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Carol (#47067994)
 member for 8 years, 7 months, 18 days
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Bio Photo born in Chicago and moved to California many years ago. Most family origins in Illinois both for me and my husband. Our roots are buried deep in Montgomery County. I am an avid genealogist - same for my oldest daughter and genealogy companion. We make yearly trips to Illinois to research family history. We've spent many an hour documenting abandoned cemeteries and will gladly take photos in local LA cemeteries.
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Raymond Padilla
Carol, I thank you for transferring Raymond's memorial.

Steve Mirabal
Added by Steve on May 12, 2017 11:56 AM
Harriet Simmons Rogers
Thank you so much for the transfer
Added by Brenda on May 11, 2017 2:45 PM
Larry Lee Bates
Thank you for adding the Hinckle story to Larry's Memorial. It gives us some personal insight into how Larry was KIA.
Added by Brenda on Apr 23, 2017 8:31 AM
Pamela Lancaster-Sharp
Nancy R. Paris
Thank you so much for the transfer Carol!
Warmest Regards, Pamela Sharp
Added by Pamela Lancaster-Sharp on Mar 19, 2017 12:05 PM
Tammy White
Doris Nelson Graham Obit
Hi Carol.
Doris Nelson Graham was my first cousin, twice removed (common ancestor was Robert Nelson and Camilla Wright). Her dad, Scott, was my great-grandpa Emery’s brother.
Thanks for putting the tribute to Doris on FindAGrave. Can you tell me where you got the obituary? I found one on State Journal-Register, but it was very short and did not include the info you posted. Tributes had one as well, but again does not include the detail you have. I’d like to put the obituary from Find A Grave into my genealogy program, but want to make sure I source it right.

Thanks in advance! PS – I believe she already had a headstone, is that right?
Added by Tammy White on Mar 14, 2017 8:20 AM
Thank you Carol!
Hi Carol,
Thank you so much for the transfer of Matilda Dunlap. I'm so excited and can hardly wait to start info.
I really appreciate it!
Added by Chloé on Feb 28, 2017 12:49 PM
Charles Segrest
This is my husband, please delete it or transfer it to me.
Added by DRWS on Feb 27, 2017 7:31 AM
Charlie Eppinger
Hensley's in Litchfield
I added marker pictures for Frances Lena Immenga Hensley Memorial# 151845671 but the birth years do not match? I also added a picture for her husband John (his dates do match).
Added by Charlie Eppinger on Dec 29, 2016 8:42 PM
Michael Sandoval
Spouse of Antonio Fernandez
Mr. Fernandez was a close friend of my father, Meliton P. Sandoval.

Antonio M. Fernández was born in Springer, in northwestern New Mexico, on January 17, 1902, to José Estevan and Maria Anita Fernández. Educated as a child in a one-room country schoolhouse, Fernández went on to attend New Mexico Normal University (now Highlands) in Las Vegas, New Mexico. After college, he married Cleofas Chavez on June 9, 1924. The couple had five children: Anita; Dolores; Antonio, Jr.; Orlando; and Manuel. Fernández worked in the office of a local judge and served as a court reporter in the Eighth Judicial District of New Mexico from 1925 to 1930. After earning a law degree at Cumberland University Law School in Lebanon, Tennessee, in 1931, Fernández was admitted to the bar in New Mexico and began practicing in Raton, New Mexico. He worked as an assistant district attorney of the Eighth Judicial District of New Mexico in 1933, and a year later he opened a law practice in Santa Fe. Before serving in the U.S. House, Fernández held a series of elected and appointed positions. In 1935 he represented Colfax County in the New Mexico house of representatives. As a state legislator, he introduced and shepherded the first Rural Electrification Authority Act to passage.2 After leaving office, Fernández was chief tax attorney for the New Mexico state tax commission before serving as assistant attorney general from 1937 to 1941. He then worked for the New Mexico public service commission in 1941 and 1942.
Added by Michael Sandoval on Dec 19, 2016 2:48 PM
RE: Charles Elmer Braden
Thank you so much for the information on Charles! I've moved his memorial to the cemetery. I really appreciate it. Barb
Added by BJW on Nov 02, 2016 7:00 AM
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