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I'm willing to do photos at cemeteries in Tucson AZ. I will consider the surrounding area too. Definition of surrounding area? Marana, Oro Valley, Green Valley, Vail and Southern AZ. Ask and I'll let you know if it is possible.
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|sec412 ||RE: Vivian Evans|
She is 'within' the in-law line I'm researching.
Added by sec412 on Jul 16, 2015 3:08 PM
|J Poole||RE: Jay D. Smith|
I got his middle name of "Doland" from his 1917 WWI Draft Card. His birth date and place are a match for him. His name and signature both have "Doland" as the middle name.
This was the only document I found for him that was not just an initial of "D" for the middle name.
Thank you for checking on this.
Added by J Poole on Jun 23, 2015 9:15 PM
|Sue Lilley||RE: Carey Traweek|
1900 Census: Living in Precinct 2, Goliad, Texas with parents and siblings, his name is listed as Thomas K. Traweek.
1910 Census: Living in Precinct 2, Goliad, Texas with parents, siblings and grandmother, his name is listed at Thomas C. Traweek.
1940 Census: Living in Superior, Pinal, Arizona with spouse, Hazel, two children and mother-in-law, his name is listed as Thomas Carey Traweek.
I know that many people were and are called by their middle names at some times and their first names at others. I believe that his name probably was Thomas Carey Traweek, but that he went by Carey.
|Carolyn Gray||RE: An is Meade at All Faiths Cem Tucson|
Hi Linda...I have been researching Annis in depth as she and my mom were friends and shared the exact same birthday! Would you be willing to let me manage her site until I get all the info and links on it--Then I could send it back to you if you want it???
|Bev Norman||Mary Kelley|
Thank you so much Linda for confirming that my great grandmother was actually buried at South Lawn in Tucson. Although she doesn't have a marker at least it is comforting to know where she was buried at last.
|Heritage Seeker||RE: Helen Frundt|
Linda - Thank you so much for the photo's. I'm so glad to see flowers there. Would you be able to put the same photo on her husband's page? It would make his complete.
|Mary Miller||Yoho family ....|
Hi Linda, The Yoho family was on my husbands side of the family several generations back. It goes like this: David Cline born 1835 Ohio died 1923 Harrison Co, Mo. His parents Peter and Mary (Cennis or Dennis) Cline. He married Elizabeth Yoho (born 1835 Ohio died 1882 Harrison Co, Mo.) on 11 May 1862 in Noble Co, Ohio. Their children: 1. James b. 1863 Ohio, 2. Peter b. 1865 ohio, 3. Annie b. 1867 Indiana, 4. John A. b. 1869 Indiana, 5. Isabella b. 1872 Mo and Mary b. 1879 Mo. Don't know if this is the family you are looking for. Let me know if it is. Mary...
|Jeri Ferguson Jahnke||RE: Try again re your surname|
Hi, Linda; thanks for your note! Jahnke is the husband's family, and they do hail from Wisconsin; there are a zillion of them in the Green Bay area.
I have a tree for them at Ancestry; I ramrod the family genealogy and DNA. If you want to see, it's at: http://tinyurl.com/l8ofvbx
And thanks so much for graciously making the changes to William Dobson; normally I try to get my ducks in a row before I embark on an email. :)
All the best!
|Law-Miller Roots||RE: Paul and Dorothy Armbrecht|
You're welcome. I was going thru some photos I had taken and saw the Plot field was empty, so thought I'd send along. Thanks for updating.
|Larry Caplin||Dale Caplin|
Thanks Linda for your kind words and thoughts. Dale was a great guy. He will be missed, but as you said, never forgotten.
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