|William G. Howell (#46888250)|
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After almost 32 years of law enforcement experience then retirement into the peace and solitude of the Rocky Mountians of Colorado. I have decided to embark on a quest to find out the origins of both my maternal and paternal families. This quest has taken me througout the Confederate States of America with paternal family members serving with the 33rd Mississippi Infantry (Leake Rebels)and to the Boarder Lands of Texas and Mexico with maternal family members serving either with the armies of Poncho Villa or fighting against him. Along the way I have located long lost relatives and brought families back together. I have also gathered up information and taken photographs that I hope will help others in their search. |
Parents; William B. Howell, Shafter, TX & Virginia M. Molina, Los Angeles, CA
GParents; William B. Howell, Sr., Liberty Chapel, MS & Blasa Ortega,Presido, TX, Encarnacio Molina, Mexico & Lola Dolores Manriquez, Mexico. Paternal GGParents, William S. Howell, & Martha A. "Mattie" Wasson, Liberty Chapel, MS.
Surnames; Howell Familes of MS, TX & CA, Juarez Family of TX, Molina Family of CA, Arnold,Blocher & Dubard Familes of Houston, Tx and San Diego, CA; Brooks Family of Arizona; Schwartz Family
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|Reba Alsup||Robert Ernest alsup|
I am sorry, but this is the obit of his father, so disregard this. Reba
|Reba Alsup||RE: Robert E. Alsup|
His wife's obit said he died in Estes Park, Colorado.
|Reba Alsup||Robert Ernest Alsup|
I believe when the obit was written they may have planned a burial in Kansas and changes their mind. His wife is buried in Colorado too. See her findagrave. This is a puzzle as there is a tombstone in Kansas too
Wife Margaret Mary (Slattery) Alsup
|Reba Alsup||Robert ernest alsup|
OBITUARY OF ROBERT E. ALSUP
Funeral services for Robert E. Alsup, 65, 613 Arizona St. SE, will he held in the Palm Chapel of the Strong-Thorne Mortuary. Mr. Alsup died in a hospital here Sunday, June 27, 1954. He was born in Kopperl, Texas, a son of William Jefferson Alsup and Elsie W. Rasberry. He came to Albuquerque from Hobbs about 15 years ago and was in the grocery business until his retirement last year. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge at Hobbs, the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the Christ Methodist Church in Albuquerque. Survivors include his wife, Erna (Schuhman) Alsup, two sons, Robert Alsup, St. Francis, KS, and Rea Alsup, Albuquerque; two daughters, Mrs. J. G. (Helen) Schotsch, Pittsburg, PA, and Miss Beth Alsup, Muleshoe, TX. two sisters, Mrs. C. R. (Molly) Waddell, Kopperl, TX, and Miss Erna Alsup, Cleburne, TX; and five grandchildren. The Rev. Paul Morrell will officiate at services, burial will be at Fairview Park Cemetery. Pallbearers will be H. E. Fincke, Dan Huffman, Paul Culver, John Coburn, Lionel O'Neal and Leroy Hait.
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|Ricky Uht||RE: Lyons Cemetery|
Thanks William for the status of the cemetery. Thanks for all your volunteer work.
Thank you for the information. Family buried there are Bevill from my paternal grandmother's Blincoe line. I followed flooding and aftermath on the news and Internet. Know it was terrible for the entire community. That area is a pretty place. Didn't know at the time I had family buried there. Traveled to Estes Park through the Big Thompson Canyon some 44 years ago with grandparents when I was about 6 years old and fell in love with the area. Stayed at 7 Pines in a tiny log cabin on the river's edge. Had an aunt working as head housekeeper at the Stanley Hotel and uncle was the grounds keeper. Then was stationed at the Air Force Academy Hospital from 1977-1982 and had the opportunity to visit the canyon and Estes Park several times. My son graduated from Univ. of Colo. - Colorado Springs Campus in 2009 and works for Lockheed Martin Space Systems at Deer Creek Facility in canyon west of Littleton. I had the opportunity to go through the Big Thompson Canyon in April of 2011 and have lunch in Estes Park and drive past the Stanley. We hiked a trail in Rocky Mountain Nat'l Park for about 2 1/2 hours in 60 degrees and sunshine following 13 inches of snow the day before. Perfect day, great hike. Started out with a dusting of snow on trail and turned around and exited back out when we got to about knee-deep snow. Loved the weather there. Was saddened when the region received the devastating floods last year. And, the fires in the Springs area last summer and the year before, Waldo Canyon and Black Forest fires. But know that is the nature of the area and with the great people and communities, you always find ways to recover. Just wanted to share my love and experience in the area. I hope the mothers in your family have a special Mother's Day and for those mothers that have gone, draw from all the memories as they will see you through the day.
|Ricky Uht||Lyons Cemetery|
Just found family in Lyons Cemetery, in Lyons, CO. Do you know if cemetery, monuments, and graves were damaged by last year's flood?
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