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I'm hoping that you received my message to correct Christiansen to Kristiansen and Sundahl to Sundal, as requested by Findagrave member J.L. Vinje. Thanks for all you do!

Added by janealogy50 on Aug 23, 2016 8:03 AM
Calvary cem. Landon, ND
I'am trying to get pic of gravestone for Edward & Anna Van Ackeran. Thanks
Added by truck on Jul 21, 2016 5:28 PM
Would you please transfer my grandparents and great grandparents? I would like to have them join my mom.

Lewey and Martha Jacobson
Nels and Olive Opheim

Added by ejbarthdahl on Jul 17, 2016 9:16 PM
Debbie James
William Hartwig
Thanks so much for the photo of William Hartwig!
Added by Debbie James on Jul 17, 2016 10:47 AM
Debbie James
William Hartwig
Thanks so much for the photo of William Hartwig!
Added by Debbie James on Jul 17, 2016 10:47 AM
Thomas Higgerson
Siri Erickson
Regarding Find A Grave memorial no. 51216494, you state that the date of her birth is taken from the death certificate. Do you have a copy of it? I am able to access only the digital information concerning her date of death, but the image of the death certificate is not available. If you would be willing to share your information, I would be very grateful. Thank you.
Thomas Higgerson
Added by Thomas Higgerson on Jul 17, 2016 3:16 AM
Erickson, Isak
I am trying to determine definitely if Isak Erikson buried in the Highland Cemetery is my great grand uncle. The last I have found him is Jan 1907 at his mothers funeral. I have a newspaper article from The Courier-Democrat regarding his death. He was a bachelor and the article states they were waiting for family to arrive to take care of funeral arrangements and he would be buried in Soper Cemetery (he is not there however) My Isak homesteaded in 1887 in Walsh and Cavalier Counties along with three brothers, Erik, Lars and Halvor (Oliver). The brothers were scattered by 1908 in Iowa, Washington and Canada and I think the oldest, Erik, would be the one making arrangements.
I am wondering how to find the funeral home? I am reasonably sure this is my uncle, but would like to know for sure as there are so many Isak Ericksons. Any help you could give will be appreciated.

If I have written you before, please forgive me, have been sidelined with illness the last few years and am just getting back into the ancestor search. Thanks Jerry
Added by erickson on Jul 01, 2016 8:42 PM
Ron Peterson
Greetings. I see you've entered a number of Hansons, specifically in Norman Co, MN. I'm wondering if you have knowledge of the family or if you are simply helping post memorials.
Added by Ron Peterson on Jun 25, 2016 6:53 PM
Juanita Booth
William and wife Marie Harms
The above are resting in the Ada Cemetery the are the parents of my Husband - Willard Harms and we live in Washington State He is 90 years old.
Do you live close enough to take a picture of the headstones as I am doing a Genealogy and would like them for that record.
If you can't post them to this site,then please E-mail to me at "" we live in Sequim, Washington - on the Olympic Peninsula - He has relatives still in Ada by the name of Hovland.

Bill was born in Ada on his parents 5th Wedding Ann. and his dad-William - died of TB when he was 19 months old - he came to Washington in 1943 along with his mother, Marie. Joined the Army Air Corp (WWII)

I wasn't sure if the Marie on the info was for his sister or his wife - but I did get the ads removed.
Thanks for your help Juanita Harms
Added by Juanita Booth on Jun 17, 2016 10:27 AM
# 86080744 - Christian Milsten
Dear Friend: Please disregard my other message below regarding this memorial.

I resolved the great mystery! Guess what, there were two Christian Milsten's who had both resided in MN at some point; and, another website had incorrectly listed my relative as being associated w/ your Christian Milsten

Hope you had a nice weekend.

Added by goldwingj1 on Jun 05, 2016 7:57 PM
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