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You are very welcome for the photos pertaining to Daniel Abrahamson and Westley Banks. I'm glad I was able to fulfill this request.
Added by Cami on Oct 10, 2016 7:34 AM
|DDM||Katherine Aaron's/Oakes View|
Thank you so much for your request.
This is always a special trip for me. Oakes is both of my parents hometown. As you can well imagine I spent a lot of time in Oakes while growing up.
As you can also well imagine I also have a lot of family buried in Oakes View Cemetery. In fact of all the times I've been there for Find A Grave this is the first time I've been able to fulfill requests for some of my family (6 to be exact with two others that I'm not sure about).
So that was pretty cool. In fact one of the people I found I didn't realize was my Great Aunt until I saw her Memorial Page.
Then we have the Aaron's.
As it turns out Katherine and Marvins son, Leonard, was a classmate and, I assume childhood fried of my Dad, Harold Miller. (Dad is buried in Fairview Cemetery here in Wahpeton, ND. But there's more.
I had already notice Leonard had served in Korea and had died in 1953 so I figured he was Killed In Action.
But when I looked at his dates, not only was a classmate of my Dad (he was born in January of 1932 Dad was born in May of 1932) but he was killed on my Dad's birthday; May 29, 1953.
How very special!!!
Thanks again. What a special request this was.
Added by DDM on Oct 01, 2016 2:43 PM