|Jeff Jahn (#46816595)|
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Always been interested in genealogy since my parents split when I was 2. Never knew much on my dads side because of it. Really got interested after the birth of my two kids though. It has helped me get back in contact with my dad family. The Jahn's came from somewhere in Prussia and ended up in Oquawka, Il. Later then moved to Keokuk County, Iowa, then Osceola County, Iowa and last Minnesota.|
Any tombstone photo's I have added can be used without asking for permission.
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|SK Graff||Miller, Freda (Steinle)|
Thank you so much for the photo of Eva Miller's grave stone. I was not sure where her husband Harry was buried, now I know, thanks to your effort.
I have added a memorial for Harry and would like to have the photo posted to his memorial also.
Harry, Find A Grave Memorial# 135987921
Freda, Find A Grave Memorial# 134816442
Thanks again, Shirley
Added by SK Graff on Sep 16, 2014 2:21 PM
|Farrar and related families||Thank you from the Farrar family.|
|Paula Ali||Betty Lorraine Jewell|
|Corinne Anderson||RE: Thanks|
You're welcome for photo of Phyllis. Glad I could help. It was a fairly large cemetery but I found her right away, so that was pretty neat.
|Debra Cather||Photo request for George Snelling|
I noticed you left a problem flag on a photo request for George Snelling at Gypsum Cemetery. I checked with the interment listing for Gypsum Valley Cemetery and found a Geo Snelling with the same dates and photographs. I took the liberty of notifying the requester also. I've come across this problem on several occasions. Hope I'm not overstepping boundaries.
Thanks for also being a volunteer photographer!
|KPtheGraveHunter||RE: Leo Kuester|
It seems right to me; the only thing I would change is to have the city listed as Renville instead of Danube. Danube already has St. Matthew's north and south, and having a third St. Matthew's might seem confusing. Plus it's pretty much the same distance from the church and cemetery to either Danube or Renville. Are you related to the Kuesters or did you know them?
very welcome :) Jo & Star*
Added by Jo on Aug 23, 2014 9:00 PM
|Ricky Eade||RE: Thanks|
You are welcome.
|KPtheGraveHunter||RE: Kuester memorials|
It is on 255th street. The easiest way is probably to take county road 21 south from highway 212 and follow it 7 miles or so then turn right on gravel road 45 followed by an immediate left on 255th.
I just saw that I fulfilled your photo request for the Kuesters in Danube, MN when I uploaded my pictures that I took over the weekend (I didn't even realize there was a specific photo request for them!) But I wanted to let you know that they are actually not buried at St. Matthew's South Lutheran cemetery in Danube. They are actually at St. Matthew's Lutheran cemetery in flora township, which I consider part of Renville, MN. It is next to the church it is associated with and is located midway between the towns of Danube and Renville and about five miles south. I don't know if you were wanting to look them up at some point but thought you should know. I would normally try to make a request to fix it but I don't believe this cemetery is in the findagrave database plus the one who made the memorials is now deceased as well. I just wanted to let you know. Hope you are enjoying the findagrave web site! :-)
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