|Carmen Gardiner (#47116644)|
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|Right now I am involved with a project in conjunction with the Sauk Centre Historical Society and the Shad-Patton Funeral Home to try to map and gather information on all the people in Oakland Cemetery, east of Sauk Centre, Stearns County, Minnesota.|
The oldest burial is of soldiers killed in the Sioux Uprising in 1863, but those were probably moved from the now-defunct Greenvale Cemetery that was shut down in 1874, the year Oakland was platted. At one point it was under the direction of the GAR, but went through a period of neglect and vandalism. In 1980, Louise Parker Pendroy renewed interest in the cemetery and since then it has been maintained.
Most records and many markers have been lost.
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|Martin W Johnson||RE: John Charles Parker|
no, im just entering in suggestions for out of state veterans in minn. g.a.r. death book 1886 - 1906. sold by www.parkbooks.com
|Debbie Hartman||John Wierman|
Updated John Wierman's biography with his obituary. Thanks. Debbie Hartman
|K. Steinbach Shelton||William A. Miller|
I see you left a flower at this memorial. Do you have a connection to William and Miriam? They are my 3 x great grandparents through Jeremiah Miller.
Kathy Steinbach Shelton
|Quincy Stroeing||Plotting Oakland|
Carmen....didn't you lead the project to plot & register the graves at Oakland Cemetery? If so, do you know which of the graves are Civil War (CW) vets? I'm guessing that some had official govt issued CW gravestones and others didn't.
The same holds true for the 3 Melrose Cemeteries where there are more than 25 CW vets buried. Some have original govt issued markers others have military markers that the family made the replacement requested.
I wanted to replace some CW vets stones but the VA continues to insist the request come from family members.....after 150 years its near impossible to find blood relatives of CW vets. Its such a rediculuous requirement.
I'm wondering if you or the Sauk Centre Hist folks have attempted to get free replacement gravestones for any CW vets. If so, can you share the details with me? You can email me. See my profile for details.
|MJC||RE: Mable Horni|
She is not, I happen to read a bunch of old newspapers and I send along obit's as I can. Glad it helped!
Added by MJC on Jul 16, 2014 11:13 PM
|Warren Hilt||Ethel Paulson|
I don't post obit's on findagrave / If you want to manage the site/ let me know so you can put what ever you want on the grave site
|Jayme Ann||Duke Whistler|
Okie Dokie.. obituary added.. thank you for the information.
|Katie Lou||Clifford Gardiner|
I did make the addition, but there are many corrections you can do yourself now. When you click on the edit tab, you will see you can change:
Birth/death date, birth/death place
Relationship (parent and spouse links)
Plot or GPS
The last choice can be used for other corrections/ additions.
Find A Grave contributor Carmen Gardiner has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Clifford Gardiner.
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=83622094
Link to contributor profile: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=47116644
Please link Clifford Douglas Gardiner to his parents Jane Waddell Gardiner 63935268 and James Gardiner 63935188
Carmen B Gardiner
Carmen, I linked them. Did you want me to transfer the memorial to you?
Added by LMM on Jun 01, 2014 8:06 PM
|Winnette||RE: Travis, James O ect.|
Did you know you can ask for a transfer with the edit button? It keeps records straight. If you will request that way, I will transfer the 2 Tavis I have to you.
Added by Winnette on Jun 01, 2014 11:09 AM
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