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began by finding long lost relatives on this site. I truly enjoy finding those relatives i've heard about but never met. hopefully i can do that for someone else by the photos i've submitted.|
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|KG||Herman O. Opstedal the second|
Are you related to this child? If so, I believe the year on the stone is wrong. The church death and burial record says he died and was buried in 1897 and from what it says I'm guessing at the age of about 2 Months, 2 Weeks, 4 Days.
His distant cousin,
Added by KG on Oct 10, 2016 4:32 PM
|Ray Dines||RE: Flora & Charles Wenbourne|
Very pleased to be of assistance.
|Wendelina||RE: Edith Hunnel|
My pleasure! :-)
|Bob Olsen||Francis Eckl|
Here is the 1850 US Census info for Francis and Barbara Eckl. Apparently there was another Francis Eckels in Cumberland County, PA who died about the same time. But "our" Francis lived in St. Mary's. Marianne Mayer says there are still Eckls living in St. Marys. Barbara's first husband was born in 1812.
United States Census, 1850
Name Francis Eckel
Event Type Census
Event Year 1850
Event Place Benzinger, Elk, Pennsylvania, United States
Birth Year (Estimated) 1812
House Number 82
Francis Eckel M 38 Germany
Barbara Eckel F 27 Germany
Nicholas Eckel M 2 Na
Hellen Eckel F 0 Na
|Vicki Sanow||Irene Jacobs Carlson|
Thank you for the Carlson family updates!
|deanna french||RE: South Dakota. Civil War photo's|
Many Thanks; You are much appreciated for your kindness!
|deanna french||South Dakota. Civil War photo's|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting places of many "old soldiers" that had ties to Vt.
I have found that you have contributed photo's to several Find A Grave memorial pages that I would like to use, to post on the Vt.C.W.site. ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)If you would grant me permission, you will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
Added by Rosie on Aug 06, 2016 12:52 PM
|snkwb||Find A Grave Memorial# 58644185|
Terry Boehrns Sr is actually buried in Hills of Rest Cemetery. His ashes are in one of those pillars across the pond and right beside the chapel (I know more people's ashes are there and so I don't know if it is considered a chapel or a mausoleum?)
Added by snkwb on Jul 26, 2016 9:46 PM
Sorry to have bothered you. I've decided I should take this question directly to the folks at find-a-grave.
Thanks for your time, and thanks for your work on find-a-grave!
Added by Kathy on Jul 14, 2016 7:35 PM
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