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FYI, as I grow older, I find I am becoming more and more fond of my name... my first name is ELLAJEAN... one word... only one word... no spaces, lower case j. |
I am the single mother of 2 children; both grown and gone. I live in the country with my 2 dobermen and enjoy genealogy, 'grave hunting', travel, gardening and working - yeah, believe it or not!
BTW: ANY PICTURE I POST TO A FINDAGRAVE SITE IS FREE FOR ANYONE TO USE IN THEIR GENEALOGY AS THEY SEE FIT. ENJOY
Additionally.... if you want a picture REtaken, for any reason, please let me know.
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|Desert Rat||Clara Douglas|
Hi Ellajean: I don't know if this is the correct format to add information. If not please let me know.
The lady above #59308032 was my father's aunt. He never met her as she died prior to his birth.
She was born Clara Belle Fenter on 12 Jun 1880 in Pima County Arizona Territory. She died on 14 Aug 1909 in Tucson, Pima, Arizona Territory.
She is a daughter of William Duke Fenter 1835-1896 and Sarah Elizabeth Parker 1851-1924. For the record Sarah Fenter (nee: Parker) is memorialized and is buried at Evergreen in Tucson. William Duke is memorialized, but his exact resting place is unknown.
Clara Belle married Thomas H. Douglas in Cochise County Arizona Territory on 10 Dec 1896. A son Virgil Douglas was born to them in 1903 probably in Cochise County.
Somewhere along the line Clara Belle and Thomas H must have been divorced. She married Henry R. Armbrust 02 Jun 1908 in Cochise County. There is an Arizona Death Certificate in the name of Clara Armbrust. Why her headstone reads Clara Douglas I do not know. Perhaps in deference to her son. I do know the headstone was placed as a result of an Eagle Scout Project to identify unknown graves in the 7th street cemetery. Please update her memorial as you see fit or transfer to me if you wish. You would of course be kept as the originator.
Thanks for your good work.
I have a correction for you, the stone picture you added to Josef Pracheil #52116948 is really the stone for Josie Witt Pracheil. You might want to remove it. Josef is my Great Grandfather, also I am related to all the Pracheils at Big Blue (this cemetery is really Big Blue, although someone labeled it Bohemian National)
I appreciate your help, do you live near by?
thanks, Karen Hunt (KKaye)
Added by KKaye on Nov 18, 2013 9:43 AM
Barbara Pracheil, #52116947 is my Great Grandmother, would you please transfer her to me.
Thanks, Karen Hunt (KKaye #47235742)
Added by KKaye on Nov 16, 2013 10:00 PM
|Jeanne Pritchett||Jerry & Bessie Bartek|
Thank you for the transfers and thank you for photographing the headstone, it was great to find them on here. Take Care,
|Patty Kohlenbeck||RE: Bledsoe|
Love your dog picture by the way.
I've been building a massive tree from people that my father has matched via DNA. I've been working on the Bledsoe Family from Ben and bringing his descendants to the present. I've also been able to connect a Gammon family to the Bledsoe's via Hamilton and Lays families.
My father was born in Newark, NJ 15 April 1931. He's also somehow connected to his adoptive family. His adoptive family (maternal side is Irish)prior to living in NJ they hailed from Olyphant, PA
I haven't found anyone on that tree that ended up in NJ or PA in 1930.
|Patty Kohlenbeck||RE: Pleasant Bledsoe|
Long story but I'll keep it short. I'm trying to find my father's biological parents and through DNA testing found two matches have led me to a common ancestor which is Ben Bledsoe born 1745. Somewhere, somehow one of his descendants is probably my illusive grandparent.
|Mrs. Peterson||RE: Emma (Brahmstadt) Hollmann|
Her mother is Henrietta Fritz and I don't know where she is buried. Thanks for attaching her father memorial.
|Jack and Ruth Gravance||RE: Carrie Belle Henrich|
I linked Raymond and Carrie Cunningham, and added a photo of the granite marker identifying the section of the cemetery in which they reside.
I am not related to them, may I transfer them to you?
|Peggy Lamb Swafford||RE: john Chafin...|
father-in-law of maternal grandfather of husband of grand aunt. This is how we are related. The Chafin/Chaffen are in our tree. I am sorry I did not get back to you sooner. Are they in find a grave? When I searched for them, they did not come up. The spelling might be different....Peggy
|WMF - Karl & Lisa Wittstruck||Wittstruck Family|
Would you mind transferring these memorials to me? I am trying to gather the family as I hope to pass on this information to the next generation.
Find A Grave Memorial:
# 51021495 (Grandmother), # 51526903 (Great Uncle), # 51021531 (Nephew), # 51021468 (Grandfather)
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