|James and Sharon Cissell (#47567610)|
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Those who do not look upon themselves as a link, connecting the past with the future, do not perform their duty to the world. - Daniel Webster|
Our individual grandmothers introduced us to our family history in 1949 when we were very young. The tales of the adventurers, frontiermen, Minnesota Scots fur traders, French trappers and the American Native Chiefs in our familiy fired our young imaginations like nothing else. Now that we are retired we can devote more of our time to this fascinating hobby, and learning more about "the frontier" in Minnesota, the Dakotas, and the Wyoming plains. Also pursuing in Virginia, Maryland, Massachusetts and our country's early history environs.
Since retirement we have become the family historians and enjoy genealogy and the subsequent history enormously ever since. Our personal interest resides specifically with these surnames: Paternal lines: Alden, Bartlett, Blackburn, Church, Cissell, Clark, Folsom, Greene, Hayden, Jewel, Lessert, Osgood, Payne, Thompson. Maternal lines: Anderson, Aisquith, Ayrd, Blanford, Bear, Brown, Campbell, Carli, Carrico, Chatillon, Crawford, Curtsinger, Frenier, Grey Cloud, Hagen, Hayden, Langworth, LeClair, Patrick, Pidgeon, Pugh, Renshaw, Renville, Robertson, Roy, Thompson, Toon Valandry, Wabasha.
Any information at all that you might provide along these lines is valued. Blessings!
"Be gentle in what you do, firm in how you do it" ~ unknown.
Martin Community Cemetery
Old Agency Churchyard
Renville Family Cemetery (1)
Saint Marys Episcopal Cem...
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|muggah||RE: Jesse Jewel's tombstone|
Sorry about that. A friend wanted to do this cemetery for me and she didn't know about taking the photo face on. I've asked her to re-take the photo and she agreed to do so. She did mention that the stone was tipped forward, so I hope we can get the info you're looking for. Will post as soon as I receive it.
Added by muggah on May 27, 2015 5:26 PM
|Mrs Fenton||RE: Jesse and Jane Hayden|
You are most welcome!
|Susan||RE: John Cleveland Payne|
Hello James & Sharon,
You are very welcome! We took the original photo of the grave with no marker so it was very much a pleasure to be able to photograph this beautiful marker for you!
Added by Susan on Mar 03, 2015 10:20 AM
|Mrs Fenton||RE: Sophia Merritt|
You are very welcome!
|Mr. & Mrs. Delatorre||James Lea- Mountain View Cemetery-- Oakland, CA|
I am the contributor who 'claimed' your request for James Lea. I went to the cemetery yesterday and searched the entirety of the area where he is buried but did not find a headstone for him. He is buried with his family who I see has already had their headstones photographed. I took a few steps back and photographed the area in which he is buried and in the photo it shows his family's headstones predominantly in said photo. Would you like me to post this since he does not have his own headstone? If so, you need to either delete a photo on his memorial or sponsor it because you have reached the maximum amount of photographs allowed on an un-sponsored memorial. If you do not need the photograph I took you can delete your request for his headstone picture.
Hope this helps.
|Patsy LaPointe||RE: Lesserts|
I did not get your email. Would you please send it again. I also totally spaced it out. Sorry.
|Carolan La Vallee-Rahman||Are we related|
I am trying to find out info. about my family line. I have been told that I am related to Chief Red Wing and wish to find out if this is true. My maternal grandfather's name was Arthur Bacon. It is said that his mother was the daughter of Chief Red Wing. It has also been said that my great grandfather was a British diplomat when he married my great-grandmother. I do not have a confirmation on his 1st name, only that his last name was Bacon.
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|Louis Roth||RE: Francis Marion Hard memorial|
I have my people sorting it out for me
|Louis Roth||RE: Francis Marion Hard location|
does not make sense:
Garden Plot, Section F, Division 7, Tier 4, Niche 12.
Garden Plot F is on the East Side and is outdoors, not likely to have cremated remains.
there are Tiers there but no niches
there is a Section F in the Catacombs, indoors, and there are niches. but it is Not a Garden
I sent to note to the Vault and will let you know what they advise
|Joy||RE: Willis Buton Hards|
You are most welcome, it was my pleasure. No, I didn't write the chosen. I put a link at the bottom to where it is on the internet. I loved it so much, I just had to share it.
Added by Joy on Oct 02, 2014 5:03 PM
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