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Calmly Searching (#47240541)
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Bio Photo "When you remember me, it means that you have carried something of who I am with you, that I have left some mark of who I am in who you are. It means that even after I die, you can still see my face and hear my voice and speak to me in your heart." Fredrick Beekner




Hello,

Thank you in advance for the many updates and links that I receive almost daily for my memorials. I strive to keep up with them.

Before accepting information in edits now, there is a great effort made to confirm the information you send. One edit sent to me, may take 4 to 6 hours of my time searching on ancestry and other genealogy sites to complete. I gather the records for said edit, gain knowledge of the family, contact other contributors to link family members that I am able to find, so that the entire family can be linked on any given memorial.

Please make sure your information is accurate, so that I can accept it. There are a lot of people being linked to those they do not belong to due to so many "same names". It is an easy mistake, I know, as it has happened to me in the past. When possible, follow your loved one from birth to death, check your dates and locations lived to make sure it is the correct memorial.

Know that I appreciate your time and effort. Please, be respectful of my time and effort. If I have made an error, sign in to Find A Grave, and send me an edit. If you have documentation of your information, include that as well.

I would also like to thank the many volunteers that give freely of their time, knowledge, and efforts on behalf of people searching for answers and hoping to breathe life back into their ancestors, walking cemeteries, taking photos, editing photos uploading and creating memorials.

Find a Grave is kept up by a United community of genealogists, historians, (beginners and experts) all of which of course, are VOLUNTEERS. We do not get paid for what we do here.

Creating memorials and fulfilling photo requests is a labor of love for me. If you appreciate something I've added, please pay it forward! If you receive "freely", give "freely"


When making CORRECTIONS & TRANSFERS
Please click the "Edit" tab on the individual memorial, then the "Suggest A Correction" link on the specific memorial you would like me to update or transfer. ***PLEASE DO NOT SEND CORRECTIONS AS PUBLIC MESSAGES***
Transfer requests should be requested on the "edit" tab. Include your relationship, and your contributor name and number.

Keep in mind, those of us who list the memorials are only human, sometimes we make mistakes, let us know,and Never forget: We Are Volunteers. VOLUNTEERS. Our time and work are given freely.

The quote of Fredrick Beekner is borrowed from my cousin Mike Perkins memorial.

I am of the belief that "no one is truly gone, until they are forgotten." Phyllis Behrendt 2008

So with all this said, I will continue to visit cemeteries and take photos of graves, and hope someday to find more of my family,and maybe some of yours. Until then I will remain.... Calmly Searching..........


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Sandra Trent
RE: Frank Breedlove
Would you also transfer management of Frank Breedlove to me. Thank you
Added by Sandra Trent on Dec 08, 2016 3:12 PM
Sandra Trent
RE: Ella Breedlove
Hi. I was wondering if you would transfer management of Ella Breedlove # 51772175 to me please. Thank you.
Added by Sandra Trent on Dec 08, 2016 3:11 PM
Janet W
William B. Ebbert
Catherine was William's second wife. I have yet to find the name of his first wife. The first time that I found Catherine mentioned was on a photograph in 1920 of William and Catherine at their Arriola home. They moved there after William retired from the irrigation company.

Schwindt, Vila, Janet Weeth, and Dale Davidson. Cortez: Images of America. Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia Press, 2011: 49.

I suspect that the boys were born to William's first wife, not Catherine. If you do not want to make he change, I understand.
Added by Janet W on Dec 04, 2016 3:36 PM
Grace (Cronin) Schmitt
RE: Mary Jane Spencer
Thank you for catching the mistake.
Added by Grace (Cronin) Schmitt on Dec 02, 2016 9:50 AM
Janet W
RE: Joel Harper
I know, but he is not the Cortez minister. Thanks. Janet Weeth
Added by Janet W on Nov 15, 2016 6:54 PM
Janet W
Joel Harper
Hi. I am a historian working on a book. I found The initian "P." in my reaseach. The initial ‘P.’ came from these sources:

**Hall, Frank. History of Colorado Embracing Accounts of the Prehistoric Races And Their Remains; The Earliest Spanish, French, and American Explorations; The Lives of Primitive Hunters, Trappers And Traders; The commerce of the Prairies; The First American Settlements Founded; The Original Discoveries of Gold in the Rocky Mountains; The Development of Cities and Towns with Various Phases of Industrial and Political Transition From 1858-1890 In Four Volumes Illustrated, Vol. 4. Rocky Mountain Historical Company; Chicago IL: The Blakely Printing Company, 1895. p. 229.

Montezuma Valley Journal, 9/15/1951: 1A.

Robison, Anna Florence. Taped Interviews. Dolores CO, 1934.

Schwindt, Vila, Janet Weeth, and Dale Davidson. Cortez: Images of America. Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia Press, 2011. p. 19.

Smith, Stephen J. “Interview with Anna Florence Robison, Dolores CO, 03/27/1934”.
In Robison 1934.

I have the Robison interviews transcribed if you would like them.

Unknown. Untitled article, n.d. (post 1960s)
Cortez Library History Collection, Drawer 3.

**I think that it is all based on Hall’s book dated 1895.

Thanks for your consideration. Janet Weeth
Added by Janet W on Nov 14, 2016 2:42 PM
Lorie Tetzlaff
John Borstmeyer Photo
Thank you so much for taking the photo of the grave of John Borstmeyer. I appreciate it very much. It helps me family research immensely! Take care.
Sincerly,
Lorie Tetzlaff
Added by Lorie Tetzlaff on Nov 09, 2016 8:52 PM
Unicorn4590
Thanks!
Thank you for the photos of the Sindlars. Great photos!
Added by Unicorn4590 on Nov 09, 2016 7:56 PM
Jo "West" Stallbohm
Dora Swanson
Thank You, Jo
Added by Jo "West" Stallbohm on Nov 07, 2016 11:08 AM
Donna
Elizabeth McNutt Gillett
Hillcrest cemetery.

The Gilletts were my paternal grandmother's family. My research was leaning toward Elizabeth McNitt's father being Andrew McNitt(McNutt), James' brother. Andrew was married to Abigail Harmon. Do you have some proof as to Elizabeth's father?

Regards,
Donna
Added by Donna on Oct 30, 2016 4:51 PM
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