I started on my family tree in 6th grade (1972) when I wrote a report about my ancestors who settled in Minnesota, and have been fascinated with genealogy ever since. During college, I spent my spring breaks and summer months visiting cemeteries, courthouses and genealogy libraries while my contemporaries were no doubt up to other things. Find-a-Grave has blossomed into a wonderful resource, though I hope eventually individuals can be linked with "Family Tree" profiles at Family Search.
Glenwood I retook the photo of Della Volk as well as F. Evelyn Denison. If you don't care for them just let me know and I'll delete them, my feelings won't be hurt. I didn't add a photo for Albert Volk & H. Warren Denison since their files were full. Let me know if I there's anything else I can help you with.
Glenwood Cemetery If there is ever a photo you're looking for at Glenwood Cemetery or Mount Olivet Cemetery in Mankato MN let me know and I'll keep an eye open for it. I see Woodland has 104 open requests - maybe a possibility for next year. Since those are all in the ground it takes a little more time to find a gravestone there. A couple of years ago someone did a great kindness for me in locating a stone in Wisconsin that meant a lot to me and I'm just paying it forward.
Glenwood Cemetery I've been slowly getting the number down. It started at 42 this year and I I believe I'm at 18 now. It's not an easy cemetery since there are several sections and no rows in older part. Since it is an older cemetery some stones are very hard to read and some in the ground are overgrown. I go during my lunch hour from work and look while I eat my sandwich. My goal is to get them all done by the end of summer.
Salisbury Gravestones I'm sorry I wasn't able to locate Alfred (1835 -1926) & Abigail's Salisbury's gravestones. The records office did confirm they are buried in Glenwood Cemetery in Mankato, MN but even with his help we never found them. The cemetery records have them buried in the second row next to the Mausoleum. In that area is Ida, Alfred (1889 - 1969), Gladys Salisbury as well as Helen (Salisbury) Tillman.
RE: Leland Cemetery I didn't find Wayne Moland in Union Cemetery, but I am gonna call the church to see if he is infact buried there just to make sure I somehow didn't miss his grave. All the Molands are right basically next to each other so I will let you know