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Leann Pelvit (#47166457)
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Barbara Keil
Ole J. Tofte
I am interested in any info you may have about the above mentioned person. Did you just enter the info or perhaps might he be a relative? Since you list other family members, is his obit available? Family Search has added him to my tree...so I am VERY interested!Barbara

Added by Barbara Keil on Jun 19, 2016 12:29 PM

ChuckNorris
Nels Amundson
Looking for the burial location of Nels Amundson, husband of Rangnild (Raghnild)(Rachelle) Amundson who you have created a memorial for in Riverview Cemetery, Circle McCone, County Montana, USA - I suspect he is also buried in this cemetery. He died June 12, 1928 but they lived in Circle for many years. My mother-in-law is their granddaughter and she was also born and raised in circle. She passed away recently and I am trying to link the family. Thank you for any help you can give me.

Added by ChuckNorris on Jun 09, 2016 5:57 PM

Ruby Walters
Ella King Weaver
Hello again. Thank you again for the documents on Ella. I have studied the marriage certificate very carefully and I believe now why there is such a discrepancy in the parentage. It appears as if her new husband gave the information. He gives his info in detail, such as the city he is born. Ella would not have just said "Kentucky." She would have added Evarts, and if nothing else, at least Harlan Co. The obituary is spot on with my records. I have her marriage license to Gunder, it has the exact dates as the obit. Her 2 brothers are witnesses on the license, Garfield King, my great grandfather, and Henry King, my great uncle. Her parents, Chockley and Kissiah passed away before 1910. She had an older half brother named William who never married, and had no children. Evarts is misspelled in the obit as Everts. I have death certificates of her siblings. In all the cases where there is a 2nd or 3rd spouse, Chockley and Kissiah's names are "off" in different ways.

Added by Ruby Walters on Apr 26, 2016 12:10 PM

Ruby Walters
Ella King Weaver
Hello, I've been doing a lot of research on my King family and have been searching hard for Ella. The info you have on her bio is spot on other than her parents. Ella is my great great-aunt. Her parents were my great great grandparents, Chockley King and Kissiah Brewer. There were so many of the Kings with the same first name and born close together enough that they can be confusing without records. If you have any kind of documentation on her, I would LOVE to have it. William King, whom you have as her father, was my great great uncle, Ella's half brother, from Chockley's first marriage. Ella was a beautiful woman, I have photos of her. Was so glad to find her on here. Thank you, Ruby.

Added by Ruby Walters on Apr 24, 2016 9:19 AM

Travelin ❧ Ancestors
Thomas & Lottie (Sturgis) Pullen - Obits
Hi Leann,
Thank you so much for sending me the obituaries on Thomas and Lottie. I've uploaded the obits on their memorials with your name to be credited. Plus, I'll be sending a donation for your help on on these two! I really do appreciate it.

God Bless You!
Deb McKee :)

Added by Travelin ❧ Ancesto... on Mar 08, 2016 12:31 PM

Travelin ❧ Ancestors
Thomas & Lottie (Sturgis) Pullen - Obits

Added by Travelin ❧ Ancesto... on Mar 08, 2016 12:23 PM

Rachel Keller
Alice Brady Pearce
I thank you greatly for the recent post of Alice Pearce. I have searched for numerous years to find where she was buried. Wonderful find for me from you. Rachel

Added by Rachel Keller on Feb 22, 2016 12:22 PM

Brian Foss
RE: James Alfred Lyon # 45734378
Email Sent.

Thank You,

Brian

Added by Brian Foss on Dec 23, 2015 3:24 PM

Brian Foss
James Alfred Lyon # 45734378
Hello, Thank You for all of your work!

I would like to ask you for the verified source for his parents. My research shows he is the son to Abraham Lyon and Chassity (Hatfield) Lyon. I very well could be on the wrong track, but he is strikingly close to the James I am searching.

Sincerely,
Brian Foss

Added by Brian Foss on Dec 20, 2015 2:49 PM

Nedra Weber
Herbert Spencer Hinz
Are you related to him??

I am looking for his second wife's grave - Mellie Kissee Buck Hinz.

Thank you.

