Calling all Scholefields

Scholefield Family Tree Much has already been located about George and Clara’s immediate family, but are there any relatives nearby? Usually siblings move together. Because Scholefield is an uncommon last name, it will be beneficial to check for possible family members. In 1930, the only Scholefields in the entire state are George and Clara and …

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BLM — GLO

Scholefield Family Tree The Bureau of Land Management maintains a database of the General Land Office Records which report the transfer of federal lands. Because the obituaries for the family mention that George homesteaded land, a patent should be available. A search of the patents (see the green bar near the top) for Scholefield reveals …

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Map Results

Scholefield Family Tree Based on the 1910-1930 Censuses reporting that the Scholefields lived in Rosemont Precinct and in the Vail-Helvetia area, the Scholefield Springs and Scholefield Canyon in the Santa Rita Mountains seem to be named after them.1 Additionally the nearby Hidden Valley Ranch carries a name very similar to Hidden Springs and is at …

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Bring out your dead!

This blog is a place for us to find random dead by conducting “cold genealogy*” for families who are not related to our own. The term is appropriate becase we approach a case knowing absolutely nothing about the family we are researching. Whomever we randomly choose, we will use resources available online and present research bits as we …

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