I had looked for several years for a birth record for my Mexican-immigrant great grandparents’ oldest child Guadalupe. But I was looking in the wrong place. She had been born 155 miles southeast of the family home, in a place identified on her birth record as Yngenio Rascon.
Sharing an autobiography written by my husband’s grandfather. Born in Arizona Territory, William Wallace Greene went on to Stanford medical school, because a surgeon, and served in WWII.
My husband’s grandfather Roy Pace worked for the CCC in the 1930s, in the Grand Canyon, and played on their baseball team.