Nedra Weber

Added by Nedra Weber on Nov 29, 2015 6:15 AM

Ash Montagu
Lydia Hundtoft

She isn't related to me. I am transferring her memorial to you. You have all her other family. You can extract the material I have and then delete mine if you wish This will eliminate the duplication

Thanks

Added by Ash Montagu on May 05, 2015 8:31 AM

John Uhlman
Bernice Ullman
Thank you very much for taking the photo of Bernice's final resting place. I really appreciate it.

Added by John Uhlman on Apr 29, 2015 6:41 PM

Wes Hart
RE: George Harrison Martin # 54372794
Leann;
I sent you links to Georges parents, please check your edits pending to approve.
George and his sister Nettie are living with his Aunt Mary Elizabeth Martin Minnick in the 1900 census. Soon after that is when he most likely went to the Oklahoma City area with Lillie Whitehurst's Uncle, Samuel C Whitehurst # 46841175 and Aunt, Alice Ann Mitchell Whitehurst # 9461002. Or he may have joined them a little later. It was there he meet and married Ora.
Thanks again
Wes Hart

Added by Wes Hart on Mar 25, 2015 12:45 PM

Wes Hart
George Harrison Martin # 54372794
Leann:
Would you happen to have anything that would help document George is the son of J.J. Jarred Jack Martin and Mary Ellen Biddle? As well as his exact dates of birth and death?
I am related to these Martins and there is another George H Martin # 40092359 with the exact same years on his headstone in Wakefield, AKA Liberty Cemetery, Richland County, Illinois and is very close to where George was born in Jasper County, Illinois.
Anything you have could be helpful.
Thank you very much
Wes Hart
Montana

Added by Wes Hart on Mar 20, 2015 8:45 AM

TreeLeafette
Ralph Whitney Cummins
First of all, thank you so much for your time in putting these memorials out. I know I for one, will probably never be able to get to Montana or North Dakota to find the graves of my husband’s ancestors. His ancestors landed in Boston in the mid 1600’s, spent almost 400 years moving westward, and what does he do? Wind up back on the East Coast! All that pioneering progress wiped out in a single generation, LOL.

I would be interested in obtaining the obituary for Ralph Whitney Cummins…son of Simeon J Cummins and Amy Ann Pierce. My husband is descended from Ralph’s sister Laura, and I have been gathering all the family info as I find it.

Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you in return. Thank you!

Added by TreeLeafette on Mar 14, 2015 1:35 PM

High Plains
RE: Klempel Cemetery
Thank you so much for the information! It is a wonderful piece of history information that I hope is documented on the cemetery page.

High Plains

Added by High Plains on Mar 10, 2015 12:49 PM

Blue Lady77
RE: Klemple Cemetery (Klempel)
We cannot change history... To us "oldtimers" who remember the old counties and the names of places where our families lived; to change the county and place where our families are buried would be like saying they were born someplace other than where they were born. At the time of little Edith Klempel's death in 1918 when the Klempel Cemetery was created, the Klempel Homestead was located in Richland County and Lambert was their local town. Hence, some of the family members who are buried in this cemetery were buried in Richland County and some were buried in Dawson County. Some called their nearest hometown Lambert and some call it Bloomfield. It is a matter of opinion on which one is correct. Since history does show that the Klempel Cemetery was established in Richland County and the nearest town at that time was Lambert, and since everyone buried in this cemetery are my family, I will live it as it is.

Added by Blue Lady77 on Mar 09, 2015 3:12 PM

High Plains
RE: Harriet Brown Klempel 109714791
There are two Klempel Cemeteries on Find a Grave in Montana. One in Dawson County and one in Richland County. The memorial that you made for Elliott Almont is the only one the Klempel in Dawson County. The "other" Klempel cemetery has about 20 entries.

Which one is correct? I put Harriet's memorial in the Richland county Klempel cemetery.

