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Michael Major (#47367861)
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Bio Photo Currently researching the Webert, Ausman, Bushendorf and Paff lines from Elk Mound, Wisconsin; the Gaustad and Brobak lines from Norway and Eau Claire; the McCroskey, Newcomb and Johnston lines in Champaign Country Ohio; the Hunt line from Massachusetts, Vermont and Ohio; the Adam line in Cincinnati and the Dieckmann line in Hungtingburg, Indiana.

I now live in South Australia and find it hard to visit the burial sites of my kin in America and therefore have been very grateful for all of the Find a Grave volunteers who have documented and photographed those sites which I will probably never be able to visit.
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Carol Cotton
RE: Henry Brobak
Since "Grandpa" was in quotation marks on his marker, it makes me think it was like a nickname applied to a cherished friend.
Added by Carol Cotton on Oct 16, 2014 5:36 PM
Penny Mitchell
Eliza Annie McKenzie, Henry Bede and Huia Bede Draper
Hi Michael,

Once again, thank you so much for photographing my great aunts, uncle's and cousin's gravestone. My grandmother became estranged from her brothers and sisters and I have been trying to track them down for some time. It is a great comfort to know where they are and that their memorial is well kept. Eliza Annie and her sister Mary Ellenor were born in New Zealand and then emmigrated to Adelaide Australia. The gravestone raises some interesting questions about Mary's death in Edinburgh in 1972 and then interment in 1985. Interestingly, Henry and Eliza's son Morrell Draper went on to become a very prominent medical doctor who died in Edinburgh a few years ago.

Thank you once again.

Kind regards
Penny
Added by Penny Mitchell on Sep 03, 2014 7:11 PM
Penny Mitchell
Eliza Annie McKenzie, Henry Bede and Huia Bede Draper
Hi Michael,

Thank you so much for photographing my great aunts, uncle's and cousin's gravestone. My grandmother became estranged from her brothers and sisters and I have been trying to track them down for some time. It is a great comfort to know where they are and that their memorial is well kept. Eliza Annie and her sister Mary Ellenor were born in New Zealand and then emmigrated to Adelaide Australia. The gravestone raises some interesting questions about Mary's death in Edinburgh in 1972 and then interment in 1985.

Thank you once again.

Kind regards
Penny
Added by Penny Mitchell on Sep 03, 2014 7:06 PM
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Private Leslie Keith Spargo
Michael:

Thanks for the gravestone picture of Leslie's gravestone. Much appreciated.

Happy graving!

Rick
Added by graver on Aug 07, 2014 9:42 AM
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Private Allen Smith
Michael:

Thanks for the excellent picture of Allen's gravestone. Much appreciated.

Rick
Added by graver on Aug 07, 2014 9:34 AM
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Private John Rogers
Michael:

Thanks for the picture of Private Rogers gravestone at Norton Cemetery. It looks brand new.

Rick
Added by graver on Aug 07, 2014 9:31 AM
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Clinton Douglas Trezise
Michael:

Thanks for the picture of Clinton's gravestone. I corrected his birth date on the memorial. Your picture is much appreciated!

Rick
Added by graver on Aug 07, 2014 9:28 AM
Ron Meyers
gaustad/huntter
Hi, Mike! Some years ago I bought an old photo album belonging to Virginia Huntter (nee Gaustad). Virginia had a sister named Jean. The sisters graduated from a high school that appears as E.C. H.S. in a class reunion photo taken in 1942. Does any of this sound familiar to you? I would love to see copies of the photos go to the family. Some of these photos date back to the mid 1800s. Virginia Huntter was married to a career soldier named Ray. Would love to hear from Virginia and Jean's family...Ron
Added by Ron Meyers on Mar 30, 2014 9:15 AM
Samantha
Greeting from California
I'm happy to share. Email me anytime you think I might be able to help you with something over here on this west coast.
Added by Samantha on Oct 14, 2013 12:36 AM
albers_ancestry
George Webert photo request
Hi,

There is a marker for Alma Webert to the left of George in St. Paul's cemetery.

Thanks, -Dave
Added by albers_ancestry on Jul 31, 2013 4:04 PM
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