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Born in Duluth, Minnesota but grew up in Algoma, Wisconsin down by Green Bay. Yes, I am a Packer fan. Went to college at the University of Wisconsin Superior and achieved a degree in theatre. I am active in community theatre. My day job calls me a personal banker. Currently living in Duluth with my wife Sarah, daughter Margaret, and our dachshund Saffron. |
My hope is to contribute when I can and also pursue my love of photography.
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|Victoria Rockwood||E-mail request|
Hello! I have just sent you an email and eagerly await your reply. From one researcher to another, have a great day!
Thank you for sharing the photos and information!
I sent an email to you and look forward to your reply.
|Janet Emmons Pringle||RE: Ahti Arlund|
I cannot remember if I thanked you...so thank you.
|Andrea Hooe Raum||Josephine Peyton Hunter|
Find A Grave Memorial# 141158763.
Unfortunately the photos you added to the memorial are not of the person for whom the memorial is created. May I regretfully request you remove the photos, as I am not able.
Thank you for your time!
|Marcia Shipp||McKnight headstones|
Thank you so much for finding, and taking pictures of the stones for this family plot. Your kindness is very much appreciated.
|Al Hibbard||Milberg photo|
Thanks for much for taking the photo of Waldemar. I greatly appreciate it. I wondered around that cemetery last summer but it is huge. Can you give some indication where it is located? Is there plot data to add or general description of the area?
|John Webber||RE: Wilkinson/Spalding|
Oh how Wonderful, their many decedants and Grandchildren say,
|A. Nelson||RE: Hartley|
Anything you can find will be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much.
|A. Nelson||Rebecca Hartley|
Thank you very much for the photos. They are greatly appreciated.
|John Webber||Prudence Wilkinson Forest Hill Cemetery|
Thank You very much, for the photo you took of my 2nd great grandmother's marker.
I have adopted our City Cemetery to get the records on Find A Grave. Also I have been using up my 20 requests each weeks to provide others who love fulfilling requests with opurtunities. This is such a wonderful labor of love. Each record has or will have someone excited to see it. With a photo it expands the moment.
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