|Yucaipa Valley Genealogical Society (#47266728)|
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The Yucaipa Valley Genealogical Society was created in 1982. The first Board of Directors was: President; Bonnie Jacobsen, Vice President; John Reynolds, Recording Secretary; Rosalind Bennett, Treasurer; Eloise Cunningham. At the close of 1982 there was a total of 59 members of which 53 were Charter Members.|
In 2007, under the presidency of Jamie Daniel, the canvassing of Desert Lawn Memorial Park was started.
In 2008, under the presidency of Gena Ortega, the indexing of birth, marriage and death records reported in the Yucaipa-Calimesa News Mirror was added as an additional project.
In 2009, under the presidency of Earl Giddings, an enormous data-base was created to combine all of the previous efforts and includes thousands of photographs of tombstones to be entered on, not only the Society records but also on Find A Grave.
In 2010, under the presidency of Floyd Ferguson, we are adding information on three other local cemeteries; Stewart Sunnyslope, San Gorgonio and Mountain View.
Since many tombstones provide only the year of birth and death, we have undertaken the project to locate additional information from the Social Security Death Index, California Death Index, California Birth Index, California Marriage Index and our YVGS data-base.
We are aware that some of the CADI information of surnames and maiden names are not always spelled correctly but hope they will be beneficial.
When doing your research, you find we have made an incorrect entry, please notify us.
We have no estimate of when these projects will be completed .
We hope we have helped you with your search and welcome you to visit our website.
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|They're Not Alone||RE: George and Winifred Ball|
Thank You so much for the transfers. I am working on the family tree for them right now. I have just added George's middle name as well. I am so happy to be able to do this for Miss Winnie. Thank You Again.
|They're Not Alone||RE: George and Winifred Ball|
I wud love to have them transfered to our care. I Miss them so much. Winnie was quite eccentric and even after George physically left her, he was still with her in her mind. We wud go to dinner and I was young still but I was in charge of Winnie and that meant being in charge of invisible George too no matter how strange it seemed to other people. Her house was coated in baby powder cuz George likes it she said. I had to go over and dress her everyday or she would go thru the day wearing nothing but baby powder and a scarf thinking she was in a hollywood movie with Goerge of course lol. She was a teal character. They were a cherished part of our family and I would love to manage their memorials and write a profile for them both. Thank you very much.
|Diane & John||RE: Earl Giddings|
I'm sorry to hear that. I know you'll feel his loss there. Thanks for letting me know. Is there a website I can go to to express my condolences?
Thank you for making the edits.
I just sent a copy and link to his obituary through the edit tab. Here is the link to the obituary for Ralph Howard.
Press-Enterprise, The (Riverside, CA) - Friday, May 25, 2001
CITE THIS RECORD
"Press-Enterprise, The", , GenealogyBank.com (http://www.genealogybank.com/doc/obituaries/obit/0FAEAB22A813F4BE-0FAEAB22A813F4BE Ralph Howard
Added by Sarah on May 08, 2016 11:27 AM
|Russell W. Behne I||RE: Mary Behne|
> "Are you telling me that you disagree with the obit that I found for Mary and that she did not die in Redlands Community Hospital? Barbara YVGS"
Sorry Barbara, but I'm dealing with hundreds of communications each week, and thousands of records on 13,940+ individuals in my database. Findagrave.com's messaging system doesn't let me review my past communication with you. If there is a way to see it it's not being made easy to find, so I can't see what precisely was said that led you to think I'm challenging what hospital she died in unless you copy & paste it when responding as I did above. It is good Internet etiquette to do so.
In reviewing my database entry for my aunt Mary, I can't see any claim being made in the database that she either did or did not die in any particular hospital. I don't recall claiming that she did or didn't either. What my records cite came primarily from the California Death Index for 1940-1997, and I have not mentioned what hospital because I have not seen the actual obit.
On what are you basing your question, so I can investigate and formulate a better answer?
BTW - If you found my aunt's obit why didn't you post a link to it? Or the image itself? I'd love to have a copy of the image for my records. So would others I suspect. A link would be great.
We are working on our family and his is the son of Albert Wolter of Wisconsin. I sent a edit in yesterday for Robert, son of my uncle.
Added by Cheryl on Apr 22, 2016 4:09 PM
|DR||RE: William Henderson#48837432|
The William Alexander Henderson you are searching for is the same person as William A. Henderson #48837432. There is a biography about him on this link:
The following is an excised quote from his mother, Mary (Archibald) Henderson's obituary:
"She is survived by four daughters and one son, all former residents of this city, as follow: Janet M. Henderson, Margaret P. Henderson, Mary A. Henderson, Isabel R. Henderson, all of Los Angeles, and William A. Henderson of Beaumont, California."
Source: The Morning Union Wed. Mar. 30, 1921 pg 6 col 3
Added by DR on Apr 08, 2016 10:08 PM
|Diane & John||Re: John|
Barbara, thank you so much for your condolence message for John & I was so sorry to hear about Earl. He was such a help to us when we visited your area several years ago.
|Grothmann||Gina Marie Muniz|
Thank you for the additional information. I have made the changes.
Thank you very much for getting back to me on this. It seems as if the disinterred graves may not be recorded anywhere. Again, thanks!
Added by sassa on Apr 03, 2016 10:18 AM
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