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GordonClan (#47642065)
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*my GORDON roots in California*

Amador County


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Susan Ricks Baker
RE: Nettie's Grave
Dear Fred,

You are certainly welcome. I think those of us that can share what we are lucky enough to have about our ancestors with others that are interested, helps us both.

Thanks again for the additional space you have supplied for more pictures by sponsoring Ruth and Nettie's sites.

Sincerely, Susan Baker
Added by Susan Ricks Baker on Oct 05, 2015 5:20 AM
Susan Ricks Baker
Nettie's Grave

Thanks for sponsoring the site. I am trying to find more pictures to include for you. I have found a couple that you will probably enjoy.

If you want a bigger picture of the gravestone by itself, I can do that if I run out of other pictures to include. Otherwise, I just have it on the genealogy page.

Sincerely, Susan
Added by Susan Ricks Baker on Jul 11, 2015 11:54 AM
Susan Ricks Baker
RE: Isaac F. Gingrich, Jr
Thanks for letting me know about the gravestone.

Susan Baker
Added by Susan Ricks Baker on Jul 11, 2015 11:53 AM
Susan Ricks Baker
RE: Thank you
I'm glad you're enjoying the new pictures. Thank you for making that possible. Susan
Added by Susan Ricks Baker on Nov 13, 2014 2:18 PM
Susan Ricks Baker
Thank you
Dear Gordon Clan,

I want you to know how much I appreciate your generosity and kindness in sponsoring Ruth's memorial. Now I will be able to add more pictures tomorrow which really pleases me.

I read on my news site the uplifting stories every week, and this is certainly one for me; something that happens that is positive and totally unexpected.

Thanks again. I hope you have a wonderful day.

Sincerely, Susan
Added by Susan Ricks Baker on Nov 11, 2014 3:33 PM
RE: Marion W. Bill Gordon
Dear Fred: I received your two messages today and will email your photographs within the next few days. Kind regards, Bridey Light
Added by BrideyLight on Jul 25, 2014 4:07 PM
Marion "Bill" Gordon and Heinrich "Henry" and Ella Pelk
Ahoy GordonClan! In anticipation of your wanting to have them there, I have already posted the photographs for you on your Dad's memorial. I have also posted the same photographs to Heinrich Wilhelm "Henry" Pelk and his wife Ella A. Pelk's memorials, as I see they are also your close family relatives. Please check your Edits tab again, as I have sent you transcription, plot and GPS edits for Henry and Ella.

If you go to your choice of any of the memorials I maintain, you can send me a Suggest A Correction from that memorial, stating it is from the Gordon Clan. That will go directly to my email inbox and you can submit your email address in that fashion to keep it from the public eyeballs on Find A Grave. I would be glad to send you the digital photographs I have taken of your Dad's final resting place. It was my pleasure to locate him and take the photographs for your family. You could honor my effort by sharing the photographs with your family as you deem appropriate, no credit necessary please.

By the way, there is a Gordon mystery which I am trying to help my friend Glenda solve; her father was Glenn Gordon Canaday, but she never got to meet him; he was of the Gordon Clan. Perhaps something on his memorial may ring a bell and you can help us? We would greatly appreciate any pointers you might be able to give us to locate Glenda's two brothers (and possibly more siblings?). You can read about Glenda's mystery on the memorial which I maintain for Glenn Gordon Canaday, # 125781055. My efforts for Glenda are what led me to discover your Dad. Once I saw he was a close relative of GeorgiaCA, I decided to find him and take some extra photographs for your family. Kind regards, Bridey Light
Added by BrideyLight on Jul 20, 2014 5:33 PM
Marion W. Bill Gordon
Dear Fred aka GordonClan: I went to Ocean View Cemetery's Mausoleum on July 7th and took some photographs of your Dad for you. Have also sent you edits for his plot, GPS location (GPS goes to the roof where he is, inside the Sanctuary of Peace), and transcription. Just in case anyone wishes to visit your Dad or Henry and Ella Pelk, they can definitely find them easily. If you don't wish to have any of the photographs posted, please let me know. Or, if you would like me to email the originals to you, please RSVP and they will be yours. Kind regards, Bridey Light, Humboldt County, CA
Added by BrideyLight on Jul 09, 2014 5:30 AM
I can't say positively, but I'm fairly certain that Pawling was buried in the City Cemetery. When I go to the cemetery, I have a small (8 1/2 x 11) map that shows the cemetery boundaries, as well as the paved city road on the western side. I got the map from Sherrie at the City of Jackson Office. The historical section does not have additional plot lines on the map, while the newer sections do. However, based on the overall boundary lines, it appears that Pawling was buried at the northern boundary line (meaning the burial to the north of Pawling is in St Patrick's).

I know this is confusing, but accurate burial records weren't kept for the historical section. And to make matters worse, burials weren't in nice neat rows!

However, the Amador County Cemetery Board's website indicates burial in Jackson City Cemetery, Since St Patrick's is still associated with St Patrick's Parish (now St. Katharine Drexel Catholic Parish), the researchers who compiled the list for the Amador County Cemetery Board would have consulted them for their records.

For now, I'd say someone would have to provide a more conclusive argument to claim he was buried in St Patrick's! ;)

Hope this helps, Sherrill
Added by sherjstone on Oct 14, 2012 1:56 PM
Timothy Hinckley
Actually, his grave was very close to the others. About 50 feet to the south of the Gordon family plots. Having the info about the historical section helped (tho' I would have figured that out from some of the dates). The Gordon Family Plots are the known boundary between the Jackson City and St Patrick's Catholic Cemeteries.

Will get out to Jackson this week to update the other two memorials.

Added by sherjstone on Oct 14, 2012 12:37 PM
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