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P Barela (#46573401)
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Valice Raffi
Rudolph Baca

I sent you a note via edit in 9/8 to let you know that Ruben Baca (65286997) was the father, not the spouse!

Added by Valice Raffi on Oct 11, 2014 2:41 PM
Valice Raffi
Las Cruces Cemetery
I saw your memorials for Las Cruces Cemetery in Las Cruces, Dona Ana Co., NM Unfortunately, there isn't a cemetery called that in Las Cruces, but there is a Las Cruces Cemetery in Taos, Taos Co., NM.

Both memorials have obituaries that mention Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, which is in Taos. Also, Fred's wife Victoria was buried in Taos.

I believe that both memorials ought to moved to Las Cruces Cemetery in Taos, Taos Co., NM

Fred Waltz # 89176912
Jayden Silva # 83708482

Yours, Valice
Added by Valice Raffi on Oct 08, 2014 8:49 PM
Illona Jensen
Ralph A Lee Find A Grave Memorial# 113626522
I am wondering if Darline Lee Find A Grave Memorial# 113626510 and Ralph A Lee Find A Grave Memorial# 113626522 are together and might be husband and wife.
There is a Ralph A Lee and a Nora D Lee on the 1940 census and the ages match, so I'm thinking Nora D Lee might be Nora Darline Lee.
Anyway, are the tombstones together?
Thanks, Illona Jensen
Added by Illona Jensen on Sep 21, 2014 7:54 PM
A. Griego
Transfer 131578234

Transfer request 131578234

This is my Grandparents daughter/my Fathers sister. I have had both of my grandpaents memorials transfered to me and all of their childrens memorials transfered to me. This is the last one needed inorder to complete this part of my family.

Please transfer this family member to me;
Gloria Griego Armijo
Find A Grave Memorial: 131578234

Thank You.

A.Griego 48420453
Added by A. Griego on Sep 20, 2014 8:53 AM
Your edits and requests
I contacted F.A.G. staff about this contributor who seems to be inactive, and they said we could submit our requests to them and they would take care of those for us.
Added by Sherral on Sep 18, 2014 4:45 AM
Baby J Cordova
I send this again and again...What will it take to get an answer from you???????????

Baby J Cordova
I have also notice you are not replying to any of your messages but still adding memorials. Does this mean you are just not willing to transfer our loved ones memorials to us?

Hi.. I was wondering if you are willing to tranfer Baby J Cordova #108273306 to me. I'm his/her aunt. Baby J passed away before my nephew and his wife knew if they had a son or daughter. I'm trying to keep the family together. Thank you for your time.
angeltearz (#47722075)
Added by angeltearz on Sep 17, 2014 3:20 PM
Daniel B. Hadley
This entry has been made twice. You should probably delete one of them.
Added by Judy on Sep 15, 2014 11:40 AM
Mike Dillon
Kathleen Boyce Dillon Memorial
Please transfer to me my mother's memorial, or delete the one you created, if you would. Thank you.
Added by Mike Dillon on Sep 08, 2014 5:23 PM
Roberta DeGolyer
Please add Roberta DeGolyer's obituary to her memorial. I am a docent at her grandparents' home which is part of the Dallas Arboretum. Thanks.

Memorial today for Roberta DeGolyer

Memorial services for Roberta Coke DeGolyer, a photography historian, will be at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Chapel in Dallas.

Ms. DeGolyer, 42, died of complications from asthma Saturday at St. Vincent's Hospital in Santa Fe, N.M.

The Dallas native received degrees from Colgate University in Hamilton, N.Y., and the University of Minnesota before moving to Rochester, N.Y., in the 1970s to study the history of photography at the George Eastman House.

Ms. DeGolyer worked as a staff photographer for the Pierpont Morgan Library in New York City from 1972 to 1975. In 1987 she moved to Santa Fe and worked as a volunteer and scholar at the Museum of New Mexico.

Many of Ms. DeGolyer's photographs were exhibited in the George Eastman House and published in photography trade magazines. She owned a large collection of 19th-century photographs.

Survivors include two sisters, Stirling Pitman Greenlee and Edith DeGolyer, both of Dallas; one brother, Everett Lee DeGolyer III of Austin; her stepmother, Helen Warren DeGolyer of Dallas; and her grandmother, Katharine Smith Pitman of Dallas.

Dallas Morning News, The (TX), February 19, 1993
Added by BassetLover on Sep 05, 2014 6:26 PM
Patti Knight Sedillo
Charles Garcia
Thank you for linking Charles to his parents, Charles and Agnes Montoya Garcia.
Added by Patti Knight Sedillo on Sep 04, 2014 12:42 PM
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