|Julie Grabill Rasmussen (#47927883)|
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I am a teacher and a farmer's wife, and certainly not retired! We raise hormone-free, antibiotic-free beef and lamb, alfalfa, corn and soybeans. We have four grown children and one awesome, adorable little grandson! We try to see them often, which requires scheduling and traveling.|
I enjoy artwork, traveling, gardening, reading, and genealogy. My mother has done a lot of work with genealogy and cemeteries, and I will continue to make that information available to others. Feel free to use any photos that I post.
In my work with Find A Grave, I prefer to keep only the memorial pages of our relatives that I have made and those that have been transferred to me. I will gladly transfer a non-relative's memorial page to that person's relative. Kindly email me with any corrections, as I would do the same.
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|Trisha Bloxom-Olson ||RE: Eldon Grable|
You are so very welcome!!! I am so glad I could help!
|John Sloan||RE: Dimick gravestone photos|
Julie, Thank you again...I am sure that in your "spare" time you will find a way to work on Exira Cemetery data and photos. It does mean quite a lot to those of us who don't travel to have someone provide information concerning family.
I noticed on your profile a few small world facts...Both of us were raised on farms..My wife was a Finn Sheep breeder and raised them for their wool and I was a Jersey cow farmer raising them to augment the milk producing neighbors, by adding their butterfat rich milk to the Holsteins quantity gave a better overall product. Our farms were organic and used "traditional" methods. I actually spent many an hour behind the south bound end of a north bound horse doing work about the farm. Both of us are "retired" on a small 22 acre farmstead where we grow our own to carry us through the winter months. Basically still homesteading.
|John Sloan||Dimick gravestone photos|
Julie, Thank you for taking and posting the Dimick gravestones in the Exira Cemetery Exira, Audubon County, Iowa.
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|Nell Newman||RE: John Grabeel|
Would you like for me to transfer that memorial to you?
|Tritt Girl||Andrew & Marjorie Williams|
Thank you again for the wonderful photos!
|Janet Miller||Margaret Riseguard|
Thanks ever so much for that picture. She was always so good to us when we were children.
Thanks Jan Carper
|Tritt Girl||Walter W Green and Anna M Neff Green|
Thank you for the great pictures of Walter and Anna's headstones. I appreciate your efforts & contributions.
Any relation to Thomas Rasmussen & Emma Marie Rasmussen? My grandmother's maiden name was Rasmussen and her uncle Thomas lived in Iowa.
|Carol Fritsch||Joseph Godwin|
Thanks Julie for all your work on the Godwins!
|Patricia Adams||RE: John Thomas Grabill|
Right now I believe I have all you do on Ancestry.
I have not really gotten to far back because I have gotten stuck on John's wife Alice! No documentation on her :(
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