Born Aug. 18, 1952 in Fresno, CA. Lived in or around Fresno all my life. Valedictorian of my Central Union High School class of 1970. Graduated from Calif. State University, Fresno, summa cum laude, with honors, & a degree in economics. Married Dec. 18, 1976. Used to be a pretty good bowler until back trouble forced me to quit. Avid genealogist & cat lover. Besides genealogy, my hobbies are reading, solving puzzles, playing games on my computer, sewing, crocheting, & other kinds of needlework. Currently working on transcribing cemeteries in Fresno, preparing cemetery maps for finding gravesites, & volunteer work in genealogy.
RE: Douglas Peffer location Hi Nancy, Thanks for your help. Unfortunately, I don't the tract # for Douglas Peffer's grave location. Where would I find that information? I was told he is buried in the East Addition, but I'm not sure if that helps any. Thanks again!
RE: John & Maud Palmour graves I apologize that I have taken so long to get back to you. When I fulfill a request for a photo, I usually take photos of many of the headstones surrounding the requested one, but then I post them to the cemetery page as well. The cemetery's records, unfortunately, are not very complete. The current owners bought the cemetery from someone who had been keeping the burial records in a garage. They are all still on paper, old grids that are wearing and frayed on the edges, and not kept in any particular order. I can go back to check on John, but it may take a few days. I won't be able to get to it this week.
RE: Rev. Harold Govette, # 132145169 Nancy- Thanks for the information about Rev. Harold Govette. I have changed his burial place to Belmont Memorial Park. Thank you for also adding the photos of Harold and his son Paul's headstones. Don
RE: Earl James Wallace Nancy - I don't know if I ever properly thanked you for all your hard work in tracking down Mr. Wallace. It really meant a lot to me. Please don't feel that you have to transfer management of his marker to me. It will be enough to be able to leave a flower and a note once in a while.