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Please let me know if you find incorrect information (spellings, dates, etc.) on any of the memorial pages I have created, or have additional information to be included.|
If you find a relative among those I have listed and would like editorial control over their memorial page, I will gladly transfer the page to you. Just email me and be sure to put "Findagrave" in the subject line. I believe that family should have priority to enter information and photos as they desire on this site, for their relative(s)or loved ones.
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|Joe Thurstenson||Emil Frasch|
Thank you for gaining a photo of Emil Frasch's grave stone. All my evidence is he never married and the tragedy that ended his life early probably was part of that reason. "Emil, the youngest son of Erhard and Esther suffered a kidney failure. In 1970 Erhard donated his kidney to his son Emil at a kidney transplant in a hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Emil was on the road to recovery when the disease that took his kidney, infected his liver and he died in 1973." Adeline's note in "Saga of the Missouri River Reveille"
|Dennis L Pastian||Sidney Whiting|
Thank you once again for another fantastic picture! You always do such a great job, and do them quickly too! You ROCK!!!!!
Hi, I'm sorry but all that I know I have listed. I got some from his death cert and some from census. I have Holley in my family but have not connected him.
|Phillip Carlson||William Wonnenberg|
Hey I see you took a picture of William Wonnebergs grave, his son Charles Wonneberg is my Uncle. Could you please transfer Williams page to me, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks alot. Phillip Carlson.
|C||James and Hattie Jensen|
Thank you so much for getting these photos for me. I am sorry I didn't get back to you sooner. Hattie is related by marriage, she was James' wife. Thank you so much for getting that picture as well!
Added by C on Jun 05, 2013 7:01 AM
|Ariella||RE: Nickolaus Klein|
Hi - the stone says that he was born in 1858 though? Before you add that information are we positive that is about the same person. Please let me know. thx.
Added by Ariella on Jun 01, 2013 10:20 AM
Thank you so much for the headstone pictures of the Andersen's - it is much appreciated :-)
Added by Sue on May 25, 2013 11:44 PM
|Linda Christensen||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for the Trautman photos. I really appreciate them. Thanks again!
|Joe Thurstenson||Cecelia Schmitz|
Thank you for obtaining the photo of her grave marker. Cecelia is descended through my 2nd Great Grandfather, Johann Peter Stroh, Sr. - my maternal side of the family. This line goes through Stroh, Wiederich, Bentz, Stoltenberg, Derner and then to Cecelia. I greatly appreciate your work.
Thank you so much for the research, what a lot of work for you! You are so lovely to help out like that. I will transfer them over to the correct place and ask the staff to delete the cemetery I created.
Added by C on May 12, 2013 6:58 PM
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