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RE: Caramanico We visited the Caramanico cemetery back in 2006 to meet & visit our Italian cousins. We tried to photograph any graves of people with our family surnames even though we have not proven how or if we are directly related. I cannot recall exactly where the cemetery was but am pretty sure it was close to the town of Caramanico. Does that answer your question or were you looking for something more specific? --Cari
RE: Ole Nelson at Baker Thanks so much for your response. I'll have to visit Baker Cemetery soon and have a look. The Nelson stone looks to be in bad shape. The Ole Nelson I'm looking for was born abt 1815 in Norway and died April 1857. Thanks again for you help. Greg Marshall
Baker Cemetery-Leland, IL you had records for both Henry Martin Hanson (134292655) and Ole Nelson ( 134373749). Do you remember if they were buried close to one another? Thanks Greg Marshall firstname.lastname@example.org
RE: Werlen Thank you so much. I am working on this side of my family now. It is so confusing when dealing with spellings of last names and first especially if they are from another country and or Native American. Thank you and I will look up the updated information.
#14752327 Josephin Werlin (born Eggemeyer) married to a John Reppel I was your recording and thank you! This may be a grandparent of my husband. She was born Josephine Eggemeyer married a Rebbel and divorced him. Then married Mr. Werten. She is shares a stone with Harold and Rachel Yahn McDonald. Can you tell me anythings else? She had three daughters and one was Mary Reppel who had Edna Noll (may be Nall or Nalle) But I was wondering if you knew anything more about her?
James Dunn Harlan You have James Dunn Harlan Memorial# 116284247 I think the information that you have is the wrong Harlan. He married Annie Elms who's grave is Memorial# 23418106. I haven't found James grave yet.
RE: Baker No, I haven't been to Baker. Lloyd Bergeson in his description emphasized how difficult it was to find and how he had to avoid a farmers dog! But I do have a GPS so hopefully that will help. Lloyd actually recreated Ole's voyage in reverse and sailed solo to Norway. On the return unfortunately he met with high seas off Iceland and it took the boat, although he and his son were rescued. Quite an adventurous family. Anyway, thanks again! If you hadn't posted these I might never have found where the family is. I really appreciate it.