|Jae Miller (#46910090)|
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|My wife and I have been working on genealogy for the past 13 years. We love it!|
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|Pam Wagler||Elmo Nickisch family|
Jae - Thank you so much for all the work you have done, helping those of us who do not have the opportunity to travel to far off cemeteries.
I am writing to ask for permission to use the photos you posted for the Nickisch family in the Saint Luke Cemetery in Wishek, McIntosh County, North Dakota, USA.
Again, thank you for your services!
Yours in genealogy, Pam Wagler
|StacyC27||Schocks / Ruffs|
Thank you for the transfer of my Schock and Ruff ancestors in Lehr and Jewell cemeteries!
Added by StacyC27 on Jul 29, 2015 11:16 AM
|Daniel K. Welsh||Edits|
Sorry about all the edits I recently set to you.
They are what I collected over the past year while compiling my family tree.
You manage so many of my family member - it sort of blows my mind, but you do such a great job with the editing and everything. I just don't say how grateful I am often enough. Thank you so much for all of your great work.
Sylvia M. Hertel
|Sylvia Hertel||Katharine (Schlabsz) Lux|
You do such a great job. As many edits and photo requests as I put in, you get a whole bunch of them. I really do appreciate all your good work, even if I don't always say so. Thank you.
Sylvia M. Hertel
|Sylvia Hertel||Susanna (Dobler) Schlabsz|
Thank you so very much for including the headstone inscription in Susanna's memorial, and especially for taking the time to translate it. I saw that and cried. No one would have ever known her grandchild was buried with her, if you hadn't gone to all that trouble.
Too many people don't think children who die as infants, or are stillborn, don't count, but those children have a huge impact on the parents lives, and the family as a whole, even though their time on this earth is so very short. I have never forgotten my baby sister who died at two weeks, nor have I ever forgotten the impact her short life had on my parents and my siblings.
My grandmother, who died in childbirth, and that baby, my uncle, died two months later. Their deaths also had a huge impact on our family. My uncle is also buried in the same grave with his mother.
Just because their life is short, doesn't mean they don't matter.
Sylvia M. Hertel
Sorry for doing so many edits. Several years ago, I did a lot of work on Huber families. I am connected to the Huber family and want to add whatever I can.
Great work you are doing.
|John Gallardo||St. Andrews Cemetery Photo, Wishek / Zeeland, N.D.|
Hello Jae Miller,
Thank you so very much for all that you folks do! It is so much appreciated! I live in Calif., and North Dakota is so far away! There are two St. Andrews Cemeteries in rural Wishek / Zeeland, McIntosh Co., N.D.; one is Lutheran, and one Catholic. I believe that the Catholic St. Andrews Cemetery photo is on the Findagrave page for Frieda Elizabeth Brandner Grace,( my cousin), F.A.G Mem.# 125077218. I believe that she was actually buried in the nearby St. Andrews Lutheran Cemetery. Two small nearby cemeteries, and with the same name! Thank you again, so much. -John Gallardo
|JudyH||RE: Jacob Bitterman|
Jae - it looks good! Thanks for your hard work.
Added by JudyH on Aug 09, 2013 7:02 PM
|Shirley Ann Bender Kemp||Transfers of Jacob, Friedrich, Johann Bender, and Lydia Bender Woehl|
Good afternoon Jae,
I am sending you a note of thanks for transferring the memorial for Friedrich Bender. This final link has allowed me to link all 15 of my grandfathers brothers and sisters together along with their parents, my great grandparents. Quite an accomplishment!
Thanks so much for all you were able to contribute as I know the time it takes to take and record pictures.
Hopefully someday my children and future generations to come will be obliged at what we have contributed.
Thanks! Shirley Ann Bender Kemp
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