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1 BAUTISMOS-Registros originales
Fecha:1894-03-17
Nombre y Apellidos:Maria Dolores, Alcorta, Barinaga-rementeria
Padre:Juan Bautista, Alcorta, Guerequeta
Madre:Juana Josefa, Barinaga-rementeria, Amallovieta
Comentarios:Nota marginal: Matrimonio;
ParroquiaDiócesisBilbao
Territorio histórico:BIZKAIA
Localidad:Ondarroa-Ondarroa
Parroquia:53160 La Natividad de Nuestra Señora
Fondo:01.02.01.268 / Fondos Parroquiales / Archivos Parroquiales / Ondarroa - Ondarroa / La Natividad de Nuestra Señora
LocalizaciónID:1322278
Página/foliop. 013
Fechas del libro1894-01-07 - 1900-12-29 
Alcorta Barinagarementeria, Maria Dolores (I4178183)
 
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Muscar, A. (I6565202)
 
3
Monday, July 30, 2012 5:00 PM

Julia Echevarria Bertz, 83, won her long battle with Alzheimer's disease and passed to a better place

on July 23, 2012. She spent her final days at home surrounded by her family and friends.

She was born July 1, 1929, to Aurora Plaza Echevarria and Bonifacio Echevarria on the Dooley Ranch in

Paradise Valley, Nevada. Julie grew up in Paradise Valley and attended Paradise Valley School

through her sophomore year. She then lived with family in Homedale, Idaho, where she graduated

from Homedale High School.

In 1949 she met the love of her life, Louie Bertz and married him on Aug. 23, 1949. They had four children, Vicki, Dennis, Rick and Andrea and over the next 40+ years enjoyed a wonderful family life filled with lots of love and laughter. The Bertz family home was always open to everyone and Louie and Julie were "Mom and Dad" to lots of extra kids over the years.

Julie was a Keno writer for a number of years at the Nevada Club in Reno and in the 1960s helped Joe Mackie's Star Broiler break the city ordinance against women gaming dealers. She also worked as a telephone operator, a bookkeeper for L.W. Peraldo Co., and finally as a realtor for Sonoma Realty Century 21 until her retirement.

Next to her family, Julie's greatest passion in life was golf. She was an accomplished and avid golfer and until her illness advanced was an active member of the Winnemucca Ladies Golf Club. She and Louie loved to travel and play golf and they instilled a love for the game in their children and grandchildren. She was fiercely proud of her Basque heritage and was a member for many years of Euskaldunak Danak Bat and more recently of the Santa Rosa Basque Club.

Julie was preceded in death by her parents, Bonifacio Echevarria and Aurora and Vie Arzuaga, her

husband Louie, son Rick, son-in-law Emile Goyhenetche, sisters Anesita Miller and Amelia Boyd,

brother Joe "Dooley" Echevarria and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

She is survived by her brother Vie Arzuaga and his longtime companion Patsy York of Reno,

Nevada, children Vicki and Terry Gabiola of Winnemucca, Andrea and Adam Krueger of Meridian,

Idaho, Dennis and Jennifer Bertz of Pahrump, Nevada, son-in-law Chris Miller of San Francisco,

Calif., grandchildren Dominic Gabiola, Wil Bertz, Zoe Bertz, Maialen Goyhenetche, Eric

Goyhenetche, and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Julie's earthly body is being cremated and graveside services and a celebration of her life will be held

in Paradise Valley on Sept. 15, 2012. In lieu of flowers, her family requests that donations be

made in her name to Winnemucca Ladies Golf Club at P.O. Box 1538, Winnemucca, NV 89446 or

Humboldt County Volunteer Hospice at P.O. Box 843, Winnemucca, NV 89446.

Julie's family wishes to thank her companion and caregiver Jayme Bell, Lisa Jonkey, Kayla and

Yolanda of Genesis Healthcare and Cindy and Sherry from Hospice for all their kindness and

compassion in helping Julie on her final journey.

Those wishing to share thoughts with the family may do so at albertsonfuneralhome.com.

http://insidenorthernnevada.com/Content/ANNOUNCEMENTS/Obituaries-Death-Notices/Article/Julia-Echevarria-Bertz/4/33/6370 
Echevarria, Julie (I1683360)
 
4
Sacramento: BAUTISMOS
Fecha: 1854-02-07
Nombre y Apellidos: Maria Agustina, Gabicagoxeascua, Laucirica
Padre: Manuel, Gabicagoxeascua, Longa
Madre: Josefa Antonia, Laucirica, Bolumburu
Diócesis: Bilbao
Territorio histórico: BIZKAIA
Localidad: Ea-Natxitua
Página/folio: p. 393
Fechas del libro: 1812 - 1875
 
Gavicagojeascoa Laucirica, Maria Agustina (I202223)
 
5 "Corvallis Gazette-Times", Oregon, GenealogyBank.com (http://genealogybank.com/doc/obituaries/obit/15981E54F4476C40-15981E54F4476C40 : accessed 29 January 2016)
Tommy Joseph Swisher 
Swisher, Tom (I2225406)
 
6 # 317920 Garatea Achurra, Juan Bautista (I3364248)
 
7 # 317920 Garatea Achurra, Juan Bautista (I3364248)
 
8 (2018ko martxoaren 17an Idaho Press Tribune, Legacy.com-en argitara emana)

November 4, 1959 - March 14, 2018

Connie Pilar Badiola Wheeler was born on November 4, 1959. in Caldwell, ID and grew up in Homedale.

