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I have been working on genealogy for a few years, as my mother got me started on it. She wanted a book written on her family and I managed to accomplish it prior to her death. Genealogy has become one of my favorite hobbies when I have the time.|
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|Brad Campbell||RE: Mabel V. Connor|
Well, we got lucky on this one. I am not much of a records-searching genealogist researcher type, but I did find Mabel V is buried in Evergreen. She is listed in the cemetery index as follows:
Connors, Mabel V. LOT 45 DIVISION 9 *BOOK 1/PAGE 195
The index I have collated about the *Sexton's book indicates she was buried between June 4 and September 13, 1901, which coincides with the dates you provided. I can go look at the book if you need an exact burial date. As you can see, her name is spelled with an s on the end, which, as you know, is a common mistake with names which may use multiple possible spellings.
There is no listing for a headstone for her, however, in the index of known headstones / inscriptions. The inscription index is quite useful, about 95% accurate, but does not always include every name which may be on a marker. I will take a look next time I am out there.
So, you have confirmation that Mabel V. is, indeed, buried in Evergreen. Her grave is in the same lot as Elizabeth, James E., Margaret and Mark.
John J., Blanche, Jean and John (?) are in an adjacent lot in the same division. (Division 9, Lot 47)
Glad to help,
|Rita Osborne||Memorial# 130485279|
Thank you very much for the information on Memorial# 130485279 I have done a lot of research on these brave soldiers that served in the 515 and 200th. Thank you again
|Joe Slawson||RE: William L. Alford and Mary Alford|
Sorry about a 2 year SLOW reply!!!!! I wish I could help you, I just posted these so folks could find them if they need them, I also do NOT mind transferring them if requested!! Sorry if I am NOT much help!!! Good luck on your search!!!
|Linda (Barnby) Hubbard||RE: Louise Good|
No, she didn't get to attend third grade at Sunshine, since we moved during her second grade year. Ike Kennedy married my mother-in-law, Ruby after my husband's dad died. She also worked at Farmers in the office before she went to work for the Luna County Road Dept. as their secretary. She was a Hodge. Her two sisters, Martha Janecka, Evelyn England and her brother Jesse Hodge are all buried in Deming.
|Wilma Drew||RE: Lucinda Goldman Hicks|
I looked at the memorial and your note to me - I am not sure what you are asking or suggesting? I will be happy to assist in any way I can, but you will need to let me know what you would like me to do.
|Sarah Murdock||Clarence & Nellie Stark|
I have removed the photo from Clarence & Nellie Stark's memorial. Also checked Elmer & Opheli's memorial to make sure I hadn'[t switched them. I am currently going through all the pictures (graves)in my computer. If I do not have a photo for Clarence & Nellie, I will go to the cemetery and take another one. Thank you for bringing that to my attention.
|Donald Ward||RE: 107455276 - Myrtle Hays|
Added photos. Transferred management. Enjoy. Please remove the note about the memorial being created by a Findagrave photo volunteer (both memorials).
Donald J. Ward
|Donald Ward||RE: 107455195 - Ralph S. Hays|
I have transferred the Hays memorial to you.
Donald J. Ward
|Barb S||RE: Dewitt Johnson|
Thanks for letting me know. I wonder what happened to Martha's husband?
Added by Barb S on Oct 23, 2013 3:29 PM
I was able to find and take photos for Frank R and Lottie A Peterman, Martha Johnson Peterman and a third for Burt. There was also a Dewitt C. Johnson grave between Frank and Lottie and Martha. I have also added a photo for him thinking he might be related to Martha.
sorry about the previous post. I hit enter in error.
Added by Barb S on Oct 22, 2013 5:12 PM
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