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I became interested in family history when I inherited the updating of the family history for my mother's family in 1995. That family, the descendants of Nils and Margit Huseth (who came here from Norway), holds a family reunion every 5 years. I have just completed the process of updating the family history for the third time (2015) and found FAG to be a tremendous tool in that process.|
In working on the family history I have developed a passion for genealogy and hope that I can be of some help to others looking for their ancestors.
I retired from Boeing as a project manager with 27 years with the company over a decade ago. I do volunteer work and travel as often as possible to visit my grandchildren, who live across the country.
I am happy to be of service to others looking for their families :-) You may use my photographs for personal purposes.
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|Duke Fuller||Tim Jones. FLC|
Father has been removed per your request.
Thanks for the correction
|Kathy Orman||RE: Jennie Vos|
Thankyou, most of the information I have came from my mothers notes, Evelyn Vos, so there could be differences. I do know that is my Uncles wife's grave thou.
|Kathy Orman||RE: Vos at Artesia Cemetery|
|Kati McSweeney||RE: Corum infants at Artesia Cemetery|
I wasn't planning on using your unmarked grave graphic at Find-A-Grave, only within my family trees at Ancestry.com (so many ancestors and relatives have no markers). As soon as you told me I was free to use it, I copied it from one of the Corum infant's memorial page and saved it with my family photos on my hard-drive. THANKS AGAIN! Best Wishes, Kati
|deanna french||RE: Walter Burgin|
What a shame; I thought it was very impressive!
|Patty Goswick||RE: Caldonia Burge and others|
Thank You BB !
|LoriTCR||RE: Ysidora Solarez|
Thank you very much, how kind of you. I will put one up for Cruz.
Added by LoriTCR on May 27, 2016 7:23 PM
|deanna french||Walter Burgin|
Thank you so very much for the attention to my post requesting a photo for the memorial page of Walter Burgin. It is so nice to see a lovely graphic where a monument can't be found.You are a gem!!
|Mary J Griswold||RE: Lois Elaine Zentgraf|
You're very welcome. We have it 99% photographed so it's just a matter of monitoring recent internments and she was on my list. Glad you liked it.
|Kati McSweeney||Corum infants @ Artesia Cemetery|
Thank you so much for researching the burial places for my two infant Corum cousins at Artesia Cemetery last NOV for my family and me!
I'm sorry it's taken me so long to acknowledge your invaluable assistance.
I especially like your unmarked grave graphic that you posted on their memorial pages. How ingenious! WITH YOUR PERMISSION, I would like to use your graphic in my family trees at Ancestry. I will, of course, give you photographic credit for the graphic as that's the right thing to do (I'm an old Girl Scout and doing the right thing will always be burned into my soul-LOL!). But I will completely understand if you would prefer that I not use it.
Helping those researching the final resting places of their deceased ancestors and relatives is not only a selfless act of kindness on your part, it is also a cherished and priceless gift that you give to us.
May God bless you and yours in all your endeavors!
With heartfelt gratitude,
P.S. Even though I live in SoCal (in the San Fernando Valley), I'm disabled and it becomes a big production to get the handicap shuttle to take me to local cemeteries to research for myself. It's dedicated volunteers like you that help me in so many ways! THANKS!
P.S.S. My mom and I (in my Find A Grave thumbnail photo) are both related to the Corum infants through my maternal grandpa's lineage.
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