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Kathy (#47402211)
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I'm a 64yr. old Wife, Mom, Grandmother & a Navy Veteran. I have over 43 yrs. of experience as a Domestic Engineer. I've been researching our family lineages since 1978. It has been a big blessing the past few years. Between Ancestry's extended data bases combined with F.A.G. has made it possible to find more & more of our lost family members. Thank you to all those who have done volunteer work for F.A.G.
My physical limitations prevent me from taking a journey thru cemeteries. So your journeys & through your efforts, the most humble & most elaborate markers, have been amazing to discover & see through your photos. So your work on our behalf is most appreciated. We Wish You All Fair Winds and Following seas.
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Mr. Tom
RE: Joseph Brockman #134827770
the name to the left was Hade which I took picture of and posted. I did so many yesterday don't remember the first name off hand. the markers too the right were the next lot.
Added by Mr. Tom on Sep 01, 2014 9:18 AM
Danielle Lanemann
RE: Dwight O. Williams #134083292
You are welcome!! I am happy to help!!

Added by Danielle Lanemann on Aug 10, 2014 5:58 PM
Steph T
RE: Louis Wells #111300260
I haven't been back to the library for quite some time, been crazy at work! But still hope to be able to find something for you guys before winter sets in!

Added by Steph T on Jul 17, 2014 9:23 AM
Judy Llamas
Shannon-King Cemetery
Hi, Kathy,
Sorry, but I don't have the photo so that I can read what is written on the sign. It probably has a description of the cemetery and a list of some military men, as you might guess. If I am ever up that way, I'll take a better picture of it - one that is readable.
Added by Judy Llamas on Jun 27, 2014 2:52 AM
Linda Y
RE: Sgt. James Marrs #102789886
We wiill have a nice week. We are heading from indiana to Glacier Park. Thx
Added by Linda Y on Jun 15, 2014 6:33 PM
Steph T
RE: Louis Wells #111300260
Hi Kathy! I haven't given up on finding Louis Wells yet, and I didn't click the right box when I tried to post the problem I was having, so I would love it if you would re-request a photo for me. I've made a couple of trips to the library and the city hall and still have hopes of locating the final resting place for Mr. Wells. Just last week I managed to narrow down the spot of one gentleman and found his stone about 6 inches under ground. Still waiting for someone from the city to get back to me on how to get it OUT of the ground so we can read it, but I'm all charged up and ready to start a new "hunt"! I'll keep in touch! Stephanie
Added by Steph T on May 05, 2014 8:42 PM
W Hans Paulson
There is a metal marker by his stone that is the Order of the Easter Star, which is the women's order connected to the Masons. Do you want me to add it to his? Jane
Added by Jane on Apr 04, 2014 10:51 AM
Cora Dewey Paulson
I took a picture of the metal maker and posted it on her memorial so you can see it. I will start including these types of pictures.
Added by Jane on Apr 04, 2014 10:38 AM
RE: Cora Dewey Paulson #96769286
I looked at the photo and can't remember it, so.I will have to go check it out. I drove by there yesterday and the driveways are still snowed shut but hopefully I can start going back soon.
Added by Jane on Mar 20, 2014 8:13 AM
RE: w. Hans Paulson #96767514
Hi, I don't know how much I can be of help with your Paulson line, but I will check out the cemetery when they open it up and see who is there. Right now it is snowed in. The only Paulsons I actually knew was Merril (Merrel) and his wife Blanche. They were still alive when I moved into the community. Merril was quite the story teller, but then he was old and had a lot of memories. His family ran the local grist mill/saw mill when he was younger I guess, but I remember them running the drug store as it was called. I don't know if they ever really had a drug store as we think of them know. I know it had a really neat soda fountain and they sold lots of stuff. Blanch was a very religious person and a real sweetheart. Merrill always chewed on cigars. I will see what else I can find out. My husband grew up here so maybe he will know more. This could get kind of long, maybe you should email me directly at
Jane... would you like the memorials transferred?
Added by Jane on Jan 03, 2014 11:05 AM
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