|Denise Kronberg Maine||RE: Gravestone picture in Northern Cemetery, Solna|
OK Thank you Kari. Denise
|Denise Kronberg Maine||Gravestone picture in Northern Cemetery, Solna|
Thank you Kari for the cemetery picture for Maria Larson. I see that it says Family Grave. Does this mean that Maria's daughter, Eugenia Maria Alfreda "Mia", is buried with her? Denise
I am not sure that Archie has passed yet.
Unfortunately, I am finding many headstones in this cemetery with out death dates. I am watching the obituaries, and will post that if (when) it is available.
I am not sure if Irene Collins Kaukinen is his spouse. There headstones were very close to one another.
Added by Diane on Apr 18, 2015 2:47 PM
|Montana Lyn||RE: Anna Lisa Granholm|
Hello - Yes, I am looking for the couple that married in 1845 - Axel Flygar and Anna Lisa Granholm. They are my husband's GG grandparents. Thank you for linking me over to the information about their wedding date. If there is any further information you can locate about Axel & Anna Lisa, I would greatly appreciate it.
|Pamela Gabrielsson Youngs||Family Tree|
I found this photo you posted for my Uncle Carl's grave. Nice to see. I saw him last when he came for my father's (Sven) funeral in 1986 and then when he visited again some years later.
Have you traced their family back any further ?
I hope all is well with you.
Pam Gabrielsson Youngs
Im trying to find out more information about the Wickman last name. Do you know any other ways of spelling it? My 2nd great grandfather came to Bronx, New York from Finland. His name is August Wickman April 2nd 1872-1937. I havnt been able to find any information about his parents or siblings. Can you guide me in the right direction? I was only able to pull up US census and naturalization records that says he was born in Finland. Thanks for any help you can send me! My email is email@example.com
|Steve Palmberg||thanks for photo|
thanks for photo. It is appreciated.
|Connie Schwindt Rumold||RE: Schwindts in Hietaniemi|
The message left was a thank you for the photo. You have many entries I am very thankful for...
|Sean Briody||Gronroos in Greenwood|
Thanks for the photos! Much appreciated
A cousin of mine is one of the persons photographing the headstones in Finnish cemeteries and she has given me permission to use the photo's.
Thanks for the correction also.
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