RE: Eugenia Wanha Anytime - the graves are tucked into the SE corner of the cem. I happened upon an Edward, 1921 - would you like me to transfer him to you - he was just to the immediate north of Eugenia's stone - I wish I could have found a stone with her name on it rather than the dates. Please let me know on Edward's stone - the only difference was the last name had an "E" on the end instead of an "I". If pics of other family stones seemed to add to legibility, I added them to the family members' memorial that you had set. It was a joy to fulfill your request.
re: Maanum pics No problem, Since I live close and go there alot for my own relatives, I will eventually find out which block. Now that I have their numbering system down, it won't be that hard. Have a wonderful Memorial Weekend!
re Maanum photo requests In regards to your photo requests for Ruth and Richard, please double check your Block numbers and I will attempt to locate them. This cemetery goes by block, plot, then grave space, in that order. The blocks are numbered 1 thu 25, so I don't know if your block is 1, lot 64, grave 10 OR Block 16, lot 4, grave 10. It makes a big difference - this place is HUGE! Let me know if you can find out the correct Block!
RE: Charles James Olson / Ole C ... I went to the cemetery and with the help of someone working there, I found Ole Oleson's plot. Unfortunately there is not headstone. We double checked and were able to locate by the records those who were buried on either side of him. So the plot location is correct. He was just buried without a stone. There was no indication of any other relations buried near him either. I did take a photo of the plot and if you still want it I could post it. Let me know.
Ole C. Oleson, b. 4 Mar 1880, d. 1 Feb 1959 Living in Stearns County, Minnesota (unknown town, possibly Rice). Married to Emma Austin (no further information). His funeral was arranged by Colbert Funeral Home in St. Cloud, Minnesota (no longer exists). Funeral took place at the funeral home chapel and was officiated by Rev. Albert Schnake, who was the chaplain from the local V.A. Hospital with a Lutheran background. The funeral took place on 6 Feb. 1959 with burial at Northstar Cemetery in St. Cloud, MN. The records do have him located at site 513H, grave #3. I will try to go out there tomorrow to find it. If I do I should have pictures by the afternoon. I'll let you know what I find.
RE: Charles Olson Based on the info you just gave, I was able to find an Ole C. Oleson, b. 4 Mar 1880, d. 1 Feb 1959, who died in Stearns County, MN. I will keep you informed with what I find. Maybe the cemetery will have him under this name.