On March 12, 2018 heaven gained an amazing woman, mother, and friend with her family by her side. She's no longer in pain and is skiing, playing volleyball, cooking and being hugged by her family. A lot of her time on earth was spent helping others as a surgical tech in the E.R. in Reno, NV, open heart in Boise, ID and working ski patrol on her off days.

When she had her life changing back injury she didn't lose her positive attitude. She continued to care for her mother and mother-in-law while keeping her doors open to family and friends.

Everyone was welcomed into her home and greeted with a warm meal. The Basque club was one of the places she got to share her love for cooking and Basque heritage. Her rice pudding was widely known and highly requested.

She had an adventurous life from ski trips to snowy mountains, road trips to Minnesota with her best friend Sue, visiting relatives in Spain, and family vacations to the Oregon coast. The past few years she took many trips to spend time with her daughter going to Disneyland and enjoying beignets on the beach.

Please join her family and celebrate her life on Monday, March 19, 2018 at 1pm at Mountain View Church of the Nazarene 26515 Ustick in Wilder, ID 83676. There will be a lunch served at the Basque Center 333 Main Homedale, ID 83628.

Flowers can be sent to Flahiff Funeral home in Caldwell, ID. Condolences can be given at www.flahifffuneralchapel.com 
Badiola, Connie Pilar (I2391899)
 
9 12 Feb 1966

Ontario - Funeral services for Laureano (Blackie) Elustondo, 68, Ontario, who died Thursday evening in an Ontario hospital, will be hel at 10 a.m. Monday in the Bertelson-Lienkaemper Chapel, Ontario. Recitation of the Rosary is at 8 p.m. Sunday at the chapel. Interment will be at St. John's, Ontario.

Mr. Elustondo was born July 4, 1897 in Berriatua, Vizcaya, Spain. He owned and operated restaurants in Boise and Atlanta for 20 years and operated a vending machine service in the Ontario area for seven years. He moved to Ontario 14 years ago. He was married to Sally Burt on May 5, 1937 in Twin Falls.

Survivors in addition to his wife of Ontario include three cousins, John Gogenola of Burns and Bend, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Plaza, Reno, and second cousins Mrs. J.W. McMullen and Mrs. Robert Mortenson, both of Reno.

Unknown newspaper
http://basquemuseum.com/content/elustondo-laureano


 
Elustondo Urquiza, Laureano (I3321509)
 
10 14 Septiembre, 1928 ~ 19 de Mayo, 2017

(Publicado 20-23 Mayo de 2017 en Idaho Statesman, Legacy.com)

Dick was born to Basque immigrants Manuel and Mariana (Iturrieta) Navarro on September 14, 1928, at Barber, Idaho. He attended several elementary schools in the Boise-Meridian area and graduated from Meridian High School in 1946. He attended Boiise Junior College from 1946 to 1948, and in June 1948, he began his career at Idaho State Auto Association (AAA). At the outbreak of the Korean War, he was inducted into the U.S. Army, assigned to Battalion S-3, Replacement Training Center, from 1950 to 1952. Upon completion of active duty, he was assigned to a Ready Reserve Military Government/Civil Affairs Unit from which he was honorably discharged in 1957.

On November 7, 1953, he married Inez Elordi, daughter of Gabriel and Virginia (Mallea) Elordi. To this union were born daughter Marne and sons David, Greg, and Todd. They have eight grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren.

During his 45-year AAA career, he served on numerous national committees, was a board member of Auto Club Insurance Company, Columbus, OH, was a member of the Idaho Highway Users Conference, and a member of the Executive Board of the Idaho Safety Restraint Coalition. In 1970, he became Assistant Manager of Idaho AAA. In 1981, he was elected President and CEO, a position he held until retirement in 1993. In August 1996, Idaho and Oregon AAA merged, and he was elected to the Board of Directors of the newly formed corporation. In March 2002, the AAA building on Denton Street opened and was dedicated in his name, known as the "Navarro" building.

Dick and Inez traveled extensively attending business-related U.S. and international conferences. They sailed on five cruises from the Caribbean to Alaska to the Panama Canal. They visited most of western Europe and were in Germany following the removal of the Berlin Wall. The highlight of that trip was a tour of East and West Berlin, especially "Check Point Charlie," a guard post dividing U.S. and communist Germany. Several visits to the Basque Country brought them together with relatives on both sides. They forever remember their visits to Australia, New Zealand, and numerous visits to Hawaii.

Dick and Inez enjoyed their Terrace Lakes retreat for over 30 years, most notably on Father's Day when the entire clan invaded Terrace Lakes. What memories! Although their time at play was restricted to weekends until retirement, they soon became active in the Garden Valley community and made lasting friendships with other retirees. In June 2003, Dick aced the 16th hole, his first and last hole-in-one.

He was a member and past president of Euzkaldunak and a long-time member of St. Mark's Catholic Church. He is survived by wife Inez; children David (John), Marne Sieber (Rich), and Todd (Tracy); brother John (Gloria); and numerous nieces, nephews, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by father and mother Manuel and Mariana, sister Maria Teresa, sister Davina Stewart (Gilbert), son Greg (Joann), father- and mother-in-law Gabriel and Virginia Elordi, brother-in-law Robert Elordi, grandson Matt Sieber, and great nephew Brad Stewart.

