|R Hare (#47468862)|
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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.
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Hello, R. Hare,
If your mother was Anita Gomez, then it seems we are relatives, because my father was her brother. I would love to know who my relatives are. If you are interested in knowing who Isidro Rivas Gomez's youngest son Rodolfo Gomez is, please contact me at:
|Patty Throesch||RE: James Stark|
Thank you I will, I am trying to locate any of his children if they are still alive.
he was married to my granny Mary Elizabeth she was born June 19 1895 passed away November 4 1969 i have a copy of Mr Fellers death certificate it tells his his family
Added by reba on Jun 20, 2014 9:45 AM
|Bill and Denise||RE: Arzola Photo|
You are more than welcome. It was a hunt and seek. With the recent rains the grass has grown nicely. That also means they were mowing that day but had not weed-wacked. All flat headstones were covered. Me, my gloves, and a brush were on a mission. Lol.
|J Fay||RE: San Jose Burial Park|
You're welcome for the Casanova photos. There is a headstone next to Maria Magdalena (Perez)Casanova's stone for her parents Aniceto & Barbarita Perez as well as her sisters Celia & Josephine. Would you like me to post a photo of it too? They do not yet have memorials so you would have to create them or I can do it if you prefer.
Added by J Fay on Jun 06, 2014 9:42 PM
|LKat||Fort Sam Photos|
I was going to the cemetery. I claimed your requests prior to leaving.
Added by LKat on Jun 06, 2014 5:08 PM
|Michael Kearney||RE: Photos|
I am very happy to have been of help.
|Michael Kearney||RE: Campie photo|
I am happy to have been helpful. I was in Germany last week and just got back last night, so I was a bit slow on the uptake.
|Carol Froehlich||RE: Marvelle Ross|
Thank you so much.
I don't know if there is anyway to stop people from using the pictures without giving credit, although I know that Find A Grave has their rules about that. Personally I feel it is common courtesy and good manners to ask. On my Find A Grave profile, I state that I give permission to use my photos and that they don't have to give me the credit.
You are so right. It takes a lot of time and dedication to search at the cemetery and then post the pictures. Especially when the name isn't entered in the cemetery.
Again, Thank you for the time you give to help others in their genealogy research.
|Carol Froehlich||Marvelle Matelsky Ross headstone|
In searching for ancestors, I came across the headstone for a distant cousin. I am asking permission to use the picture of her headstone that you took, in my Ancestry.com family tree. I will give you credit for taking the picture if you would allow this.
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