| || member for 3 years, 7 months, 29 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
Retired and loving it. Now I finally have the time for history and research. Enjoy old cemeteries and photographing the markers.|
PLEASE DO NOT use the automatic edit tabs for changes to memorial pages managed by me.
Instead: select the 'other' option and include what change and include a PRIMARY source of information and verification of that information. Birth, marriage, death records, or an obit are very helpful.
Census records are not a Primary source. Anything found via the internet needs verification. I do not use Ancestry. website.
If you are a family member and asking for a transfer, please state your relationship.
If you have disabled your messages and email ability for contact, it limits ability for communication regarding requests for changes. They may be politely declined.
Thank you to all the volunteers who donate their hours, photos, research and help to others seeking their missing family and friends.
|Messages left for mjshistory (300)||[Leave Message]|
|Two_Owls||Donald Aarre grave location|
Donald Edmund Aarre grave location in
Evergreen Cemetery, Menomonie,WI
The cemetery records show Don is buried in Sec. 24
The cemetery map shows he is buried in Sec. 24.
Sec. 24 is a small section, I believe on West side, and a little towards south end if I remember right.
We followed the cemetery map to Sec.24.
But that sec. is a cliff with no stones.
We could not find the grave either.
Checked with cemetery last winter. They still say Sec. 24
I can only put in the memorial what the cemetery tells me is the location, until I find out differently. I hope to get back over there next spring and try to locate his grave again.
Added by Two_Owls on Oct 24, 2014 9:50 PM
|Caryl Ott||Olav Rudolph Hanson|
Hi, This is my grandfather's grave. His grave only lists him as O. Rudolph Hanson, but the O. stands for Olaf, NOT Olav.
My correction was refused, please edit. Thanks.
|Linda O||Additional Transfers|
Hello again within moments! I have noticed that you have my entire Huntington family memorials in the Forest Hill Cemetery. Would it be possible to transfer them to me in addition to Nellie's?
W.H. Huntington #130696493
Lucy Huntington #130696449
Jane Huntington #130696522
Amelia Huntington Gillmore #128048502
Once again, all your hard work and dedication is appreciated more than you could ever know.
Added by Linda O on Oct 17, 2014 1:00 PM
|Linda O||Requesting Transfer|
Hello! I was wondering if it would be possible to transfer the memorial of Nellie Huntington to me. (#130696467) She is a cousin of our Ecklor family.
Thank you for all that you do in memory of those who have gone before us.
Added by Linda O on Oct 17, 2014 12:43 PM
|Timothy Rawson||Auguste (Drung) Bruommond Transfer|
Hi! Yes, please transfer Auguste Drung Brummond to me. Her Find A Grave Mem # is: 10105633. Thank you much!
Memorial # 47314535
Thanks for getting the Hines photo!! Much appreciated! DH
|Timothy Rawson||Drung and Brummond Family,|
Oct. 5, 2014
Hi! I am a cousin of Auguste (Drung) Brommond's husband, Fredrick Gustav Brummond. Please make a family link for the following people:
Alma S. Drung, Mem. # 101057001
Auguste (Drung) Brummond, Mem # 101056933
Alma and Auguste/Augusta are both daughters of Ferdinand Drung, Mem # 101057003 and Christiana Drung, Mem. # 101057002. Also can you put a family link as husband and wife for Ferdinand Drung and Christiana Drung?
New information: Christiana's full name is Joanna Chistiana Catharina(Meiners) Drung. Her maiden name is Meiners.
Also, Alma's middle name is "Sophie" Also Auguste (Drung) Brummond died on May 3, 1964, not on June 3, 1964. I Have her obituary. I do not know when her husband died, but assume that it was in Canada.
Find a grave member # 47314535
Thanks for your help. That is odd that we cannot find anything about Othelia's husband.
Added by amh0705 on Sep 26, 2014 5:51 PM
Thanks. I corrected it. Thanks for the photo.
Added by amh0705 on Sep 26, 2014 12:25 PM
|[View all messages...]|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service