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|Cathleen Bronson (#47601059)|
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Genealogy has always been fascinating to me. Who am I? Where do I come from? I was born 7 Aug 1945 in San Francisco and adopted. I continue to search for biological and adoptive family members.|
Bronson in Conn. and CA
Burgess in Nova Scotia
Burrell in CA
Coffan/Coffin in New York, Canada, Colorado, CA
Connolly in Ireland, Rhode Island, San Francisco
Fleming in CA & China
Culbertson in CA;
Goodrich in CA
Holsinger in PA
Jacobs in New York
Keane in Ireland, Chicago, San Francisco
Kirkland in Scotland, Wisconsin, CA
O'Shaughnessy in Canada & CA
Shaw and Maddox in Arkansas & CA
Stuart in England & CA
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|Furnese Roy Broussard JR||RE: Shaw|
Any time I can help dear
|Diane Reich||Edward Bronson|
According to the index for Cypress Lawn cemetery, Edward Bronson was cremated & "remains given to family" See link below
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Robert Shaw|
I made some corrections, but his memorial really needs to be yours.
|maggiesweets||RE: Iva Mae Maddox Shaw Heuston|
Hi Kathleen ~ I am embarrassed to say that I haven't responded to your note about Aunt Iva Mae after all this time. I have taken a break from genealogy and missed this. I apologize. I will need to go through several bins of hard copy info, as my hard drive crashed and I lost everything! I have a lovely memorial bookmark that was given to us after her funeral which gives some of the highlights of her life. As a child I was so impressed with Iva Mae. She was always such a "lady" and I found her completely fascinating. She was always impeccably dressed and made up and everything in her home was spotless. She was very soft spoken, very gentle and kind to everyone. I don't know much about her first marriage. She was married to my Uncle smokey (Bruce Hunt Heuston) for many years. They adopted Shawn and raised him as their own. He was Uncle Smokey's nephew. Uncle Smokey was tall, lean and very much a man's man; the dynamic between this big cowboy and the delicate Iva Mae always intrigued me. She had him tamed, that's for sure! I'm sure I'll find at least a few photos of her and if I find some things to send along to you, I'll be sure to include a note with more info about her. She was a delightful person but she certainly kept some secrets over the years as was the way things were done in those days. I hope this helps some. Sherre
|Rita Garcia||RE: John Francis Connolly|
Sometimes on the back of the tombstone it will have inscribed the name, birth and death of other family members, such as a wife or children. I am not aware of any other type of info being on the back of the tombstones. The back of John's tombstone was blank.
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