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Whisper Stockton (#47089678)
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Paul Wilcox
RE: William O'Brien
I'm happy I could help
Added by Paul Wilcox on May 08, 2016 7:58 PM
shirley hanson
Samuel Gaston Huff/mary searles huff
They had another daughter born in 1846..bertha beatrice great grandmother. married ned nelson brown. bertha died 1962..buried in Huntington Beach with husband at Good Shephard cemetary at five points.
Added by shirley hanson on Mar 24, 2016 8:02 AM
RE: Rychell
You're very welcome. It was an honor to take the pictures for you.

Added by TFJ on Jan 12, 2016 4:47 PM
Jane Eisenberger
Rosendo Baca Find A Grave Memorial# 16641400
I walked the San Ysidro Cemetery and could not find a grave marker for Rosendo Baca. The cemetery is very old and many markers are no loger legible or even in place. I called the San Ysidro Church and they did not have his name on their register for having been interred at San Ysidro.
Added by Jane Eisenberger on Jul 17, 2015 6:20 PM
Ryan Donovan
question about your information
I have a question about couple of graves you have posted on find a grave. there are no pix of the stones, so I was under the assumption that they do not exist? My husband and I made a trip to Lincoln, Ill to research these ancestors. when we were at the historical society they had informed us that the graves sites couldn't be in the cemetery you have because those cemeteries didn't begin at those times? The ancestors are
William H Donovan and Mahala Jane (McGinnis) Donovan. You have them in New union cemeteries? William passed in 1879 as did Mahala. My question is Where did you find your info of this from? Im trying to piece all this together and so much isn't making sense.
Added by Ryan Donovan on Jan 11, 2015 6:15 PM
Paulette Marshall
RE: Lesa Bergeron
Bummer! Well I just sent a message to the administrators of this site, we'll see what happens!
Added by Paulette Marshall on Nov 04, 2010 7:29 AM

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