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In an effort to eliminate "dead Memorials", I give Find a Grave staff full permission to manage or transfer any of the Memorials I maintain to a family member who wants to maintain them upon my death.|
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|Delila Duffy||RE: Caroline Louise (Jahr) Comnick|
Well hi there cousin.
|Delila Duffy||Caroline (Jahr) Comnick Memorial|
I have noticed that you have left a flower on Caroline's memorial. I then went to your page & suspect with only 35 memorials, that you must be related to Caroline in some manner?
I am related but at an extreme distance.
I've enjoyed reading your extra news about the Larsen Family on this website. Would you happen to know which city in Wisconsin that Halvor Larsen (1855) died in? Also would appreciate any other family info you might have on their journey to America. My husband is linked to Christiana Larsen Erickson through her second husband Ole Erickson. Thank you. ~Therese Erickson
|Tess Warnstaff||RE: Anna May Stephenson|
Anna has been linked to her parents per your request. If you are related, I would be happy to transfer to you.
Her son, Ralph, was my step grandfather. He was such a good guy. I have very fond memories of him.
|Mark Vander Bauwede||Kermit Hove|
I found your name on this website as I was searching, Googling, the net in order to find information about Captain Kermit Hove (Genessee – Idaho). One of the links connected me with this site.
I'm performing research on the 101st Airborne division during its saga in the ETO campaign, its so called "Rendez vous with Destiny". Not only the several units their history are of interest to me but also the personal stories of the brave men who fought and liberated Europe. One of those men was Kermit Hove who served in the 401st Glider Infantry Regiment (partly incoporated into the 327th Glider Infantry Regiment). I've been looking for a wartime photo of him but until now never succeeded. I've located some newspaper clippings in which his names appeared and they are helpful. Since you added him on this website I was wondering if you were related to him or knew more about him.
Mark Vander Bauwede
Belgium - Europe
Sorry Jean I meant was there anything for Andrew the husband and father of Arthur and Stewart
|Audrey LeRew||Andrew and Elizabeth Lerew|
Hope Cemetery. You added a picture for Elizabeth. Was there a stone for her husband Andrew or two sons Arthur or Stuart (Steward)
|cskow||Baby Heimgartnre/Fix Ridge Cemetery, Juliaetta, Idaho|
Thank you for the corrections. They have been made. Please let me know if you would like me to transfer management of this page to you.
Added by cskow on Aug 08, 2013 8:57 PM
You're so welcome, Jean. I'm glad I was able to find so many for you. Makes this all worthwhile! I think I got all of the transfers done but if I've missed anyone, just let me know.
|B.J. Waters||More Heimgartners|
Hi Jean! Well, I found both Walter and Louise in the Resthaven Plot. Another check of the California Death Index and now I see that he did not die in Stanislaus County after all, but here in Los Angeles County. So now they are all on this site and the graves photographed and linked.
Since I was acting on your behalf, I wondered if you wanted me to transfer management of these memorials to you. You have only to ask. All I ask is that if someone who is directly descended from them asks for a transfer, that you grant it to them. If you prefer not to manage them, that is okay as well. I can add any information you want me to.
If there is anything else I can do for you here in Inglewood, just me know.
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