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AZ
Thank you for the pictures of Rabbi Rabinowitz and Feinberg's grave at Lincoln Park!
Greatly appreciated and having a clear image of the Hebrew on Rabbi Rabinowitz's ohel is most helpful as the image on kevarim.com was not readable.
Added by AZ on Jun 22, 2016 11:32 AM
Jonelle Hvinden
Astrid Zuber
Please add the following obit:
Mrs. Arthur V. Zuber passed away at a hospital at Billings, MT at 1:45 a. m. on Tuesday June 15, 1943 at the age of 29 years, 2 months and 28 days following complications after childbirth. Astrid Lindgren was born 17 Mar 1914 at Maddock, ND the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lindgren of the Klara community. She was baptized and confirmed in the Klara Lutheran Church attended school and grew to womanhood in this community. On 5 Oct 1940 she was united in Marriage to Arthur Zuber of Fessenden, ND the son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Zuber. After their marriage they went to Red Lodge, MT where her husband was teaching. She leaves to mourn her early demise, her husband, Arthur V. Zuber, her parents, three sisters: Myrtle Mrs. Theodore Lageson, Ruth Lindgren and Vivi Ann Lindgren and four brothers: Arthur Lindgren, Rody Lindgren, Einar Lindgren and Rolf Lindgren.
Added by Jonelle Hvinden on Jun 22, 2016 8:30 AM
jj123
Flink
Hello,
Is there way to private message some questions I had about the Flink family? Is that somehow possible on this site? New here. Thanks!
Added by jj123 on Jun 21, 2016 10:15 PM
AZ
Lincoln Park Cemetery: location of Nosson Yehuda Leib Rabinowitz grave
Hi
I updated the grave location for Rabbi Nosson Yehuda Leib Rabinowitz per the information at http://kevarim.com/rabbi-nosson-yehuda-leib-rabinowitz/ if you can remove the listing error on the Lincoln Park Cemetery request list. kevarim.com lists three rabbis who were buried at Lincoln Park Cemetery prior to the foundation of the burial society in 1908. http://kevarim.com/category/rhode-island/lincoln-park-cemetery/
Thank you
Added by AZ on Jun 19, 2016 3:32 PM
Jonelle Hvinden
sandstrom
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Andrew P. Sandstrom, 69, a resident of the Heimdal, ND community since 1901, was laid to rest last week from the Klara Lutheran Church with Rev. Franzen officiating. Pallbearers were Ernest Norell, Arthur Norell, Ernest Backen, Oscar Davidson, Clifford Sannon and Carl Abrahamson. Andrew Sandstrom was born in Sweden, 7 Jul 1870 and emigrated to this country in 1891. He lived at Fergus Falls, MN until 1901 when he came to Wells County and settled on a farm near Heimdal where he resided until his death. He served as a member of the school board of Heimdal district and was long affiliated with the Klara Lutheran Church. He was first married to Esther Johnson in 1900 and she passed away on 24 Feb 1904. Surviving children from this marriage are Ruth Sandstrom and Mrs. Esther Ingram of Chicago, IL. In 1905 he married again, and surviving from this marriage is one daughter, Grace. Mrs. Sandstrom died in Feb 1935. Also surviving are four brothers, Edward Benson and Carl Benson of Heimdal, August Benson of St. Cloud, MN, and John Benson of Fergus Falls, MN. Death came to Mr. Sandstrom at the Harvey Hospital on 11 May 1939 following a stroke he had suffered several days previous. He attained the age of 69 years, 10 months and 4 days.

Thanks, Jonelle
Added by Jonelle Hvinden on Jun 19, 2016 12:36 PM
Howler
Sherman Berger
I went ahead and moved his memorial to Ada's burial location. I'll try to remember to check with the cemetery. You may be correct.
Added by Howler on Jun 18, 2016 8:41 PM
Michael W Albright
RE: Brandolph
my bad, i'll add edward and ruth tonight.
Added by Michael W Albright on Jun 13, 2016 7:45 AM
Michael W Albright
RE: Brandolph
My pleasure.
It was quite by accident I found your family plot.
I'll continue research for Edward, 1918-2003, and Ruth, 1919-1997,.
Added by Michael W Albright on Jun 13, 2016 6:18 AM
LoveTrees
edits and photos
Hi Dave,
Thank you again for all the edits and for the photos you've taken. I am so disgusted with myself for not having taken photos of the backs of so many stones that had Hebrew inscriptions. Feel free to upload any photos you take that I didn't or that are better than the ones I took. I can always remove fuzzy photos. And you can always ask me to request photos for you to get credit.
Stay well and have a good week.
Yours,
Ava
Added by LoveTrees on Jun 13, 2016 4:40 AM
Calabria Girl
Jerome R. SAMBURG
Jerome was killed in action over Holland on 15 Aug 1944. He was one of the flight crew led by John SUCHIU (he also died that day), Crew #725; 366th Bomb Group. This was part of the 8th Army Air Corp. The group was part of the "Flying Deck" that flew out of Attlebridge, England. My father-in-law was there during the war, also in the Flying Deck group and was the chief mechanic on the B-24s and P-36 planes. Jeromme's plane, the "Lady Lightening" was shot down over Holland and half of the 8 man crew died. A friend was one of those who survived. My friend, Arthur, has told me all about the experience. He is going on 95 years old and could still remember the names of the crew and everything about that day! Arthur was a prisoner of war and held on the Baltic Sea for 9 months before being liberated by the Russians. I am writing a biography of Arthur and his memories of the war. Jerome was the ball turret gunner. My friend, Arthur, was the bombadier on the flight crew. Just wanted to add some detail to the Find A Grave listing. These men were incredible!! Marcia
Added by Calabria Girl on Jun 10, 2016 6:53 PM
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