|Tricia Hutchinson (#47153939)|
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We live at the base of Jerome, a once lively mining town heavily connected to Jenny Jerome and Sen James "Rawhide" Douglas. We also live right behind the Jerome cemtery which was dedicated by Wilson during the Spanish flu epidemic... lots of stuff here if you have family that came to the wild west. A lot of the grave yards are rapidly being overrun with mesquite and misguided efforts to 'upgrade." Many headstones are just slabs of flagstone. But I am willing to try,|
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|nancy robison||Abby Permelia|
Thank you for moving your flowers!!
|Pamela Hughes Herndon||RE: Loughmiller|
He is my second great grandfather. Would you be willing to transfer him to me? Thank you for all of your contributions to Find A Grave.
|nancy robison||Thompson Sherman|
Looks great!! Thanks
|nancy robison||Eleanor F Wilson|
Cousin "Sally" will be thrilled, as that was her photo, but she couldn't connect it. See, I am not the only hopeless one.
Thank you Tricia!
|Charles Field||John Field 1616-1686|
Tricia, A group of us are trying to prove/disprove whether John's grandson, Daniel Field, born 7 Aug 1690 in Providence is the father of my 4th great grandfather, George Field. John's son, Zachariah, was the father of Daniel. To do this we are comparing Y-chromosome DNA. The testing of George's descendants has gone well, but we can't seem to find male descendants of John to have tested. If you know of any male descendants of John who still carry the Field surname, please let me know. Charles Field
|nancy robison||RE: Leaders|
The more the better! LOL.
What? Am I not at least appreciative?
Gee, Thank you so very much for adding the photos for me. I really appreciate it so much......
|Sharla||Brenda Joyce Shirley|
Thank you very much for the picture for Brenda's memorial.
Added by Sharla on Dec 23, 2012 6:36 PM
|Sharla||Guadalupe "Lupe" P. Macias|
Thank you so much for the photo for Guadalupe's memorial. Since she died in 2007 I was really hoping she had a permanent marker by now.
Added by Sharla on Dec 23, 2012 6:17 PM
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