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leslie (#47513444)
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Spencer Ruff
Fred Ruf
I have searched with no luck for the grave of my second great grandfather Fridolin Ruf. Wow, how excited I was to see his tomb stone. Your work is greatly appreciated.
Spence Ruf
Added by Spencer Ruff on Oct 19, 2014 1:32 PM
D. Montgomery
George Stinson
Thank you so much for getting this photo. Very nice.
We appreciate this very much.
D. Montgomery
Added by D. Montgomery on Oct 15, 2014 6:10 AM
Fritzi Eide
Photo Request Torwick
Thank you for doing the photo of Thelma and John Robson. Really appreciate your effort. Fritzi
Added by Fritzi Eide on Oct 14, 2014 1:28 PM
Lisa Williams-Mikkelson
Rose C. Boyce
Hi Leslie,
I see you had made a memorial for Rose Champaign Boyce. I have requested a photo of her marker as I have searched for her for several years. She died at Anoka and her son Zane told me she was buried there. I am so happy to have finally found her. I am asking if you are not a relation that I am not aware of, I'd like to request a transfer. Rose is the 2nd wife of my GG Father. She was institutionalized at Anoka not long after she burned every single photo and paper my GG Father Luke Wilkinson Boyce had after he passed and she ran out of his money.
TY in advance,
Lisa Williams-Mikkelson
Added by Lisa Williams-Mikkelson on Oct 13, 2014 12:01 PM
JosMorn
RE: John and Nicy Darling
They're a bit out of my era - 1790s through 1820s - but if I should happen upon anything I will certainly let you know! The family name is distinctive enough that I expect it'll catch my eye.
Added by JosMorn on Oct 11, 2014 4:11 PM
JosMorn
RE: John and Nicy Darling
Happy to help! I was working on a separate project but took a glance to see if there were any requests. I almost didn't find yours! The face was mossy but Nicy's name stuck out (somewhat) and is distinctive enough that it caused me to pause. If you have any photos of the two, I encourage you to post them to the memorials.

Regards

Joseph
Added by JosMorn on Oct 11, 2014 4:03 PM
Silver
John Gorman
Thanks a lot for taking the time to photograph John Gorman's tombstone. It is very much appreciated.
Richard Williams(Silver)
Added by Silver on Oct 11, 2014 9:59 AM
Sharon Livingston
RE: Wagner at Hillside
My husband was born in Mankato, MN. His dad was from there also.
I haven't checked for another Edythe, just can't bend over drawer yet. Head still hurts, neck surgery last week. Everything I have is in a metal file cabinet. Would die if I lost all of that in fire. Have put a lot on Ancestry tho. But a lot of notes, replies etc that may have some relevance on day. Thank you so much, God bless.
P.S. Don't get old, it's heck on the body.
Added by Sharon Livingston on Oct 10, 2014 8:31 AM
JDiller
RE: William and Barbara Jay
Thanks for adding the photos. Judy
Added by JDiller on Oct 09, 2014 9:41 AM
RoxAnna Foudray
Mary Blair
Thank you so much for the picture! I really appreciate it!
Added by RoxAnna Foudray on Oct 08, 2014 8:43 PM
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