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Sandra (#46940457)
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Bio Photo My hobby is genealogy. I enjoy walking the cemeteries and taking photos of stones and to help others see their ancestors and loved ones stones.
I would be happy to transfer, to your care, any of my non-family memorials to anyone who finds that I have entered one of their ancestors/relatives.

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RE: The Weins gravesites
Hi once again, Sandra!
Thank you for getting back to me so quickly on this matter. My grand uncle, Peter Lawrence Weins, was born in Iowa to the best that I have as far as my records go. He died on 04 Oct 1953 in Hennepin, Minnesota, USA. The gravesite that shows this is in Glenville, Freeborn County, Minnesota at the Round Prairie Cemetery. You had added this on this site on September 1, 2012, along with his two sons, Robert Weins and Donald Frederick Weins.
I do hope that this information helps you. I am still looking for more information on the lines that I told you about before. I am so very grateful for any information that you could send to me Sandra I have what they call the "genealogy bug" and I feel this pushing from somewhere to get their work done.
Anyway, thanks for all that you have done so far and I hope to hear from you soon!

Sincerely yours,
Vikki C. (Weins)
Added by Vikki on Sep 21, 2014 3:21 PM
The "Weins" gravesites
Hi Sandra,
I see that you have taken the time to find 3 gravesites that are in my family tree. Peter L. Weins is my grand uncle and the other 2 sites are of his children.

Would it be possible to find out any other information regarding the gravesites that you found?

I have been doing my genealogy for about 3 years now and the "Weins", "Smith", "Adams, and "Daum" side is on my father's side and I have not been able to get too far in their line.

Thank you for all the time you have taken in doing these gravesites as they are a valuable tool in searching for the right names to match the dates, etc.

I can be reached at " and my name is Vikki (Weins) C.

Thank you very much
Added by Vikki on Sep 21, 2014 1:17 AM
Adoph C Tombstone Photo
Thanks again for another photo. It is appreciated.
Added by J's on Sep 17, 2014 6:00 PM
Dick Rierson
corrections & additions
i have taken numerous photos of the gravestones in salem memorial cemetery north of lake mills iowa & in west prairie cemetery by Leland,Iowa. if you agree please accept the changes. thank you, Dick
Added by Dick Rierson on Sep 17, 2014 9:12 AM
Mary Months
Gale W Lane
Dear Sandra,
Thank you so much for going to Memorial Park Cemetery and taking the photo for the headstone of Gale W Lane. I appreciate the time and effort that you took. Thanks! Mary
Added by Mary Months on Sep 16, 2014 6:03 PM
Steve & Nancy
Rebecca Ann Mattocks Curtess
Charles and Rebecca also had a daughter after Jane named Mary, born about 1877, I have nothing else on her. Could maybe fit stone in question.
Added by Steve & Nancy on Sep 15, 2014 8:22 PM
Steve & Nancy
RE: Rebecca Ann Mattocks Curtess
Yes, you are correct, Jane J. Curtess (Cmara Jane Curtess) was a daughter of Rebecca and Charles. That one is solved ...

but, I am not able to find where this James 1890 is fitting into the picture, I have been looking and searching for a James and have not found him yet, you indicate that he is a brother to Rebecca Ann, I don't find him in the census,...still confused on that one. Do you have birth and death dates for him?

I looked at the stones you have on Jane's page and the dates are correct for her and I had the 4 years, 1 month, 22 days from Great Grandmothers bible so I believe that is her.

Now, I do have a Maria C. Mattocks, born 1850 in Penn, to Jacob C. and Jane Arbuckle, she would be a sister of Rebecca's and that could fit for the stone in question. She is not listed in the 1860 Census, so must have passed between 1850 and 1860. So where does that leave us now? I think we are making headway :)

Added by Steve & Nancy on Sep 15, 2014 7:53 PM
Thank you for the Schmidt photo. I really appreciate your efforts.
Added by Hdrennan on Sep 14, 2014 7:56 AM
Deborah Hewitt
Jack & Maxine Kabrick's headstone

Thank you so much for taking the time to go to the Memorial Park Cemetery to take a picture of the Kabrick's headstone.

I really appreciate your kindness.

Added by Deborah Hewitt on Sep 13, 2014 6:08 PM
Sue Ann Harfst
Richard Shipman
Hi, Sandra,

Thank you for this picture, also. I like to get in the whole family. Very nice.

Sue Ann
Added by Sue Ann Harfst on Sep 13, 2014 1:56 PM
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