|Aunt Bee on the porch in Mayberry||You are welcome!|
It's a privilege to remember our loved ones!
|DDM||RE: Vernon Eugene Serfling Memorial Photos|
You are very welcome!
He was a great find!!
I always try to post the three pictures for what you said....backing up gives great perspective.
I'm glad you enjoyed the pictures and that I could help.
Added by DDM on Jul 04, 2013 6:02 AM
I hope you enjoy these pictures.
The first time by I walked right by his headstone. It was completely covered by dead grass.
Fortunetly I was able find him the second time through.
Again, I hope you enjoy the pictures.
Added by DDM on Jul 03, 2013 7:58 PM
|L. Winge||RE: Minnie Bastian|
I also put a GPS location on the picture, for viewing.
Added by L. Winge on Jun 27, 2013 2:51 AM
|L. Winge||Minnie Bastian|
Found her at Mount Hope.
Added by L. Winge on Jun 26, 2013 5:18 PM
|L. Winge||RE: Julius Bastian Photo|
Looked like they had big lot with family stone and only one headstone. You see in picture lot of room for one stone. I'll check with burial record's at cemetery.
Added by L. Winge on Jun 22, 2013 6:59 PM
|Nadeen Sobottka||Wm. & Florence Peterson|
Hi, the information that you provided for the Peterson's at Forest Home Cem. has been added. Regards, Nadeen
|R.Roberson||RE: Chambers and Sherman Family|
Thanks for the advice & suggestions. The rest of my week is "jam packed" so this went to the top of my "to do" list. I'm sure I have a picture of Ruth so will add that also. I remember my Dad talking some about the Hinckley fire but didn't realize at the time that involved family. I'm from Henry Ambrose's 2nd wife. Lucinda (Laban Harry Lamberton). In fact their cemetery stones had sunk into the ground so far that almost covered with dirt so several years ago I had them put on new concrete bases & I did this for several of the other Lamberton stones.
|R.Roberson||RE: Ruth Lamberton Sherman|
Are you related to the Lamberton's? That was my maiden name. I spent some of Memorial day in the basement as tornado's were seen in my area. Thankfully all we had was a good rain.
Yes, Ruth was married to Louis Chambers. He died in the Hinckley, Minn. forest fire in 1894. Ruth escaped. I believe there was over 400 people killed in this fire. Some people were able to get on trains that came to pick up people. One of the trains caught on fire but they got across the river before it had to be put out. Ruth's 2nd husband, Noble Sherman, lost his wife, 4 children age 7 to 1 and a brother to the fire. Wonder how one survives this type of an ordeal? Should I just add this information to the obit? Open to suggestions.
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