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R.I.P & respect always to our departed loved ones, including but not limited to: Virginia M Halbrook "Nana", Gerald James Halbrook "Tata Jerry", Jennie M Reynoso "Nina", Ruperta Campos "Mama", Gerald Wade Johnson, Ira Johnson, Frank Abbott "Papa", Pamela Ann Sequiera, Aimee W., Steve Delatorre & Anthony Delatorre.
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I can't add a son. The person who created the son's memorial page would be the one to add Samuel as a father. Norma
Added by Norma on Jan 13, 2014 8:30 PM
Thank you for taking their photos.
Added by Jauers on Jan 06, 2014 12:49 PM
Thank you for adding photo!
|Marvin & Samme Templin||Achsa Curl|
Thanks for filling our request, we really appreciate your help.
|Elin Hansen||Francis and "Fritz" Christopherson|
Thank you for the note. By now you may have seen the photos that I took of the grave site for Francis Christopherson and her husband "Fritz".
|Parrish Todd||RE: English family @ Mountain View Cemetery Oakland|
I sincerely appreciate the time you spent looking. I have the English Family plot record sent to me by the office at Mountain View and it shows fifteen family members buried there, with Manuelita to John Marshall's left and John, Jr. and Frederick at her head and the dates they were interred. I'm guessing at this point that there are no markers for any of the family members.
When you have time, would you mind adding the photo you took showing the English steps to Manuelita (117578082), John Jr. (113983682) and Frederick (117578462)?
Thank you very much!
|Parrish Todd||John Marshall English|
What a beautiful headstone! Thank you so much for fulfilling this photo request. He was married to my great grand aunt. By any chance, did you notice her headstone, Manuelita English? I hope to come visit one day.
Thank you again,
|Don Green||RE: Thank you!|
You're very welcome for the photos, M/M. Estele was a challenge with that reflective glass. Glad the photos were worthwhile & glad I could help out !
|Smontee||RE: Steve Delatorre|
Oh, I see. I have some of those same situations with my own family. I am thinking that Albert, being George Sr's nephew, would be the son to one of George's sisters. I have a picture of him. Would you know who George Sr's sisters were? My father in law spoke of Laddie and his mother when we were in California in October. :)
Added by Smontee on Dec 05, 2013 8:18 AM
|Smontee||RE: Steve Delatorre|
Hi.. I think it George Delatorre Sr. His nephew Albert Guerrero was the co-founder, with George, of the cannery and Ruth Morales Guerrero was Albert's wife. She is the one that suggested they start making Menudo. I was told this info by my husbands father and I read it on the Juanita's Foods website (the history). Have you been able to view that site? I am guessing that Albert must be the son to one of Georges sisters ?
Ruth Morales Guerrero was the sister of my husbands grandmother. I have pictures of her working at cannery. I have been told that my husbands grandmother was the lady that posed for the picture on the Menudo Can, now Juanita's Foods.. She was really beautiful..
Albert and Ruth had two daughters, Rachel (Raquel) and Patsy. Do those names sound familiar?
I am hoping that we can somehow connect how Albert was related. All we know is he was George's nephew.. :)
Thanks for getting back with me..
Added by Smontee on Nov 28, 2013 10:39 PM
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