|Karen Frederickson (#47127730)|
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If I leave an Iris, this means that the memorial page is for someone in one of my family trees. Some are 'just' a connection, but they are connected to me somehow!|
My paternal grandmother grew irises in front of her living room windows.
I will transfer a memorial page to you if you are a descendant/relative. Please give your details in a private message. Do this by clicking on "Edit" in the memorial you would like to have transferred, and then on "Suggest a correction or provide additional information."
Note: I pride myself on responding quickly to requests, but my schedule does not always cooperate. Occasionally I go on vacation!
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|R Timm||Alvin Ruthenbeck Bio|
Long time Free Press employee Alvin R. Ruthenbeck, 82, of Mankato, died Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2000, at Mankato House Health Care Center.
Services are 2 p.m. Monday at Our Saviorís Lutheran Church, Mankato, the Rev. Charles Ortloff officiating. Burial is in Pilgrimís Rest Cemetery, Mankato.
Visitation is 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Mankato Mortuary and one hour before services Monday at the church.
Mr. Ruthenbeck was born April 28, 1918 to Charles and Martha (Baumgart) Ruthenbeck in Okabena. He graduated from Okabena High School. He married Edith M. Johnson Sep. 1, 1940, at Clinton. A veteran of the US Army, he served during World War II. He operated Clinton Advocate Newspaper. Later he was employed as a tyjpesetter for Western Guard, Madison, Minn., Jackson County Pilot and The Free Press. He was a member of Our Saviorís Lutheran Church. He enjoyed woodworking.
Mr. Ruthenbeck is survived by his wife, one daughter and her husband Margene and Lowell Lovelace of North Mankato; one son and his wife, Dennis and JoAnn of San Luis Obispo, Calif.; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; two brothers and their wives, Hilbert and Elda of Fairbault and Lornell and Lois of Gladstone, Ore.; one sister, Theoda Bjerken of Columbia Heights and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by five brothers and three sisters.
From Mankato Free Press
Added by R Timm on Sep 21, 2016 3:32 PM
I tried to fulfill your photo request for Diamond Jenness, however was unable to find a stone on the plot (Section 37, plot 51 SE grave 1), but unfortunately there was not one. The plot actually belongs to the family of his late wife, so I know I had the right spot. It is located directly behind the Pratt plot, for which there is a stone. I took a photo of the area and will upload that instead.
Added by yithio on Sep 19, 2016 7:21 AM
Thank you for the transfer of Edward H Evans. I've uploaded his photo and bio today.
Added by tutumom on Aug 29, 2016 5:55 PM
|Will Reid||Augustus Whitaker|
hi Karen Thanks for the heads up I did not post the photo and I see no way in my tools as caretaker of this grave too remove it you may try contacking the person that put it there and see if they would and put it on his son page if you have no luck let me know I I will see if I can do something when I get back home for I drive truck and normaly home on the weekend for a day
Hello. I made one suggestion regarding one of a Superkentman's (a fallen graver) memorials and Find A Grave re-assigned quite of few of his to me. I have no interest in or info on this person/family so I will transfer to you as you seem to have some ideas/knowledge. Thanks! Kathy_G
Added by Kathy_G on Aug 02, 2016 6:53 PM
|Becky Ross||RE: Hugh Ross 79th Cameron Highlanders|
Thank you for this information. Hugh Ross Sr. (1788-1863) is my 3rd great grandfather.
Hugh Ross Sr (1788-1863)
Hugh Ross Jr (1836-1885)
Percy Walter George Ross (1883-1947)
Robert James Ross (My grandfather)
Ronald Robert Ross (My father)
I just realized that I had several messages from ancestry.com folks that I never knew were there. Three years later I am now answering those posts! Now that I am connecting the dots I believe I just found a message from you and replied on there. Is this a good place for us to connect?
|Becky Ross||Hugh Ross 79th Cameron Highlanders|
I am the 3rd Great Grand Daughter to Hugh Ross (Memorial # 37113328). I am doing research on my family tree and see that you have incredible details about this ancestor of mine.
The source you document is "Source: "Record of the Noncommissioned Officers, Trumpeters, or Drummers and Privates of His Majesty's Regiment of Foot 79th Cameron Highlanders""
You indicate that he is on page 85 of this document. I am having a hard time locating this document and finding him on page 85. Do you have a link to this document? The closest thing I can find is located here but I can't find Hugh listed in this unless he wen't by a different name. Thank you so much for your help with this. My father and grandfather are going to be so excited when I share the new source with them.
Hope to hear from you soon!
Thanks for your edit.
Was doing a little research on my Fosli line and came across your entry on Find A Grave for Marianne #39935554. I happened to notice her name a few up from one of my relatives on a ship coming to America. They both came from the same community and I was wondering if they were related.
My ancestor is Olaf Mathśus Pettersen Fosli (1891-1961) and he's the son of Nikoline Olsdatter of Tinglum and Petter Adolph Mikalsen.
I was wondering if you knew there was a connection between Marianne's father Nils and Olaf's father Petter.
Added by Megan on Jul 25, 2016 5:44 PM
|Robert Fahey||Orman Beecher's birth year|
Thanks, I changed it. Actually, I noticed that the newspaper article already on the page listed his birth year as 1839. I decided that my reading of "Aged 68 yrs" on his grave marker must have been a misreading of "Aged 58 years." It's difficult to tell from the marker photo. It's such a tragic story: he killed himself and left a wife and children.
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