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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.

We'll see!
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Sharon
RE: Salomonson

This is all correct Would appreciate any pics you may have since I do not have any.
Added by Sharon on Apr 21, 2016 8:36 PM
Sharon
RE: Salomonson
Thank you. Yes my grfather was Ole and gr.mother serina is correct. S sad that she was in an Institution Wish I knew why. I would appreciate any pics you may have since I do not have any. Can you please tell me where you found them?
Added by Sharon on Apr 21, 2016 8:33 PM
Sharon
RE: Salomonson
Thank you. Yes my grfather was Ole and gr.mother serina is correct. S sad that she was in an Institution Wish I knew why. I would appreciate any pics you may have since I do not have any. Can you please tell me where you found them?
Added by Sharon on Apr 21, 2016 8:33 PM
Sharon
RE: Salomonson
Thank you so much I was adopted to another family so do not know much about my dad except that he was injured in WW11 and came home from the service a parapelegic.the pic I posted is the only pic i have of him walking me down the isle. I would love to have the wedding pic of his mom and dad. Any articles also. Yes his dad was Ole and mom Serina.
Added by Sharon on Mar 18, 2016 7:14 PM
Pip Clark
W. Ward - Picture
Hi Carmen, thank you so much for posting the pictures for W. Ward. His name is Joseph Wilburn Ward and is my great-grandmother's father. I have a picture of him as a much younger man. If you could send me a copy of the picture that you posted - I would appreciate it so much ... or where you found the picture. Your text filled in some missing info for me. He was widowed prior to marrying Wolford ... (my great-grandmother's mother). And I cannot find a record of her and when or where she is buried. She is who I'm really trying to find. Her name was Elizabeth Middleton.

Thanks for taking your time with this ... I appreciate all your efforts.

Pip Clark
pip.clark419@gmail.com
Added by Pip Clark on Jul 31, 2015 9:48 AM
Marianne
RE: Re-Lillian Smith
THANK YOU !!!
Added by Marianne on Jul 30, 2015 7:45 PM
Marianne
Re-Robert G. Smith 57566006
Hi Carman, You sent an edit asking me to link Lillian Smith with Robert as his spouse . Do you have any sources to prove that they were married other then they share a common grave marker. If you do have a verifiable source that I can view,I will accept your edit. Thanks
Added by Marianne on Jul 28, 2015 11:10 AM
sukiyhtaky
Amy Hall Teller
Amy Hall Teller is not buried in Minnesota, she is buried in the Teller Family plot in Edwards Cemetery on Mutton Hill Road in Neversink, New York. You have both Amy and Eliza Case Teller (wife of Richard Teller and Amy's daughter-in-law) buried in plot 26. Robert Bassett was able to add Amy and her husband William Waring Teller to Find A Grave in January.

Thanks...Kathy
Added by sukiyhtaky on Mar 23, 2015 6:19 PM
Winnie Fernstrom
Permelia Jane Layman Getty
I want to tell you that the second picture you
have posted on Permelia Getty Find a grave page
is NOT Permelia but her sister, Margaret S. Layman Garvey.
I am a great-granddaughter of Permelia's brother, Charles B. Layman. I have been researching and collecting information on the Layman Family for many years.

Winnie Layman Fernstrom
Added by Winnie Fernstrom on Jan 30, 2015 2:47 PM
Robert Bassett
Amy Hall Teller
I believe there is an error on #69709219, Amy Hall Teller and her husband William W. Teller are buried in a family plot in Neversink NY. See #141048170 .

I will be happy to help any way I can.

Bob Bassett
Added by Robert Bassett on Jan 08, 2015 5:46 AM
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