Funeral services will be at 1:00 pm on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at St. Mark's Catholic Church, 7960 W. Northview Street, Boise, ID. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www.summersfuneral.com. 
Navarro, Richard Gregorio (I3702227)
 
11 14 Septiembre, 1928 ~ 19 de Mayo, 2017

(Publicado 20-23 Mayo de 2017 en Idaho Statesman, Legacy.com)

Dick was born to Basque immigrants Manuel and Mariana (Iturrieta) Navarro on September 14, 1928, at Barber, Idaho. He attended several elementary schools in the Boise-Meridian area and graduated from Meridian High School in 1946. He attended Boiise Junior College from 1946 to 1948, and in June 1948, he began his career at Idaho State Auto Association (AAA). At the outbreak of the Korean War, he was inducted into the U.S. Army, assigned to Battalion S-3, Replacement Training Center, from 1950 to 1952. Upon completion of active duty, he was assigned to a Ready Reserve Military Government/Civil Affairs Unit from which he was honorably discharged in 1957.

On November 7, 1953, he married Inez Elordi, daughter of Gabriel and Virginia (Mallea) Elordi. To this union were born daughter Marne and sons David, Greg, and Todd. They have eight grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren.

During his 45-year AAA career, he served on numerous national committees, was a board member of Auto Club Insurance Company, Columbus, OH, was a member of the Idaho Highway Users Conference, and a member of the Executive Board of the Idaho Safety Restraint Coalition. In 1970, he became Assistant Manager of Idaho AAA. In 1981, he was elected President and CEO, a position he held until retirement in 1993. In August 1996, Idaho and Oregon AAA merged, and he was elected to the Board of Directors of the newly formed corporation. In March 2002, the AAA building on Denton Street opened and was dedicated in his name, known as the "Navarro" building.

Dick and Inez traveled extensively attending business-related U.S. and international conferences. They sailed on five cruises from the Caribbean to Alaska to the Panama Canal. They visited most of western Europe and were in Germany following the removal of the Berlin Wall. The highlight of that trip was a tour of East and West Berlin, especially "Check Point Charlie," a guard post dividing U.S. and communist Germany. Several visits to the Basque Country brought them together with relatives on both sides. They forever remember their visits to Australia, New Zealand, and numerous visits to Hawaii.

Dick and Inez enjoyed their Terrace Lakes retreat for over 30 years, most notably on Father's Day when the entire clan invaded Terrace Lakes. What memories! Although their time at play was restricted to weekends until retirement, they soon became active in the Garden Valley community and made lasting friendships with other retirees. In June 2003, Dick aced the 16th hole, his first and last hole-in-one.

He was a member and past president of Euzkaldunak and a long-time member of St. Mark's Catholic Church. He is survived by wife Inez; children David (John), Marne Sieber (Rich), and Todd (Tracy); brother John (Gloria); and numerous nieces, nephews, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by father and mother Manuel and Mariana, sister Maria Teresa, sister Davina Stewart (Gilbert), son Greg (Joann), father- and mother-in-law Gabriel and Virginia Elordi, brother-in-law Robert Elordi, grandson Matt Sieber, and great nephew Brad Stewart.

Funeral services will be at 1:00 pm on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at St. Mark's Catholic Church, 7960 W. Northview Street, Boise, ID. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www.summersfuneral.com. 
Navarro, Richard Gregorio (I3702227)
 
12 1934 ~ 2017

Tomasa Goitiandia, 83, of Kuna died of natural causes on Friday, October 27, 2017, at a local hospital.

She was born in Mountain Home, Idaho on September 22, 1934, to Justo and Maria Erdoisa. Tomasa was raised in Bruneau, Idaho along with her sisters and best friends Carmen and Marie. Tomasa was proud to have been an American Legion Auxiliary Girls State delegate representing Bruneau High School in 1951. She graduated with honors in 1952.

Tomasa and her sisters loved going to Basque dances with their friends. It was at one of these dances that she met the love of her life, Benedicto Goitiandia. Tomasa and Benedicto married on October 29, 1960, enjoying fifty-seven years of marriaage. They were very proud of their two sons, David and Ramon. Tomasa and Benedicto were very involved in the Basque community. Many gatherings were held where Tomasa was well-known for cooking delicious meals at a moment's notice for large groups of people. The Goitiandia tables at the annual Basque picnic were always well visited.

Tomasa is survived by her husband, Benedicto, of Kuna; sons David (Anna) of Kuna and Ramon (Diana) of Boise; granddaughters Michele Thompson (J.J.), Julianna Goitiandia, and Andresa Goitiandia; and great-grandson Kenji Thompson. Tomasa is also survived by nieces, nephews, and cousins in both the United States and Spain. She was preceded in death by her parents Justo and Maria Erdoisa; brother Anjel; and sisters Lola, Carmen, and Marie. The family would like to thank St. Luke's Hospital, Advanced Family Medicine, and Horizon Home Health for the kindness and compassion shown to Tomasa and her family.

A Rosary will be held at 7 p.m., Sunday, November 5, 2017, at St. Mark's Catholic Church. The funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m., Monday, November 6, 2017. Burial will follow at Morris Hill Cemetery under the direction of Cloverdale Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to the Basque Museum and Cultural Center.

