|Dave Francis (#46779220)|
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I've been a genealogist for about 20 years, and I've accumulated over 75,000 people in 5 databases. I live in Santa Cruz, California.|
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|Werner Howald||Thanks. Geo Lull|
I just finished dinner here on went online. Found it, George Lull bio is on page 417. I just typed in what you wrote down and there it was. I've seen Quinn's work before for Southern Calif county's as well. This was a great idea you had, putting photos of those from this book or any other historical works. Now you got me going here. I seriously well tell our historical society this week. Thanks
|Werner Howald||Geo Lull|
Sorry, I couldnt get to messages for some reason, it would freeze on me, but I could maneuver else where, but it was slow. Anyway, I well let the people here know about your photo.They would like to know where it came from.
It's Memorial # 95956500 for George W. Lull
|Werner Howald||George Lull|
I'm interested in knowing as to where, but who has this charcoal drawing of George Lull. Here in Cambria, he and his family once live here. And we do have another charcoal drawing, but he is turning away to the left, it's a little large and it's under glass and framed nicely. I was thinking that the drawing was from a photo and probably the family would have actual photos. Just thinking. I did post the 1870 census, because he was the first person listed for this County and the first person of this village.
|David Ingersoll||RE: Watsonville Town Constable John W. Alford|
Time to put on the walking shoes.
|David Ingersoll||Watsonville Town Constable John W. Alford|
You posted a picture of John W. Alford’s headstone on 7Jun2015. Do you have coordinates of the grave site?
|Ellis & Lynn||John Fenton|
Thanks for posting his memorial. Do you know that he helped create the Japanese national anthem while stationed in Yokohama? I understand that he lived in Ireland and Scotland, but it is interesting to see him called "a native of England." Maybe due to his military service?
|m.j. bare||Thank you - William Bare|
Thank you for photographing William and Hannah's grave marker in Pioneer Cemetery. It is greatly appreciated.
|Carolyn Bethany||Florence E Rich|
Thanks for the transfer-Unfortunately there is a fella who has been taking over most of the Rich family sites who is so distantly related that it is disheartening to see his name on my immediate families sites. Thanks so much!
|Carolyn Bethany||Florence Fletcher Rich|
Would you mind transferring her to me her Great Niece? #147109317 that would be so nice of you
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