|Bob Rowe (#46904930)|
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I began my family search when my youngest daughter asked me to write down what I knew about the Rowe Family in 1999. I am now hopelessly addicted. There are hundreds of headstone photos in my collection that I just don't have time to submit right now.|
I am a F-A-G photo volunteer for the Saint Paul area.
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|J McL||RE: Peter McKercher|
You are very welcome. Glad to help. I, too, am hopelessly addicted to genealogy! Right there with Candy Crush! But this is more satisfying!
Added by J McL on Jan 07, 2015 7:56 PM
|Lorraine Esther Hamann Chandler||Jean Miller Landsverk 1935-2013|
Hi Jean Miller Landsverk was my ex-husbands 1st cousin. She was born December 04,1935.
Lorraine Hamann Thurston Chandler. My tree in ancestry is Chandler Hamann.
|Bev Dowson||Albert Chambers @ Fenelon Falls|
I have added pictures for the Chambers' in Fenelon Falls. They were my neighbors & their granddaughters were my best friends growing up. I will get better pictures when time & weather allows. Bev
|MarillaW||Theodore Montgomery in New Ulm|
Very puzzling. That was early in my time with Find A Grave. I can't imagine I posted that dark a picture. I think I was documenting folks involved in the Dakota War in advance of its sesquicentennial. And it's hard to imagine that it cleaned up that well. In fact the top looks a different shape. But the wording is clearly the same. My errors probably are the best reading I could get from the stone in that condition. I'm tempted to add my photo to her page to show the contrast. But it would unpretty her page.
How did you happen to come across this?
I'll probably just delete mine but I think I'll see if I can take a look, next time I'm in New Ulm which will be Saturday. Fortunately, this stone won't be obscured by snow cover.
Added by MarillaW on Nov 26, 2014 9:21 AM
|Kathy Merris Mills||RE: Isle cemeteries|
HI, I don't know anything about the history of the Isle cemeteries. I only lived there for a couple of years and am now back in NC. There is a mortuary in Isle. I don't remember the name of it, but I'm sure you can get it from Switchboard.com. If they can't help there is a history center in Mora, and they might be able to help you. The Isle library doesn't have a genealogy dept.
|John Losee||Kenneth Benton|
Thanks so much for posting a picture of Ken's marker! I greatly appreciate it!
|Susan Stott||Schroeder and berry photos|
Thank you kindly for your excellent photos of these 4 markers. They are lovely and add to the memorial. Your time and ability are appreciated.
|William Woodburn||Rademacher Photo|
Thank you for taking the time to post the photo of Ms. Rademacher's gravestone. I really appreciate it.
|Carol Zastera Michels||Roger Ericson|
So sorry about the duplicate. I found out that he'd passed today, and just never thought that there'd already be a memorial page. They lived two doors down from my family when I was growing up. Thank you for pointing out my error in a kind way. I appreciate it.
|Retired B. Lady||Lloyd Bramblett|
Thank you for the notice about the duplicate. I didn't find one in the Owenton Cemetery. Is it in another cemetery?
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