|Mathias Beyer||Join us at... von Krogh|
Thank you for the beautiful job you have done here :)
|Clementine||RE: Halvor Danielson|
Nice to meet you!:) Halvor Danielson was my Great-great grandfather. My line goes through his daughter, Susana Marie, who was the mother of my beloved grandmother, Ida Cecelia Marker.
If I can help you fill in blanks in any way you can email me privately...I would be happy to help :)
Jacob #121845551 has the wrong info in his biography. He was only an infant. Should it probably be in his brother Jacob #43280477.
Added by Sandra on Aug 01, 2015 6:52 AM
|Debra Dennis||RE: Laurentinus Torgerson|
You are most welcome. Glad to help you.
I also found Ricord W. Torgerson buried there too by Fred, I made a memorial and put the picture on it. I can transfer it to you if you like, just let me know.
|Sharon Christensen||RE: Cole Danielson|
You are so very welcome for the photo. Was reading your bio. Glad to hear that you will be able to take photos. It sounds like you are excited about it and it is great to go to the cemeteries and get pictures. Take care.
|David Laughtin||RE: Carl Anderson|
I went ahead and linked Carl to Minnie but her death date on her marker is off by one year from what you have on her memorial. Best wishes to you.
|Pat Braaten||RE: Ingeborg Torgerson|
You are welcome. I am glad to help.
|Linda Rhoadarmer||FAG #121845777 - Torgerson|
Why did you put a memorial to the above individual in the Lutheran Cemetery in Minot, N.D.? Do you have cemetery records? Linda
|Historic1||Hi again...found family book again|
Haven't forgotten about you, been either sick, lazy, or busy. Anyway, went to see parents last week for the first time in over a year; did some research in book and found both of us.
If I have your name correctly you are #3d5b5 on page 192; I am #3d2a1 on page 187. Really great to be able to study it again; had forgotten how many pix of both sides of the pond were in it.
The mystery that my dad and I are working on has to do w/ my grandmother's first husband who died of an illness in 1912 and is buried near Mankato; he has a F-A-G entry and supposedly an obit in the Mankato newspaper archives. Wish me luck.
Hope you are well and that any searches you do are productive.
|Dan Ryan||RE: Nina and Joseph Cheneler|
You're welcome, glad I could help.
Added by Dan Ryan on Jul 28, 2014 4:22 PM
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