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|J. Rubio (#47507413)|
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I search for the truth, the real history. I believe that NO ONE should ever be forgotten, and it is our job to preserve the history of the past and keep the memories alive of those who have passed before us for future generations. It is also our job to make sure accurate history is preserved, thus I strive to get to the facts.|
"Let us never forget those who have been forgotten."- J. Rubio
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|Vicki Peterson||Mary J. Buckley|
Thank you for the additional information about Mary Buckley. It's been added to her memorial.
yes, all is well. Good to hear you will be getting back to your blog. Such interesting stuff!
All the best to you.
|cgotmo||RE: E.S. O'Brien|
Absolutely you can use the picture. Christine G Owens would be fine.
Added by cgotmo on Jul 14, 2017 4:26 PM
|cgotmo||RE: E.S. O'Brien|
My gg-grandparants the Hale’s lived in Gustine/Newman area and had a dairy farm there. This picture along with quite a few unknowns were in a photo album. I was lucky to find the name written on the back of it. I'm pretty sure I am not related, but he must have been a good friend of the family for them to have such a good picture of him..
Added by cgotmo on Jul 13, 2017 2:01 PM
|Cameron Herrell||Dorothy Waldrop|
Yes you may use the photo. Sorry to hear how she died - I knew there was no Missouri death certificate.
June 14, 2017
Glad to have met you on this site! I plan to read more of your blog.
By the way, the name of one of the teens that died January 1, 1964 was: Josephine Avitia. When I found the stone with all the names (different last names) but the same date of death, it became something I had to learn about.
Keep up all the good work!
Thanks so much for sending the background info about Eva and her husband. I saw a number of articles in the CDNC referring to Walter Pechart and his somewhat dissolute life style, getting bailed out by his father a several occasions, but I was not sure if that was Eva's husband. Kind of a Bugsy Siegel kind-of-fellow it appears. Read some of your blog on the Mary Arrivey murder. Knew of her murder, but not the details. Excellent blog by the way! I spent a couple of months at the St. Joaquin Catholic Cemetery earlier this year and remember seeing her rather large tombstone in the older section of the cemetery. Another story I discovered that you may be interested in had to do with the disappearance of several teens on Jan 1, 1964. It took years to discover their fate (see Josephine Avestia whom I added at San Joaquin catholic Cemetery). It was truly a strange and sad story. Also, I researched Agnes Jaycoax at the Sac City Cemetery some time ago and added a vignette under her young son's name of Burgess Bronte Jaycoax. Broke my heart to read of all her losses and then her dramatic leap from the cliff. If you can leave some or all of Eva's obit on my findagrave page that would be very kind of you. All the best on your blog and writing efforts. Like you I love to research and write. Have a couple stories for children e-published on Barnes and Noble website.
Thanks for your note!
Look forward to whatever you have discovered.
I saw your token on Eva's memorial. Did you ever find out who she was and what happened to her? She was only 36 at the time of her passing.
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