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Dan Rollins (#47595299)
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Bio Photo I am one of many 5th great-grandchildren of Captain Charles Jefferson Hunt and Celia Mounts through that of his son Marshall Hunt and Sarah Ann Runyon, son, Levi Marshall Hunt and wife Dorcas Helen Daley, daughter, Sarah Ann Hunt and husband Cyrus Oakley Tolman, son, Raymond Hunt Tolman and wife Florence Claire Davidson are just one pair of my grandparents.

I am very grateful for the help provided here at This great sacrifice has been a great blessing for my family and my wife's side of the family. I do not expect anyone to look for names out in the cold of winter. I am posting these requests in the hope that some day (even if its in years) that a photo of that headstone will be found and posted. I am one whom does not have a vehicle and am losing my ability to walk or sit. My back is fractured. Again, I thank you for your work! It has been a great and mighty blessing!
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Karen Bennett
Dan, worried about you. Please contact me. Have severla questions.

Added by Karen Bennett on May 10, 2014 11:03 PM
Amos Joseph Hawks f.a.g.# 60063296
I noticed you posted a photo (head shot) to the memorial of Amos Joseph Hawks.
That is actually the picture of his father, Amos Hawks, taken about the time Amos Joseph Hawks was born. Amos Joseph is seated next to his father in the group photo you have posted.
Added by JJ on Jan 16, 2014 12:04 PM
RE: William Clarence Kinghorn
Seems to be error in his record-
He was b. 1895, but you have father as Harvey William Wible (1924 - 1992).

Added by C.R.W. on Nov 25, 2013 5:55 AM
RE: Sarah Beesley & Joseph Stephens
You're welcome and I did not have to brave any bad weather. It has actually been very nice here in Utah for the past week or so. Besides, the Stephen's are inside the mausoleum where it's nice and dry and the climate is fairly constant all year.
Added by Ron on Nov 12, 2013 12:50 PM
RE: Thank you!
You are very welcome. Sounds like an interesting family line. I'm so glad I could be of help to you in your family research. Good luck in connecting to Cpt. Kidd. Chris
Added by macso on Oct 22, 2013 8:30 AM
Amy Barry
RE: Ringwood families
You are more than welcome. I am glad to have been of some small help.
Added by Amy Barry on Sep 15, 2013 7:32 PM
Jesse Smith
Hi, Thank you for the additional information on Jesse Smith. It has been added to his memorial.

Added by Penguin on Sep 12, 2013 1:03 PM
RE: Wiseman & Diffendaffer
You're welcome! I am glad that I can continue to help you out! I had come across Georgie M. Wiseman #115948536, as I was looking around, not sure if it is the daugter of Wisemans you may know of, but I just thought I would see!

Added by Victoria on Aug 23, 2013 5:55 PM
RE: Thomas Hunt
The book says Westernlore Press...2008...Ticson, Arizona
The complete title is the Mines, Camps, Ranches, and Characters of The Dragoon Mountains by Lynne R Bailey, but I have been unsuccessful finding it unless I search just The Dragoon Mountains. I picked mine up at the Chiricahua NM gift shop but Amazon carries it too. I loved the book, it is fully documented, but written in a reader friendly way vs just bullet points. It covers the history if Cochise first, then starts at one end of the mountains and works her way through covering the people that cut out a living either ranching or mining the area.
Added by JamiA on Aug 23, 2013 5:24 PM
RE: Margaret Culver Davidson Wiseman
You are welcome! :) glad that I could help you out!
Added by Victoria on May 22, 2013 11:50 PM
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