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Diane Winters (#46906439)
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Anita Dennis
Ethel V. McDowell
Thanks for the information about her Missouri death certificate. I have added the information. At a guess the tombstone was created years later when her parents died.
Added by Anita Dennis on Apr 21, 2016 2:47 PM
Ann Gardner
Emeline McDowell
Hi ---- Thanks for submitting the links. I never know whether to link persons that may have been divorced or if there is a rule about that. If you would like to manage Emeline's memorial, just let me know. I'm not related.

Ann Gardner
Added by Ann Gardner on Apr 21, 2016 9:53 AM
Peters at Sedona
Thanks Diane for the transfers, and all you've contributed for all of us. Much appreciated!
Added by Sunnyann on Mar 19, 2016 3:30 PM
Patti Fowler
RE: Anseth Baptismal Records
I was able to edit these directly.

Theolina - birth day is 29, not 31
Olivia - birth year is 1877

These dates are from confirmation records, not baptism records (which I could not find).

If you have the baptism records, please let me know (and re-correct the dates, if needed.)

That is it for the first generation.
Added by Patti Fowler on Mar 17, 2016 9:15 AM
Patti Fowler
RE: Anseth Baptismal Records
Knudt is what started my search of baptism reccords. I found his in Nerstrand! Yea.

I now have a birth or baptism or confirmation record for all but Elise. Did you find one for her?
Added by Patti Fowler on Mar 16, 2016 2:09 PM
Patti Fowler
RE: Anseth Baptismal Records
I did find the Christianson records, too. The father's full name was Bernt Christianson Anseth.

We may have talked before, but it has been a while since I worked this side of the family.

I may have more similar corrections, but I haven't compared all the baptism records with the findagrave records yet.

I am a decendant of the Anseths. Anna Anseth was my great grandmother. I was lucky enough to meet her and we got a 4-generation picture with her. Are you also a descendant?

I have not found any records for Elisa - born and died in 1891. Is it possible she was not baptised?

Thank you for taking care of this family.
Added by Patti Fowler on Mar 16, 2016 8:49 AM
David McInturff
RE: Nellie McInturff Burial at Herrin
Thank you, Diane. I appreciate your efforts.
Added by David McInturff on Mar 15, 2016 7:11 PM
Dorian the Historian
RE: Solomon Ingham
Tried to send you a Snip-It and don't see your email so my source i "Minutes of the Session of the Upper Iowa Annual Conference Volumes 47-54 page 209.
Added by Dorian the Historian on Mar 08, 2016 11:10 AM
Carol Hinchliff
RE: Daniel Edward Imlah -your information
Hi Diane. Thank you so much - it really does help me a lot. If you ever need anything in the way of help from Canada - please ask. (You might be interested to know (or not), that he was actually born in Canada and ran away from home as an older teen, falsifying documentd in N. Dakota and elsewhere.)

Thanks again,
Added by Carol Hinchliff on Mar 02, 2016 2:51 PM
Cameron Herrell
RE: Carrie Barker Photo & Corrections
You are very welcome. Currently working on this cemetery to get it completely updated. My winding down is just staying in Bates County. Two friends of mine are working with me - we have some 39 inactive old cemeteries in Bates County that are on private land that we need permission to go on and get pictures of any stones that might be there and get them posted on findagrave. I have some volunteers in western part of county and is southern part of county who have agreed to keep up the active cemeteries in their area monthly. I still am keeping up 7 in my area. I've been asked to go out of the county to others and I said "no" because there needs to be volunteers in those counties. A person can only do so much on retirement pay.
My photos are free for anyone to copy off for their own personal genealogical files - it saves them much traveling to get it for themselves. When I first started in 1994, I had to travel many miles and back then we didn't have digital cameras. With a digital camera, it has been a blessing to go out and photo some 1670 stones in one day. I took 300 photos on Monday at Papinville. I use, Missouri Digital Death Record Certificates, and obits for my research.
Have fun - and be a real detective!
Added by Cameron Herrell on Feb 24, 2016 6:43 AM
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