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Marcia (#47899925)
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Bio Photo I was born and raised in Wyoming...from Mammoth to Greybull to Glenrock to Lander. My dad worked iron and oil rigs so had to go where the work was. He passed in 1962 (Find A Grave Memorial# 83530630) and after I graduated HS in '65, mom packed my brother and me up and moved to SUNNY Southern California. Been here ever since except for a few years in Austin, Tx and Phoenix, AZ. I've loved them all but still consider myself that small-town girl. You can take the girl out of Wyoming, well, you know how it goes. I have gotten hooked on this and would love to volunteer and do it full time, but right now I care for mom who is 95. I have a daughter, 5 grandchildren, and 5 and a half great-grands. Ok, it's officially 6 great-grands now with the arrival 4/24/13 of Peyten Renee Sgarlata.
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Old Coot
RE: Leonard Haworth
A "disgruntled malcontent"???

Treasure him for it is folks such as that who brought humans from wandering the African plains naked with sticks and stones to fend off hungry critters to our current era of air conditioned homes and refrigerators!!!
Added by Old Coot on Jul 23, 2014 7:01 AM
Lese Conn
RE: Ada L Carpenter
Sorry about that. If i'm up that way again I will take another photo. Lese
Added by Lese Conn on Jun 01, 2014 9:06 PM
RE: Robert N Bozanic
They are Bozanics as well. It is Daniel and Agnes Botanic. I posted a photo of their stone as well.
Added by Lostnwyomn on May 15, 2014 8:35 AM
Rose Wenstrom
George Wesley Johnston
Hi Marcia,

In searching for something else on microfilm at our local library, I came across article/obituary on George. It's pretty poor quality, but the best that the microfilm machine can do. I tried scanning it, but it's not really readable. I don't really want to transcribe it. If you want the paper copy, let me know. It's the Powell Tribune, front page, Thursday, May 2, 1946. If you want me to mail it, email me your address and I'll drop it in the mail. Or I could read it to you over the phone. Just let me know. Thanks! Rose
Added by Rose Wenstrom on May 04, 2014 10:18 AM
RE: Bruce L. Porter
You are very welcome, and I am happy that you are satisfied! That makes me feel good. Have a blessed evening! Kimberly
Added by Kimberly on Mar 31, 2014 7:27 PM
Mary McCraw
I wanted to thank you for trying to find grave marker for Mary Louise.
Added by DRK on Mar 21, 2014 10:19 PM
Jeff Schreck
Baby Freeburgh
Marcia, The only Freeburgh child I could find is this 12 year old. If I need to delete this photo or move it, just let me know.

Added by Jeff Schreck on Mar 17, 2014 9:34 PM
Jim Sanders
RE: Daniel Chase
I don't have any other photos. Sorry. The name Chafe is actually Chase. The letter "s" appeared to be an "f" in those days.
Added by Jim Sanders on Feb 17, 2014 3:06 PM
Mark's Mom
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 20524663

I'm thinking that the others buried by David Carpenter may be from his wife's family "Fenton" the majority of Carpenters are buried in the Lone Mountain Cemetery also located in Lovelock. I will look for the my picture CD of Big Meadow Cemetery, and look at the order I took pictures, in hopes of finding out more information for you.

Mark's Mom Bernice
Added by Mark's Mom on Jan 09, 2014 11:40 AM
Cheryl Locher Moonen
RE: Dubuque cemeteries
Do you know if he was buried in a Catholic or Protestant Cemetery?
If it's Catholic, you can request a form from the Dubuque Archdiocese This can take several weeks because they have only one researcher.
If Protestant you can send a request to Linwood Cemetery, they are the largest non-Catholic in Dubuque. under HELPFUL INFORMATION then GENEAOLOGY. If she can't help you she could give you contact numbers for the other non-Catholic cemeteries in Dubuque.

If you don't get anywhere let me know. Cheryl
Added by Cheryl Locher Moonen on Jan 07, 2014 9:33 PM
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