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Please let me know if I have made any errors and I will correct them. I am happy to add information to any of the memorials.|
Please use the edit tab on the memorial page for corrections, additions or transfers.
Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. (FAG guidelines) If you can, please request changes through the edit tab on the memorial.
This is such a great way to find all those people who have gone before us and just get lost over the succeeding generations.
I look forward to finding many more of my own "lost" relatives that have gone before me and are waiting to be found in a little cemetery somewhere. I hope that I may have found some of yours here in Charles Mix County.
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|Janell Brichacek||Herman and Fern Bertram|
Becky, Thank you for the pictures! They're much appreciated!
|Jay Freeman||Mecham photo|
Thanks for the photo!
|Tami||RE: Haakon Snoen|
Thanks so much for the info. It looks like a military marker was ordered in March 1960 for Haakon Snoen, and either the marker never arrived, or it has been covered over with time. The temporary one is still there however, so it appears the military, flat granite marker, was never placed. A mystery I will continue to work on!
Added by Tami on Aug 07, 2014 4:45 PM
|Rose Klix||Glen DeGeest|
Thank you for the picture of my relative's memorial. I appreciate your volunteer service.
|Tami||Snoen family, SD to Wash. State|
I am photographing Block 39 in Evergreen Cem and came across a temp marker for Maakon Snoen, who I believe is Haakon Snoen, son of John H. Snoen. I see you have posted a pic of John H. Snoen who died in Washington in 1944 (memorial #112594766) and wonder if he is related to Haakon.
Are you family, by any chance? I am trying to verify this Haakon Snoen I found in Evergreen Cem, as the son of John. I have traced the census and other records, and it appears he is. I believe Haakon enlisted in the Air Service in SD in 1917. I also believe that there was a headstone ordered, and it was not placed in the cemetery. Or- there is a Maakon and a Haakon Snoen both buried in Evergreen. I have contacted the cemetery office and awaiting word. I would like to make sure the military marker was placed on Haakon's grave site. Do you know anything about him? Found a tree that he married Ada in 1920 and she died in 1941.
Why did John and Haakon come to Washington State?
Thanks so much for any info you are able to provide! ~Tami
Added by Tami on Aug 04, 2014 6:11 PM
|bstahl||Sisson Family photos|
Thank you so very much for all the photos! It is so kind of you to take the time to find the markers and place the photos on their memorials...I am very appreciative!
Added by bstahl on Aug 02, 2014 5:25 PM
|CarolJJ||Thank You Becky|
Thanks for helping find the burial place of Eileen Jacobs Eggers. I have added that to her memorial page. Thanks again.
Added by CarolJJ on Aug 02, 2014 2:22 PM
|bstahl||Theron & Matilda Mills|
Thanks so much for the wonderful photos! It was so kind of you to take the time to find and photograph their markers...thank you!
Added by bstahl on Jul 29, 2014 5:30 PM
Thank you so much for the photo. It was great! Jody N
Added by J.A.N. on Jul 28, 2014 4:41 PM
|Kitty||Hosea Brown, Pleasant Ridge|
Thank you so much for the photo of Hosea's headstone on both(!) sides. Let me know if I can help with any WA state info!
Added by Kitty on Jul 24, 2014 5:07 PM
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