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Jean Foster (#46862054)
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I have been researching my family history since 1978 when a friend took me to a library and I found a book on my Loveless line. I have edited and published a book on my McCoy's,and working on other lines now. My family lines are Barber, Graham, Harritt, Richmond, Dusenberry, Thams and Stueve on my Dad's side. My Mother's family is Holloway, McCoy, Beal, Loveless & Hanson.
I have been transcribing the Carpinteria Cemetery and adding photos. This is the town I grew up in and still live there.
I am retired now and spend a lot of time traveling to KS, NE, IL, IA, IN researching my lines.
I will be happy to look up information in the Santa Barbara and Ventura Co, California areas.
Genealogy is my passion and I am happy to share any of my research.
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sgrove777
RE: McHale Terrance & Pearl
You're welcome -- glad to help! Feel free to use any of my photos for your personal use.
Added by sgrove777 on Sep 21, 2014 9:44 AM
Richard H Wilson
RE: James Edward Husted
Yes, I am related to this family through the Sorrels connection - George Washington Sorrels was my g-g-g-g-g grandfather. Both your relatives and mine descended from Richard Sorrels.
Added by Richard H Wilson on Sep 16, 2014 2:02 PM
Sidney
RE: John E Ashford
You are very welcome. May father is buried in SFNC and it is always an honor to fulfill requests there. There were a couple more Ashfords in SFNC, and I added photos for them as well, no idea if they are related ...
Added by Sidney on Aug 28, 2014 5:20 PM
Rick
RE: Anna Lashley
Thank you, you are very welcome. Yes, you may use the photo.

Rick
Added by Rick on Aug 14, 2014 10:12 PM
Patti Turner
RE: Opal McNatt
Your welcome. My daughter and I enjoy doing these requests on the weekends.
Added by Patti Turner on Jul 26, 2014 8:21 PM
Bob # 46991349
RE: John Vinson Williams
You are very welcome. His wife, Rosie, is next to him (memorial # 109963469). I have sent a request to Chris Nelson, the creator of the memorials, to link them. After sending that message, found their son's, John Jr, memorial # 3546095. I haven't sent a message to link that memorial until I see if the parents' memorial have been done.

Bob
Added by Bob # 46991349 on Jul 26, 2014 12:29 AM
Mary Yeoman Sholey
RE: Michael Campbell
Michael is buried a couple lots from my parents. When I saw your request I remembered the name so no problem find the stone. Glad to help
Added by Mary Yeoman Sholey on Jun 05, 2014 10:48 AM
Christina
RE: Holloway, Benjamin & Electa
I'm glad could help with your family history and you are certainly welcome to use the photos.
Added by Christina on May 27, 2014 8:56 PM
Christina
Holloways in Ferncliff
Sec E lot 30 sublot 1
Ann Holloway d1891 no marker
Benjamin Holloway d1891
Electa Holloway d1870
Mary Holloway --- int 1912
Jane W Humphreys ---
Gertrude Humphreys d1879
Carroll Holloway d1903 no marker
Added by Christina on May 27, 2014 8:28 PM
Ken Snyder
RE: Dietrick Giert
You're very welcome. The area of the cemetery where Dietrick is buried is section PG. PG stands for Public Ground. A long time ago it was the area where people were buried whose families could not afford a funeral, or people who had no family. I have talked to the workers at the cemetery and they tell me they have pretty good records showing the locations of the graves in that area, but the largest percentage of the graves are not marked. I'd say about 30-40% of the graves have markers. When there is a photo request from that area I always look, knowing that my chances of finding the person are not good. All in all, it's a very sad place. I'm sorry I could not help you more. Best of luck in your research and have a great day. Ken
Added by Ken Snyder on May 09, 2014 11:10 AM
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