|PCarnie||Gladys Smith Carnie Esola|
Thank you so much for making the memorial for my Grandaunt, Gladys Smith Carnie Esola. She is missed and appreciated for all she did to bless her extended family. Thank you again for all you did to honor her memory. Your kindness is appreciated more than I can say.
Added by PCarnie on Nov 13, 2013 9:01 PM
|Richard Falzini||Can you please transfer Orlando Lesti|
Hello I wanted to ask if you would kindly transfer the following site as it is my cousin
Orlando Lesti #96564426
|David Forcade||Hartzel Waymire|
Thank you for your speedy work to add the links for Hartzel's parents!
Her middle name was Anderson, which was her mother's maiden name.
I did not have Marie's maiden name on the memorial so appreciate your letting me know it was Hacker.
Added by Goldrush on Jul 07, 2013 10:44 AM
|Linda and William S.||RE: Barbara and John Liffring|
Marie Liffring (I believe John's mother) was not listed in St. Ann's Index but is still believed to be there and we know this one man will let us know when he views over death records.
Thank you so much for the transfer! I really appreciate it.
|Veronica Jordan||Paredes in St. Patrick's Cemetery|
Thank you so much for adding these memorials for this family. I am a distant relative - the family originally worked at the New Almaden mine before going to Copperopolis and then to Amador County. I have a lot more information on them.
If you aren't related, would you be willing to turn over management to me? If not, I will send you their more complete birth and death dates and places and links to their parents.
I so appreciate the work you've done and the time you took to do it.
|Denise Adams||Georrge W. King Stone|
Thank you so much for posting the gravesite of George W. King from the Sutter Creek Cemetery (died in 1876). I have looked for the proper death date for this man (my g-g grandfather) for a couple of years now, and every transcription of this stone has quoted him as having been 15 years old at time of death. (Inscription on stone mentions wife and children). He was 45. This clarifies everything for me; and it brings me closer to my heritage. He was a mining engineer and a 49er. Thank you again!
Thank you so much for the Morris photos. Your kindness is appreciated. -Lori
|orleans||re: elizabeth brewer|
thank you so much for the great picture. i really appreciate the time and effort you took to get the photo and post it here. :)
Added by orleans on Feb 01, 2013 10:47 PM
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