(published on Nov. 2, 2017 in Idaho Statesman, Legacy.com) 
Erdoiza, Tomasa (I4092379)
 
13 83-year-old Burley resident, died Sunday, July 22, 2001, at his home. He was born October 6, 1917, in Mountain Home, Idaho, the son of Jacinto J. and Rosario Aguirra Acaiturri. He moved to Burley, with his family, at a young age where he attended school graduating from Burley High School. He then entered the service during World War II, where he served as an engineer in the Marine Corp. Upon his honorable discharge, he moved to Oregon, where he worked at a school for abused boys. He wawas courageous in assisting these young men to overcome the unfair obstacles they had been given. He married Dona Rae Dayley on January 9, 1950, in Elko, Nev. They later divorced on January 18, 1971. He loved farming! He would farm during the day and worked as a bartender at night. He did bartending at the Yacht Club, Cassia National Bar, the Ponderosa, the Office Bar in Paul and at the Burley Inn. He was a member of the Catholic Church. Survivors include his children, Linda Gomez of BBoise, Terri Allan Lee of Burley, Kim Michael Hunter of Oakley, Wendy Rick Larson of Burley, Jeffrey Acaiturri of Hagerman and Micheal Paul Barnes of Burley; his siblings, Juanita Pinney and Joyce Gene Tonnemaker both of Washington and Joey Bettty Acaiturri of Oregon; 18 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Jacinto and Rosario Acaiturri; two sisters, Mary and Julia; four brothers, J. Pete, Louis, Leon and Gene and one great-granddaughter, Bridgette Rose Gomez. A private family service will be held under the direction of Rasmussen Funeral Home, Burley. The family suggests memorial be directed to Shriners Hospitals for Children, in care of Rasmussen Funeral Home, 1350 East 16th Street, Burley, ID 83318.

Times-News, The (Twin Falls, ID) - Wednesday, July 25, 2001 
Acaiturri, Philip (I4624834)
 
14 A special valentine was born in Kingfisher, Oklahoma in 1924, Mary Margene Thomas. She was one of eleven children born to William and RosaBelle Thomas. Since she was one of the youngest she always claimed to be spoiled.

They moved to Oregon while she was in school so she graduated from Klamath Union High School in Klamath Falls. While there she made friends with Polly Urquiaga, who introduced her to her brother, Dee. They were such good friends they had a double wedding on September 16, 1942.

When Margene moved to Arock she went from privileged to no electricity or running water. She and Dee had three children, Lazaro, Mary Dee and Bill, who were all raised on the Urquiaga ranch in Arock, along with their nephew, Jesse Cline. Bill was killed an auto accident in Burns, Oregon in 1960. Dee passed away in 1988.

Margene has spent the last four years in Vale at the Pioneer Nursing Home where she received much love and special care.

Margene is survived by Lazaro ( Peanuts) and his three children, Lazaro, Chris and Molly and their family and their mother Annie Miller, Mary Dee (Gerry) and their four children, Eric, Brian, Michelle and Brent and family and Jesse and his two children, Dee and Sandra and their families. She is also survived by three sisters-in-law, Polly Baltzor, Cecilia (Sam) Shields and Vic Eiguren, as well as many nieces and nephews.

Graveside services for Mary Margene Urquiaga will be held at 2 PM Saturday, June 4, 2011 at the Jordan Valley Cemetery, Jordan Valley, Oregon. Friends may call from 4PM to 8PM Friday at Flahiff Funeral Chapel, Caldwell.

Obituary from Flahiff Funeral Chapel 
Thomas, Margene (I4385308)
 
15 Abando baptism record - August 22, 1872. Page 206.

Godparents were Agustin Bilbao and Maria Ascuenaga.

BAUTISMOS
Fecha: 1872-08-22
Nombre y Apellidos: Agustin, Ascuénaga, Basterrica
Padre: Luis, Ascuénaga, Goyarzun
Madre: Saturnina, Basterrica, Urquijo
Localidad: Bilbao-Abando - Albia
Parroquia: Bilbao - / San Vicente Mártir
Página/folio: f. 205 vº
Fechas del libro: 1868 - 1872-12-25

 
Azcuenaga Basterrica, Agustin (I5886601)
 
16 According to church matriculas, Ramona lived in Miramar in the Atxoste auzoa.

BAUTISMOS-Registros originales
Fecha: 1877-03-24
Nombre y Apellidos: Maria Ramona, Gavicagoxeascoa, Echaniz
Padre: Pedro José, Gavicagoxeascoa, Bengoa
Madre: Maria Antonia, Echaniz, Ardanza
Localidad: Ereño-Ereño
Parroquia: Ereño - / San Miguel Arcángel
ID: 1369258
Página/folio: f. 080 rº
Fechas del libro: 1861-01-24 - 1910-12-07
 
Gabicagoxeascoa Echaniz, Ramona (I5456861)
 
17 According to his Funeral Card Tomas Erramuzpe has a sister Ramona Erramuzpe (ausente).

Also, for daughter's name say Maria Candelaria (and not Maria Cruz)
 
Garaicoechea, Tomas Erramuzpe (I6604447)
 
