|William Bjornstad (#47016546)|
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I was born in South Bend IN and raised in Elkhart IN, and moved to southwestern Illinois, near St Louis MO, after a four-year tour with the US Air Force when I graduated from high school. I have always been fascinated by cemeteries ever since I was a young child, especially small family cemeteries. In the last 30-plus years, I have delved into my family genealogy on my father's (Bjornstad) and mother's (Denson) side. My paternal grandfather, Kristian Bjornstad, immigrated from Norway in the early 1900s, eventually settling in eastern North Dakota. His oldest brother had an interest in the Bjornstad genealogy and he compiled the family record into a book and had it published in Oslo Norway in 1943, which traces the family origins to the first king of Norway. I have used it as a reference when submitting memorials for my father's ancestors on Find A Grave. On my mother's side, a distant cousin, Dr. Marion E. Denson of Columbia TN (now deceased) published a genealogy book in 1997 on the Denson families in America, tracing them back to the mid-1600s, when a William Denson came from England and settled in southern Virginia, near the present-day city of Norfolk. This book has been a great source of reference for my Find A Grave memorials pertaining to my Denson ancestors. Additionally, I want to give special thanks to Ronald C. Denson of Birmingham AL (now deceased) who also compiled a genealogy of my Denson ancestors which was very helpful.|
I also want to give special thanks to my wife, Angela Bjornstad, for her help in formatting the photos that I have posted to Find A Grave.
I am acceptable to transferring memorials on Find A Grave to anyone who requests them and who is a direct descendant of the person whose memorial I have posted, unless I am also a direct descendant. If I have incorrectly stated any information for any memorial that I manage, please use the Edit tab feature and I will gladly make the necessary correction(s). Also, I do not object if anyone posts pictures to any memorials that I created and still manage.
I do not have the ability to instantly make any changes or corrections to the Famous memorials that I have posted. Only the Find A Grave administrators can do that. If you should find an error on any Famous memorial that is credited to me, please contact email@example.com and provide them with the required changes/corrections.
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|RicknRedmond||Gen Arthur Murray|
Thank you for adding the photo of my great grandfather in Oct of '16. I had never seen that photo before. You folks at Find A Grave do a great service. Thank you again.
Rick Murray, Redmond, OR
Merry Christmas to you and yours. I hope you have a great holiday. Thank you for the info on Clarence Case..I sent the listings to edit to have them merged.
Added by K on Dec 24, 2016 8:59 PM
|cptjeff36||RE: Major General John Irvin Gregg|
Thanks for responding. I've looked at their site on line but he doesn't kick up in the search engine. Do you have a copy of this in a higher resolution?
|cptjeff36||Major General John Irvin Gregg|
I was wondering where you got the great photo of BVT MG John Irvin Gregg. I have been trying to find an image of him for a forthcoming book and need a high resolution scan of this fantastic image.
|divided||Benjamin Harrison Bio|
Hello, I noticed this line in the biography for Benjamin Harrison: "On October 20, 2853 he married Caroline Lavinia Scott." I'm sure you meant 1853. Just an FYI!
Added by divided on Dec 13, 2016 10:51 AM
|Keith C.||William Murray|
Thank you for finding/posting William's picture - he was my 3rd Great Grandfather. It's always wonderful to see what our ancestor's looked like and the clothes they wore.
Added by Keith C. on Nov 25, 2016 2:32 PM
You posted a very good biography of Corey Haim, however, there's a small tidbit, which came to light in recent months, which needs to be corrected:
Regarding the movie "Busted," where Corey Feldman claimed he had to fire Corey Haim because of drugs, what really happened was that Feldman included Haim's former abuser in the cast, and when Haim learned of this, he suddenly quit the film. To save face, Feldman told the media the next day that he fired Haim because of drugs.
|Paula Stout||Find a grave#5578|
Looking through my father's genealogy, found a journal about Oliver Ellsworth, not signed, written about him. Saw you have his bio in find a grave, if you are related, thought you might want this journal. It was written with a quill pen and the writing is very tiny, but insightful. It has 4 pages
and it is lite, could try to fax, and then mail.
Please advise if you want this journal or what individual in your family would like to have it?
No relation and unsure where it came from, thought you might be interested.
Please advise. Paula Stout
|Archie Gilbert||Charles Alfred Jarvis|
William, I have just placed photo of Charles' grave in Cupar, Fife, Scotland. Not sure if you would get a notification ? Great bio. Thankyou. I am not related, just got involved photographing graves of the fallen and others.
|Thomas Finley||RE: LTG Richard Seitz Photo Correct?|
Thanks for doing the relook and making the change. This was a good image of a younger LTG Seitz as an LTC.
After I wrote you, I happened to have switched to Bing and did a search on" LTG Seitz". Within the photo away pulled up was the image of Colonel Robert Sink but misidentified as LTG Seitz.
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