Ancestor hunting is so exciting! but once in awhile you hit a block wall- I am searching for the following people, my great grandmother Salome Francisca de la Trinidad Tarin Gomez. Francisca was born in 1849 in Texas and is the daughter of Jose Vicente del Carmel Nazario Tarin and Concepcion Ruiz y Cervantes. Francisca married Presiliano Gomez, my great grandfather on 16 Feb 1868 in Bexar County, Texas. My great grandfather Juan Rivas was born abt. 1835 in Mexico, and married Micaela Garza. William Henry Hare born abt. 1870 in Maryland, and married Carrie Carson of Missouri. As a child I was always interested in anthropology and history. When my youngest child entered high school I decided to go back to school. I graduated from California State University Los Angeles with a Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Studies and a minor in Anthropology. I enjoyed my working years but now that I am retired, I enjoy the free time for leisure, travel, grandchildren and of course genealogical research! I occasionally take photos for others as a way to thank those that have been kind enough to have taken them for me. I will no longer use my personal e-mail on FindAGrave, please leave a public message.
I am sure that Helena is related to Louise, they share the same last name. Martha, I have no idea as to her relationship. All of their tombstones share the same design and are in a group of six away from other burials.
Let's try five requests at a time. If they are family groupings it's even easier!
I think that I was on the right track in April in the belief that Rosemary K. Carson, had both an older sister, Elizabeth A. Carson-Consla and brother Richard A. Carson. All three were the children on William George Carson and Eleanor Violet Green-Carson as verified in the 1920 census.
Were you able to uncover Elizabeth's parentage? This was the person that I shared information on her father listed as a Carson, mother being a Green. There is also an Elizabeth Manning Morton in the family plot.
Before I forget, there is an "Elizabeth Consla" on the Green monument. In the CA. Death Index she lists her father as being a Carson and mother's maiden name as Green. Did Rosemary R. Carson have an older sister?
I believe that this is an unmarked grave located in a section reserved for infants and toddlers. I will verify with cemetery staff and get back to you. If this is the case, would you like to have a photo of the gravesite?
I like to know who I am "speaking" with...do you feel comfortable providing your name?