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JAMES LANG (#48084734)
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Bio Photo im here to find family members graves as well as helping others find their requests.....PROVIDING IM ABLE TO DO. IM NEW TO THIS SO LEARNING PLEASE BE PATIENT WITH ME
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Tom Lee
And another duplicate

The Andes line goes back to Martha "Harper" Andes.

She was the sister of my gggrandmother Eliza Jane "Harper" Lee. I have a good bit of Harper family history if you would like it.
Added by Tom Lee on Jul 21, 2015 1:19 PM
Tom Lee
Interesting duplicate to

Also an interesting obit:
Robert "Bob" Andes, 79, founder of Four Corners Drilling Company and local entrepreneur, died Friday, April 10, 2009, in Scottsdale, Ariz., after a courageous two-year battle with cancer. He was born April 3, 1930, in Portales, to James and Elnora Andes.
He worked hard from a young age. At 13, he was working in a radiator repair shop in Abilene, Texas. He joined the Army at age 16, and served until 1953, when he was honorably discharged with the rank of sergeant. On January 19, 1949, he married Katherine Caldwell in Sonora, Texas.
Bob spent the next several years in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico, working in the oil fields for Great Western and Loffland Brothers before finally settling in Farmington in 1957.
In 1973, with one rig, he founded Four Corners Drilling Company, along with his brother, Earl Lang. In the years that followed, he expanded operations, adding more rigs, and supporting businesses such as Rig Equipment and Supply, Overland Transport, Four Corners Trucking, Drilling Fluids, Inc. (DFI), Four States Casing, Valley Machine Shop and Western States Insurance Company. Bob and Earl also formed Power Tongs, Inc. and acquired Shiprock Transport. With the purchase of a fixed-based operator at Farmington Airport, they started Mesa Air Charter, which later became Mesa Airlines.
He is survived by his longtime companion, Carole Walling and her daughter, Kerry Walling; his son, James Andes and his companion, Joyce Grau; daughter, Linda Bell and husband, Eldon Bell; daughter, Glenda Loftin; four grandchildren, Valerie Andes, Jimmy Andes, Kevin Bell and Justin Bell; half-brother, Earl Lang and wife, Mary Lang; half-brother, Eugene Lang; and two half-sisters, Fern (Lang) Bostain and Jean Lang.and daughter, Kathryn Hall Valentine.
Added by Tom Lee on Jul 21, 2015 1:13 PM
Love My Ancestors
RE: re wrong cemetary
You will need to give me memorial #'s and what cemetery they are in then - or what you want me to do with them.
Added by Love My Ancestors on Dec 24, 2014 8:40 AM
Love My Ancestors
RE: re wrong cemetary
I will change the cemetery - but not knowing what memorial you are speaking of. I have thousands - give me which one you are speaking of.
Added by Love My Ancestors on May 20, 2014 5:12 PM
Jerry Huffman
Hi James,

Just wondering if you were able to get a photo
of Cuervo Cemetery ?

Regards, Jerry
Added by Jerry Huffman on Apr 29, 2014 11:24 AM
Jerry Huffman
Hi James,

I emailed you a note.

Regards, Jerry
Added by Jerry Huffman on Mar 25, 2014 8:28 AM

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