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MN Headstone Hunter (#47857068)
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Bio Photo If possible, please provide the name of the document supporting birth/death, name changes. Transfer requests via the edit tab on the memorial are appreciatd. Family trees, including those found on Ancestry, are not documents. Enjoy the anthology.

All photos taken by me are done in "text" scene to optimize script visibility. No editing is done except cropping and straightening.



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Nancy Zeltinger Austin
RE: Clarke livingstone # 94579259
I updated Clarke's Memorial this morning. Thanks for transferring his family to me.
Nancy Zeltinger Austin
Added by Nancy Zeltinger Austin on Sep 19, 2014 8:27 AM
Nancy Zeltinger Austin
RE: Clarke livingstone # 94579259
Thanks for your quick response. This is a memorial I'd like to take on. I grew up with Clarke's youngest son. We started 1st grade together and graduated from high school together. They aren't relatives but friends. I'd turn the memorial over to a family member at their request, also. We came from a small town in North Dakota, so have a history. I've never had a memorial transferred to me before, so let me know how we do this. Thanks!
Added by Nancy Zeltinger Austin on Sep 18, 2014 10:43 AM
Nancy Zeltinger Austin
Memorial# 94579259 - Clarke A Livingston
I am going through my grandmother's (Lillian Lundgren Zeltinger) old scrapbooks. She passed away about 16 years ago. She had many obituaries of relatives, but also friends and neighbors. I found Clarke Livingston's obit in her collection. I can scan it and send it to you, to add to his memorial site. Thanks!
Nancy Zeltinger Austin
Added by Nancy Zeltinger Austin on Sep 17, 2014 1:55 PM
Diane Loe
RE: Nellie Olson, MN
Thank you for making the edits.

I would be happy to manage her memorial if you want to transfer it.
Added by Diane Loe on Sep 15, 2014 10:01 AM
DDM
John Lyon
Along with the photos for John Lyon I have also added photos to the Memorial Page for his wife, Mary.
I hope you enjoy all of the pictures. Thanks for your request.

Regards
DDM
Added by DDM on Sep 01, 2014 6:44 PM
rememberedalways
Hokkanen family in Redeemer
Thanks again for adding all the Redeemer records. I am going to work on the Hokkanen family now. If you'd rather I do the linking and editing I would be happy to care for these memorials as well. I'm not looking to take over memorials just to take them over though (not greedy, lol), so either way I appreciate your help. They are distant cousins. The Hokkanen mother and Wiisanen father were siblings, just took different surnames upon immigration.
Added by rememberedalways on Aug 20, 2014 4:43 PM
rememberedalways
Wiisanen's of Kingston
I would be happy to care for the memorials of my Wiisanen family if you are willing to transfer them.
Added by rememberedalways on Aug 19, 2014 8:22 AM
gary quick
John A Quick
John A Quick is my my great uncle. Can I ask you some questons about my family?

gary C Quick
gary.quick@gmail.com
Added by gary quick on Aug 18, 2014 8:47 PM
rememberedalways
Wiisanen photos
Thank you for all the Wiisanen stone photos you recently added and for linking up all of Elias and Anna's children at Redeemer in Kingston. That should be all of them.
Added by rememberedalways on Aug 18, 2014 7:47 AM
Anonymous
RE: George W Hagen
George became ill during the 1918 Flu Pandemic while training at Great Lakes. His sister Lisette, a newly graduated RN about to depart for WWI with the Red Cross, without hesitation went to care for him. Lisette also contracted the flu and died just 3 weeks later. She is also buried at Oakland. George was named for George Washington, born on February 22nd.
Added by Anonymous on Aug 06, 2014 9:39 AM
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