High Plains

Added by High Plains on Mar 09, 2015 12:59 PM

Diana
James and Louise Unfred
I was so excited when I found a Find a Grave for Louise Marcotte Unfred!
I had found Louise's death date from Ancestry, but have not found and death information for her husband James Joseph Unfred born 19 Feb 1869 in Chicago, Illinois. I am wondering if possibly he is buried near his wife at Sidney Cemetery? The information from family says he died after 1935. When you can, could you please see if you can find some information on him. I would sincerely appreciate anything you can tell me! If you do find any obituaries I will be very happy to compensate you for them & the mailing to me!
Thanking you in advance,
Diana

Added by Diana on Feb 18, 2015 2:45 PM

Yeschke
Helen Elfrieda Adler Strasheim
Memorial# 142754009- thank you so much for placing the memorial for Helen. Her grandfather, Johann Peter Adler and my Great-grandfather Johann Heinrich Adler were brothers. A large group of this Adler family live in Tacoma, WA, where I grew up in the German section called "Little Russia". Thank you...Judi

Added by Yeschke on Feb 18, 2015 12:19 PM

Tami
RE: Fairview Cemetery in MT vs ND
Hi Leann-

thank you SO much for the additional info. I thought maybe there was a story there, since there were duplicates. I will add my family pics to your memorials then and possibly send in some edits to add a short bio. No need to transfer unless you would like to. Who owns the memorial is not important to me, but getting the info out there is!

Thank you - thank you again for the info on the two Fairviews that should be one!

Tami

Added by Tami on Feb 12, 2015 7:40 PM

Tami
Fairview Cemetery in MT vs ND
Hi Leean-

thanks so much for the mention of the Fairview Cemetery in Montana....as I was never able to find one! My Allen's were always said to be buried in Fairview - and thought it was Fairview, MT in Richland Co, because that is where some of my Allen family were born, lived, and died. I was going to add some pics onto your memorials for them, and wondered if you are a new cousin possibly, from the Allen's buried in Fairview Cem in ND? I was also waiting for some edits (#42220427, 42220440, 42220392) to go thru on the duplicates, I sent on Rhonda's, since hers were created in 2009. And wondered if you knew if she is still active an member? I have sent her an email.

Tami
Edmonds, WA

Added by Tami on Jan 31, 2015 12:16 PM

Ruth Clarke
RE: Jacob George Berger
Would very much like to see the obituaries of Jacob George Berger and his wife, Bertha Flink Berger. I am not surprised that you would base your work on obituaries but in this case, what was published in the obituaries appears to be incorrect. In reviewing this household, I have discovered that there was revisionism going on in the 1930 and 1940 censuses. Have no idea why. Both individuals were born in Russian of parents of German ethnicity e.g. German-speaking Russian from the Ukraine. There was a substantial wave of immigration of Germans from Germany to the Ukraine at the turn of the 19th century, encouraged by Catherine the Great. Meanwhile, I have pretty sound documentation for my argument.

Added by Ruth Clarke on Dec 27, 2014 2:17 PM

Ruth Clarke
Jacob George Berger
You have posted memorial for Jacob George Berger at Richland Memorial Park Cemetery in Sidney, Richard, MT. Am interested in how you support his place or birth and who his parents were as I think you are a bit off on them. My research suggests that he may be the Jacob Berger s/o George Berger and Elizabeth (Wetzstein?), known to have married a Bertha, resided at in Dunn County ND in 1910, in Stark County in 1920 & 1930 & in Sidney, Richland, MT in 1940.
Jacob, age 18, son of Elizabeth Berger is listed on Manifest of Adria leaving Hamburg for Halifax on 18 June 1903 (from Spier) [Hamburg Passenger Lists) and in Border Crossings from Canada among the passengers on the Adria from Hamberg which arrived Halifax 1 Jul 1903. All five Bergers in party had final destination of Richardton, ND to join George Berger, husband of Elizabeth, passage for all was paid by husband of Elizabeth, all were from Spier in Russia (Ukraine).

Added by Ruth Clarke on Dec 26, 2014 12:11 PM

Lisa Mimnall
Charles H Winter - No. 133508675
Hi Leann,

I failed to add that my grandfather, Morgan NMN Winter, was the youngest sibling of Charles. Will you please add him to the memorial.

Additionally, if you have Charles' obituary, I would love to have a copy, if it's not an inconvenience. My e-mail address is lisamimnall@att.net. Thank you very much.

Lisa Winter Mimnall
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

Added by Lisa Mimnall on Dec 02, 2014 11:07 AM

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