|Dennis Thorseth||RE: Rolog Gronseth|
No problem. Rollog's mother is my great-great grandmother so that means we are related. After her husband, Ola Gronseth died, she married Christopher Knudson Thorseth and had 4 more children.
Do you already have a memorial for his mother, Moli Rollaugsdatter Krislock? I created one that you could link to: #145045957.
I also have pictures of Rollog (Ralph) and his sisters that I would be happy to share.
Added by Dennis Thorseth on Apr 16, 2015 8:10 AM
|Dennis Thorseth||Rolog Gronseth|
Could you transfer management of his site to me? He is #15198463. He is the son of my great-great grandmother by her first husband, Ola Gronseth.
Added by Dennis Thorseth on Apr 15, 2015 2:57 PM
Joseph and Mary are my great grandparents. I didn't create their memorials, but I have added a few links and photos. I'll try to send you an email later today and try to share what I know. I'm glad you contacted me, Dale
Added by DMaron on Nov 05, 2014 12:27 PM
|Dennis Willing||RE: Mattie May Carli Grave photo|
Hi Jessica, The photo I added is sideways if you would like a different photo I'd be glad to take another one for you.
Added by Dennis Willing on Sep 27, 2014 7:35 PM
|Lark ||RE: Adrian Mireles memorial|
Thank you, Jessica! My family will be happy to be able to add information about my uncle.
Added by Lark on Jun 15, 2010 4:28 AM
|Mr. Richie Paschka||Beery's|
Jessica most of the Memorial were created by someone else I just made The one for Victor
Added by Mr. Richie Paschka on Oct 15, 2009 1:56 PM
|Toni McCall||Benson Family|
Thank-you for your time and effort for the pictures of the Benson Family . I really appreciate it. Toni
Added by Toni McCall on Sep 04, 2009 9:23 AM
|bonnie ulrich||Harvey Robbs|
Thank you so much for taking a great photo.
Added by bonnie ulrich on Jul 06, 2009 8:59 PM
|Lowell Pankake||John and Mattie Pancake|
Thanks for photographing the gravestone of John and Mattie Pancake at Loveland Burial Park. Very nice photo.
Added by Lowell Pankake on May 27, 2009 4:30 PM
|Rod McCormick||Thompson Cemetery|
Thanks for the posting of names from Thompson Cemetery. It was quite helpful to my searches.
Added by Rod McCormick on May 23, 2008 9:23 AM
|Ken Martens||RE: Paul Carli|
I'm very happy to hear from you. Thank You for the updated birth information, it is appreciated. Paul Carli's death predates the use of headstones in the frontier times of 1845. They used evergreen "sedge" grass and perennial lilies to mark the earliest graves on Mount Hope. This pioneer "burial ground" also requires more restoration work as many markers have been disturbed. Paul Carli's exact location in the cemetery is not certain.
Added by Ken Martens on Feb 25, 2013 11:44 PM