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Linda Hole (#47240552)
 member for 6 years, 6 months, 13 days
Roxanne Franklin-Williams
Well, well, well...look I run into! How are you? I am dabbling into the genealogy thing again...a friend told me about this website and it has been a wealth of information!!!!
Glad to "see" you! Hope all is well.
Roxanne Franklin-Williams

Added by Roxanne Franklin-Williams on Jul 30, 2014 1:52 AM

L Beacon
Thank you so much for the great photos of the Frost memorial, I hope you do not mind if I use them in my family tree, Cheers!

Added by L Beacon on Sep 02, 2013 7:15 AM

L Beacon
Great, you found some!! How was your trip, look forward to hearing about it!!

Added by L Beacon on Aug 31, 2013 7:58 PM

Grace Younglove Hudson
RE: Fred Olmstead
You are most welcome.

Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Jul 21, 2013 3:08 PM

DM Scott
RE: Dailey Family
no just an avid genie fan. I like to find people and get as much info as I can so others can find their families

Added by DM Scott on Jul 08, 2013 1:57 PM

RE: Hillside Cemetery (Dube)
Hi Linda,

I did enter most of the memorials in Hillside Cemetery. I am not related to anyone buried there but do have some friends buried there. I am more than happy to transfer any of the memorials but those friends.


Added by jaynetty on Jun 02, 2013 10:04 AM

Dube Family
Hi Linda,

All of the transfers have been made.

Happy Searching!


Added by jaynetty on Jun 02, 2013 9:52 AM

Suki Davey
RE: Bolduc
Hi Linda, yes there are lots of Bolduc in the Biddeford area. BTW: If you have other names your interested in let me know. I actually have quite a bit of research data from the Biddeford, Maine area.

Added by Suki Davey on May 01, 2013 9:38 AM

Suki Davey
RE: Bolduc
Hi, I wouldn't call it "descend" through the Bolduc line - more like a marriage connection. Alphonse Edouard Bolduc was a twin with his sister, Alphonsine. Their parents are Francois and Angelique Fournier Bolduc.

Added by Suki Davey on Apr 30, 2013 7:55 PM

Suki Davey
RE: Philomene Gendron
I requested a monument photo for you - if there is a monument it shouldn't take long to get it posted. A very nice lady in the area takes lots of volunteer photos. I've been doing genealogy for 30+ years and have 18 Chapters/2 Volumes of research compiled. I have seven generations of relatives buried at St. Joseph's Cemetery so it's very hard NOT to be related to almost everyone in the cemetery, although at times it may get pretty thin. I do know that Philomene and her first husband had at least 12 kids. Seven girls, five boys. A daughter, Laura Lalanne married Alphonse E. Bolduc which then connects to lots of links for me, and snowballs from there. Regards, Suki

Added by Suki Davey on Apr 24, 2013 4:49 PM

Stanley Shepard
RE: Esther Ray
Just talked to Tracy she took pictures of Esther and
her husband and will post them soon

Added by Stanley Shepard on Jul 06, 2012 1:19 PM

Stanley Shepard
RE: Esther Ray
Just edit your cemetery to Evergreen Cemetery. To
make shore it is right go to the cemetery home page
and the sign should read below Evergreen, Northern Town Ship. Ill call Tracy and tell her

Added by Stanley Shepard on Jul 06, 2012 1:01 PM

Stanley Shepard
Esther Ray
Hi Linda my name is Stan I got Tracy started on
find a grave . I noticed she could not find Esther
Ray for you. I did some resurch and Found her ob on
anscestery. she was burried in Northern Township
If you do a Cemetery lookup to Beltrami, Bemidij and
look for Northern Township Cemerty and it will tell you to go to Evergreen Cemetery. Thats where they are burried . I informed Tracy and she is going to check it out

Added by Stanley Shepard on Jul 06, 2012 12:25 PM

sandi lewis - malburg
Hi, I am guessing you are researching the Buzzell's?
This is my family tree on John Buzzell was married to my gggreat aunt. I only have his wives's family, they were sisters. That is as far as it goes.

Added by sandi lewis - malburg on Jun 03, 2012 4:50 PM

Ted Ulmer
RE: Mildred Cramer
It really amazes me how some cemeteies are laid out. I almost walked passed her again. The part in which her stone is, are located one behind the other, and there was a taller one in front of hers. I was really fortunate this trip, I found several I had missed the 1st trip, so it was a fruitful walk, and I got the excerise I needed also. Glad to help.

