|Don Stowell (#46794548)|
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I have been doing genealogy for about 15 years. Seven years ago I retired from work as a banker after over 40 years. Then I began doing cemeteries as a new profession. The pay stinks but I do feel I'm contributing and the "thank you" emails keep me going. If you have photos of your relatives, please add them to their grave sites. Any corrections, additions, etc . . .let me know, please.|
PLEASE send corrections/requests by clicking the "EDIT" tab at the top right corner of the memorial page. Then click "suggest a correction or provide additional information". For transfers please state your relationship and include your member number. I sometimes miss messages posted below, so you'll have much better luck emailing me through the "edit" function.
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|Linda ||Charles Mitchell|
Thanks for providing the AZ death certificate link. I have added it to Mr. Mitchell's memorial page.
You have explained to me that you are researching veterans, so when I see an edit from you, I automatically process it as I know you have done the leg work!
Keep up the good work.
Added by Linda on Apr 20, 2015 9:21 AM
|rlahistory||RE: BERNARDA SAINZ TELLEZ|
I agree, always confusing unless you look at the evolution of the territories.
In 1850, the boundaries of the New Mexico territory contained most of present-day New Mexico and more than half of the present-day Arizona. In 1853 the Gadsden Purchase acquired additional land from Mexico which included present-day Tucson. (Presidio San Agustin del Tucson established by Spain on August 20, 1775)
Feb 1855, Dona Ana County in New Mexico gained all of the Gadsden Purchase land from Mexico. This included land south of the Gila River which extended Dona Ana County west to the Baja California border.
In Feb 1863, Arizona Territory was created which removed all land west of the 109th meridian from the New Mexico territory. This reduced Dona Ana County to the portion that was still in New Mexico Territory. The 1863 territory included present-day Arizona and land that would become the southern part of Nevada. Tucson was now in Arizona Territory.
So if Bernarda was born in 1857, it would be possible for records to exist in Dona Ana County, New Mexico. Her siblings born after 1863 would then be born in Arizona. Hope it makes sense.
|Tricia the Spirit Chaser||Roy Bruner|
Thanks for the email and link to the death cert. on Roy.
|Christine Masterson||Are you related:|
Grover Cleveland Ross
Birth 22 Feb 1888 in Blakesburg, Wapello, Iowa,
Death 13 May 1962 in Fresno, California
|Paul Hoyt||James Paul Cash - 120827430|
Hi Don - if you are connected to Mr. Cash, I can transfer his memorial to you. In any case, thank you for the additional information.
|Marsha Hanson Dillon||Thomas Robinson|
Thanks for sending the death certificate for Thomas Robinson
I am having trouble with sending emails from my PC.
Would you mind adding it to findagrave as a photo?
If you have trouble with it, just let me know
Thanks so much.
Marsha Hanson Dillon
|Judith Hazlett Starsinic||RE: Emma Louise PIERCE|
Thank you so much! Judy
|Judith Hazlett Starsinic||Question|
Dear Mr. Stowell, So pleased to find Emma Louisa Jone Pierce and am wondering how you found the information regarding her mother's first name and her husband's name - Jacob H Pierce?
Would love to hear from you!
|D. L. Lee||Leland O. Wood|
Thank you for the link to his death certificate. D. L.
|Diane Winters||Mollie Britthouer Meacham|
Thanks for the links. Is this your family? I am not related and would like this memorial to go into the care of her family. Please let me know.
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