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Re: Barber's, in Lyonsville,Tehama.1870's
Posted by: Evelyn Munjar Flook Date: November 19, 2000 at 10:20:54
In Reply to: Re: Barber's, in Lyonsville,Tehama.1870's by QC of 168

Dear QC
I found the Lyonsville Cemetery but there are no markers for our family. We know through family history that they are buried husband's grandfather and great-grandfather. We have a lot of verbal history there about my fathers family also.
My husband and I are distantly related and at the end of the 1800's and early 1900's they were are closely associated. But by my generation this had completely changed and I didn't meet my husband until 1990 although I knew of his line of the family by 1881, I live in Chico CA Please E-mail me at I could not e-mail you direct.

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