brand new to Find a Grave. Please be patient with me. I've delved deeply into genealogy and just come up for air with Find a Grave. I appreciate the kind input and I DO listen when kindly given. I am still learning. :) and occasionally brain dead lol
I'm trying to track down the location of the graves for the photo requests for Dawson County Cemetery in Glendive, MT. I looked in the Dawson County Cemetery Records, burial,(1881-2003) which are online to see if I could find a grave location. She is not listed. Sorry! So I would guess she does not have a marker and may be in one of the many "old graves" that don't have names and/or markers.
RE: Herman Wolfgram If you give me your email, I'll send you the full-size picture. Findagrave limits uploads to a small size. The inscription says "Herman Wolfgram North Dakota Pvt Co D 44 Infantry World War I Nov 22 1883 March 24 1962"
Yes, I am back in ND in Minot. That's cool that you're a relative. Perhaps there's a bio at the State Historical Society of ND's website. What was his name again? I already forgot. ;-(
Thanks for the info! No I did not know he was legislator. Are you back in N.D? When I get some free time I will certainly look up information about him. He's really a shirt tail relative of mine but I'll take fame wherever I can get it! :) Linked him and his wife as you suggested. Great idea that I didn't think of when I created it all. Any more suggestions you may have would be greatly appreciated! :) Thanks Helen
RE: Roswell Forbush I have never asked for one but I probably should for my great grandmother. The girl who created it did so for me when she took the stone photo. I just didn't have much to add to it so I never asked. I hear about these people who have appeared on FAGR but fortunately I don't encounter them. I have not sought out an answer as to why people did not have stones. In some cases the reason is obvious, but not in most cases. There is a girl here in town who photographs caretakers records and church records. Even if she never took any stone photos, she has done an invaluable service to those who are looking for people. You are very welcome. I was truly happy to find that he had a stone and that it was in such good condition Paul
RE: Roswell Forbush You got a quick response. Usually it takes a lot longer to get a memorial transferred. You're very welcome. The Roswells were more readable than many but I was during the noon hour and west-facing stones should be photographed after 1:15 pm for good results. Missing stones are the case only rarely but it is always a big disappointment
I see that since you sent me the last message, you recalled it is French and put up a memorial for Roswell. I just added the photo of his stone to his memorial. It is one of the best stones in the cemetery