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Alice (#47083912)
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Bio Photo If anyone wants a transfer, I'll hand it over, even if it is in my own family. Just please use the EDIT tab for your request.
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Lou Burns
Hi Alice...I was trying to get ahold of Jen Snoots - you were on her friends list - maybe you know how to contact her - she left me a message that she couldn't find a gravesite that I was looking for - I have the stone BUT someone cut off their son John (Who is also on the same stone - which I said in my request of the stone) - There is no message reply on her sight - so I can't tell her that the stone is there!!
If you would contact for me that would be great
Added by Lou Burns on Apr 25, 2015 6:32 PM
Hi, Looks like he married more than once. Second wife was Dagmar Norrland - married 1930 and died in 1988 in Lakewood. So they may be buried in Mt. V or NTC? I photo-doc'd that section so he wasn't there as far as I can remember.

Added by klassikat on Mar 24, 2015 4:09 PM
Roger Eriksson
Regarding Eric Olson
Thanks Alice! In Sweden we spell it like Olsson, it's a abbrevaiton of Olofs (possession) son (Olofsson, Olsson), i.e. two words combined to one. In english speaking countries it's spelled with one "s". Is there any stone, name or cross where Eric i buried?
best regards
Added by Roger Eriksson on Feb 16, 2015 12:06 AM

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