|Ellen Sorenson (#47479114)|
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If I manage a memorial that you would like transferred to you, please just make the request. As long as I do not have it marked "family" with a red rose, I will transfer to you - no questions asked. I am more than happy to transfer memorials that aren't my family.|
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I expressed to Leah I would be interested in taking over Ann's entries for Rose Hill Cemetery. She replied that some one would have to take care of it. I contacted Find A Grave and am waiting to see what their decision is. If Ann's entries are transferred to me I will be happy to transfer her sons memorial to you.
Added by kj on Feb 19, 2015 10:16 AM
In the old St. Mark's Cemetery, Shakopee are my great great grandparents; Josep Miesen & Barbara Palm Miesen, they are supposed to be near a priest.
Joesph Miesen m.Oct 26 1858 Barbara Palm
b.Feb 2 1833 Kinderbeuren b. June 11 1836
Bausendorf kreis Witlich Bausendorf
d.Oct 2 1910 d.Apr 13 1911
Shakopee,Scott Co. Shakopee, Scott Co., MN
12 children, 6 children lived to adulthood born at Kinderbeuren, Rhiendland.
2. Catherine(John Bartzen,lived in Canada),
7.Helena(John S Stein),
*9. Marie ( Henry Willers,Lived Turtle Lake,WI),
10.Joseph d.Washington State)
11. Margaret (m.Matt Poncelet)
The Miesen family came on the steam ship "Belgenland" from
Antwep to New York,arriving Apr 1 1881.
Joseph Miesen obit; Scott Co Argus Oct 7 1910 & Shakopee Tribune, Oct 14 1910
Barbara(Palm)Miesen obit; Scott Co.Argus Apr 21 1911
Their Anniversary; Shakopee Tribune & Scott Co.Argus Oct 30 1908
If you could get an picture of their stone/s, I have never been up to Shakopee & doubt that will happen. You've done such great work on the families Ellen, I am truly grateful for all you've done !
Thanks so much,
Cathy from SE MN
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