Is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words?

Scholefield Family Tree Ok, this is something that I classify as cool, but some others may not. On the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records site (where the Arizona Biographical Index is also located) there is a Photo Index. Once again, searching for all surnames which might be relevant, we turn up a list …

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Are we confused yet?

Scholefield Family Tree As I go back in time, I find more people! To help myself as well as you, the reader, the following links provide a visual representation of George Scholefield and Clara Moore’s siblings, nieces and nephews. Family Charts George’s parents were Charles M. Scholefield and Helen Marr Degraff. Descendants of Charles M. …

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Globe Cemetery

Scholefield Family Tree The cemetery in Globe is the resting place for several Moore family members. Additionally, this is an excellent opportunity to remind everyone that you should always check multiple transcriptions whenever available. Burial lists for the Globe Cemetery are located in three places online: Gila County AZGenWeb — Contains what appears to be …

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Elizabeth (am I an Eyle or a Hall) Whittle

Govanstown Cemetery Project The Whittle Plot I have left Elizabeth Whittle, grandmother of Samuel N., alone until now. Women born prior to 1850 are usually the most difficult to research. We are going to work back from the known and see if we can discover anything about Elizabeth Whittle that will help us resolve her …

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