|Dennis Johnson (#47692696)|
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Maintained by my mother Beverly and myself. |
Just trying to find some of our ancestors and taking extra photos along the way.
I ended up at "Find A Grave" through my Genealogy research and have since found it a wonderful place to honor passed family members.
We live as long as we are remembered;
Those who have passed from this world,
die only when we whom they loved forget them...
...Once upon a time I walked across this hard, cold earth, and when I reached the end of my journey I looked back and beheld that the winds of time had erased all signs that I was ever here. But if you look closely, you will see an indentation here and a groove there, and if we are both very lucky you will find a foot print. And if you will look and find the signs of my passing, and remember me for a day or a season, I will be grateful.
...By Kurt A. Johnson
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|Glenn Harris||Leonard Kastengren|
Have posted the obituary as requested. Is he a relative of yours? If so I have no problem transferring custody of the memorial over to you.
|Cindy Leister||Goldie Shipley|
Thank you so much for Goldie's obituary to add to her memorial. It gives so much more meaning to her memory. She was the mother of a very dear friend, her daughter Joyce Hanson.
|mike mc govern||Leonard Elkin|
I was very pleased to find this picture of my Uncle Leonard and Aunt Ellen. My grandmother Elenore McGovern(Elkin) was Leonard's sister. We lived in Omaha and Leonard and Ellen would come in from Souix City for every Thanksgiving and Christmas. My sister and I were the only Kids, so needless to say we received plenty of attention. I lost touch when we moved to Chicago in 1967. I am happy to know where there resting place is located.
Thank you, Michael McGovern
Hi I was just looking at the O'Bryan's in Calvary Cemetery in Sioux City. You have a Robert 1892-1959 and John R. 1900-1943. They would be my grandfather, Parlan's brothers. Their parents were Richard O'Bryan and Mary Jane McKee O'Bryan who are buried in Norfolk, Nebraska. I guess I just found out what happened to them. Thank you.
Added by Peggy on Aug 07, 2013 11:44 AM
Hi my 3rd great grandmother was Augusta Werbelow Rogge Born in Prussia and her son was Fredrich William Rogge was my 2nd great grandfather .
Added by Ghost on Jun 26, 2013 10:00 PM
|BJ Pridemore||Boege family|
I am the granddaughter of Lawrence Vern Boege. His daughter, Helen, is my mother. I'm researching my ancestry and found your information listed on my grandfather's memorial here. Feel free to contact me, either publicly here or my email at email@example.com.
|Melanie Jones||George and Carrie Cocayne|
I had looked for a memorial for George and Carrie Cocayne less than a week ago. I looked again yesterday just to verify for myself that there wasn't one, and WOW there WAS one, created just the day before! Thank you so much for taking the time to do what you are doing with these memorials. Look closely for that small mark left behind and know that they are not forgotten. Thanks again.
|J.Richard Davis||RE: ivers|
you are very welcome, your name is a familiar one, my best friend in the Army was Dennis Johnson, we were in Alaska together in 1969.
|Jolene Chapman||Chapman Grave Pics|
Thank you so much.
|Dalene Worthington||Anna Marie Timm|
I added the bio and corrected her name.
How much do you know about the people that came from Germany?
Here is what I have:
b: 1844 Holstein, Germany
h/o Annie Lass
b: 1854 Holstein, Gremany
Hantz Peter Timm 1879-1932
h/o Lettie Coral McIntosh b: Council Bluffs
b: 1879 Iowa.
b: 1875 Iowa
There is also a Koenig in the family
Thresa May Koenig b: Sachen, Gornig, Germany
d: 2 Feb. 1913 Peru, La Salle Co., Il.
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