|Christopher Erin Lindstrom (#46962692)|
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On March 21, 1965, I started my life in Fortuna, Humboldt, California at the Redwood Memorial Hospital. Are family lived in Eureka, California for the next 5 years, we moved to Sacramento, California for better work conditions. |
As the years went on I graduated from Deloro High School in Loomis, California in 1984.
In 1986 I moved to Reno, Nevada living on my own for the first time.
In 1988 I came back to the Sacramento area to work until 1994. I thought it was time for a change so I moved to Boise, Idaho for a year.
I again moved back to Roseville, California, where I am still living and working.
My joy of working on my Family Tree all these years has been one of my greatest fullfillments of my life.
Since the passing of my Uncle Bob Lindstrom, the overlooking of the family tree has become my responseability.
Lindstrom Side of Family - Rothwell, Nelson, Cleland, Larson, Shaw, Marsh, Skelton
Spangler Side of Family - Cronk, Hart, Chalsma, Bates, Ryder, Hoffman
Bear Creek Cemetery
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|Alexis||Nathaniel Newhall Western Cemetery|
Most of the 1600 era stones in the Western Cemetery suffered vandalism. The graves that were left were moved to an unmarked area. There is no stone for Nathaniel. I do continue to search for him, but I have not been successful.
Added by Alexis on Jun 01, 2015 6:47 AM
|tina m hauer||Olson|
This is concerning the following http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=32197305
says added by you.
I think this is my relatives. Is there any more info about these two people at this grave site or any contact info I could research?
|Lorna Eidem||Vera cox|
i was so thrilled to see the picture of Vera cox.
Her mother was Clara weinzler, who was my grandmas
Sister. My grandmas name was Francis Loechler Borg.
I never met Vera, but I clearly remember Clara visiting
My grandma. She would come up from Waco I believe.
Very interesting. I now wish I had listened more closely
To their conversations!
Lorna Schoeder eidem
|Larry Allen||Esther M.(Fagernas) Cummings|
I was born Fortuna and also moved to Sacramento because of father's asthma. Graduated from Elk Grove High school a long time ago. I have been developing a data base of early Humboldt County pioneers for some years.
I was confused by the 1910 and 1920 census data for Esther, being shown as a daughter of Johanna Fagernaus (married surname) I have concluded that she must have been adopted somehow. Your comments that she arrived in the US in 1905 interested me. Do you know of the real connection to the Fagernas family? The 1910 census shows that she immigrated in 1902. She would have been only a year old. Did she come with parents who later died?
Do you know anything of the Hjalmer/Hallmer Fagernas shown in the 1900 and 1910 census? I thought at first that he might be the same as Esther.
Don't we love genealogical research?
Can you please transfer ownership of Eldon Chase (#37777871) to me? He is my grandfather and I'd like to maintain his memorial. Thank you.
Added by RanaMuck on Oct 14, 2014 6:54 PM
|Twist||W Edward Drury|
Hi. You sent a suggested change to his first name - to Water. Did you mean to suggest Walter?
Added by Twist on Sep 10, 2014 5:05 PM
|Our Ancestors Branches||Robert F. Schlosser|
I happen to notice Your posting on Robert F. Schlosser's memorial in Florida. I'm searching for a Robert F. Schlosser, who once lived in El Paso Co., Texas and was married to a Julia Anna Barnett, who was born in Idaho.
I would like to link Robert and Julia's infant daughter, Roberta to His memorial and I want to be sure I have the right father, Robert.
Please send Your reply to:
and add "Find A Grave" to the subject line! Thank You!
|sthurner||RE: Bates Gravestone's|
Oak Hill is a very large cemetery (24,000) with many people with the last name Bates. It would help me to know which people you are referring to. Who are you looking for?
Added by sthurner on Aug 18, 2014 3:23 PM
Sorry, no clue where your relatives might be buried.
Added by Aavedt on Aug 18, 2014 2:31 PM
|Jerry Huffman||RE: Mary Findel|
You are very welcome.
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