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MN Headstone Hunter (#47857068)
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Bio Photo If possible, please provide the name of the document supporting birth/death, name changes. Transfer requests via the edit tab on the memorial are appreciatd. Family trees, including those found on Ancestry, are not documents. Enjoy the anthology.

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Thomas Erbes
Albin Thronson
Thank you for the transfer. I will take good care of my Uncle Albin.

Tom
Erbes
Added by Thomas Erbes on Jan 17, 2015 9:48 PM
Ellen Bishop
Thanks for information
on Alexander Lee
Added by Ellen Bishop on Jan 11, 2015 4:42 PM
Cheryl Chapman
Mary Clara Kieser
I think she might be a great-great aunt or cousin of mine. Clara Ort(h) and probably a sister, Magdelena Ort(h) emigrated to America on the sailing ship Harmonie from Schneeberg, Lower Franconie, Bavaria, and landed at the Port of New York on June 29, 1846 (Bremerhaven, Germany, Historical Society website, and the German Immigrant Ships Lists series at Fort Wayne, IN, Regional Genealogy Center). The Ort(h) and Weber families sailed together (I don't know how they were related yet). Joseph Anton and Eva Barbara Ort(h) came over with Magdalena, Clara, and the 3 children our family knows belonged to J & EB, Amelia, Martin, and Albert. They are all mentioned in the History of St. Joseph Parish in East Bristol, Wisconsin. Magdelena died in 1856. Clara married Johanne Kieser and moved to Minnesota, as did Amelia Orth Stromenger. Neither Magdelena nor Clara are mentioned in my family history, leading me to wonder if perhaps they were nieces, not children, of Joseph and Barbara. If any Kieser descendants knows more history, I'd love to contact them! I'm at ccfritter@yahoo.com. And happy to share what I know!
Added by Cheryl Chapman on Jan 07, 2015 7:27 PM
mapleglen
Find A Grave Memorial# 138779515 for Amelia Lindemann
Hello;

I recently found that my great-great-aunt Emilie/Amelia Roepke (1850-1881) was the first wife of William Lindeman (1843-1917). She is the person hosted by you as Memorial# 138779515. You show her buried in Oak Grove Cemetery. I contacted Oak Grove and they have no record of her burial there. Oak Grove suggested that she might be buried in Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery which they said was nearby. I live in Canada so this is a long distance search for me. Do you know where Immanuel Cemetery is located relative to Oak Grove? The Findagrave website lists the Immanuel Cemetery's address as 700 Division Street but that looks to be the address of the present-day church and not the cemetery, at least as far as I could tell using Google Earth.
Emilie's father, my great-great-grandfather Carl Roepke, died the same year of 1881 and I am trying to locate where he might be buried. Oak Grove had no record of his name in their files.
Added by mapleglen on Jan 06, 2015 12:52 PM
Lilydale Memorials
RE: 34322558 John Adams
Your query is on my list -- if you don't hear from me in a month, please remind me.
Added by Lilydale Memorials on Jan 04, 2015 9:42 AM
valerie gray
Gustaf L. Johnson
I think there is a typo on the date of death for Gustaf L. Johnson b. 1916 reported death date on text is 1957. The grave stone in etched and quite clear with the dates 1916 and 1987.


Thanks for checking on this.
Valerie
Added by valerie gray on Dec 17, 2014 6:26 PM
ProgBase
Saint Brendan's
I got rid of the definite duplicates
Added by ProgBase on Dec 17, 2014 11:12 AM
LMM
RE: two in one for Leo
Thanks, that's ok. I really appreciate all the Goetsch Stones photos that you took. I think I have connected all the children of Carl and Johanna Nee Goetsch Goetsch. Just waiting for others to edit them. Wow what a large family. All of Sibley Co. must be related to me! Ha I thought I had all of Marathon Co. in WI. Take Care. :) LMM
Added by LMM on Dec 01, 2014 7:51 PM
Ellen Sorenson
RE: Salden, MN
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
Added by Ellen Sorenson on Nov 19, 2014 7:39 PM
Ellen Sorenson
RE: Salden, MN
YES! Thank you!
Added by Ellen Sorenson on Nov 19, 2014 1:45 PM
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