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Re: Dominga (Durazo) and Jose Antonio Romero
Posted by: Alex Grzywacki (ID *****5462) Date: February 22, 2011 at 22:31:51
In Reply to: Re: Dominga (Durazo) and Jose Antonio Romero by Judy Artley of 231

Yes I am still looking for the "Dominca (Durazo) and Jose Antonio Romero ranch properties.
Jose Antonio Romero was a member of the First Battl'n NATIVE California Cavalry, Company C. He and his wife owned two large ranches very near the Pozo School. Jose died in his small cabin in the year 1923. We have his Army and Pension records. We do not have confirmation of his Burial Location. There was a new Army Issue Grave Stone for him placed in the Romero family Plot at the SLO Catholic Mission cemetery a few years ago. The Cemetery has no record of his burial location.
Thank you for reply.
Alex Grzywacki
JVC of the SUVCW Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War.
Camp #28.

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