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Jim Krahulec (#47838501)
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Bio Photo Born and raised in Owatonna, Minnesota.
28 years in the USAF (1964-1992), retired as a LtCol. Then worked for Regions Bank in the IT Dept for 12 years. Now retired.
Most of my relatives are buried in Southern Minnesota in Owatonna, Litomysl and Faribault in Owatonna Memorial Gardens, Bohemian National, Forest Hill, Sacred Heart, Holy Trinity and Calvary; and in Iowa in Floral Hills Memorial Gardens. Family names in addition to Krahulec are Kubicek, Blazek, Schultz, Rysavy and Matejcek.
I have resided in Illinois just across the Mississippi River in the St. Louis Metro East for the last 32 years.
I will gladly transfer ownership of memorials to relatives upon request.
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Barbara Lamb
You were right to send the edit. I confused the edit process when I went to Luverne's memorial to check on my mistake. When I saw the spelling error, instead of going back and accepting the edit, I just corrected the spelling myself at that moment, then when I went back to the edit I noticed it said that no change was necessary. Sorry I confused the deal.
Added by Barbara Lamb on May 05, 2016 9:15 AM
Barbara Lamb
Thank you. I appreciate the correct spelling for Luverne Hafemeyer.
Added by Barbara Lamb on May 05, 2016 7:03 AM
Cindy Lovell & Steve Hols
Rose Ann Drury
Hello, I have sent you an edit for Edith Pearl Drury Crecelius to her mother (Rose Ann Drury) and thought I would explain. There are two Saint Mary's Cemeteries in Mahaska county, Iowa and Rose Ann was mistakenly placed in the Eddyville cemetery. She is buried in the Oskaloosa cemetery and that is where her stone is.

Thank you for your time.
Added by Cindy Lovell & Steve Hols on May 02, 2016 1:17 AM
Barbara Lamb
Hi Jim,
OOPS....Thank you for adding the maiden name for Marcella Bradford.
Added by Barbara Lamb on Apr 26, 2016 3:10 PM
RB Hall-Gallea & MS Gallea
re: Frank V. Schimanski
Memorial has been updated, military information added and linked to both parents.

Thank you for the your help and information.
Added by RB Hall-Gallea & MS Galle... on Feb 05, 2016 8:04 AM
Thomas Clark
RE: Claire V. Frazier

That would be GREAT!

Thank you so much!


Lake Central High School
Tom Clark, History Dept.
8400 Wicker Ave.
St. John, Indiana 46373
Added by Thomas Clark on Jan 25, 2016 4:37 PM
Rhonda Tincher
Bettye Scott memorial
You're welcome.
Added by Rhonda Tincher on Jan 24, 2016 6:37 AM
Ernie Tietz
Sorry about the poor angle sun was fighting me. I will take another for you
Added by Ernie Tietz on Jan 06, 2016 10:33 AM
Anna Jaech
RE: Rosalie Ely
I found a note that she died 22 Dec 1904 in Trenton, Clinton county, IL so it's possible she was buried elsewhere. She was living with a child or grandchild when she died. There is no Find A Grave record for her in that county. She was the daughter of granddaughter of Big Elk, chief of the Omaha family of the Lakota Sioux. This is not my family. I'm researching an article for the Missouri Historical Society Review.
Added by Anna Jaech on Oct 04, 2015 8:53 PM
Anna Jaech
Madison Ely 1815-1861
This is a real treasure! Madison was the husband of Rosalie Lisa, the daughter of fur trader Manuel Lisa of St. Louis who established what we know as Ft. Mandan in N. Dakota - where Lewis & Clark spent the first terrible winter of their expedition. Rosalie's mother was Mitain, daughter of a Lakota chief (which I have somewhere). Lisa took his 3rd wife, Mary Hempstead Lisa, to Ft. Mandan. When they returned Rosalie was with them. I've not yet discovered how Madison Ely met Rosalie. They are a part of American history that is very popular now.
Added by Anna Jaech on Oct 04, 2015 5:34 PM
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