|Bill & Peggy Tate (#46937165)|
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|Kathryn Haenggi Robinett||Thanks for information|
Thanks for your checking/reporting on photo requests on Tereseetta/Paul Wimmenaur and Phineas Crews. Good to be aware of the situation; I appreciate your leaving the request active, in case something turns up. However, I won't have unrealistic hopes. Thanks for your diligent findagrave.com work!
|P. Gayle-Boan||Rosa Boan|
Thank you so much for trying. Pam Boan
|TMHoran||Thomas and Raymond Crahan|
Thank You for locating Thomas Crahan's Headstone and trying to find Raymond Crahan's Headstone
Added by TMHoran on Oct 25, 2014 5:32 PM
|Bill Daugherty||John Effertz|
Hi Bill & Peggy,
Thank you for the John Effertz photo!!
|jmcm||Mathew and Ann McMullen graves|
Matthew McMullen died at home in Hancock twp. Carver Co. His property was right on the Carver/Sibley Co. border. He worshipped at St. John's Catholic Church, Faxon Twp. He died on December 18, 1896 at home. His obit says he was a parishioner of St. John's and the funeral was held from that church. He had one child married at St. John's Faxon twp so I am pretty sure this was his church.
I cannot find a burial record. He was a Civil War soldier and there is a record of a government tombstone being sent to St. John's "near Belle Plaine."
Is there any chance that with this information you can find his grave? It is not listed on Find-a-Grave.
(His wife, Ann Hall McMullen died in Minneapolis but was buried "near Belle Plaine" so probably was buried near her husband.)
Added by jmcm on Oct 21, 2014 4:14 PM
|Sharon Knock||Photo Requests from Old South Cemetery in Brookfield CT|
Hi, I took a few photos this past weekend of some of your requests. I will look through the cemetery again in the next few weeks to see if I can decipher any more - it is a very small cemetery, and most of the markers are either broken, or in very poor condition. On a good note, I live right across the street from it, so I can really do a good search and take my time, and see if I can find you some more!
|Donna D. McGinty||William and Bonnie Boland|
Thank you so much and so quickly - amazing! a million thanks, Donna
|Janice Hollandsworth||RE: Adolph Demulling|
Sorry I am not related so I wouldn't know any relationships between them.
|Carol Froehlich||Florence Classen|
My goodness!!! I can't believe that you found the grave that quickly. I only requested it today!
I am VERY impressed and so GRATEFUL. Florence was my husband's Great Aunt. Unfortunately we never got the chance to meet her.
Thank you for your time and effort. It is much appreciated!!!
|Vicky L.||Re Donald & Winnie Blaisdell|
Thank you sooooo much for the photo of my aunt and uncle's monument. I really appreciate you "hunting" it down for me and then taking such a great photo. Thanks again!
Added by Vicky L. on Sep 03, 2014 7:37 AM
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