18 According to Koldo San Sebastian: ERNAUT, Peter

Nacido hacia 1892. Llegó en 1911. En 1920, trabajaba como pastor en Mina, Mineral Co. En 1930, ra propietario de una soft dirk parlor en Gardnerville, Douglas Co. Casado con Marianne (llegada en 1926) era padre de Isadora (1929). Con ellos vivían sus sobrinos Lucille (1914), Billy (1915), Marie (1916) y Anina (1917) Borda. 
Ernaut, Pierre (I5700887)
 
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Pean, L. (I6590445)
 
20 According to Pierre Lacouague, his brother Joseph died of Meningitis just before he turned 2 years old. Lacouague, Joseph (I6590398)
 
21 acramento:
BAUTISMOS-Registros originales
Fecha:
1853-10-21
Nombre y Apellidos:
Josefa Antonia, Yrazabal, Urionagoena
Padre:
Juan Antonio, Yrazabal, Echabe
Madre:
Maria Ygnacia, Urionagoena, Mallea
Comentarios:
Parroquia
Diócesis
Bilbao
Territorio histórico:
BIZKAIA
Localidad:
Munitibar-Arbatzegi
Parroquia:
53140 San Vicente Mártir
Fondo:
01.02.01.254 / Fondos Parroquiales / Archivos Parroquiales / Munitibar - Arbatzegi / San Vicente Mártir
Localización
ID:
463860
Código de Referencia
ES/AHEB-BEHA/F006.254 (0146/003-01)
Signatura
0146/003-01
Sig.Antigua
0002/003-01
Sig.Microfilm
9-023-01
Sig.Digital
Sig. Digital Libro
014600301
Página/folio
f. 099 rº
Fechas del libro
1837 - 1864 
Irazabal Urionaguena y Mallea, Josefa Nicolasa (I5480688)
 
22 acramento:
BAUTISMOS-Registros originales
Fecha:
1867-03-14
Nombre y Apellidos:
Josefa Florentina, Garatea, Coscorroza
Padre:
Juan Bautista, Garatea, Achurra
Madre:
Maria Dominga, Coscorroza, Arriola de Berriatua
Comentarios:

Murió párvulo;
Nota marginal: Defunción;
Parroquia
Diócesis
Bilbao
Territorio histórico:
BIZKAIA
Localidad:
Amoroto-Amoroto
Parroquia:
53010 San Martín Obispo
Fondo:
01.02.01.014 / Fondos Parroquiales / Archivos Parroquiales / Amoroto - Amoroto / San Martín Obispo
Localización
ID:
276247
Código de Referencia
ES/AHEB-BEHA/F006.014 (0129/001-01)
Signatura
0129/001-01
Sig.Antigua
0007/001-00
Sig.Microfilm
Sig.Digital
Sig. Digital Libro
012900101
Página/folio
f. 034 vº
Fechas del libro
1863 - 1904 
Garatea Coscorroza, Josefa Florentina (I3364253)
 
23 acramento:
BAUTISMOS-Registros originales
Fecha:
1881-04-18
Nombre y Apellidos:
Agustin, Yrazabal, Urionagüena
Padre:
Cristoval, Yrazabal, Zuazo
Madre:
Dominga, Urionagüena, Jayo
Comentarios:

Nota marginal: Matrimonio;
Parroquia
Diócesis
Bilbao
Territorio histórico:
BIZKAIA
Localidad:
Munitibar-Arbatzegi
Parroquia:
53140 San Vicente Mártir
Fondo:
01.02.01.254 / Fondos Parroquiales / Archivos Parroquiales / Munitibar - Arbatzegi / San Vicente Mártir
Localización
ID:
471351
Código de Referencia
ES/AHEB-BEHA/F006.254 (0147/001-01)
Signatura
0147/001-01
Sig.Antigua
0003/001-01
Sig.Microfilm
9-023-02
Sig.Digital
Sig. Digital Libro
014700101
Página/folio
f. 126 rº
Fechas del libro
1864 - 1892 
Yrazabal-Urionagüena, Agustin (I3103672)
 
24 acramento:
BAUTISMOS-Registros originales
Fecha:
1895-10-19
Nombre y Apellidos:
Pedro, Zumeta, Ybarlucea
Padre:
José Maria, Zumeta, Arechaval
Madre:Ybarlucea
Maria Antonia, Ybarlucea, Larrañaga
Comentarios:
Parroquia
Diócesis
Bilbao
Territorio histórico:
BIZKAIA
Localidad:
Etxebarria-Etxebarria
Parroquia:
53040 San Andrés Apóstol
Fondo:
01.02.01.168 / Fondos Parroquiales / Archivos Parroquiales / Etxebarria - Etxebarria / San Andrés Apóstol
Localización
ID:
417346
Código de Referencia
ES/AHEB-BEHA/F006.168 (1963/001-00)
Signatura
1963/001-00
Sig.Antigua
0009/001-00
Sig.Microfilm
Sig.Digital
Sig. Digital Libro
196300100
Página/folio
p. 191 - 192
Fechas del libro
1886-06-19 - 1907-03-21 
Zumaeta-Ybarlucea, Pedro (I6358495)
 
