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David (#47590469)
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Armstrong History
Bounds - #140804527
Hi - I came across a short bio while researching early pioneers of Outagamie County for a project. Maybe you are related? I saw that the DOB was "unknown" on his memorial page and have sent you an "edit" - via the "edit tab". I posted an image on the memorial page with additional info. Hope this is of interest to you.
Added by Armstrong History on Feb 07, 2015 1:41 PM
Christina Lund
Helen E Mason Spencer
Helen Mason Spencer was my great great grandmother and I have been wondering how she arrived in Hidalgo County Texas where she died. There is a death certificate that shows she was there for 5 months. Just curious if you have any information on why she traveled there.

Thank you,
Christina
Added by Christina Lund on Dec 21, 2014 7:57 PM
DeAnn
RE: Pace/Austin
Hi David,

Got your message and wanted to let you know I am related to the Austins. Sarah is my Great Great Grandmother. I recently received quite a bit of info on Austin family from descendents of Henrietta Austin.
Added by DeAnn on Nov 15, 2014 10:05 PM
ReliSearcher
RE: Gazelle Rohde
Thank you so much for the kind message you left me. It gives me great joy to hear that something I have done has helped someone else.
It is people like you that give me the motivation to continue working on genealogy.
Added by ReliSearcher on Sep 09, 2014 7:44 PM
Pam Sandbo
St. Olaf Cemetery
My husband and I are responsible for making a St. Olaf Cemetery map. We photographed all the gravestones and are currently adding these to FindaGrave. We discovered that FindaGrave has two listings for St. Olaf Cemetery. One is listed in Watonwan County (wrong) and one is listed in Martin County (correct). The wrong one only has about 24 memorials, so we are respectfully asking people who have added memorials to the wrong one to either delete their memorial or transfer it to "Saint Olaf Cemetery, Cedar Township, Martin County, MN." Thanks for your cooperation. Once we get everyone to delete or transfer memorials, we will have FindaGrave delete the wrong cemetery to eliminate confusion.

The memorial you added to the "wrong" cemetery:
Henry Webster Hansen #101752876

Thanks for your help!
John & Pam Sandbo
Added by Pam Sandbo on Jun 20, 2014 9:28 AM
thorsley
Redlinger / Jerred
Hello David -

Thanks for the transfer of the memorials. I will take good care of them.

Thanks for all your contributions to FindAGrave. You are a gem!

Blessings to you, friend -

-t.
Added by thorsley on May 24, 2014 8:04 PM
Chloe
Gretchen VanAtta Murphy
Hi David,
To my great regret, I didn't find Gretchen in time to meet her personally... but she was a cousin of ours, granddaughter of Erda VonSien Minske. (Erda was my father's aunt.)
My Dad was born the same year as Gretchen, they played together as children and he remembers her fondly. I've seen pictures of her. She was a beautiful little girl. I will try to find a photo to post. :-) He will be interested to hear about the Mayflower connection!
Are you related on the Van Atta side?
Thank you for writing,
Chloe Perdew
P.S. - Are you planning on posting a note on their memorials regarding the Mayflower connection?
Added by Chloe on Apr 17, 2014 5:36 PM
Richard Bohn
Barbara Agnes Daum Butler
Hi David: Your information has been added to her memorial. Thanking you in return, Richard.
Added by Richard Bohn on Apr 15, 2014 4:11 PM
Linda Rhoadarmer
RE: brown
I have found Henry Brown in the same cemetery.
Added by Linda Rhoadarmer on Jan 30, 2014 10:59 AM
Linda Rhoadarmer
RE: brown
Thank you. I have had a hard time finding her. The obit I had found in Iowa with the Mrs. T.H. Smith mentioned in it was my big clue so I held on to it hoping someday to find her. We all did it and you were the biggest help. It is fun when these things happen. Now I want to go back and recheck the cemetery to see what else I have missed. We even went by a farmer's home. (Twice). They had the records for the cemetery. We went through the records but didn't find anything but of course I did not know what to look for. (Brown)
The records did not show Sarah Elizabeth Smith but we did find her headstone. And we walked the entire cemetery looking at the names on the headstones. Records are not that accurate it seems.
So see this was important to me so again thank you. Linda
Added by Linda Rhoadarmer on Jan 30, 2014 7:14 AM
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