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Karen M. (#47152545)
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Bio Photo I have been doing family research since 1998. I am researching both my husbands and my side.
Researching on my side:
Washburn, Sager, Tyler, McPherson, Miller, Cooke, Groh/Grow, Muma, Sersaw, Rhodes, Nichols/Nicholls, Crow, and Hodges and more.
My husband's side:
Massey, Parks, Martin, Leddick/Liddick, Smith, Tinkler, Fox, Bascom and more.

I am a proud descendant of Francis Cooke of the Mayflower.
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Les Ballinger
RE: Johnson
Karen, I walked Block 1 again today and could not find a headstone with the name Olaf Johnson. I went to the cemetery office and the office woman and I checked their data books. There are three Olaf's listed. One was marked "Duplicate" and had the dates of and location of the Olaf Johnson in Block 1.
The book has the first name Olaf but his headstone reads Oluf. The only other Olaf in the book is actually Olof and is in Block 6. So even though the records have Olaf as their first names the names on the headstones are Oluf and Olof. There is no Olaf, Oluf, or Olof Johnson with the dates that are on your memorial.
I mistakenly added the location and Lat/Long to your memorial. My daughter checked on your Olaf in Ancestry.com and found him listed there with your dates and his death in Stanislaus County but no burial location. I don't know what to do at this point. If there is more I can do let me know. Have a Happy Thanksgiving. Regards, Les

Added by Les Ballinger on Nov 24, 2016 1:23 AM
Les Ballinger
RE: Johnson
Sorry Karen. Looks like I will be making another trip to the cemetery. I'm there several times a week and starting to feel like I work there. I straighten things out but we are expecting rain so may be a few days. Regards, Les
Added by Les Ballinger on Nov 23, 2016 1:56 AM
Sandy Vandertol
RE: Fauble
I'm researching Barbara's mother Doris Cooley and following the yellow brick road wherever it leads. Didn't know if you had seen that info about Barbara being married first to her husband's brother. :)
Added by Sandy Vandertol on Nov 22, 2016 11:10 AM
April Nichols
Robert Nichols
Hiya Karen, I was researching ancestors and noticed Gerald Lee Nichols is missing from sibling list. Clyde Even is my dad and he is a brother. Denise :)
Added by April Nichols on Nov 20, 2016 2:04 PM
Jrlx2
RE: Brooks
Your welcome. Are you a relative of Jennie. She was my fathers Aunt and I remember her well.

Jason
Added by Jrlx2 on Nov 20, 2016 8:12 AM
J B
RE: Horace Bacon
I also posted a photo of Horace's wife Hazel's marker. Hazel is buried next to him. -Judi
Added by J B on Nov 18, 2016 8:59 PM
Ron Spurr
Emily Street - Mt. Pleasant Cemetery
I have been trying to locate this gravesite using the cemetery transcripts and have found a discrepancy that I hope you can assist me with. In the transcript, George STREET, 1857-1914 is shown as being married to Emma GADD not Emily STREET. As you have indicated correctly, Emily STREET, 1863-1953 is married to Amon WILLIS, 1863-1936. There is only one Emily STREET listed in the transcript. Can you account for this? Any ideas how I am to proceed with my search?
Added by Ron Spurr on Nov 13, 2016 9:24 AM
Ron Spurr
RE: Emily STREET
I still he Emily Street to find. It's the first time I have visited Mount Pleasant Cemetery so am not too familiar with it. I plan to have another visit before the end of November and the inclement weather comes. The cemetery index is terrible in that the Mayhew Section lists the graves alphabetically wherein Mount Pleasant, the largest part, doesn't making it difficult to locate gravestones.
Added by Ron Spurr on Nov 13, 2016 2:39 AM
Sandra A
RE: Carlson
My honor and pleasure. You saw I also posted the photo of Roy Carlson and how their graves are together.
Added by Sandra A on Nov 11, 2016 5:13 PM
Bev Dowson
RE: Washburn
You are welcome. I cannot find a record for the other Washburn's being buried there, sorry.
Added by Bev Dowson on Nov 09, 2016 4:20 AM
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