|John Winning (#31049954)|
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In February 2008, my son invited me to join his Geni Family Tree which sparked my interest in the family histories for myself and that of my wife. Since then, I have researched birth, death, and census records (Winning, Hudelson, Wilbur, Howell, Jolly, Dye, Oates, Hibbert, Poage, Clark and Krigbaum families) which have given me a wealth of information. I have walked cemeteries in and around California and Nevada as well as visited local museums which gave me some interesting family history. In May 2009, my wife and I took a road trip through several midwest states to walk some cemeteries as well as visit some family. While I am new to being a genealogy sleuth, it has become quite a hobby and I find it's like putting pieces of a puzzle together and oh so fun!|
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|Joy||RE: The Lear's|
You are very welcome. It was my pleasure.
Added by Joy on Nov 29, 2013 12:09 AM
|Pat Kiser||Arminta Wilbur #27144620|
I added obituary for her
|eileencw||Memorial# 103414425 Sarah Sorenson|
Do you mind if I put the picture that you took of Sarah Johnson Sorenson's stone and her husband, Chris', Stone on my Ancestry.com family tree. Thanks.
Added by eileencw on Oct 20, 2013 7:25 PM
|Dennisp||RE: Julia Camp|
They have reset a lot of stones for me and as far as I'm aware they haven't charged anyone. It's a great cemetery to work with.
They will take a spade, pick up the stone, put a couple inches of dirt under it and put the stone back down. It takes them five to ten minutes.
I went to the location in Find A Grave and couldn't find a stone I went to the office to verify their was no stone and Dave said the records show there is a stone and said let's go and see if we can find it. He hit it on his first probe and then uncovered it
Did I mention Woodland is the worlds best cemetery to work with.
Added by Dennisp on Oct 13, 2013 10:08 PM
|Lois Jensen||RE: Crook's Photo|
I did not but the next time I up there I will look for it and submit.
When I was at Sac Memorial I came across Ardis W Parsons grave. She is buried next to Arline Parsons and is the first wife of Hamer.
I transferred management to you because I like family to stay with family. Hope you don't mind.
Added by MaryK4d4 on Aug 27, 2013 8:49 PM
|Claire||RE: Orr's Photos|
Hi! You're welcome! I noticed on your Bio that one of the names on your research is Dye. I photographed a father and son Lewis M. Dye at Angelus Rosedale Cemetery. I thought it might be of interest to you.
Added by Claire on Aug 23, 2013 1:16 PM
|C. Bryan||RE: Steenbock's Photo|
You're more than welcome. He's in a quiet and pretty area. cb
Added by C. Bryan on Aug 14, 2013 4:08 PM
|Wendy McIntosh||Mae Elizabeth Fisher Sanford|
I think it might be easier to answer your question about Mae Fisher by putting her marriage to Thomas Sanford in chronological order:
Thomas Hendrick Sanford marriages
married Maud Edna (Bowen) Krause in 1910
They had one son
Thomas Sanford born 1914
married Mae Elizabeth (Fisher) in 1919
They had one daughter
Anna Mae Sanford born 1921.
(I found Anna Mae living with her grandparents in 1930 and 1940. I believe she married twice. Once to Joseph Chaney and someone by the name of MaCaden or MacCaden.
married Adeline Dixon in 1922
They had three children
Robert Sanford b 1922
William Sanford b 1927
Betty Jean Sanford b 1930
|Ellece||RE: Leavell's Updates|
Thank you for the Leavell updates. I am working on this ancestry for my sister-in-law.
Added by Ellece on Jul 18, 2013 12:43 PM
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