|Brent Richardson (#47026300)|
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I would be happy to transfer individuals. I would much rather have someone who is related manage the entry. I put the information on this page to help people find their relatives. I am not trying to get a million entries. I want accurate ones. Send me corrections. I am not good at e-mailing back though. I have 2 jobs and 8 kids to manage also. If I don't get back or make a corrections in a couple weeks try notifying me again.|
I am looking for all the descendants of Oliver and Esther Richardson of Mexico, Oswego, New York. Also working from time to time on the cemeteries in Haakon County, South Dakota.
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I think it's wonderful that you're taking on such a project. My mother is a Malaterre, so we have quite a few family members buried in St. Ann's. My great-grandfather, Ernest Bradford, is buried there, as well. He doesn't have a grave marker. I asked my mom a few years ago about placing one and she told me that no one is certain where Grandpa Ernest was laid to rest. She mentioned that the cemetery records were a mess. I live in Texas, so I haven't been able to visit Belcourt to find out for myself. If you happen to come across any Bradford family members while you're sorting out St. Ann's, could you let me know? I would be SO grateful. As far as I know, Grandpa Ernest is the only Bradford family member interred there.
Great-grandpa Ernest Bradford was married to my great-grandmother, Amy Malaterre. Grandma Amy's mother was Cecelia Gourneau, who was married to Louis Napoleon Malaterre. Perhaps your daughter-in-law and I are distantly related?
Grandma Amy and the rest of the Bradford relations (that I know of) are buried in Saint Louis in Dunseith. Anyway, sorry for the long message. Thank you again for all of the SACs you've sent! Again, if you would like any transfers, please let me know.
Thank you so much for all of the Gourneau SACs! I'm only related to part of the family (cousins), so if you would like any transfers, please let me know. I truly do appreciate all of the photos and updates you've added. Thank you for all of your wonderful work!
|Diana Caldwell||Meidinger, Albert & Martha|
Thank you for taking and posting the photo. The time and effort you took is much appreciated. Diana
|Jerry Reiswig-82nd Airborne||Eureka City Cemetery|
Thanks for the Grave Marker photos for Jacob and Mary Aman.
|Agnes Meidinger||Milbert & Alma Schutz|
Brent, many thanks for the nice photo of the grave markers for Milbert and Alma Schutz, I appreciate it very much, Thanks for your time and service.
Thank you for fulfilling my request for a photo of Irene's marker. I greatly appreciate your time and effort.
Added by KPS on Aug 23, 2016 7:16 AM
|Joni Spellman Krause||I Meant Brent!|
|Joni Spellman Krause||John Obenauer Photo|
Dear John, Thank-you very much for fulfilling my photo request. I appreciate all the time, effort and expense it takes to do this generous act for others. Warmly, Joni
|Daryl Will||RE: Will Photos|
Brent, thank you. You can post it now and replace it later if you choose.
|Daryl Will||Will Photos|
Brent, thank you for the Will headstone pictures from the Eureka City Cemetery.
They are greatly appreciated!
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