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Hi, my name is Penny Graham McCauley. My ancestors first came to Grant County, New Mexico in 1870 from Scotland and Ireland. I was born in Deming, New Mexico. I live on a ranch with my husband and kids in Grant County. I love researching both my family's and my husband's family's histories in Luna, Grant and Sierra counties. Our kinfolk include Phillips/Graham/Kenney, Dugan/Inglis/Crawford, Kirkley/Thorton/Gordon, Morton/McCauley/Brown, Riggs/Fishback/Stark, Jones/Carr/Winn. I am a photographer, who enjoys digitally restoring old photos and making family albums.|
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|Jim Curtis||Foster Frank Gordon|
Hello Penny: I just transferred the management of Foster Frank Gordon to you. Received another email today from you uncle. If you need any help here in Indiana just let me know.
|stone☨seeker||RE: Memorial transfer|
please go to edit of that memorial for a transfer its too hard to do that using the comment section thank you.
|Susie Strand Huckabee||Hello|
|Carol Warner||RE: Eliza Graham|
Penny, sorry I could find nothing for Abel. There does not appear to have ever been anything else on the sides of Eliza's stone & I found no other. Of course that does not mean he is not there :) Carol
|linda KESTER-edgar||RE: Georgetown Cemetery|
Thank you in advance for your time and work in getting this headstone, of my family. I believe Joseph Silvester KESTER, is the only Kester buried in this cemetery. If you find any headstones marked KESTER, I would like photos, of the headstones. Again Thank you, Linda
|Irene Keiper Alexander||RE: Edward Weare Photo|
Penny, if you find the mention in the paper, please send! I found in military enlistment records on Ancestry.com that Edward died from pulmonary tuberculosis. That is where I found the place of death as being Deming also. And I did notice a number of others listed with the same cause of death. I will go back and look at those records more carefully. In 1900, I believe he was in a military hospital in California. Don't know the reason, but could have been the tuberculosis. I do not yet know if he was discharged from the army before his death - the date on the enlistment record did not make sense. I would imagine that those with tuberculosis might have been sent to Fort Bayard hospital for treatment of their illness - perhaps they specialized in that or the climate was thought to help? But he could have just gone to Deming for some reason and died there. I too love a good mystery, so I will be waiting to see if you come up with anything! Thanks again.
|Irene Keiper Alexander||Edward Weare Photo|
Thank you for quick response in posting a picture of the tombstone for Edward Weare in Fort Bayard National Cemetery. We are linking the entire family on Find A Grave and this helps make our project more complete!
Irene Keiper Alexander
|Jewell ||RE: Carrol Porter|
Thanks for your kindness.
Added by Jewell on Aug 31, 2012 11:28 AM
|Jewell ||Carrol Porter|
Hi Penny, thanks so much for the picture of Carrol's grave. Your volunteer work is appreciated. Do you allow others to post the headstone photos on on-line family trees?
Added by Jewell on Aug 31, 2012 8:17 AM
Thank you very much for taking the time out of a busy day and getting the beautiful pictures of the Saulsberry's. It is greatly appreciated!
Added by Rundowns on Aug 31, 2012 3:12 AM
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