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Colonial Chapel John O Connor Menlo Park
657 Oak Grove Avenue
Menlo Park , CA 94025
(650) 323-5143
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Living in the past: Uncovering your home's roots - San Jose Mercury News

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
Homes that now are urban may once have been in the county, and places we now consider suburban may have deep histories with rich documentation, such as is found in Alameda, Martinez and Menlo Park. The biggest challenges are posed by subdivisions such as Foster City, which were privately developed. Along the way, there may be dead ends, confusing facts and unexpected twists. Perhaps the home was moved. When downtown Palo Alto burgeoned, in-the-way residences were put on trucks and unloaded in midtown. Streets sometimes change names; towns change boundaries. Records may have been lost due to carelessness or fires, floods and other disasters. "People come in expecting that we have all this information gathered up, and we just need to go to the files and bring it up," says Ralph Pearce, clerk of the California Room at the San Jose Library. "It takes effort. It takes time. People spend hours up here." And sometimes, even after all that work, you can come up empty-handed. But it's a mission of love, not money. Historical facts don't necessarily translate into a higher price when it comes time to sell, says the California Association of Realtors -- unless it was designed by a noted architect or someone famous lived there. The value is in the trove of stories. And when you're done, you can add onto your house's history with your own stories. Here's how to start: Look around you Start off easy. Your first step should be a search of the property. My home's previous owner only left a pile of fluorescent light bulbs, but you might get lucky and find something useful, like a copy of a building permit tacked onto a garage or basement wall. Sometimes blueprints are left behind, which contain names and dates. There might be other intriguing clues. My kitchen...

Funeral held for scientist killed in lab explosion - The Almanac Online

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Adrian Martin, the 56-year-old scientist killed in an explosion at Membrane Technology and Research Inc. in Menlo Park on Sept. 2, was quietly laid to rest this week.According to the Lima & Capagna Mortuary, his family held a service in San Jose on Wednesday and attended the burial the following day. The family chose not to provide an obituary; Mr. Martin left behind a wife, Livia, and a 17-year-old daughter.At the time of the explosion, Mr. Martin was preparing a pre-gas mixture involving methane, ...

Funeral held for scientist killed in lab explosion - The Almanac Online

Thu, Sep 22, 2011
Adrian Martin, the 56-year-old scientist killed in an explosion at Membrane Technology and Research Inc. in Menlo Park on Sept. 2, was quietly laid to rest this week.According to the Lima & Capagna Mortuary, his family held a service in San Jose on Wednesday and attended the burial the following day. The family chose not to provide an obituary; Mr. Martin left behind a wife, Livia, and a 17-year-old daughter.At the time of the explosion, Mr. Martin was preparing a pre-gas mixture involving methane, ...




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