|Karl Matz (#47823093)|
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Born 2/15/56 in Aberdeen, SD. Moved to my ancestral homeland (Minnesota) in 1991. US ARMY and US ARMY Reserve 1974-1982. University Prof. (Social Studies) at MSU in Mankato, MN. Historical Genealogy is a natural, personal offshoot of my professional interests. Married, three daughters, all grown, four grandchildren. Irish & Norwegian on my mother's side. Prussian/German on my father's side. Find-a-Grave has been a real valuable tool in my genealogical search. I am happy to give back. Let me know if I can find a grave or photograph a grave for you. Most of my own ancestors lived in central Minnesota, so even though I'm in SOUTHERN MN, it's not really out of the way for me to find graves for you in the area north and west of Minneapolis.|
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|KPS||Christine and Barbara Jangula|
Thank you for taking the time to find, photograph and post the photos of the Jangula's and spouses. I appreciate it greatly!
Added by KPS on Jan 20, 2014 8:01 AM
|LMM||photo of grave stone|
Could you please use the picture or the stone of Amelia A Seefeld to her husband Frederick Seefeld at the Same Medo Central Cemetery in Blue Earth Co., MN His # is 24022505. Click on the Seefeld's in that cemetery and you will find his wife Amelia.
Added by LMM on Sep 03, 2013 3:03 PM
|Cary Coverdill||RE: Ferdinand Matz|
You are most welcome.
If I ever see any restoration work being done at this site, I'll fully document any recovered markers.
|Lori Gargus||Schreiber graves|
Thank you so much for getting the pics. I'm sorry I didn't thank you sooner. I just now saw the Success! emails. They were lost in my inbox.
Thank you again!!
|Wendy Aikin||Kathi Kraker Cliff|
Thank you so much for photographing Kathi's headstone! The photos were clear and easy to read. Job well done. Many Thanks! Wendy
Thank you so much for the grave marker photos. It was very kind of you. I appreciate you time and effort. Thanks Again.
Added by Utanah on Jul 21, 2013 11:51 PM
|Doug Kalahar||RE: Rudolphus Fearing|
Hi Karl . . . thanks for your note on Rudolphus! That's a mouthful, huh? I have switched both he and his wife over to the Calvary Cemetery in Little Falls. Great photo! Little Falls is my hometown and I've wondered how many Civil War veterans are buried in the various area cemeteries. You found one! Thanks again . . .
Hi Karl: I can't thank you enough for the great photos of the Robbins graves. Without your help, I'm not sure if I would have ever gotten to see their headstones. Your efforts are much appreciated. Chris
Added by Macso on Jul 18, 2013 8:02 AM
|Michael J. Petrie||Thanks|
Thanks for the Gans photo.
|Mary Sicard||Kenneth Torgerson|
Thank you so much for posting the photo of Kenneth's tombstone on his memoral page.
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