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Marilyn, my mistake. Isaac Lincoln's brother Elmer died in childhood, not the son.
|Bonita Olmer||RE: Thomas Sullivan|
I just wanted to mention Holyrood is a relatively new cemetery (first burial in something like 1954), so if the Thomas Sullivan you're looking for died before then, it is possible he is buried in another Catholic cemetery in the area. Do you have an actual or approximate date of death for your Thomas Sullivan?
Ella Marion Finley Hulst
B: 20 Nov 1915 Ops, Walsh, Minnesota
D: 10 Mar 1990 Norman, Pine, Minnesota
-- do you mean Ops, Walsh Co, ND ?
and -- where in MN ?
Added by Jo on Jun 27, 2013 8:28 AM
|Kenn Overfield||RE: John Bunnell Overfield|
I can not help you. My information on this Overfield family comes from the "Overfield History" and an old survey of the cemetery done ca 1950-1960, along with some census records.
Thank you for the additional information; both memorials have been updated.
|Linda C. English||Combining memorials|
Hi! Thanks for your interesting note. I can well understand your confusion. You may want to contact the owner of the two memorials and ask if they could add a note to each one, ie: Mark is husband of Abigail...and visa versa. Their name is listed down at the bottom left of the memorial.j Just click on their name and it should bring up their email address.
You are not alone, I've been confused by a few myself. That's why when I add a memorial, I include a note of who the husband/wife is (if known), especially if it's on the same stone or right next to their stone. Another thing I like to do to help other researchers is add the names of all the persons buried on the same plot, if possible.
Have a wonderful day researching ancestors! Regards! Linda