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Richard Jackson (#47113304)
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Bio Photo I am the official Herbert Farnworth and Jackson Family Historian and geneologist. I have thousands of pictures and documents on the Farnworth family from George Farnworth to the present. I am very willing to share and trade information with anyone interested.
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Margaret Rijkelijkhuizen
Thomas Richard Jackson
Hello, Thomas R J was a direct ancestor of my children via the Gunn side. (My grandson is Justus GUNN White). I know Thomas was a polygamist, but this is still not very open on graves and records.
I have three marriages of him
1) 1864-04-16 with Mary Ann Owen
2) 1879-08-28 with Elisabeth Loosli
3) ??? with Lucy Wright

is that right according to your research?

thank you very much

Added by Margaret Rijkelijkhuizen on Feb 02, 2015 11:24 PM
Peter Stines
Sir William Staines
My great great grandfather was named William Staines but I have no idea if there is a connection. My ancestor was born in the U.K. in 1820 and left in 1840. He settled in Galveston Texas. No clue as to who his parents were or exactly where he was born.
Maybe he was an off-shoot of one of the other Staines lines ? Give me a shout at
Added by Peter Stines on Jan 12, 2015 9:17 AM
Kathryn Browning
RE: Robert & Agnes Burns Gravestone
The "old one"is actually his military stone honoring his service during World War I. If you click on it, it enlarges so you may view it better and read about his service.

Added by Kathryn Browning on Apr 24, 2014 10:13 PM
Kathryn Browning
RE: Robert & Agnes Burns Gravestone
Which Robert Burns died in 1972...could it be 1973?
Added by Kathryn Browning on Apr 24, 2014 9:32 PM
diana poppleton
Grandmother Fuller
Richard, Thank you so much for finding and marking the gravesite. I have a certificate that says my grandmother is buried there, but Grandmother Fuller is the only Fuller buried there. Her son Robert Stephen (RST) Fuller is alson buried there, but there is no record of it. There seems to be a lot of area around that is unmarked. Maybe he is there. Grandmother Fuller was buried in 1900 and her son in 1904. Again, thank you for your promp service.
Added by diana poppleton on May 03, 2013 2:49 PM
Richard K. Ross
RE: Beth Mikesell
Hi Richard,
You are very welcome. I was glad to be of help in making your memorial more complete. I'm sure that anyone looking for Beth Mikesell will appreciate the added information. Thank you for taking the time to add it.
Added by Richard K. Ross on Dec 11, 2012 3:25 PM
Jerry Huffman
RE: William Kamp
Hi Richard,

You are very welcome.
Sorry, no more info or photos.
I can send Fort Rosecrans photos in full res if you would like.....

Regards, Jerry
Added by Jerry Huffman on May 29, 2011 5:38 PM
Jerry Huffman
William Kamp
Hi Richard,
Hope you can use his obit.....
Regards, Jerry

KAMP -- William Paul: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice

San Diego Union-Tribune, The (CA) - August 18, 1998

Deceased Name: KAMP -- William Paul

KAMP -- William Paul, age 74, of San Diego, CA passed away Aug. 15, 1998. He is survived by his 4 children, Christopher, Mark, Lisa and Andrea, as well as 6 grandchildren. Born Dec. 10, 1923 in Glendale, CA, served in the Army during WWII in France and Germany. He earned degrees in education and administration from Chapman College and Calif. State University at Los Angeles. Bill enjoyed a lifelong career as an educator in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, including Principal and Assistant Principal at several Junior and Senior High Schools in the Garden Grove Unified School District.
He retired in 1983 to Lake Arrowhead, CA and after health problems, moved to San Diego where he was able to condinue his hobbies of photography and boating. We will remember his caring and friendliness to all and miss him greatly. Memorial Services will be held Thursday Aug. 20th at Mt. Soledad Presbyterian Church La Jolla, CA 2:30 p.m. Private Inurnment Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery . In lieu of flowers the family suggest donations to American Heart Assoc. EL CAMINO MORTUARY 453-2121
Edition: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
Page: B-5
Copyright 1998 Union Tribune Publishing Co.
Added by Jerry Huffman on May 27, 2011 8:59 AM
Pat Ellingson
I also took a photo of John's wife's grave if you want it. Joseph Chech's dates were June 24, 1837 to Dec 20, 1902 and his wife, Anna, I can't read either. So put into google Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison, WI and on the right hand side is a search. Search anyone and it gives you all the cemetery information like who bought the graves, where people were born, what their parents names are, etc. Very good info. Who is Barbara Chech? she was on the side of the monument.
Added by Pat Ellingson on Mar 16, 2011 5:16 PM
Robert Brent McKinnon
RE: Your Request in Syracuse

Thank you for pointing out the duplication. I've deleted the memorial I created for him, just this morning, and contacted the maker of the Frank M McKinnon memorial to arrange for his parents to be added, or for transferance of the memorial to myself.

Thank you again, for catching this, and letting me know.

Robert Brent McKinnon
Added by Robert Brent McKinnon on Aug 18, 2010 10:09 AM
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