|Danielle R. (#46894704)|
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|Mary Rebarchik||March and Gritzmacher, Strehlow|
Thank you for your work
Thanks for catching that. You were right: they were both the same person. I must have been having another brain dead day.
Added by Lorraine on Nov 18, 2014 1:31 PM
|Judy Council||RE: Hockerts|
Yes, they did marry the same Michael Reiter! Della married him before 1920, and she died in 1929. Lena married him circa 1930. His first wife, Catherine Klein, died in 1914. I can't find marriage records for the sisters' weddings. Michael Reiter had a farm, and I suspect all 3 are buried on the farm. I have found all of the numbers that I can. Leo Casper Hockert would come and go to St. Cloud. My mom says no one knew where he went, or even if he had a family. Her dad was John Clemens Hockert, Leo's brother. Are you a family member, too? I would love to share photos with you.
Thanks, Judy C.
|Mary Arvidson||St Joseph-Bumba|
Cool. I love it when a picture helps to add to the family history. Good luck with your research
|Mary Arvidson||St Joseph, River Grove-Margaret Bumba|
Hi Danielle-I've posted the requested picture for Margaret Bumba. She shares a stone with Edward Wilson (died 1922) and Joseph Wilson (died 1920). If you create pages for them let me know and I'll post the picture there too.
|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||RE: Robertshaws|
could you send me a line via the EDIT tab on the memorial?
|Rachel White||Ambrose Memorials|
They're all yours!!! Thanks! :)
|Joy & Ed||RE: George Butterfield, East Wilton Cemetery|
You are very welcome, it was truly our pleasure.
Added by Joy & Ed on Aug 25, 2013 7:42 PM
|JDSieger||Calvary Cemetery Saint Cloud|
Good morning Danielle:
I took some pictures of the graves for both sites and I have done some research on the lot for the parents. I need to do some more at the History Center in town.
If you are comfortable sending me your e-mail address, we can continue this discussion with pictures, etc.
Added by JDSieger on Aug 02, 2013 12:28 AM
I have no family connection to Alma. I went through Section 5 in Calvary Cemetery and took a picture of the markers or headstones, then I created a memorial if one did not exist. Some of them like Alma, do not have any marker in the cemetery but the cemetery records identify the row she was buried in.
Transfer is easy. Look in the upper right of your screen above the picture and you will see the words "Transfer Management." Click on it and a dialog box will open with a place for the member of the person you wish to transfer management to. Enter their contributor number and press "Transfer." It will put the persons name behind the number for verification. If it is wrong, click "NO" and return to the memorial and start over. If it is correct, click "Yes" and the transfer is done.
Are you familiar with the GPS coordinates on Alma's memorial? If you click on these numbers, a Google map will open showing the approximate location of Alma's grave location (green arrow). If you were looking for a headstone or marker, it would get you within 20 feet or so of the location. Without a stone, it is just a general location for Alma. I can tell you the nearest stone on either side of Alma if that would be of value to you.
Do Alma's parents have a headstone or marker in the cemetery?
Added by JDSieger on Jul 30, 2013 10:06 PM
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