|Van Carter (#48111436)|
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I'm just a guy who recently became interested in tracking down my family tree, which led me to Find a Grave.|
So now I'm trying to help out filling a few photo gaps in nearby cemeteries.
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|Mo & Dave Gates||Galar|
I will look into the famous grave however the memorial needs to have a bio wrote about him .. can you write one? thanks !
|M Gilbertson||Alice Johnson Photo|
Thank you very much for posting the photo of Alice's marker at her memorial. You are much appreciated.
|Ozarkcheryl||Wayne Allen Martin|
The Martin family is deeply appreciative of this transfer, thank you. OZARKCHERYL
|B Paradee||RE: Changes|
Thank you so much. Discovered the edit option after I sent the message. I appreciate your help. Thank you again,
|B Paradee||Louis Paradee #117345021|
Mr Carter: I am a relative of the Paradee family by marriage. I've been working on the family tree and have birthday and day of death on Louis, as well as several others. Louis' are 14 Feb 1872 - 14 Mar 1939. He was born in BonHomme County, SD and died in Sacred Heart, Renville, Minnesota. I can provide others if you are interested to make the corrections. Thanks for posting these family memorials. Brenda
|C. Carter Kahler||RE: Emma Bork|
Often on women's headstones they use the first letter of their maiden name as a middle initial. I don't know what her middle name was. I'll leave it up to you to take the S. off or leave it.
Thanks for commenting.
|C. Carter Kahler||RE: Helena|
Sorry it took so long to get back to you. I would use Hamman simply because that was who she was known as when she passed away. I've seen this before. It seems strange to put a different last name on a memorial when a headstone says something else. You could put a note on the memorial that says she was first married to L. Kapaun then to P. Hamman to explain to others.
Thanks for getting so many Borks on Find A Grave.
|C. Carter Kahler||Link Kapaun-Hamman|
Thank you for making the link. Much appreciated.
A sincere thank you for your work at the Zion Lutheran Cemetery south of Hartford. Many relatives are there.
Thank you for taking the time to add all the additional information that was sent regarding the Sherry Family. Your time and efforts are appreciated.
Added by dells on Oct 09, 2013 7:41 PM
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