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Linda F (#47217285)
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Bio Photo I am interested in genealogy and the history of Weed, California. I appreciate the many contributions to Find A Grave, so I am slowly adding data and photos to the Winema and Lincoln Heights Cemeteries in Weed.

Feel free to use any photograph I have taken for use in your family history. Credit is appreciated.

If you have a relative buried at Winema or Lincoln Heights Cemetery, I would love to hear from you. Perhaps we could help each other in our search for people from the past.
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Ron Alderson
Tuttle Cem
Linda
Mary R Smith and Nora Cordelia Smith belong to S Barger, so I couldn't transfer them. But all the others are done. Ron
Added by Ron Alderson on Aug 06, 2014 11:26 PM
Elaine Hanner Mills
RE: Huge Thank You!
Hi Linda,
Elaine here again. Comparing my son's picture of Dorothy Hanner's grave marker, we see that the one in your picture has been replaced with her name corrected hence the change in the border. If you want a copy of the new one, please tell me how to e-mail it to you. Thanks, Elaine
Added by Elaine Hanner Mills on Jul 14, 2014 7:34 PM
Eric McGuire
RE: Nice photo!
Thanks for the photo compliment. This is an interesting old stone with lots of character. The only issue with the photo is that the setting sun was directly in the way, but I had no choice with that problem.
Added by Eric McGuire on Jul 11, 2014 1:10 PM
Elaine Hanner Mills
RE: Huge Thank You!
Hi Linda,
No, Daddy didn't have a middle name but everybody called him Al. I noticed my mom's first name was misspelled on her marker, but you had corrected it on your site..yes her name is Dorothy May (Hunter)Hanner.

My son drove through there and sent me a picture today. Hers looks much different now because the concrete fence? is gone and there is a dug up dirt area around the under marker area. Don't know why. oh yes. Most people including Daddy called her Dottie. My 6 boys always refer to her as Grandma Dottie. But, to me, she was Mama or Mommy.


Thank from Elaine Hanner Mills
Added by Elaine Hanner Mills on Jul 09, 2014 5:21 PM
Elaine Hanner Mills
Huge Thank You!
Linda,

Thank you so much for all you are doing! As a genealogist myself, I understand the excitement in the work and also appreciate what you do benefitting others. My parents, Al and Dorothy Hanner's mortal bodies are interred in the Winema Cememtary for safe keeping until the reuniting with their souls when the Resurrection comes.

Thank you again,

Elaine Hanner Mills
Added by Elaine Hanner Mills on Jul 09, 2014 12:33 PM
Alice & Franklyn Vosburg
Handwritten Kensington records
Sorry for the delay. I found the hand written records at the Kensington Public Library. The material is kept in a filing cabinet and must be requested.
Added by Alice & Franklyn Vosburg on Jun 25, 2014 3:00 PM
Chris Murray
Richard Swan
On your Find A Grave page for Richard, you left a photo for your "8th great grandfather". Doesn't seem like that could be Richard because photography was still 200 years away when he died. He is my 10th great grandfather.
Chris Murray
murray_cs@cox.net
Added by Chris Murray on Jun 07, 2014 2:32 PM
S Barger
RE: thank you
Hi Linda,

My pleasure, glad we could help. You have my permission to use the closeup photos I took of your 3x great grandparents (36754481 and 36754480) at the Tuttle Cemetery.

Best Regards,
-Sherryl
Added by S Barger on May 20, 2014 11:33 PM
MsFoxRider
RE: Reuben A. Belvin
Well this is very interesting... Charles H. Strickland has the dates of (1837-1895) and is buried in Frisco (Memorial # 44910535). Digging... more later.
Added by MsFoxRider on May 11, 2014 1:12 PM
MsFoxRider
RE: Reuben A. Belvin
I'm not. I'm trying to determine if he is the father of Sarah A. Belvin b. 1857... I see one son is linked to him, William b. 1876. Is that your connection, or were there other children? The Reuben Belvin I seek had a wife Martha, too, and Martha was the mother of Sarah A. Belvin. Sarah was in Indian Territory (later OK) and married a Charles H. Strickland, had two children: Charles Guy and William Douglas. Charles died and she married James Albert Bullock in 1898. They had a son, Albert. James died in 1910, and she married a widower, William Henry Coles in 1911. My 3rd great-grandmother had a daughter, Abozil Mattox, and she was married to William Henry Coles' son through his first wife Caroline Ward, Howard Polk Coles.
Thank you for your prompt response!
Added by MsFoxRider on May 11, 2014 6:04 AM
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