife and three children: Thomas, who is now deceased; Laura Belle,
the wife of George W. Christopherson ; and Acldie A^andelia, also now de-
ceased. Mrs. Percy passed away on the home ranch on December 25, 1908.
Thank you so much. Kayra Dillon
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