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Pre-script -- My account has more than 5000 memorials, about 500 or 600 of these are family members for my husband and myself. I would be more than happy to transfer outside the "guidelines". Just ask. Any relation or friend situation. I am not a selfish person. Some findagrave folks treat memorials like baseball cards and horde them. For what end?! I say --- Guidelines, Schmidelines..... There would be less problems and bad feelings all around if there were more generosity. But if there were no guidelines, some people would never even learn how to do a transfer...... I put information on this site in the hopes that someone someday asks for a transfer of a great grand aunt or uncle or cousin. This just means that people are looking....Happy to help!|
My first stop in a cemetery is any photo requests, then it is the small white markers with the little lambs; the ones that are slowly giving in to the elements. Next, Veterans from any war, especially the Civil War, they seem to be forgotten about. This summer has been spent on many a gravel road with map in hand looking for the small out of the way cemeteries in this area. Sometimes hubby comes along.
More than happy to transfer any family, except of course, my relatives. Gladly will make any corrections, additions or relationship links. The great thing about findagrave is so many helpful, friendly people adding pieces to the genealogy puzzle.
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|Mette||Margaret Ingeborg Thorgrimsen Hulteng|
Thank you for helping to take the photo of this gravesite
Added by Mette on Jun 03, 2015 7:12 AM
What an interesting request this one is!
Buried next to Daniel Brown is Donald Brown.
They were born just 5 years apart from each other.
I have to assume, then, that these two are brothers.
At first glance it appears that they both served and died in WWII.
The headstone clearly indicate that they are both WWII vets.
However, as you will see, Donald died in 1949.
By then the war, of course, was over.
But there's more. Donald was only 18 or 19 years old. He must have lied about his age in order to get enlisted into service.
Makes one VERY curious as to the story behind this one.
Thank you so very for the request.
What a great mystery!!!
Added by DDM on May 31, 2015 2:24 PM
|David Fauss||Mark and Bessie Worcester marker|
Thank you SO much for so promptly taking and posting the photo of the large stone that recognizes their contribution of their bodies to the North Dakota State School of Medicine. We are also glad to know that not all of the names of contributors are listed. Your volunteer work is sincerely appreciated!
|Steven M. Wielenberg||Terrebonne|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request for Saint Anthony's in Terrebonne. SW
|Dakota Smith||Thank you|
Thank you for sending a message to my great uncle, Clifford Earl Smith in Bismarck. It is greatly appreciated.
|Evie (Greer) Schipper||Thank you.|
Thank you very much for the photo you posted on Denis and Sophie Martin Lizotte's memorials. I really appreciate it.
|barbsmail||Thomas Whalen stone|
Thank you so much for the photo!
|Paul Demarais||Henry Prenevost|
Thanks so much for looking for my Great grandfather. It is such a mystery about him. I thought for sure they'd burry him there. I found out he was in a Asylum the last years of his life. Oh well, Thanks again for your hard work! Paul
Thank you for the information.
Added by Babydw on May 24, 2015 3:34 PM
|4daLove||RE: Dorothy Wedwick|
Thanks for all your extra effort on Dorothy, John, Mary & Lela... and checking that date for me.
Your time and help is very much APPRECIATED.
Added by 4daLove on May 16, 2015 7:54 PM
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