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T Burt
Merry Christmas
Wishing you the best always! God bless you and your family. ~Terry

Added by T Burt on Dec 13, 2014 9:07 PM

Steve Carlson
RE: Thanks Steve
You are welcome. Thank you for taking the time to make the edits.

Added by Steve Carlson on Dec 01, 2014 9:14 PM

RE: Caroline, Ella and Adolph Wickstrom
Glad to help and thank you for the note.

Added by Phyllis on Nov 16, 2014 9:54 AM

RE: Charley L. Peters Memorial
You're very welcome; it's my honor to have taken this photo. I had a request near him days before and was surprised that there were still photos to be taken there among these graves. His stone is among a double row facing the street and has a bunch that appeared to be war casualties mixed in, so I made sure they all had photos. I'm glad to see he's linked in to his extended family.

Added by Lleeah on Nov 15, 2014 6:35 PM

RE: Ronald S. Carlson Memorial
You are most welcome.

Added by Christina on Nov 14, 2014 11:39 PM

RE: Older Sodorp Cemetery in Norway
Thanks for the offer to post this for me. This is what I wrote (you should probably include: per Espa, as your source) (3 paragraphs):

The Sødorp Chapel is located on the former site of the Sødorp Church. The site of the Sødorp Chapel is different from the ancient site of the Sødorp Annex Church (which is approximately 61.59348 9.78744) and different from the current site of the Sødorp Church (which is 61.59917 9.73582). The Sødorp Church was built in 1752 or 1760 (sources differ) on the Litlgard (Lillegaard) farm, at the site of what is now the Sødorp Chapel. The Sødorp Church was moved to its present location, across Gudbrandsdalslågen, in 1908-10. The Sødorp Chapel was built in the church’s former location in 1929.

In the Sødorp Chapel is a painting with the inscription (translated): “God to Honor the Church as Decoration is this Tablet given to Sødorp Annex Church by Erland Paulsen Lillegaard, in the Year 1718.” As Erland Paulsen Lillegaard died in 1710, the painting was probably given by his family in his memory.

The Sødorp Church and the Sødorp Chapel both have cemeteries. The ancient site of the Sødorp Church does not, as that location (61.59348 9.78744), on the edge of the Litlgard farmstead, was only rediscovered in the 1990s.

Added by Espa on Nov 06, 2014 3:33 PM

S. Rupp
re: Lloyd Davidson buried at St. Johns
Good morning!

I got your note. I did walk the entire cemetery over several days and didn't find Lloyd Davidson. Or a marker anyways. I'm sure there are many unmarked graves in all the cemeteries I've walked. I would suggest calling the village of Centuria office to see if they have a contact for the cemetery. Their number is 715-640-7275.

For Maple Grove in Frederic I would suggest a call to the Village office as well. Their number is 715-327 4294.

If either one can give you the info you need you can add those memorials yourself.

Good Luck!


Added by S. Rupp on Jun 14, 2014 6:20 AM

S. Rupp
More on Hopkins at St John's
I just did some Ancestry searching and found that The older Fred Hopkins buried at St John's is father to the younger. Also found his marriage date to Mary A Upson Hopkins on Nov 9 1887, so they couldn't be Clarence Hopkins parents. They were married in Brown County, MN and lived there per the MN state 1895 census. 1910 US census has then in St Croix Falls, WI. But there is the Brown County, MN connection.

Also found on the 1910 census that Agnes Hopkins father is living with them, Thomas Stewart.

I did some further updating and linking for these Hopkins.


Added by S. Rupp on May 17, 2014 3:15 PM

Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~
RE: Thanks so much!
You're very welcome and happy to be honoring so many at FT. Snelling. Thank you for your kind message. And welcome to Find A Grave.


Added by Steve Edquist ~In Memory ... on Oct 19, 2013 1:29 PM

S. Rupp
RE: correction on Moore request
Hello! I'm afraid I can't help you in your search for Joe Moore. Try emailing The Polk County Genealogical Society may be able to help you in your search.

Be sure to send me information on how to link up your family at St John's Cemetery using the Edit Tab on each person's memorial. If you would like me to transfer them to you, I'd be glad to do that as well. Again make those requests via the Edit Tab on each person's memorial.

All my best on your search!

Sue Rupp

Added by S. Rupp on Oct 05, 2013 6:06 AM


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