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I used to work for Cold Spring Granite Company, a firm that quarried and fabricated lots of granite for headstones across our nation. Today I have retired from the day job and drive school bus to remain active.|
My mother kept records of our family for many years and passed that information on to me before she passed away. I have become very interested in family tree information and found this web site with lots of information for free. I am always looking for the best deal.
So this is something I can do in Central Minnesota to contribute to other people who are looking for information on their relatives.
My pictures are not copyrighted. So please feel free to use them as you wish.
I have created pages for many people to whom I am not related. If you would like to take over the management of people in your family, please ask. I will be happy to transfer the page to you.
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|Cindy (Seifert) Cooper Abelson||Seifert|
Thank you for the Picture's.
|Jannine (Joyce) Seymour||RE: Nick Joyce|
no, I do not have an obit
I so appreciate your help... Thanks so much.
|Wilfred Alan Revering||Clara V Schnettler Lansing|
Thank you for taking the time and putting forth the effort to acquire the memorial photo. I really appreciate it. Have a Great day!
Thank you so much for taking photos of the Skumantz family. I really appreciate it.
|Jannine (Joyce) Seymour||Nicholas Joyce|
Thanks SO much for the photo (he was my great uncle). My grandfather was one of 15 children, and I appreciate your help in providing a picture to add to this memorial for his brother. If only his sisters proved as easy to find as the boys...
|Allison (Barnes) Gibbons||RE: Barnes|
Just now getting around to replying to you, sorry it took so long. I was not able to find a John Barnes in my family tree who died in 1854, as Find a Grave states. I'm not exactly sure who this John Barnes is, and where he fits into the puzzle. I will keep looking. Thanks for your help!!
|C Melton||RE: Karl & Louisa Schwinn|
I got a hold of a relative and she told me that they use to be buried in Calvary but were moved in 1965 to Assuption.
Added by C Melton on Oct 11, 2016 12:08 PM
|Laura Voltin||RE: Louisa Schwinn|
Thanks so much for all the work. It is really appreciated.
|C Melton||Karl and Louisa Schwinn|
I will be leaving these memorials in Calvary Cemetery until I receive definite information that they should be in Assumption Cemetery. Thanks
Added by C Melton on Oct 10, 2016 10:48 AM
|Laura Voltin||Louise Schwinn|
Thank you so much for the photo of Louise's tombstone.
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