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Graveyards are my therapy, my Happy place! ;-)
Graveyards are full of history, of interesting (often forgotten)people we may have never had the chance to meet.
Please visit the Find a Grave Virtual Cemetery of the Good Templars Orphan's home(it was located in Vallejo, Solano co, Calif.) and leave these forgotten children some flower or maybe a kind word...remember most died without family by their side, except maybe a brother or sister.
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|The Genealogy Genie||RE: Joseph Martins|
Thanks for the offer, Andrea, but there's no need to photograph the general area where Joseph Martins is buried. I did that for her a while back. It was very kind of you to offer though.
|The Genealogy Genie||RE: Joseph Martins|
No unfortunately she doesn't know the plot number. Supposedly Joseph Martins is buried just inside on the right of the entrance. If you ever find the plot number, could you let me know? Thanks so much. :-)
|The Genealogy Genie||Bornecke & A Question|
No problem on the date. Apparently, I did the exact same thing!
P.S. In your research at Carquinez Cemetery, have you come across any mention of a burial for one Mr. Joseph Martins? I know someone who is related to him. It would be so nice to take a picture of the plot where he is buried. I don't think there is a gravestone for him.
|The Genealogy Genie||Bornecke|
Just thought I'd let you know that I linked Carrie to her parents, Julius and Phebe FRISBIE.
Have a good evening,
|The Genealogy Genie||RE: Carrie E. Bornecke|
Okay, I follow you now. The first message said 1819. I have now changed the date to 1918. Thanks so much for letting me know.
|The Genealogy Genie||Carrie E. Bornecke|
I got your note regarding Carrie Bornecke. I'm a little confused though. I checked the tribute and it does list that she died in 1918, not 1819.
Thanks, I got it. Sorry, I've been so in and out during this transfer. My mother passed away last Wednesday (Find A Grave Memorial# 119874130). Her funeral was today. Normally I wouldn't follow up on the wife of a grand uncle, but Uncle Arthur and Aunt Cecilia were so special to my father, I wanted to follow up on her family
Added by Dennisp on Nov 06, 2013 8:09 PM
Thanks for the transfers. Arthur and Cecily lived in Oakland. They picked the cemetery in Benicia because they liked the view according to my folks.
They never had any children. Arthur was really close to his brother Henry who was my fathers father. Arthur spent a lot of time with my father and his siblings when they were growing up. I only remember Cecily once she was in bed at home just before she died. I have two or three remembrances of Uncle Arthur.
My folks knew John Bulger and said he was a 'free spirit' I'm assuming Ms. Berg was his girl friend, but I have nothing to base it on.
I wonder who ordered that headstone?
Added by Dennisp on Nov 04, 2013 8:47 PM
|jim mckinney||Nathaniel Baker Klink|
Born in 1823 in NY, he married Elizabeth Seymour on 06 September 1853 at the First Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, Albany, New York.
Together, Nathaniel and Elizabeth had 8 children:
Annie b. 1855 NY
Kate b. 1856 NY
Jennie b. 1861 Ca.
George b. 1863 Ca.
Carrie b. 1865 Ca.
Libbie b. 1867 Ca.
William b. 1870 Ca.
Ella b. 1873 Ca.
Nathaniel is enumerated in
1850 Princeton, Mercer Co., NJ
1855 E.D. Eastern, Ward 8, Albany, Albany, NY
1860 Sacramento, Ca. and Vallejo, Solano Co., Ca.
1871 156 Second St., San Francisco, Ca.
1882 636 Commercial St., San Francisco, Ca.
1884 Hueneme Precint, Ventura, Los Angeles Co., Ca.
1890 Bet Bancroft & Channing Ways, Alameda, Alameda Co., Ca.
No other records available online...
hope this helps.....jim
Can you please transfer Find A Grave Memorials# 111811846, 111811819. They were my grand aunt and uncle. I would also like 111811866 who was Cecily brother and 111811855 who no one in the family knows anything about, but at this time I think she was John's girl friend.
Added by Dennisp on Oct 16, 2013 2:51 PM
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