|Dave Feist||Transfer of Memorials|
Thank you Brian for transferring the memorials to me.
Added by Dave Feist on May 27, 2017 7:40 PM
|Jo Berta Flickinger||John H. Bailey headstone|
Thank you for making photos of my cousin John H. Bailey and his wife headstone. When I save and then try to insert them in a book I am writing, they are stretched way out. Can't make out name on either marker. His WWII or the other. What can be done about that?
Added by Jo Berta Flickinger on May 27, 2017 3:47 PM
|Gwen Doreen Kubberness||59779253|
Thank you ever so much for the photo of my cousin's grave. Much appreciated.
Added by Gwen Doreen Kubberness on May 01, 2017 10:00 AM
|Valice Raffi||Magdeline Karcher Schultz|
Thank you for updating her memorial!
Added by Valice Raffi on May 01, 2017 7:53 AM
|Mark Alexander||Dorman and Rupp families|
Thank you very much for the thoughtfulness and many hours you have devoted to this. Your hard work is truly appreciated.
Added by Mark Alexander on Apr 30, 2017 3:46 PM
|Gwen Doreen Kubberness||Transfer of memorials|
Thank you for your kindness
Added by Gwen Doreen Kubberness on Apr 23, 2017 4:24 PM
|Jerry Reiswig-82nd Airborne||Mandan Union Cemetery|
Thanks for the Grave Marker photo for Herbert Engel.
Added by Jerry Reiswig-82nd Airbor... on Apr 13, 2017 7:28 PM
|Evie (Greer) Schipper||Thank you.|
Thank you very much for the photo for Karrie Delker's memorial. I really appreciate it.
Added by Evie (Greer) Schipper on Apr 11, 2017 7:25 AM
|John Webber||Harry George Webber's marker|
I wanted to thank you very much for the wonderful picture you left for my great-uncle.
I did not know anything about him until the past few years. This experience in my family is a pinnacle moment for some of the bitterness that my grandfather and his brothers felt towards life. The location was unknown until just a few weeks ago by our family. So I found the place of burial and you have provided a wonderful picture of burial location.
thank you very much.
Added by John Webber on Apr 10, 2017 8:51 PM
|Bruce and Wendy Linz||Joe Koppy|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request so quickly. I appreciate all your time and efforts.
Added by Bruce and Wendy Linz on Apr 10, 2017 8:07 AM
|KPS||Helbling / Kautzman|
Thank you for fulfilling my numerous requests at Mandan Union. I greatly appreciate your time and efforts!
Added by KPS on Apr 10, 2017 7:02 AM
|C Wegner||Mayme Slattery de Zychlinski|
Thank you Brian - you must have already been onsite when I sent in the photo request!! That was a very quick response. I much appreciate you adding the cemetery headstone for her family!
Added by C Wegner on Apr 09, 2017 1:51 PM
|A M Serr||Thank you!|
I appreciate your help with the picture of Merrill's grave marker! Appreciate it!
Added by A M Serr on Apr 08, 2017 7:58 PM
|Debbie 💜||Peter Levi Corbin, Glencoe/Sloan|
...oh my goodness! THANK YOU, Brian, so much for looking up this paper! My heart is touched. You are such a kind, generous man. Thanks so much for sharing with me. I will have to tell my mom. :-)
re: Hi Debbie, I found this. Please add to his bio. Brian
In Memory of Peter Corbin.
Peter Levi Corbin (son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Corbin, of Burr Oak district, this county), who died on Thursday, Jan. 30, was born at Corydon, Wayne county, Iowa, on Aug 12, 1858, and was therefore in the thirty-eighth year of his age at the time of his death. The remains were consigned to the grave on Friday, Jan. 31, in Glencoe church-yard, the funeral services being conducted by the Rev. I. G. Smith.