25 acramento:
BAUTISMOS-Registros originales
Fecha:
1898-03-23
Nombre y Apellidos:
Basilio Deogracias, Aldecoa, Egaña
Padre:
Luis, Aldecoa, Borda
Madre:
Roca, Egaña, Bilbao
Comentarios:
Parroquia
Diócesis
Bilbao
Territorio histórico:
BIZKAIA
Localidad:
Lekeitio-Lekeitio
Parroquia:
53070 La Asunción de Nuestra Señora
Fondo:
01.02.01.228 / Fondos Parroquiales / Archivos Parroquiales / Lekeitio - Lekeitio / La Asunción de Nuestra Señora
Localización
ID:
967469
Código de Referencia
ES/AHEB-BEHA/F006.228 (7396/002-00)
Signatura
7396/002-00
Sig.Antigua
/-
Sig.Microfilm
Sig.Digital
Sig. Digital Libro
739600200
Página/folio
p. 285
Fechas del libro
1894-05-03 - 1899-09-03 
Aldecoa Egaña, Basilio Deogracias (I4493184)
 
26 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F915795
 
27 Acte 3 (page 6 Internet) Harguindeguy, Marie (I6011157)
 
28 Acte 3 - p. 15 Internet Harguindeguy, Charles (I6011158)
 
29 Acte de mariage

Commune : Les Aldudes
Code INSEE : 64016
Département : Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Date de l'acte : 01/07/1855
Epoux :
Nom de l'époux : ERNAUTENE Jean
Epouse :
Nom de l'épouse : INDA Marie
Références :
Commentaire général : 1853-1862->Document1
Libre : collection communale
Crédits :
Transcripteur : Sylvie Alfaro
Gestion :
Date dépot initial : 18 Nov 2012 
Family F1563328
 
30 Acte de mariage
Commune : Saint-Etienne-de-Baïgorry
Code INSEE : 64477
Département : Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Date de l'acte : 04-05-1890
Nom de l'époux : ESPIL Pierre
Nom de l'épouse : SARRY Catherine
Références :
Cote : 4 E 477/9
Libre : 3
page 2

 
Family F1546208
 
31 Acte de mariage

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Commune : Les Aldudes
Code INSEE : 64016
Département : Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Date de l'acte : 27/01/1845
Epoux :
Nom de l'époux : SANSINENA Jean
Epouse :
Nom de l'épouse : LAXAGUE Marie
Références :
Commentaire général : 1843-1852->Document1
Libre : collection communale
Crédits :
Transcripteur : Sylvie Alfaro
Gestion :
Date dépot initial : 18 Nov 2012

 
Family F25
 
32 Acte de mariage detaille
Larressore 17/10/1842
Lacouague Pierre
Résidence : (Biarritz)
Fils de :
et de :
Jauriberry Marie Louise
Résidence : Habansa 
Family F1806164
 
33 Acte de naissance/baptême

Commune : Urepel
Code INSEE : 64543
Département / Province : Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Nouveau-né :
Nom de l'enfant : ERNAUT Jean baptiste
Date de l'acte : 27-12-1882
Sexe :
Parents :
Nom du père : ERNAUT Pierre
Nom de la mère : SANSINENA Maria Isidora
Références :
Commentaire général : BORDALUCIA
Lien vers la photo (cliquez) : 1873-1882->Document1
Crédits :
Transcripteur : Sylvie Alfaro
Déposant : Louradour Isabelle 
Ernaut, Jean Baptiste (I5726435)
 
34 Acte de naissance/baptême

Commune : Urepel
Code INSEE : 64543
Département / Province : Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Nouveau-né :
Nom de l'enfant : ERNAUT Jean edouard
Date de l'acte : 13-10-1885
Sexe :
Parents :
Nom du père : ERNAUT Pierre
Nom de la mère : SANSINENA Marie Isidora
Références :
Commentaire général : BORDALUCIA
Lien vers la photo (cliquez) : 1883-1892->Document1
Crédits :
Transcripteur : Sylvie Alfaro
Déposant : Louradour Isabelle 
Ernaut, Jean Edouard (I5726433)
 
35 Acte de naissance/baptême

Commune : Urepel
Code INSEE : 64543
Département / Province : Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Nouveau-né :
Nom de l'enfant : ERNAUT Marie
Date de l'acte : 12-01-1884
Sexe :
Parents :
Nom du père : ERNAUT Pierre
Nom de la mère : SANSINENA Marie Isidora
Références :
Commentaire général : BORDALUCIA
Lien vers la photo (cliquez) : 1883-1892->Document1
Crédits :
Transcripteur : Sylvie Alfaro
Déposant : Louradour Isabelle 
Ernaut, Marie (I5726434)
 
36 Acte de naissance/baptême

Commune : Urepel
Code INSEE : 64543
Département / Province : Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Nouveau-né :
Nom de l'enfant : ERNAUT Marie
Date de l'acte : 29-12-1887
Sexe :
Parents :
Nom du père : ERNAUT Pierre
Nom de la mère : SANSINENA Isidora
Références :
Commentaire général : BORDALUCIA
Lien vers la photo (cliquez) : 1883-1892->Document1
Crédits :
Transcripteur : Sylvie Alfaro
Déposant : Louradour Isabelle 
Ernaut, Marie (i5714349)
 
37 Acte de naissance/baptême

Commune : Urepel
Code INSEE : 64543
Département / Province : Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Nouveau-né :
Nom de l'enfant : ESPIL Jean
Date de l'acte : 28-08-1874
Sexe :
Parents :
Nom du père : ESPIL Pierre
Nom de la mère : SARRY Catherine
Références :
Commentaire général : ICHABELENE GARAYA
Lien vers la photo (cliquez) : 1873-1882->Document1
Crédits :
Transcripteur : Sylvie Alfaro
Déposant : Louradour Isabelle 
Espil, Jean (I5674152)
 
