|Lynn Geyer (#47820601)|
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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|
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.
|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.
|Beth Richards||RE: Futrell|
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).
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.
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