|David Van Middendorp (#47159454)|
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I am retired from the Coast Guard & 15 1/2 years with the VA Regional Office in Sioux Falls, SD. I am now fully retired. I have been doing family research for about 30 years and fully understand the significance of good evidence. My wife, Pam, and I have three kids and 6 grandchildren. Our grandkids are very enthusiastic about finding gravesites and the history surrounding them.|
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|Ozarkcheryl||Mina Mae Muters|
The Martin family is deeply appreciative of this transfer, thank you. OZARKCHERYL
|Rudy Brockmueller||Yetta Boese|
Are you sure she should be listed in the Freeman City Cemetery? In the RootsWeb project I see her listed in the Shartner/Mennonite Cemetery. I believe that is where she belongs. Thanks
|Don M. Albers||Husband and wife tombstones|
Where you have husband and wife Tombstone and separate memorials (Lindekugels) please connect them on their memorials. Spencer Cemetery.
|Bob Dirks||RE: Dircks Family|
This would be a Great Uncle 3 times removed, so
no need to transfer the memorial. I was just doing some additions to the memorial. Please finish adding the additional data.
Thanks for all that you do.
|Remember Them Always||RE: Mennonite Cemetery|
This site is wonderful! It has been so helpful in my family history search. As for Mennonite Cemetery, I just fulfilled some requests. I have no relatives there. So no transfers needed. ;) Thanks for the offer, though!
|KenEck||Eva Unruh Memorial|
Thank you so much for adding the family links to this memorial. All that you do is appreciated.
Added by KenEck on Jun 08, 2012 11:51 AM
|Gilly (inactive)||Our Lady of Lourdes/Catholic Cemetery Dolton|
David: They finally merged the two cemeteries, if you want to have a look. You can find it under Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Cemetery aka Catholic Cemetery...GC
|Margo C||John & Mildred Olson|
Thank you so much for taking the photos of my aunt & uncle. It means so much to me.
Margo Hansen Rinehart
Added by Margo C on Apr 08, 2012 7:01 AM
|Grace Swanson||Alfred Johnson|
Thank you for the photo of Alfred Johnson's grave. I have a feeling that this is one Johnson I may not be related to, but it is so hard with so many people of very same name and very close birth dates. The Alfred Johnson that I have in my ancestry was born in 1886 (I have a WW I draft registration that clearly shows 1886)
I would like to thank you anyhow for your time and effort in getting this and the other photos from the Komstad Cemetery.
I remember going there as a young child. My grandfather and grandmother had a farm very close to the Komstad Church. That church was the one my father grew up in. He became a missionary to Nigeria, where my brother, sister and I were born.
Since I now live in California, it is a bit of a journey for me to get to S. Dakota, but someday I would really like to go back one more time. For now, I so much appreciate the photos you have taken for me.
|Grace Swanson||Esther Emelia Johnson|
Thank you so much for the photo of Esther Emelia Johnson. She is a cousin on my grandmother's side.
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