|Leone Hanson Sigurdson (#47312741)|
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|I am Leone Hanson Sigurdson of Swan River, Manitoba, Canada. |
I WILL WILLINGLY MAKE TRANSFERS WITHIN THE 4 GENERATION "FIND A GRAVE" GUIDELINES WHICH ARE:
Spouses, Parents, Brothers and Sisters, Children, Grandchildren, Great-grandchildren, Grandparents, and Great-grandparents. Please use the "EDIT" tab to ask for EACH transfer. PLEASE STATE YOUR EXACT RELATIONSHIP TO THE DECEASED.
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|Patsy||Memorial Transfer Requests|
Could you transfer Michalina Woytkiw 132088841 and Peter Wotykiw 132088842. Lena is my grandmothers sister. Thanks
Added by Patsy on Dec 18, 2014 12:15 PM
|Bill Mesheau||Margaret Reed|
Thanks for your reply. Your posting was the final touch on one of the mysteries I've been trying to solve for the past couple of years.
Hi, Leone. I was so happy and surprised to see you have my Grandparents (Gordon and Margaret "Evelyn" White) and my Uncle, their son, Delvin White listed on here. I had just searched for them on here a few months back and much to my surprise, you have added them! Yahoo! If you would like, I could email you with a bit more information to add to their bios. If you would like me to, please feel free to email me at email@example.com. Thanks SO much. Deb (aka johnnyangel2)
|Donna Bruce||Minitonas Cemetery|
Thanks for the Hunter/Magill headstone photos, Leone. I know its getting cold out your way and appreciate you getting out to take them. The lichen growing on the Richard Hunter marker almost looks like poppy petals which is pretty cool considering the date.
|Veronique||RE: Annie & Geo Schell|
Hi Leone; how are you? I can't open in ancestry.ca a story you submitted about Elizabeth Kettles Schell re: Story Title:
Much cross pollination
was Elizabeth buried in Pelly Ukrainian Catholic Parish Cemetery?
I cannot find her grave. I am positive you would know the names of both her husbands whom were Schell brothers.
Hope you are having a good day. Thx Veronique
|Donna Bruce||Your Mom|
So sorry for the loss of your Mom. I lost mine in 2010 and still think of her every day. Hopefully, given time, you will find comfort in the memories you have of her. She will always be a part of you.
“‘What we have once enjoyed deeply we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.’
~ Helen Keller"
|Donna Bruce||RE: Christopher Brown|
Thanks Leone. Really appreciate your help. Hope it doesn't snow. I have 4 other relatives that I let know when a photo is posted to findagrave for this branch of the family so its not just me you're helping with the requests I've made. :)
|Donna Bruce||Christopher Brown|
Thanks so much for the photo of his headstone and for all the time and effort you put into volunteering.
Wondering if you had a chance to look for the other folks I am trying to get photos for in the same cemetery?
|Kelly Beach||John and Charlotte Layng|
Yes, John Layng should be Charlotte's husband if he was born in the 1860's. He is son of William and Amelia Layng. She is daughter of Lorenzo and Elizabeth York. All of whom are interred in Ontario, Canada, but I do not know exactly where and are not part of this system yet.
John and Charlotte had a whole pile of children, one of whom is Cecil Raymond, buried right there, and perhaps nearby them.
I wondered what happened to John and I am thrilled you found him!! Look forward to your photo!
Thanks for your service to this research site.
Thank you for the Layng photographs Leone! Much appreciated.
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