My family history is primarily centered in the San Francisco Bay, California area. My ancestors migrated to California from Michigan (Kent & Muskegon Counties), and Kentucky (Washington, Mercer, Lincoln Counties), with earlier stops in Virginia (Amherst & Albemarle County).
Emma Williams Hi Through the Ancestry website I came across the photo of the grave with Emma's name.She is my great great grandmother.She left Cornwall in 1867 with two daughters to join her eldest, who was married to Robert Kendall, in Michigan and her surviving son Alfred.She left one daughter behind in Cornwall,my great grandmother,also Emma.I have afew letters sent from Michigan and one from Grass Valley which describes the journey from Michigan. Are we related ? I'm visiting California late April-it would be good to hear from you. Alfred left a young family in Cornwall and he was my great great grandfather-my grand parents were 2nd cousins. regards Michael Williams my email is email@example.com
Antone Herzo Thank you so much for putting the obit on the above site. I've been looking for his death date for a couple of years knowing it was in the 1890's but no proof of when. This obit answered so many questions. I do wish someone could remove the comment about he married the daughter of 104866850. That was his son, also named Antone P Herzo.
james lynch My grandfather was James A Lynch, son of John and Margaret. He died in 1962 in Chicago. He and my grandfather had one child, my father, James E Lynch.
As a girl, I knew Aunt Lucy, Aunt Marguerite and Aunt Edna. As a young woman I came to know Aunt Florence.
As a small girl, I was close to the Donahue family as Pat and my father were close cousins. Over the years I had some contact with the Lipperts, including hosting their son, my cousin removed, for Thanksgiving when he was a student at Northwestern University. My husband was a professor there at the time.
RE: Barry Family at Holy Cross, Colma, CA My Goodness Sabrina, thank you so much! I really appreciate you posting the photos to the other memorials and for also including the extra info. You really went over and above and I appreciate it. You're the best! Thanks for all your great work on this site :) Peggy