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Patti (#46915942)
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Ancestor Searcher
RE: Bowlin
My pleasure!
Added by Ancestor Searcher on Jul 05, 2014 10:18 AM
Bill Paschal
RE: Asa and Mary Piper
Happy to be of assistance
Added by Bill Paschal on May 28, 2014 8:34 AM
B Fuller
Manuel Madrid DOD Mar 1907
Manuel Madrid was murdered by his teenaged wife Valentina Madrid, 16 and her friend Ala Lyons, 17. They were the first women sentenced to hang for murder in the state of NM.
The prosecutor in the case was the famous Elfego Baca. Though the girls were found guilt and sentenced to hang the people of Hillsboro did not want the girls to hang. Because of public outcry their sentence was commuted to life in prison. The spent many years in prison and were eventually released.
They murdered Mr Madrid with a common rat poison. Valentina was having an affair with a another man, Francisco Baca. The girls alleged that Mr Baca talked the girls into murdering Manuel so Valentina could be with him. Mr Baca was tried separately from the young women. He was found not guilt.
This is an historic case in NM that drew national media attention.
I'm sending you a link to the State Historians sight that talks about this murder.
http://hillsborohistory.blogspot.com/2012/03/poisoning-at-hillsboro.html

thank you,
Barbara Fuller

Added by B Fuller on Apr 14, 2014 1:14 PM
B Fuller
Manuel Madrid DOD Mar 1907
Manuel Madrid was murdered by his teenaged wife Valentina Madrid, 16 and her friend Ala Lyons, 17. They were the first women sentenced to hang for murder in the state of NM.
The prosecutor in the case was the famous Elfego Baca. Though the girls were found guilt and sentenced to hang the people of Hillsboro did not want the girls to hang. Because of public outcry their sentence was commuted to life in prison. The spent many years in prison and were eventually released.
They murdered Mr Madrid with a common rat poison. Valentina was having an affair with a another man, Francisco Baca. The girls alleged that Mr Baca talked the girls into murdering Manuel so Valentina could be with him. Mr Baca was tried separately from the young women. He was found not guilt.
This is an historic case in NM that drew national media attention.
I'm sending you a link to the State Historians sight that talks about this murder.
http://hillsborohistory.blogspot.com/2012/03/poisoning-at-hillsboro.html
If you choose to update his memorial please credit me for the additional information.

thank you,
Barbara Fuller

Added by B Fuller on Apr 14, 2014 12:21 AM
Heather
Photo Requests
Hello Patti,

I did receive your requests and I will see if I can get them, they might be buried though, we just got over 2 feet of snow in the last 2 days. If I can't get to them now, I have the requests saved and will do it in the spring when all this snow melts! I didn't want you to think that I was ignoring your requests.
Added by Heather on Feb 20, 2014 4:28 AM
Valerie Hanelt
RE: Isaac Nunn
If your ancestors came from here we should collaborate! Let me know when you can come visiting and we will walk the cemetery, etc. Val
Added by Valerie Hanelt on Jan 06, 2014 11:49 AM
Debera Garcia
Robert Brownfield
Hi Patti,

Thank you so much for the photo's.

Debera
Added by Debera Garcia on Dec 08, 2013 7:51 PM
Jamin
RE: William Morrish
My cousin is descended from him (on the other side of her family).
Added by Jamin on Oct 08, 2013 3:45 PM
wrmcferrin
Re: Charles McKinney
Hi Patti, I'm being nosey. Martha Lee McKinney FGM# 31349273--her husband Charles Arthur McKinney
FGM# 30240923 and their son Milam Lee McKinney FGM# 30240956 are all on the same headstone. Is there a reason why the photo of the headstone is only on Martha's memorial page? If it's just an overlook, could you go ahead and put the headstone on the other two? Thanks wrmcferrin
Added by wrmcferrin on Oct 08, 2013 11:46 AM
wrmcferrin
RE: Re: Photos
The Milam McKinney Family--Milam was my 2nd great uncle. His oldest sister was Eliza Lousia McKinney Franklin--who was my Great-Great Grandmother. Sandy Rubio-Boitel and I have not spoken to each other in a very long time, but she is where I got a lot of info on our McKinney family. She is the one who found William McKinney's parents for those of us who had no idea where to locate them.
wrmcferrin
Added by wrmcferrin on Oct 08, 2013 10:02 AM
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