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Arthur F. Meincke (#46825980)
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Bio Photo Education: University of Minnesota, B.A.
Resident of New Mexico.

Home State: Minnesota.

I am interested in Surnames of: Meincke, Hoeft, Sprick, Heitman, Heitmann, Henning and Fitschen.

Please contact me with any questions complaints, or burial information.
Thank you.
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Messages left for Arthur F. Meinc... (15)[Leave Message]
Joyce Chalmers
RE: Gladys Meincke
I located her marker and posted it to her memorial.
Added by Joyce Chalmers on Sep 23, 2015 9:30 AM
Joyce Chalmers
RE: Gladys Meincke
I have sent an email to the cemetery to double check the info that was given to me to make sure it was correct. I will let you know what I find out.
Added by Joyce Chalmers on Aug 24, 2015 10:13 PM
RE: Edward Meincke
I'll be happy to transfer his memorial to you if you'd like me to.
Added by Merf on Sep 17, 2014 11:34 AM
Meincke, Greenwood
He is War Between the States age - do you know if he served, and which side if he did? I'm documenting CSA Vets at Greenwood.
Added by Merf on Sep 16, 2014 8:09 PM
Edward Meincke, Greenwood, Orlando
Edward's grave is unmarked. He's in "Stranger's Row", which means likely section H, and those graves are rarely marked. I have already walked, researched and photographed any grave that could be before 1900, and scoured section H - sparsely populated with markers, but absolutely full.

I've added the undertaker memo, and I'll add the pic I have of section H in a few minutes.
Added by Merf on Sep 16, 2014 8:05 PM
Lake City Historical Society
Ralph S
Ralph has been getting a lot more attention around Lake City. Treats and Treasures, a local business, has set up a small water skiing museum. Jeff Kusnia, Donis Boss's husband, portrayed Ralph at the L C Library during Water Ski Days. Ralph's ski are on display at the LC Marina. He has also been featured in our recent DVD Famous Name of Lake City
Added by Lake City Historical Soci... on Aug 15, 2013 7:32 AM
RE: Charles Tate
I am so glad that I could fulfill your request.If I can take any other pictures at the SFNC, please let me know. -Melissa
Added by Melissa on Aug 11, 2013 6:59 PM
Sharon Christensen
RE: Lloyd Needham & Emily Needham
You are welcome for the photo. That is really neat that you remember him from the hospital. That is very interesting about the packing plant. Will have to check into that. I am curious where it was located, etc. Take care.
Added by Sharon Christensen on Aug 10, 2013 7:42 PM
Michele Goff
Dorothy Goff
Thank you Arthur for visiting my mother's memorial page. May God bless you and your family always.
Added by Michele Goff on Jul 12, 2013 10:18 AM
susan singh
RE: Emma Stearns
Thank you kindly for your response. Her 3 children have left me an amazing heritage. Her son Harold Jr. (my grandfather) jr. was a great WW2 war hero and spy at Fort Hunt. I have gathered a good bit of files from archives on his military/spy endeavors. I see this virtual find a grave design so helpful in helping provide a needed path for family and those searching for historical data and family history. All the best, Susan
Added by susan singh on Jan 19, 2013 9:51 AM
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