|Rose Hare (#47468862)|
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Ancestor hunting is so exciting! but once in awhile you hit a block wall- I am searching for the following people, my great grandmother Salome Francisca de la Trinidad Tarin Gomez. Francisca born 1849 is the daughter of Jose Vicente del Carmel Nazario Tarin and Concepcion Ruiz y Cervantes. Francisca married Presiliano Gomez on 16 Feb 1868 in Bexar County, Texas. |
My great grandfather Juan Rivas born abt.1835, married Micaela Garza.
William Henry Hare born abt. 1870, married Carrie Carson of Missouri.
As a child I was always interested in anthropology and history. When my youngest child entered high school I decided to go back to school. I graduated from California State University Los Angeles with a Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Studies and a minor in Anthropology.
I enjoyed my working years but now that I am retired I enjoy the free time for leisure, travel, grandchildren and of course genealogical research! I occasionally take photos for others as a way to thank those that have been kind enough to have taken them for me.
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|Debra Jahn||James Henry Smith Grave Photo|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to find this grave and photograph it. It is deeply appreciated.
|William Johnson||RE: Casanova request|
No problem. There was a Casanova grave next to a Juan Estrada Casanova, but I couldn't read anything more than the last name.
|Joy Richardson||RE: Moreno Photos|
You are very welcome.
Thank you so much for the transfer.
I just assumed he was near his wife; I'll change to burial unknown. Thanks for letting me know.
Added by Clyde on May 03, 2013 7:23 AM
|Margi||RE: Holy Sepulcher|
You are most welcome. I'm glad I was able to help.
Added by Margi on Apr 17, 2013 9:15 PM
|Nancy Agnew Peché||RE: Esparza Cemetery|
I know it's confusing, I was also looking for my husband's great great grandmother in the Rodriquez Cemetery but if you look at the picture of the cemetery on the main page, it wrought iron above the gates call it the Esparza Cemetery. I had found back in the 1990's a copy of some of the burials at the cemetery at the DRT Library and they called it
Rodriguez-Esparza Cemetery, Atascosa County, Texas.
|Maria Russell||Re: Esparza cemetery linking|
Rose, done the linking.
|Grellis||Rivas photos, Lansing MI|
We took Angelita's photo today and also a photo of the grave of Alfredo B. Rivas, Sr., (1900-1975)
Added by Grellis on Mar 31, 2013 1:49 PM
|Daphne Trevino||RE: Vidal photo|
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