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Randell Tarin (#46974932)
 member for 12 years, 11 months, 28 days
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Bio Photo Randell Tarin is a 9th generation Texan and, like most Americans has a Heinz 57 ancestry. Having been involved in genealogy for over 25 years, he can trace his father's Hispanic ancestry to the earliest settlements of San Antonio and many of his direct ancestors were directly involved in the formation of Texas.

His mother's family took the long route to Texas from Europe to America via VirginIa and the surrounding colonies.

Randell is an avid researcher and has contributed numerous articles to the Texas State Historical Associations "New Handbook of Texas"
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RE: Paso de Los Garzas Cemetery
I know nothing about this cem. or the people buried there, I just add flowers to the newly added graves. I hope you can find someone that can help you.
Added by family finder on Aug 27, 2014 8:12 PM
Cheryl Williamson
Alta Hughes Hobbs Bundy
I've added the information your supplied. Do you have any information about the name Hobbs for this lady. I ask because I am a descendant of Lewis Hobbs who settled in Van Zandt County and I my great-grandmother was a Mayfield.
Added by Cheryl Williamson on Aug 15, 2014 4:59 PM
Tim Cook
RE: Jack French 42427360
I added more details to the memorial. Please DO NOT consolidate the two memorials, as I think it's important that he is also memorialized in his hometown where the family placed the cenotaph. I linked him to where he is buried in Belgium.
He was originally buried in the Azores, which is
reflected on the marker that his family placed at the time. I don't have the actual date, but I think he was reburied between 1947-49.

Thank you for allowing me to add the story.

Best regards,
Added by Tim Cook on Aug 10, 2014 2:51 PM
Tricia the Spirit Chaser
Isabella Good
You sent me an email about Isabella being listed as her own sibling. Apparently that is how that new link is working...I have checked several of my entries and they are always linking that way. Part of the new system I guess.
Added by Tricia the Spirit Chaser on May 08, 2014 6:30 AM
RE: Martha Ivy
You're welcome.
Added by Stone✞Searcher on Apr 14, 2014 7:55 PM
RE: Nancy G. Coker
Done, I ued the 1900 census.
Regards, Bud
Added by Bud on Jan 10, 2014 12:58 PM
RE: Nancy G. Coker
I do not make changes without documentation. I used to walk cemeteries and I would photograph headstones of all vets and of names I knew folks that were looking for that surname hoping that it might help them.
I learned a long time ago from a doc at the VA in Memphis in 1960, not to assume anything.
Now my time is short and I will do as I see fit.
Best regards to you and all yours, Bud
Added by Bud on Jan 10, 2014 12:17 PM
Nancy G. Coker
Hi Randell.
We took the grandkids down to visit the prison and I walked this cemetery for a friend. Took several photos until I found his, so seeing that you are interested in this lady I will give you the honor of adding data.
Happy Researching, Bud
Added by Bud on Jan 10, 2014 6:59 AM
Mike Jedrzynski
Thank you for the beautiful photo of Mike's marker.

Added by SaraPar on Oct 17, 2013 8:36 PM
Richard Dickson
Thanks for the information about his mother. I have linked him to her. And updated his memorial.
Added by KatyD on Jul 23, 2013 7:09 PM
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