|Francis McQuesten (#46822246)|
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Many of my postings are from visits to cemeteries and from newspaper obituaries.|
I regret errors about the lives of your loved ones. Please help me correct them by emailing me the name and information you would like to see edited.
Should you wish to have one of the memorials transferred to your care, please speak up.
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|Judith Kimball||Bio on Fanny Armetta Welch Holmes Burch|
I was interested in reading the material you wrote up for Fanny's entry in Find A Grave. I was wondering how you learned of Jasper Burch going to Wyoming. I knew she'd married again after Jonathan died, and could tell from the census reports that she did not live long with him, but have never been able to learn anything about him. Do you know if they were married in Nebraska or in California. Where he is from, etc. Are you related? I am Fanny and Jonathan's great-granddaughter and granddaughter of their daughter, Elsie Holmes Wells. Thanks so much. Judy Mathiasen Kimball
|Jdrhook||RE: Albert F. Geckle headstone|
Good morning & thanks for writing. Yes you may use the photo in any way that you wish. Have a great day.
Added by Jdrhook on Feb 10, 2014 4:27 AM
|Rick Weaver||RE: photo permission|
You're welcome! I'm happy to help.
|kickstand||RE: 36290111 Jonathan Horton|
Yes, lots of Hortons out here. I'd be glad to transfer any or all of them to you, just let me know.
|BJShields||RE: Tilghman Memorial Cemetery|
Okay, I think I have all the links finished. Thanks for the offer. Most of the Framptons seem to be distanly related to me by marriage - only a handful are closer.
|BJShields||RE: Tilghman Memorial Cemetery|
Sure, you can transfer them if you don't mind. If you do transfer them, then don't bother making the changes I sent - I'll just go ahead and add the links.
|BJShields||Tilghman Memorial Cemetery|
Francis, I am related to every person buried in Tilghman Memorial Cemetery (my mother, grandmother, g-parents, g-grandparents/aunts & uncles, etc.). Evidently the cemetery had another name years ago and I was listing memorials under the new name back when I was less knowledgeable about find-a-grave. At some point the cemeteries must have been murged under the newer cemetery name. Fortunately, as a result, while I was working on linking my family members up with each other, I noticed that several, or many of my memorials are duplicates of yours. Therefore, I am going to be working on putting my photos on your memorials and deleting my duplicates. I have a bunch of family links on the memorials I will be deleting, so I hope it's okay if I provide you with those links so you can add them to your memorials.
|Pat Carby||Robert Samuel Henkel|
Robert Samuel Henkel (your memorial #13254388) is my great uncle and he died on 14 January 2006 in Spring Valley, San Diego Co., California. Would you consider transferring him over to me so that I can connect him with his parents and other family members? I would appreciate it very much. Thank you for setting up his memorial.
|Lorraine Clayton||Thank You|
Thank you for the work you did in Tilghman United Methodist Church cemetery. Many of those were my ancestors. I appreciate your efforts!
|Jerry Huffman||Gilbert Sebastian Paipa|
GILBERT SABASTIAN PAIPA: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
San Diego Union-Tribune, The (CA) - February 2, 2006
Deceased Name: GILBERT SABASTIAN PAIPA
June 30, 1941-Jan. 28, 2006
Gilbert Sabastian Paipa, 64, of Warner Springs died Saturday. He was born on the Inaja Indian Reservation and worked in golf maintenance at Warner Springs Ranch.
He was a member of the Inaja Cosmit Band of Mission Indians.
Survivors include his stepdaughters, Patricia Sexton and Elizabeth Ragsdale of Escondido and Josephine Royer of Yucca Valley; stepsons, Howard Maxcy Sr. and Donald and Brian Beresford, all of the Mesa Grande Indian Reservation; many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.
Viewing: 6 to 8 p.m. today, with rosary at 7 p.m. tomorrow, Alhiser-Comer Mortuary, 225 S. Broadway, Escondido.
Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, graveside, Inaja Indian Cemetery.
Page: B-7:E,C B-5:R B-9:S
Copyright (c) 2006 Union Tribune Publishing Co.
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