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Born Aug. 18, 1952 in Fresno, CA. Lived in or around Fresno all my life. Valedictorian of my Central Union High School class of 1970. Graduated from Calif. State University, Fresno, summa cum laude, with honors, & a degree in economics. Married Dec. 18, 1976. Used to be a pretty good bowler until back trouble forced me to quit. Avid genealogist & cat lover. Besides genealogy, my hobbies are reading, solving puzzles, playing games on my computer, sewing, crocheting, & other kinds of needlework. Currently working on transcribing cemeteries in Fresno & volunteer work in genealogy.|
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|Linda ||Aunt E.|
On the page for John P. Harrison and family, is it possible for you to show me the birth and death date on the stone plate for the person called Aunt E.?
Added by Linda on Jul 17, 2017 10:07 AM
Nancy, Looks like you have been busy with finding a few of the Harrison's. Thank you for sending info on this family. Hope you can sort the rest to find John P. Harrison.
As to message with info on Ancestry tree---I am Hoover, not Hunter.
Thank you for doing so much research for me. Always exciting to receive more information.
Added by Linda on Jul 12, 2017 10:47 AM
|Susan Lowen||Photos of James and Scharlotte Taylor|
Thank you so much. This is the first time I have requested photos and am so pleased at how quickly this was accomplished.
James and 'Lottie' are my Mom's paternal grandparents. Mom is 88 and time is more precious now. She started our genealogy journey for her ancestors probably 30 years ago and she will enjoy seeing this. Thank you for making it possible to share this with Mom.
Our stumbling block is James Edwards father William A Taylor's parentage. I have attached him to Uriah Morris Taylor of Garrard County, Kentucky as a friend found this for us but have no absolute proof this is true. So I keep trying to unravel this mystery.
I see you love cats. We do as well. My batch were saved from the woods where someone dumped the original six tiny babies. I had found three homes but two were returned as I put a 'claws' in their re-homing that they were to be fixed and the folks did not do this and had been instructed to give them back if they could not take care of them. So I raised the five and lost one a year ago with heart problems. They have been a joy and comfort to me for 14 years.
Again, I am grateful for your effort to get these photos which help complete the Find A Grave memorials beautifully. Sincerely, Susan.
|Lester Letson||RE: Harrison photos|
Thanks, I figured you would, and if you can find me Imogene Harrison's location information, I will add that to her plot information. I don't know why I would have taken a picture of Imogene's marker and not the ones around her, but it's not the first time.
|Lester Letson||RE: Re: Jesse Borrego photo|
Yes, he went by Jesse, my sister's ex-husband, I added Jesse as the nickname and moved the headstone picture up
|Linda ||RE: Harrison requests|
Thank you Nancy. I saw your message this morning. Thanks so much for wanting to help. I greatly appreciate it. Look forward to hearing back from you.
Added by Linda on Jul 08, 2017 2:48 PM
|Jeff Record||Oscar and Lottie Rice|
So many thanks for these pictures!!!!
|Rose Franz-Gondek||Henry Franz|
Thank you very much for taking a photo of his headstone. Henry Franz was my grandfather's brother on my dad's side. I really appreciate the gift you have given me. Happy Independence Day beautiful stranger.
|Thomas L. Harman||Bodwell|
Thank you so much for taking the time to fill my requests for Jennie, as well as her husband Samuel Bodwell.
I had hoped the tombstone would verify my research in that she was actually born in 1873, but I see it lists her as being born in 1877, which the early census records do not support.
Not the first time dates on tombstones have been wrong, for whatever reason.
I do appreciated you kind assistance.
|Dennis Riggs||Frank Riggs Grave Site|
As the grandson of Frank, I want to thank you very much for your extra effort! It means a lot to my siblings and myself for the photo.
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