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A big "Thank You" goes out to everyone who sends any info and links for the memorials I've added. I regret that I cannot thank each of you individually, although with the new Edit system you now get computer-generated acknowledgements that your suggested changes and/or additions have been accepted. |
I got interested in Family History in 2007, and in 2008 and 2009 visited hundreds of my "dead relatives", as my wife so descriptively put it. (I did meet many live ones, too.) Most of the graves I visited were close relatives of my great-grandparents and one great-great-grandmother: their siblings, aunts and grand-aunts, uncles and grand-uncles, and first and second cousins.
My grandparents are:
Harold James Minteer
Ethel Lorene (Wright) Minteer
James Francis Renshaw
Mildred Joan (Woods) Renshaw
My e-mail address:
(That's RNRMinteer, which won't matter if you Copy and Paste...)
Feel free to use any of my grave marker photos any way that you want to, as few (if any) of them have any artistic value which might be covered by the intent of the Copyright clause in the Constitution. (Please note, however, that this only applies to photos with my name under them. For any others, you will need to contact the person who added them for their permission to copy and use elsewhere.)
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|Ancestors||RE: Times Picayune obits|
Here it is corrected.
000028 Quartararo - Marion G. Quartararo, a retired clerk for the New Orleans recorder of mortgages office, died Thursday of congestive heart failure at Chalmette Medical Centers. She was 82. Mrs. Quartararo was a lifelong resident of New Orleans. She was a member of Neighborly Nines and Dragons.
A mass will be said today at 1 p.m. at Jacob Schoen & son funeral home, 3827 Canal St. Visitation will begin at 10 a.m. Burial will be in Westlawn Cemetery.
09-09-1995 Times Picayune
|Ancestors||RE: Times Picayune obits|
Shoot, I closed out the page I found that on. Can you send it back to me? I will get Word to fix it. That is how it was on the web. I had fixed one after sending you the one for your person.
|Kenneth McDonnell||Robinson/ Gibbons|
Thank you so much for transferring the Tierney family to me. Would it be possible to transfer Catherine Robinson Section E, Don Juan Robinson Section J, Encarnacion Robinson Section L and Catherine Gibbons Section 2, they are all close relatives of the Tierney's.
Thanks for all your help.
Thank you for the edits and for all your hard work with Find A Grave! It is greatly appreciated! God bless!
Added by M.E. on Sep 16, 2014 11:59 AM
|Jetha Pitcher||RE: Cecil William Carlin|
Thanks I have been looking for it but they don't seem to have it on their records. Thanks for doing the job of putting all those cemetery list on line and making my job easier.
|Kenneth McDonnell||RE: Tierneys in St. Mary's|
I would love To have you transfer all of the Tierney's in St. Mary's to me! I can think of no greater way to honor my relations than being able to add more personal information about their lives.
Thank you so much.
|Kenneth McDonnell||Tierney's buried in St Mary's Cemetery Oakland, California|
My Name is Ken McDonnell and I am the great grandson of Patrick and Margret Tierney buried in St Mary's Cemetery section 1. My great-great grandfather Henry Murdock, Margret's sister Catherine and still born infant Patrick Tierney are also buried in section 1 . All of the Tierney's buried in St Mary's are direct family members, except Martin Tierney who is a more distant cousin. All of the Robinson's, Gibbons and Murdock's are all close family relations of the Tierney's as well. All these families and a few more arrived on the same two ships in the early 1830's. The were the first non Indians to settle the Encinal peninsula (now the city Alameda) and Brooklyn now the Fruitvale District of Oakland. Their land was acquired from the Peralta family, owners of Rancho San Lorenzo. They came to harvest the enormous timber tracks own by all the land grant ranchos surrounding the San Francisco bay area.
|S. Vallejo Jr.||RE: Fidel Saenz|
Thanks but you left off a the first part of my original request is what I'm implying. I will try to add his parents Mauro Saenz and Maria de Jesus Vallejo (my ancestor) as soon as I get enough info on them. Right now all I know is that Mauro is buried SF 2 and Ma de Jesus in Seguin.
|aisxray||RE: William C Reynolds|
My Mistake....doesn't look like a dup on your side...Doing some work on evergreen in plummer idaho and saw that a member did like over 200 duplicates. I might have sent something to you by mistake......ps almost a million?
Added by aisxray on Sep 15, 2014 3:54 PM
|Fran Chancellor||RE: Enoch Bateman|
Thank you. I would be glad to do that.
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