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Everette Freeland (#47366899)
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Bio Photo Since my Navy days I started genealogy and have been busy researching the surnames of Freeland, Bidwell, Hosford, Foss, Burrett, Decker, Reed, Douville, Loomis, Lucas families from Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, South Dakota, New Jersey, Washington & Norway. the last year or two I have been busy trying to find family final resting place and connect family on a finda grave web-site.
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 • 86 Memorials Added
 • 134 Memorials Managed
 • 224 Photos
 • 5 Photo Requests
 • 15 Virtual Flowers
Messages left for Everette Freela... (27)[Leave Message]
RE: Sarah Hill
You're very welcome.
Added by Graceti on May 06, 2015 9:58 AM
TJ Jones
is there a reason why all the children are not listed lena and lester
Added by TJ Jones on Dec 05, 2014 4:13 PM
GreenHills Stones Calling
Faith Loomis 71412704

Yes, I recall my suggestion that we wait until after Christmas 2013. Thank you for contacting me again.

I have transferred you aunt's memorial into your care.

Best wishes,
Added by GreenHills Stones Calling on May 16, 2014 3:35 PM
Helen Skidmore-Moodie
RE: John Decker
My husband's great grand father is buried here but no marker either. Sad to see, I agree.
Added by Helen Skidmore-Moodie on Sep 26, 2013 3:51 PM
RE: Louis Foss
It may be at the Menomonie library, but I found the clippings in the tiny back room that houses the Dunn county Genealogy Society holdings, at Rassbach Museum in Menomonie at the park. They have numerous obits in several 3 ring binders, filed alphabeticly by first letter of last name and year. They used to be open only on Friday afternoons, or by appointmant. Best to call and check first as they are staffed by volunteers. They also have lots of other info helpful to family historians.
Added by mjshistory on Sep 21, 2013 6:21 PM
RE: Louis Foss
I found it in a 3 ring binder full of obituary clippings in Menomonie, Wi. No notation as to which newspaper it may have been in, but most were from the Dunn county area. I copied off several pages that had such clippings while hunting for a particular family tree a few years ago, and since I had the obits and am now adding info to Find a Grave, thought others might appreciate the information.
Good enough or no?
Added by mjshistory on Sep 21, 2013 5:02 PM
RE: Keefe/Keeffe
I have finished all the promised memorials.

There is also a Rose Keefe buried in the Lakeview cemetery, LaCrosse cty. I have no idea if she is related but you might want to check it out.
Added by Anonymous on Sep 06, 2013 8:28 PM
RE: Keefe grave stone picture
There are several more Keefes in this cemetery - 5 of whom share this marker. There are also some Keeffes - don't know if they are another branch of the family.

In any event, I have photos for all of them and will upload them for you by the end of the weekend.

I am not kin to the Keefe/Keeffe family so if you want any of them transferred let me know.
Added by Anonymous on Sep 05, 2013 8:29 PM
GreenHills Stones Calling
Harold & Faith Loomis

You're at the top of my list. If a direct descendant does not request Harold & Faith by say Christmas, then they are yours. Keep in touch & feel free to add photos, etc.

Added by GreenHills Stones Calling on Jun 13, 2013 12:11 PM
Tim Cook
RE: Martha Lucas
It's not a large cemetery, so I'm confident it was not overlooked. But if there is anyway you could associate the name with perhaps another families name, maybe another search in the future might yeild something.
Added by Tim Cook on Apr 30, 2013 7:06 PM
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