38 Acte de naissance/baptême

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Commune : Les Aldudes
Code INSEE : 64016
Département / Province : Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Nouveau-né :
Nom de l'enfant : SANSINENA Jean
Date de l'acte : 10-06-1815
Sexe :
Commentaire : Martinchoïnia
Parents :
Nom du père : SANSINENA Martin
Nom de la mère : CHAHARRA Marie
Références :
Cote : AD64, 5 MI 50
Libre : collection communale
Lien vers la photo (cliquez) : 1813-1822->Document1
Crédits :
Transcripteur : Sylvie Alfaro
Déposant :

 
Sansinena, Jean (I113)
 
39 After marrying Martina Mugica and Damcho lived in El Toro, California. No Children. She got sick and went back to Navarra and died in Spain. Mugica, Martina (I6618554)
 
40 Agustin, Florentina and Pedro left Le Havre on October 10 and arrived at Ellis Island on October 17, 1908. They were detained for medical reasons. According to the manifest, Agustin had been to Silver City in 1895. I have checked the manifests of all ships leaving from Havre in 1895 and did not find a record for him. I will check other locations.
 
Uberuaga Gaviola, Agustin Antolin (I5748197)
 
41 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mailles, A. (I6590448)
 
42 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mailles, A. (I6590447)
 
43 Albert Mailles was killed in the French Army during World War II. Mailles, Albert (I6590449)
 
44 Alex Colby Arritola, age 20, of La Grande, died Monday, October 11, 2004 in an automobile accident. A celebration of life will begin at 11:00 a.m. Thursday at Pioneer Park with a luncheon to follow at the La Grande Country Club in Island City. Participants are invited to bring photos and memories to share. Viewing will be from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. today at Loveland Funeral Chapel.

Mr. Arritola was born on August 20, 1984, to Ron and Mona Arritola in La Grande. He was a five-year all-star with Babe Ruth League and played baseball in high school. He graduated from La Grande High School in 2002 and attended Southern Oregon University. He worked at Artesian Blue in Cove, and enjoyed being with his friends and family, music, baseball, motorcycles, camping, hunting, fishing, the outdoors, skateboarding, snow boarding, hauling snow in a pick-up to build booters and kickers and waiting for more snow.

He was described by his family as the nicest guy that ever lived. He is leaving a large hole in the hearts in those who knew and loved him.

Survivors include his parents and a sister, Kayla Arritola, all of La Grande; grandparents, John and Florence Arritola of Forest Grove, Diana Sanger of Olympia, Washington and Art Sanger of Ritzville, Washington; great grandparents, Gordon and June Hagan of Spokane, Washington and other relatives.

Memorials may be made in lieu of flowers or gifts to the La Grande Booster Club, PO Box 2991, La Grande, Oregon 97850 
Arritola, Alex Colby (I5786900)
 
45 Alice Mailles Marc has been a professor and I am most thankful for all the geneology work she did on the Lacouague Family tree and research for the home Cochcoinea. Mailles, Alice (I6590438)
 
46 Although she appears as Santa in the 1940 US census, she is likely Ana Juana Ybaseta Leniz:
Sacramento:
BAUTISMOS-Registros originales
Fecha: 1887-07-26
Nombre y Apellidos: Ana Juana, Ybaseta, Leniz
Padre: -----, -----, -----
Madre: Juana, Ybaseta, Leniz
Comentarios: Hijo natural; Padre desconocido / No consta;
Lekeitio-Lekeitio
Parroquia: 53070 La Asunción de Nuestra Señora
ID: 1065093
Página/folio p. 156
Fechas del libro 1886-01-01 - 1894-05-02 
Ybaseta Leniz, Ana Juana (I7120508)
 
47 Amelia (Millie) Alcorta, age 92, passed away peacefully at Humboldt General Hospital in Winnemucca on Wednesday, March 5.

Born Dec. 23, 1922, in Winnemucca to John and Dolores (Bengoa) Muguira, Amelia grew up in Winnemucca where she attended the Winnemucca Grammar School and graduated from the eighth grade. During that time, she lived with John and Marie Esparza at the Winnemucca Hotel. The Esparza family loved her as both a daughter and sister in her nine years with them.

Upon graduating, Amelia moved to McDermitt where she lived with Angel and Candida Aboitiz. There she began working as a clerk and bartender at the Highway Bar and Store where she eventually met the love of her life, Benardo Alcorta. They marrieied in 1948, and with the union, Amelia officially achieved "sainthood" sanctioned by the Vatican. Amelia and Benardo were blessed with two children, Lorraine and Frank. They were loved so well by Amelia that Benardo repeatedly told her she would go get the moon for them if they asked. She would readily agree with him.

Amelia was a homemaker as well as a partner in all of her husband's many endeavors including ranching, operating a full service gas station, and wrecker service. In later years she was surrounded by her numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren whom she adored and often cared for.
Humboldt Sun, The (Winnemucca, NV) - Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Amelia was preceded in death by her husband, Benardo, sister Mary Strawbridge, brother Frank Muguira, baby brother Muguira who died at birth, son Frank and great grandson Jordan Rugh. Survivors include her brother Cleto (Charlotte) Muguira, daughter Lorraine (Howard) Huttman, grandchildren, Beverly (Travis) Nagel, Heather (John) Journeycake, Hailey (Dustin) Christean, Jamie Alcorta, David (Corinna) Alcorta, Ryan (Reme) Huttman, Olivia (Dale) Mentaberry as well as 14 great-grandchildren, all of whom she adored.

Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 14 in McDermitt, Nev., followed by a reception at the McDermitt Community Center. All relatives and friends are welcome to attend.

The family would like to thank all of the friends who would stop to visit with and bring food or gifts to Amelia at her home in McDermitt in the years following Benardo's passing. Company gave her great joy. 
Muguira, Emilia (I3092468)
 
48 Amuma's certificate from the basque country (when she applied for us citizenship) showed:
DOB 5/22/1901
Father: Juan Antonio Bilbao Omar
Mother: Micaela Astorica Berrojaleiz
PGP: Juan Bilbao & Manuela Omar
MGP: Miquel Astorica & Josefa Berrojaleiz

Church: Santa Maria - Gernika
Libro 2 folio 132 middle 26

her Ellis Island info said she was from Ajanguiz

 
Bilbao Astoreca, Elena (I1213096)
 
49 Anastasia Gabica was not his mother. Miguel was in Cuba in 1893 and previous wife had Joe.

BAUTISMOS-Registros originales
Fecha: 1894-03-09
Nombre y Apellidos: José Manuel, Gavicagoxeascoa, Gavicagoxeascoa
Padre: Ramon, Gavicagoxeascoa, Echaniz
Madre: Celestina, Gavicagoxeascoa, Zabalveazcoa
Nota marginal: Matrimonio;
Localidad: Ereño-Ereño
Parroquia: Ereño - / San Miguel Arcángel
ID: 1368804
Página/folio: f. 218 vº - 219 rº
Fechas del libro: 1861-01-24 - 1910-12-07
 
Gabicagoxeascoa Gabicagoxeascoa, Jose (I5456886)
 
50 Andy Echanis, a long time Pendleton resident and businessman, known for
decades as Andy "Blitz" throughout Umatilla and Morrow counties, died
early Sunday evening, July 8. He was 93 years old.

Born Andres Jose Echanis, June 12th, 1919 at a Basque boarding house on
Grove Street in Boise, Idaho. He was the eldest of five children of Ignacio
"Jack" Echanis and Maria Pagoaga, both Basque immigrants from Spain. He
grew up in Ontario, Oregon in his family-owned boarding house for Basque
sheep herders. All through his school years he excelled in sports; football,
basketball, and baseball. Also, as a teenager and a young man he worked as
a camp tender in his family sheep business in the Steens mountains area of
southeast Oregon. It is estimated that he has his named carved on close to
500 trees on the mountain dating back to the 1930's which are now part of a
historical landmark in that area. He had provided a good deal of oral history
for the Boise Basque Museum on his subject, as well as his experience in
meeting new Basque immigrants to the Ontario Area at the train station and
orienting them to the town as he spoke fluent Basque.

Andy graduated from Ontario High School in 1939 and attended Oregon
State University on a baseball scholarship until he joined the United States
Marine Corps in 1942. He was promoted to the rank of master Tech
Sergeant. He was also designated as a rifle marksman and air crafter armory
specialist. He served in the Marshall Island Operations specifically on
Midway Island and Guam in the south Pacific during World War II.

After his discharge in 1945, he returned to Ontario and worked various jobs,
mostly related to the beverage industry. Eventually, he became the district
sales representative for Lucky Lager beer in Yakima, Washington. In
January 1953, he married Lucy McKnight and his son and daughter were
born in Yakima.

In 1956, he moved to Pendleton after purchasing Umatilla Distributing, a
beer and wine sales company. The business grew and prospered over the
next 28 years until its sale in 1984. He became known as Andy "Blitz"
because Blitz-Weinhard was one of the name brand beers that he sold which
he made very popular in this area.

Besides being known for his capacity for hard work, he had a great love for
hunting, fishing, and the outdoors. Andy also enjoyed cooking specialty
Basque dishes learned in his early sheep camp days. He specialized in Dutch
oven campfire bread and worked on many of the large lamb barbecues put
on by Mario's Basque Barbecue in this area. After his retirement from the
beer business, he worked well into his 80's at the Rainbow Cafe on Main
Street in Pendleton arriving sometimes as early as 4:30 am to oversee its
opening at 6 am of the bar and restaurant as a relief manager for his long
term friend, Don Webb.

In June 1975, he married Thelma Purcell of Pendleton, they were married
for 37 years.

Andy is proceeded in death by his parents and one brother. Cam Echanis.
Besides his wife, Thelma, he is survived by a daughter Paula Rosenberg,
Pendleton, and a son Carols Echanis, East Hampton, New York. Also, a step
son and daughter, Bruce Purcell and Kirn Hinkle, both of Pendleton. Seven
grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Two younger brothers, John and
Frank Echanis and a sister, Josephine Keim, all of Ontario, survive as well.

In lieu of a funeral service a celebration of life will be held at the Pendleton
Elks Lodge on Saturday, July 14 2012 at 1 pm. Donations in Andy's name
may be made to the local Humane Society or to the Ontario Basque
Museum. 
Echanis, Andres (I141146)
 

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