Added by Ted Ulmer on Mar 27, 2012 8:38 AM

Ted Ulmer
RE: Mildred Cramer
I am going to go back and walk it again to make sure. It is close to home and a small cemetery. My Americam Legion post put flags there every year so I'm familiar with it.


Added by Ted Ulmer on Mar 20, 2012 4:54 AM

RE: Jeffers
I'm not, read my bio.

Added by JFI on Oct 16, 2011 8:29 PM

Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~
RE: Just a note
Thanks Linda for taking time to visit my sons memorial and for your kindness. Your welcome for the photos and I was glad I could help you out.


Added by Steve Edquist ~In Memory ... on Oct 14, 2011 2:54 PM

Susan VanVoorhis
Olmstead Markers
You are most welcome! I am so happy to do it for you. It is so nice to hear where you live. I often wonder where requestors are and a bit about how they are related.
One man who requested a photo of a marker actually sent me a couple of poems that had been written by the person whose grave marker I had photographed. The grave marker was very plain, but the person that was buried there was far from "plain". As a child, she and her family had come across America in a covered wagon and told of all the experiences. She had written and had published several books in addition to her poetry. What a full and interesting life she led.
So it is with most of the markers. Most of the people had very interesting things to know about them.
How is that you are related to the Olmsteads?
Susan V.

Added by Susan VanVoorhis on Oct 10, 2011 8:33 AM

Susan VanVoorhis
RE: Melba and Cecil Olmstead
I went out and photographed the grave stones for Melba and Cecil Olmstead today and have downloaded them into their memorials. I noticed that the memorial for Melba doesn't have the "Plot" info listed. I am very careful that Plot info get into every memorial so someone can "Find the Grave"....
Would you please enter this information into the "Plot" part of the memorial: Plot: Olive Section 515, Grave #2. Find 456 on the curb and walk 14 spaces in.
Would also be nice if you added the information to Cecil's memorial too. But his grave marker is Plot: Olive. Section 515, Grave #1. Find 456 on the curb and walk 14 spaces in.

Thank you, I would do it myself, but I can't since I do not manage the memorials.

All the Best,
Susan V.

Added by Susan VanVoorhis on Oct 09, 2011 6:00 PM

Ann Netland
Greenwood Cemetery is near my let me know if there are other photos you might need. It was a little cloudy the day I took the photo. Greenwood is a cemetery that is well-cared for.

Added by Ann Netland on Oct 08, 2011 10:52 AM

sandra edington
RE: Smith gravestone
Linda, Your request was a challenge but I enjoyed it. Oakview is only a half mile from my home, and Roseland is about a mile from where I work. i stop by each of them at least once or twice a week.

Added by sandra edington on Sep 30, 2011 9:38 PM

sandra edington
RE: Smith gravestone
Linda, I recieved the request for Walter and Doreen Smith. I had an awful time finding them. Oakview had no record of them. Tried to find a middle initial and couldn't. Well long story short they are in Roseland Park Cemetery. They are buried near Walter and Florence. I had seen their marker first when I was searching the first time. Didn't remember the wife's name. Something told me to check when I went there today. You might want to change the cemetery name I'll send the pictures this weekend. The Walter that died in 2004 is Walter R. Nick name was Bud. Take care.

Added by sandra edington on Sep 29, 2011 3:06 PM

K Wickman
Acacia Park Cemetery
I sometimes go to the cemetery when I visit my son, which is usually on a Sunday when the office is closed. If you contact them 248-646-4228 or
and get the location of the grave and add it to his site it will transfer to your request. If nobody else claims it before I go I can take the photo. This way you can ask about his wife and father, and request theirs as well if they are there.

Added by K Wickman on Sep 27, 2011 8:36 AM

sandra edington
RE: Smith gravestone
Linda, You are very welcome. Yes, I did put the picture on Florence's memorial as well. I am having a little trouble finding Margaret Master. They have only a couple Master, but several Masters. Could Margaret have been a Masters. Or did she go by another name, or nick name. I'll Look again. Thank you for your kind words.

Added by sandra edington on Sep 17, 2011 10:58 AM


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