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Thank you for visiting my dad on his angel day.
Added by Dan on Oct 20, 2016 10:39 PM
|Raymond C. Murduff||Memorial #122862558|
I have a question regarding the above Memorial. Recently I was notified that James Murdoff is not buried in Elmoow Cemetery by Contributer Garth Woodward. His state ment reads as follows: "I am writing about the "James Murdoff" memorial on Find A Grave, which you are now the owner of. I am working on fixing some of the mistakes that are on Find A Grave for Elmwood Cemetery. When the data spreadsheets were uploaded to Find A Grave, some of the data became mixed up. Some last names and burial plots were mixed around. There is no James Murdoff buried in this cemetery at all. The name should have been James Murison, buried in Jan. 1950, and buried in plot 11-G0126. I am going to create a memorial for this James Murison, and I believe that the memorial for James Murdoff should be deleted." Could this be possibly true? Your input would be much appreciated.
I just noticed your last name is Shipman. I had relatives in Wpg. with that name. I wonder if there is any connection.
Major Shipman was killed in WW1 but his family seems to have moved away. His wife probably remarried.
What do you think?
|C Dawson||Fort Snelling|
I wanted to thank you for taking the time to get Dominic and Evelyn's headstone pic. Your efforts are greatly appreciated!
Added by C Dawson on Oct 17, 2016 7:35 AM
|Larry Olson||Edward & Mae Johnson photos|
Thank you very much!
Thank you for transferring Forward's from New Foundland
Added by Theresa on Oct 15, 2016 5:44 AM
|Tina Mallory||Correct Name Spelling|
Hi Christina, i believe you have entered the last name incorrectly for an entire family at
Weyburn Census Division
You have the last name spelt as McQuaig, the Q should actually be a C. You can check out this link that shows pictures of the headstones for verification. www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cansacem/bengough.html
Thank you for all your work on this site, it is very much appreciated.
|Connie||August Boyn Memorial# 154516864|
I just wanted to make a correction to my recent post. The people listed as children of this August Boyn are not his step siblings. They are his half brothers and sisters. Same father, different mother. Sorry if that caused any confusion. Connie
Added by Connie on Oct 03, 2016 9:48 PM
|Connie||August Boyn Memorial# 154516864|
Hi Christina. I just found this memorial because I had sent for information on Boyn and just today received my letter from State of Minnesota, Adjutant General's Office, Graves Registration Section and found out August Boyn had a grave site on Lot 5, block 6. I just wanted to clarify something. I believe this grave stone is referring to August Boyn's son by his first marriage to Maria Sophia Friedel. This son was born "Wilhelm Gustav Boyn" and was also known as "Augustus (August) Jr.". He was born in 1844 in Plauen, Saxony, Germany and died in the Civil War on March 15, 1864 according to his civil war records I found. The "children" listed on the web site are actually all his step brothers and sisters, the children of August Boyn, his father, ("heir to the Servian Throne") and his 2nd wife Sophia Wilhelmina Tittel. (August Boyn was my 2nd great grandfather). August Boyn, the father, was born August 5 1818 and died August 15, 1877 in Belgrade, Republic of Serbia, Yugoslavia (at the end of his search for the family treasure.) I just wanted to give this information to you and say that I welcome all responses. Thank you for your work you do in documenting the burial places of our ancestors. It is much appreciated. Connie. (my email is email@example.com). P.S. I couldn't figure out how to just contact you so I am leaving public message. Perhaps it will be of interest to someone else.
Added by Connie on Oct 03, 2016 8:55 PM
|Frank Trnka||RE: Charles Koch in Oakland|
Thanks so much for following through on this. Hard to ignore an actual photo, so I'm very glad the mystery was solved.
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