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Born Aug. 18, 1952 in Fresno, CA. Lived in or around Fresno all my life. Valedictorian of my Central Union High School class of 1970. Graduated from Calif. State University, Fresno, summa cum laude, with honors, & a degree in economics. Married Dec. 18, 1976. Used to be a pretty good bowler until back trouble forced me to quit. Avid genealogist & cat lover. Besides genealogy, my hobbies are reading, solving puzzles, playing games on my computer, sewing, crocheting, & other kinds of needlework. Currently working on transcribing cemeteries in Fresno, preparing cemetery maps for finding gravesites, & volunteer work in genealogy.|
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Thank you so much for your quick response to my photo request. I'm amazed to have the photos of my grandparents headstone within 24 hours of requesting it. What a great volunteer organization you belong to!
|Beverly Lowrance||Johnna Loftis|
Thank you for taking the time to check for a marker. I appreciate your efforts.
|Lois Carman||Lonnie Pearce|
Thank you so much for the photo od Lonnie's grave....Lois
|Row Walker||Lloyd Westrick|
Thanks for your work on this one. It's dot's entry and as he was a resident of Sanger, maybe he's out there. Westrick is my wife's family but this is not her direct line. Thanks again.
|Linda S. Helm||RE: Earl James Wallace|
Thanks Nancy! No--I had to find out his date of death from BMP. They couldn't provide me any more information. I thought it strange, as well, that he wasn't buried near his wife (Maybell or Mabel Wallace) who died at least 6 years before he did. Also, I remember my folks telling me that they thought he was buried back East so maybe he did die back there and then they just brought him back to Fresno, which would explain both the lack of exact date of birth, death, and not being buried next to his wife. BMP didn't have a record of his wife being buried there either. I can't recall what I was doing in 1974, it was a pretty bad time for me (a lot of delayed maturing to do!) but I was always sorry I had missed knowing he was that ill. I lived on a street where all the children had grown up by the time I was able to have friends, and a lot of my friends were the comprised of the elderly neighbors on the block. I guess that's why I remember and miss him so vividly. Thank you for taking the time to look into this and, if I haven't thanked you before, for finding out the info on my grandmother Katie and cousins Probasco.
|Linda S. Helm||RE: Katie Jones Family|
Thank you Nancy for all your work. I have another request for you if you are up to it. I'm living in another state now but a very good friend of mine, an old neighbor, is buried in Belmont Memorial. His name is Earl Wallace and I believe his tombstone is directly behind the main building as you are going out of the park (to your left). If you happen to be out that way, would you mind getting the exact dates for me? He died in December 1974 but that is all I have been able to find so far. He was also a member of the Masonic Lodge. Thank you.
Linda S. Helm
|Merriya Alvarado ||Thank you❤️|
I have closure because of you
|Michelle||RE: Elizabeth Logoluso|
Thank you Nancy! I truly appreciate that. Hope you have a great week and stay cool! :)
Added by Michelle on Jun 14, 2015 5:28 PM
Thank you for the beautiful photo and all of your hard work.
Added by dot~ on Jun 09, 2015 2:28 PM
I just thought I would ask. I was out at Saint Peters today filling my photo requests for Antonio and Frank Logoluso. I noticed that Elizabeth was next door. I grabbed her picture as I always get family in the area. Would you mind if I fulfilled that photo request. Plus it keeps you from having to go in the heat. If your not okay with it I understand.
Added by Michelle on Jun 08, 2015 6:38 PM
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