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Lynn Geyer (#47820601)
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Bio Photo Here I am enjoying Mother's Day flowers from my kids. They are beautiful (the kids and the flowers)!

Genealogy is the greatest. Celebrating family, helping someone locate information about their family, and finding out about my own relatives through genealogical history is a joy. Ancestry.com rocks!
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Terry Whitney
RE: Helena Otero
Dear Lynn,

Thank you so much. Helena Otero was my great-great grandmother. She was only 24 when she died leaving behind my two year old great-grandmother, Brigida Otero who was supposed to have inherited the Otero Ranch land grant in Tubac, Arizona where my grandfather was born.

I am very interested in hearing the story about the graveyard where she was buried.

Thanks again,
Terry
Added by Terry Whitney on Jul 16, 2012 12:25 AM
Renee Hughes
RE: Maria Armenta
Thank you for doing the search, I know Tucson is a hot place this time of the year, I'm from there and now live in Northern Ut.
Renee
Added by Renee Hughes on Jul 13, 2012 3:43 PM
Beth Richards
RE: Futrell
Lynn,

Your last message left me thinking I had not explained my project very well. Check out the description at theyrememberarizona.blogspot.com

Ethel Futrell's info will be posted this next Monday morning (if I have it scheduled right).

Beth
Added by Beth Richards on Jun 09, 2012 6:55 PM
Beth Richards
Futrell
Lynn,

Seeing the Futrell request must have been quite a surprise. Thank you for the touching note. They were friends of my grandparents and I'm sure I met them, although I don't remember them. Mrs Futrell is part of my Arizona memories project, which involves 10 senior citizens who were interviewed by a UA student in 1989. If I may, I'd like to add your thoughts to the file I have on her.

Beth
Added by Beth Richards on Jun 03, 2012 7:28 PM
 

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