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vicki daniels (#46588493)
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Bio Photo I'm orginially from San Francisco, California. Several generations are Califorian by birth but we seem to have scattered to a few places. Like the Pacific Northwest, the West Coast, The East with a few southern states added for flavor. If you're like me add a few countries as well such as Mexico, Spain, Ireland, England, Denmark, Holland, Germany ( or, just take a dart throw it at Europe & add Mexico). Researching family tree for a nearly 10 years based on my Grandmothers stories. Love to do research for others who have a diffcult or, extended family tree like my own. I learned a few things while searching the family tree. Documents and Details. Thank my sister for one and the Navy for the other. Good luck in your searches.
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Fanny Young photo request - Holy Cross Cemetery, Colma, CA
Hi Vicki!

The Fanny S Young that is buried at Holy Cross was born in 1841 in London, England and was 67 when she died of a cerebral hemorrhage. She lived and died at home at 4521 - 21st Street in SF. She died on October 6th, 1908, and was buried October 9th, 1908. She was widowed and lived with her son, Charles H Daniels, who ordered the plot and funeral. George J Daniels is also buried here (see below).

On the 1870 census in the 4th Ward in SF, she is living as Fanny Daniels (age 30, b about 1839 or 1840 in England) with her husband, George (40, b in PA, occupation: actor?!?!?!), children George (13, b in Australia), Charles (10, b in Australia), and Marian (4, b in New Zealand).

There is a marriage of a Fannie Daniels (b 1841, age 42) to a Jacob Tice (b 1836, age 47) on 2/21/1883 in Sacramento County, CA. I can't find anything else on Jacob or even Fannie as a Tice after this marriage in California.

My guess is that whatever records were on them (if there are any in CA) or even who she married with the last name Young (if it was in CA) were destroyed in the 1906 earthquake and fire, but that's just my guess.

OH! So George J Daniel was born in 1858 or so, died on 2/17/1924 in SF County, and buried 2/20/1924. That would match up with her son, George. He is buried with Fanny. No one else is buried in grave 2.

Hopefully this helps you narrow down if this is your 3x great grandma. You KNOW you made me curious with saying she really had a history! Makes me want to know more about her, especially if she was first married to an actor!


Added by Squeak on Oct 27, 2016 6:55 PM
RE: Col. John Fuller
Thanks for trying.
Added by Connief on Oct 02, 2016 4:16 AM
Jan Davidson
RE: Robert Lee Moore
I do not know if Robert Lee Moore lived in San Francisco, California. I only indexed and photographed parts of the cemetery in Soledad. Sorry I am unable to help you.
Added by Jan Davidson on Jul 14, 2016 10:59 AM
kim Stouffer
Sheila Murphry
Thank you for the pictures of my cousin Sheila Murphy's grave. Her brother John Kaptuska is suppose to be there also. I will have to call them the cemetery again because they are the ones that told me he was there. Thanks for all the trouble.
Kim Stouffer
Added by kim Stouffer on Jan 21, 2010 4:00 PM
Eva Jackson
Thank you for the photos you posted for my Mother
Eva jackson
Gary Jackson
Added by GARY JACKSON on Jan 18, 2010 6:12 PM
Eva Jackson
Thank you for the photos you posted for my Mother
Eva jackson
Gary Jackson
Added by GARY JACKSON on Jan 18, 2010 6:12 PM
Andie Parrish
RE: Alayah Mahone
Thank you for trying. I will accept anything you may have gathered that can be added to her memorial.

Thank You for your help,
Andie Parrish
Added by Andie Parrish on Jan 14, 2010 9:21 PM
Scott Swedlow
RE: Sylvia Cohen Zedd
Thank you for posting the photos for Sylvia's memorial. Even though Ben and Sylvia died only two and a half years apart, Ben is buried with his parents. I did some research on your question and here is what I found.

According to Jewish law, in the absence of and documentation outlining the woman's wishes, such as a will, if both husband and father want a woman to be buried on their distinct properties, the woman is to be buried on her father's property (not her husband's) provided she has not had any sons. However, if she provided her husband with sons, the woman is to be buried on her husband's property.

A woman had the right to determine her eternal burial, regardless of and other consideration. If a woman wrote in a will where she wanted to be buried, that is where she was buried. For instance, if a woman put in a will that she wanted to be buried in her son's tomb, the was where she would be buried.

In addition, if a woman inherited a tomb, she was buried in this, along with all offspring she was close to and saw while she was alive.
Added by Scott Swedlow on Jan 14, 2010 4:52 PM
Mike Mastrolia
RE: Mack Queen
I would appreciate any pictures you can send me.

Added by Mike Mastrolia on Nov 02, 2009 4:02 AM
Denis Xenos
Thomas Xinos
What ever is good for to great for me.
Added by Denis Xenos on Aug 28, 2009 1:28 PM
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