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I am recently retired and moved to Arizona from upstate New York. I enjoy doing family genealogy. Some of the families I am researching on my parents side are Pico and Gracia. I am also researching Trombley, Snay, Johnston Leggett, Carrigan, Stubbs, Bishop and Padur on my in-laws side. In loving memory of my Persian cat Maya 1994-2011.|
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I'm a great grandchild of Gavina gracia Sotelo sister of Guadelupe. I plan to upload pics of grave sites to add to the work you've already done which has been helpful to me and much appreciated!
Added by Abraham on Dec 06, 2013 12:30 PM
|Judy H||Joseph and Emma Klock / Klick|
I have some articles and information from the library. If you can contact me via email, I could explain. Thanks
Added by Judy H on Apr 28, 2013 8:27 AM
|Lori Manning - Grossman||Aonia Sophia Matilda Trombley - Mehan|
Aonia was my second Great Grandmother. Her daughter Lereine Mehan - Hamil my Great Grandmother. Her Granddaughter Violet Hamil - Manning my Grandmother. Would you be able to update her name from Ionia to Aonia. Aonia is a family name and has been passed down through the generations.
Many Thanks for all your work.
Lori Manning - Grossman
|In Memory||RE: Re Padurs of Maine|
You are very welcome..
Always glad to help!!!!!!!!
|Tami||RE: VIctoria Alard Snay grave photo|
You are so very welcome! I am glad to be of help. I did look up and make a copy of her death record. Would you like me to send that to you? (no charge of course!)
I also have a few pictures taken of Victoria's marker, of different views. Am willing to send you pics via email too. Just let me know, and they are yours.
Added by Tami on May 20, 2012 9:39 AM
|Kimberly Johnson||Leon Snay|
I have his obituary and what might be other stories of Leon Snay. Did he pass away in 1904 in Michigan? It says he was an early settler coming to the area in about 1834.
|Janet Taylor||Leon Snay|
My husband and I looked and looked for his headstone one day but we could not find it. I think this was kind of strange because I think he could have been a captain in his day. I called the cemetery and it is in the old section and of course they could not tell you if there is a headstone or not. If its there it could be grown over. He is the husband of my 2nd great grand aunt. His brother was married to my grgrgrgrandmother, Margaret Marsac.
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