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Nita Aasen (#47488665)
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Bio Photo Beginning in the summer of 2009 I undertook the project of updating cemetery records for Resurrection Cemetery(originally Swedish Cemetery and then the Lutheran Cemetery). Resurrection Cemetery is owned by First Lutheran Church of St. Peter, Minnesota (originally Swedish Lutheran Church).

Concurrently, I also began researching those interred at the Saint Peter State Hospital Original Cemetery, which is adjacent to Resurrection. The Original Cemetery land is now owned and maintained by First Lutheran church via the Resurrection Cemetery Board. However, the Saint Peter Regional Treatment Center, formerly St. Peter State Hospital, has the burial records for the Orignal Cemetery.

In order to maintain the integrity of these cemetery records, I will not transfer memorial pages unless it is confirmed that a person is not actually interred in one of the two cemeteries mentioned above.

I am willing to add corrections or additions as appropriate and as consistent with Find A Grave policies.
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Goran Danielsson
RE: Alfred Sandgren
Hi again,

Lovely to get such a speedy reply! I visited the cemetery of South Elim Church in 2004 with relatives living in St Paul and guessed our connection with the Granstrands so we tried getting in touch with one of the sons. We are related to Alfreds family. His mother Lovisa was the sister of my great grandmother. I thank you for sharing and will use the email address you sent. Please ask if there is anything I could help you with! Thank you!
Added by Goran Danielsson on Dec 28, 2015 4:13 PM
Goran Danielsson
Thanks for wedding photo
This is fun! To be able to sit in Sweden and get a lovely wedding picture of a distant relative, Alfred Sandgren. If anyone here related to the Sandgren family would like to get in touch, please do!
Added by Goran Danielsson on Dec 28, 2015 1:38 PM
Barbara Means
RE: Adolph Roseby
Greetings Nita, Thank you for the information about Adolph Roseby. I will make the changes needed, but I would like to find out where Adolph is interred. I guess I have some researching to do.

Thank you again,

BJM
Added by Barbara Means on Oct 18, 2015 5:49 PM
Barbara Means
RE: Adolph Roseby
Greetings Nita, Thank you for the information about Adolph Roseby. I will make the changes needed, but I would like to find out where Adolph is interred. I guess I have some researching to do.

Thank you again,

BJM
Added by Barbara Means on Oct 18, 2015 5:49 PM
Barbara Means
RE: Adolph Roseby
Thank you for the information on Adolph Roseby who died 08-25-1939. Mr.Roseby was my uncle and he was sent to St. Peter State Hospital around 1936 for tuberculosis where he was isolated until his death on 8-25-1939.
August 18, 1997 I received a copy of the Certificate of Death Record for Adolph Roseby from the State of Minnesota County of Nicollet, County Recorder Kathryn Conlon, by JoAnn Cochran, Deputy. Because of the financial status of Adolph Roseby and his family, I assumed that they buried him in a County gravesite.

BJMeans
Added by Barbara Means on Oct 08, 2015 11:42 AM
patsy (mann)holtz
William J. Worthington
Find A Grave Memorial# 89476893
Andrew Jackson Worthington was William's half brother. Andrew was the son of Bradford William Worthington and his 1st wife Ann Elizabeth Dunbar.
William J. Worthington was the son of Bradford William Worthington and his 2nd wife Lucinda Hills.
They are my ancestors. Thank You
Added by patsy (mann)holtz on Jun 26, 2015 9:15 PM
Carol
Mary Impossible Name
Nita,

I want to publically thank you for the info you sent about Mary. Words can't express how grateful I/we are. There are folks in four states doing happy dances, thanks to you. Because of your actions, a mystery that has plagued us for years has been solved.

Carol
Added by Carol on May 21, 2015 3:22 PM
April Benedict
RE: Peter Kluetsch
Thank you for your reply. I believe your Peter to be the husband of my Alvina, with children Frank, Emma, John, Martha, William, Ella and Freddie. Alvina died in 1886 the same year the youngest, Freddie, was born
Peter was on the 1900 Census, some of the children then living with their brother John in 1905 and 1910.
My gut tells me your Peter is their father, but with no proof.
Added by April Benedict on Mar 02, 2015 4:33 PM
Vonnie Trumble
Friend of Erik
Mrs. Aasen, I became friends with Erik while running at Hope College and would like to make contact with you if possible. My email is TrumbleV@gmail.com. Thanks, Vonnie Trumble
Added by Vonnie Trumble on Sep 29, 2014 12:25 PM
Kim
St Peters hospital cemetery
Thank you for trying to find the graves of Mary ann Farrar and Ivory Witterall. I appreciate it. Kim
Added by Kim on Nov 12, 2013 10:22 AM
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