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I will be happy to add information and links to memorials that I manage.
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I believe David said that thy were family since the family has been ranching since the 1870's. Up there. Cool isn't it.
|Werner Howald||Porte and Warren|
Just to update what I have found, for one thing we haven't been out with Eldon Warren, he's been getting physical therapy most of the days in the week. But the good news is that I met up with the Johnson Family via Porte family, my wife and I went up to their ranch 7 miles from Hwy 1 and had dinner with David Johnson, he's brother Mike lives a mile from him, Mike runs the family 5000 acre ranch, but anyway they know the Warren family very will, for all of their lives, Eldon even said and ask us to tell Mike if he needed any help, he would send his boys over. So we did. Again, David told me that there is a small cemetery on their property up from his home. so I ask him if it be all possible if I could take a look and he said yes, I also met Mike in town and said that he built a fence to protect it from the cows coming over and grabbing on the wooden head makers some years ago. David told me that the family took on the Porte name for some reason that he couldn't understand, but told me that it was originally Fernandez. This seems to be, for I found this family in Gloucester, Massachusetts in 1860.
And thanks for slipping in the info on these memorials.
|Penelope Cercone ||RE: Wife of Michael Franks|
Amy First is the wife of Michael Franks, III who was born 1773 in German Twp., Fayette Co., Pa. and died February 11, 1857 in Smithfield, Fayette Co., Pa.
|JDKille||RE: Isabella's Obit|
The obituary I found is probably about one full column long. It goes into a lot of detail including what Isabella's favorite flower was. One correction: I believe her actual death date was Dec. 28th, which is the date in California Death Index for her death certificate (state file #29242). Glad you had the death date for William...I can take that off my search list. Cheers, JDKille.
Added by JDKille on Jun 17, 2016 12:44 AM
|Kathy Goodman||Tip regarding tree shadows|
I have someone hold an umbrella for me.
It works great.
Yes, this will be an interesting tour. We met with him the other day, but at his time he his having people coming in day after day for various reasons regarding his health. So he did agree to even have lunch over at the Hearst visitors center after the tour, he said that he's never been over there nor the castle. The castle tour has been around since 1958, oh well. He did tell me that day that his father never talked much with him about family after his mother passed away, but this was 1927 when she died. So I don't know what he knows at this time, we'll find out more later. I did look up his line that goes back in Connecticut, and apparently it goes way back. More later.
|Werner Howald||Warren's Family|
Just to let you know, I meet a guy named who is the son of William and Lily Warren, he is 92 and has a very sharp mind, he said he was born in Cambria on Center St, but the home was torn down and it was built in 1860. He said that he now has a ranch near Cayucos since 1953, about a 1000 acres, he's a real cowboy too. How about that. He would love to give my wife and I a tour of where he's family lived up San Simeon Creek. So, we said yes for next week. His name is Eldon Warren
|MaryAnn Dierolf||RE: Thanks!|
Your very welcome... You dont happen to be family do you? We are looking into Thomas M Haught who passed in Dec 1944 during WWII we believe his mom was Cora Ruth (Miller) Haught but dont know his dad
|Michael Shaug||RE: Thanks!|
Thanks very much for the reply on my e-mail to you on my Shaug ancestors, I appreciate your time and assistance... I will try to see if I can get a hold of someone there at Cambria Cemetery at some point to see if we might be able to figure out who is in the unknown grave... I have been trying to figure out for a long time now where Dr. Charles W. Shaug is buried, he died on Dec. 23, 1871 in Santa Maria, but there are no records of him being buried there, or anywhere in Santa Barbara county, though I read where many graves from 1870's were lost, or paved over in Santa Maria, that's why I thought this unknown grave might actually be him as all my other grandfathers are there in same row... well, anyway, as I mentioned before, if you would like any other info. on what I know about Shaug's, please let me know, I will try to help out in what I know... thanks again!
Mike Shaug 5-10-16
Thanks Cashie, it was interesting enough to find that he was a West Point Grad. All I did was, typing his name, and a few web sites popped up. Plus it was nice that he had this nice attractive headstone put up. I told my wife and I need to tell Terry Chaffee about him, for this Thomas Bingham may have been at these Posts or Forts, when their ancestors came by in those years. So, thanks for writing this up, it sounds good to me.
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