Deceased came to the then territory of Dakota in 1883. His father and mother, two sisters and three brothers – all living in this state – survive him. His sisters are Mrs. M. L. Burtts and Mrs. Annie J. Smith, and his brothers are George Benjamin, James Albert and Charles Isaiah.
Deceased was a patient sufferer during his long illness. He had been staying with his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Burtts, but he went home eleven days before his death. He was able to sit up most of the time, taking to his bed occasionally for an hour or so. The night before he died he sat up, talking and joking, until about 10 o’clock, when he retired. About 4 the next morning he awoke, called his mother, told her that he was bleeding at the lungs, and asked for some salt. He took it, got up, walked to the stove, sat down, and death came in a few minutes.
Mr. Corbin was an honest, kindhearted, inoffensive man, and had no enemies. He knew that there was no chance for his recovery. The final attack seemingly brought him no greater pain than he had suffered for three long years, and the summons that called him to that better land where the weary are at rest must have been welcomed by him as a relief.
A CARD OF THANKS.
Comrade Streeter: Please publish for us in your paper our hearty gratitude for the many kindnesses of our friends and neighbors who assisted us in every way at the time of the death and at the funeral of our son and brother, and particularly to the Rev. I. G. Smith for his kind words at the funeral. Respectfully, BENJAMIN CORBIN AND FAMILY.
The Emmons County Record, Friday, February 14, 1896, Page 1.
Added by Debbie 💜 on Mar 12, 2017 8:24 PM
|Greta Wahl-Diede||Lorraine Wahl Moos|
Thank you so much for taking the picture of her temporary marker!
Her loss is still fresh, so having this means a lot to us.
Added by Greta Wahl-Diede on Mar 09, 2017 4:18 PM
|Yeschke||Ben J. Schreiner|
Thank you so much - I appreciate it. I almost have the whole family together You're very kind and generous. Thank you. Judi
Added by Yeschke on Feb 20, 2017 4:46 PM
|Gareth Horvath||Gertrud Nickolaus|
Sorry to say I do not have anymore info on your family. My aunt Ellen Voigt recently passed away and as family historian I received a bunch of photos and funeral cards. Our family has no connection to Gertrud Nickolaus that I can find so I posted it here. If you would like the original send me your mailing address and I will send it to you.
Added by Gareth Horvath on Jan 12, 2017 9:56 AM
|Debbie 💜||latest Bismarck Tribune article|
Kudos to you on the additional article in the BT! I just noticed it now on your profile. That's amazing how Central ND memorials outreach to families all across the globe! Wow!! :-)
Added by Debbie 💜 on Jan 08, 2017 10:06 PM
|Allen Monasmith||RE: Bertha Monesmith #13255970|
You're right, Bertha was Gus's first wife.
Added by Allen Monasmith on Jan 06, 2017 11:34 PM
|Jerry Reiswig-82nd Airborne||Baptist Cemetery|
Thanks for the Grave Marker photo for Henry and Adeline Gessele.
Added by Jerry Reiswig-82nd Airbor... on Nov 22, 2016 5:35 PM
|Caryn Dugo||Brucker and Stenehjem|
Thanks Brian for getting the pictures for Mickey and John Brucker and adding the information to Buck Stenehjem's memorial. While not related to me, they were people I knew while I was growing up. You always come thru...thanks again!
Added by Caryn Dugo on Nov 12, 2016 7:18 PM
|Michael J. Petrie||thanks|
thanks for photo of Edna Stebbins gravestone
Added by Michael J. Petrie on Nov 08, 2016 5:09 AM
|Louie||Two BEEKS Graves|
Thanks so much for the two photo posts. It is wonderful to have them and I appreciate all you've done!
Added by Louie on Nov 07, 2016 9:09 PM
|Junice||Photo of Edna Stevens Marker|
Thanks So Much for your wonderful picture.
Added by Junice on Nov 07, 2016 6:29 PM
Very well done!
Added by PJC on Nov 05, 2016 4:53 PM