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Ross, NM (#47580828)
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5/26/17
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Linda (Crago) Stahl
Magdalena Cemetery
Ross, thank you so much for the very nice photographs you added to my Chamberlin family graves at the cemetery. We were there several years ago so I especially liked the one with the mountain in the background. So nice. Thank you again very much. Linda Stahl, Harrisburg, PA
Added by Linda (Crago) Stahl on Oct 02, 2017 4:50 AM
Ronni Croft
RE: CHarles M Dudley
I have not listed any memorial for him as just found your listing.
Added by Ronni Croft on Jul 26, 2017 6:24 PM
Ronni Croft
CHarles M Dudley
Ross, do you have any family connection to Charles M. Dudley? you list his headstone, he is my gg uncle and I am wanting to find his widow and two children.
Added by Ronni Croft on Jul 26, 2017 4:55 PM
C Z
Apolonia Gonzáles Padilla
Thank you for the transfer of Apolonia Gonzáles Padilla's memorial.
Added by C Z on Jun 21, 2017 9:28 PM
Stanley Lucero
La Mision de San Lorenzo de Picuris
I have several books of the baptism, marriage, and death records for the Picuris Mission that you might be interested in;

New Mexico Mision de San Lorenzo de Picuriis Deaths 1728-1961 by Betty Pacheco

Index of Baptisms for New Mexico Mission de San Lorenzo de Picuris Baptisms 1750-1867 compiled by Hugh M Bivens - The Genealogy Club of Albuquerque

New Mexico Mision de San Lorenzo de Picuris Baptisms 1844-1867 by Betty Sanchez Pacheco

New Mexico Mision de San Lorenzo de Picuris Baptisms 1750-1844 by Betty Pacheco

New Mexico Mision de San Lorenzo de Picuris Marriages 1726-1837 by Betty Pacheco

The nearest Catholic church during this time period was in Santa Cruz de la Canada between Chimayo and Espanola. These are the records of the people who lived in, or near, the Penasco Valley and Picuris Pueblo from 1726 to 1867.
Added by Stanley Lucero on Jun 15, 2017 8:28 AM
Stanley Lucero
Quintana Family Cemetery
The Quintana Family Cemetery is in Llano de San Juan, Taos, New Mexico. The Picuris or San Lorenzo cemetery is in the Picuris Pueblo, Taos, New Mexico.
My Quintana relatives and ancestors are buried in the Quintana cemetery. My uncle Jose Esteban Quintana and my aunt Maria Bersabe Fresquez [Quintana] donated land to build a Mormon church in Llano. The Quintana cemetery is next to the old Mormon church where Jose Estaban and Maria Bersabe are buried.
Added by Stanley Lucero on Jun 15, 2017 8:11 AM
Dan
RE: 3155484
sorry # 83155484
Added by Dan on Mar 26, 2017 6:21 PM
Dan
find a grave 3155484
It appears that the Person listed as Josefita A Montoya is not on the right Family page. The Josefita Montoya appears to be her maiden name not her birth name. There was A Josefita Montoya who was born to this family but died at a very young age. Any info may help us clarify..V/R Dan
Added by Dan on Mar 26, 2017 3:05 PM
Scott Black
Joseph Courtney
Ross, thank you for your work on find a grave. I transferred the memorial of Joseph Courtney back to you as I do not wish to maintain. I am not related, just provided information. Thank you.
Added by Scott Black on Jan 21, 2017 6:51 AM
Bryan Anderson
RE: Eduardo Gonzales
Thank you!

Bryan
Added by Bryan Anderson on Dec 15, 2016 8:41 AM
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