|Carl Steiger (#47175561)|
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Ranch manager, graduate of Texas A&M '78|
RESEARCHING PIONEERS OF CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING including surrounding areas in Northeast Wyoming and Western South Dakota---the BLACK HILLS.
Working on Hulett Cemetery, Hulett, WY, Moore Hill Cemetery, Hulett, WY; Alva Cemetery, Alva, WY; Tower Cemetery, Devil's Tower, WY; Rose Hill Cemetery, Spearfish, SD and Pine Slope Cemetery in Belle Fourche, SD and Green Lawn Cemetery, Rich Hill, MO.
I have the book "Pioneers of Crook County" published in 1981 for Crook Co. Wyoming and I have "Hulett Area Past and Present" published in 1985 for Hulett, Wyoming. I also have "Cowboys and Sodbusters" on the pioneers of Butte county, South Dakota. I will be glad to check these books for your research.
Except for family memorials and the memorials in the "Cowboy Brigade Project", I am willing to transfer memorials to anyone.
If something happens where I am unable to maintain my memorials, findagrave administrators have my permission to transfer all my memorials to Crook County Library #48178214 except for the memorials in the virtual cemeteries MY FAMILY and the COWBOY BRIGADE PROJECT. Transfer those memorials to my brother Alex Steiger #48246645
ANY PHOTO I POST MAY BE FREELY USED.
Carl Steiger #47175561 August 12, 2014.
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|Luella Hinrichsen||Capt. Wm. Sherman|
Carl, Thank you for sending the article about his death, it is so nice to be able to add to his memorial! I appreciate it, keep up the great work! Luella
|B J||Edith Thompson|
thanks for the edits for Edith. so she came from your area originally? those are good stories. are you related also or just researching? BJ
Added by B J on May 13, 2017 9:26 AM
|MWK||RE: Hannah Sharp|
From my research Hannah maiden name was Hansen, her father was Neils Hansen (53110595) and mother was Anna K (Sorensen) Hansen (53110582).
From the Book (History of The Swedes of Clay Co. S.D. dated 1947.)
Hanna first married a Dane named Viggo Larson, widely known as a musician and salesman of the first organs in the community.
She later married August Erickson, brother to Alfred Erickson and they had four children. Harvey became a printer, lives in Worcester, Mass, is married and has 2 children; Mable is married and lives in Lead S.D. and has 3 children. Viola married Keith Love and lives in Grants Pass Ill. and has 1 son named Don Harvey Love; Earl became a baker by trade and lives in Washington. August Erickson died in 1937. Hannah married her third husband a Guilford Sharp they are both buried in Spearfish, South Dakota at Rose Hill Cemetery.
Thank You MWK
Added by MWK on May 07, 2017 10:34 AM
|Tracy Howard||RE: Elizabeth Oliphant|
Thank you, Carl. Sorry to be so late in leaving this note. I have been working steadily on another branch of my genealogy and haven't been in my Find A Grave profile in a while.
The headstone for Elizabeth Oliphant is very beautiful. I have seen it myself, and I am impressed by it.
Census records are not proof of birth year. As was noted in the census record you referenced it says birth year (estimated). I do not put estimated years in the birth date field that is meant to be factual. I had previously noted an estimated birth year in the bio section.
Added by MJH on May 01, 2017 9:51 AM
Thank you for your edit requests. I would appreciate it if you would please provide official documentation (birth, death, marriage or even an obituary) proving the accuracy of your requests.
Added by MJH on Apr 29, 2017 10:00 AM
|Ellen Bishop||Is Minnie Hullett|
the maiden name of his wife or a name she aquuired by marriage after he died? Clarify please, I want to connect her if she is deceased.
|usafdo||RE: Scott M Johnson|
Added by usafdo on Apr 15, 2017 12:07 PM
|usafdo||RE: Scott M Johnston|
Thank you, I just sent you an email.
Added by usafdo on Apr 15, 2017 12:07 PM
|usafdo||2Lt Scott M. Johnston - WW 1|
Hello, can you please send me the direct web link to a story you mentioned in your posting to the grave of WW 1 Army Officer, 2Lt. Scott M. Johnston (KIA in France). I added his photo, and would like to see that story you mentioned in "Wisconsin Connection, Parallel Lives". Thank you
Added by usafdo on Apr 04, 2017 11:28 PM
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