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George & Cherie Sellers (#47829430)
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George discovered this site during Memorial Day Weekend, when we were going to Ft. Snelling to visit my dad and uncle who are buried there. Steve Edquist had taken photos at the cemetery and made Memorials for them. I also had a friend that mentioned she was doing this.

We decided this was a service we would enjoy doing to help others and also enjoy the "investigation" part of finding each person (we are former law enforcement). Along the way, we have discovered we really enjoy the process--and we learn so much about each community where the cemeteries are--familial names, interests of the deceased...and sadly, many infants and children. We have twin boys and they help us occassionally, and the child sites are special to them as well.

Veterans will always hold a special place...there are so many. A silent prayer of thanks is given to each one. George is an ARMY Veteran, as is my daughter and her husband is currently serving in Afghanistan, with the 82nd Airborne.
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aftedford
RE: Bertha Pomeroy
Amazing! Thank you so very much for all of your help and hard work! :)
Added by aftedford on Sep 05, 2013 12:44 AM
Clinton Rodgers
Bemis
Thank you for the photos!
Added by Clinton Rodgers on May 23, 2013 7:31 AM
Cheryl Miller
Photo for Antona
Thank you for the photo of Antona's grave marker! She was my great grandmother and she also taught my grandmother how to make lefse back in the day on a wood stove.

Cheryl Miller
Bend, OR
Added by Cheryl Miller on Dec 28, 2012 12:45 AM
lsater
Talmage, Adelia
I want to thank you very much for the pictures you provided.
Added by lsater on Aug 27, 2012 1:51 PM
John Christeson
Socrates Best
Thanks for taking the photograph of Socrates Best. If you took photos of other Bests that I have not created memotials for, just create them yourself.

Thanks again

John J. Christeson
Added by John Christeson on Aug 16, 2012 7:59 AM
Rachel G
RE: Kahl, Ernest & Anna...and
I've added an entry for Hazel. I love it when the connections start to reunite families. Thanks for your input!
Rachel G
Added by Rachel G on Aug 15, 2012 6:18 PM
Byron D. Lawrence
Anna Auseng
Anna Lena "Annie" Auseng ~ Birth: October 2, 1902 Menomonie, Dunn County, Wisconsin ~ Death: Unknown ~ Parents: Ole Auseng (1866 - 1920) and Emma Matilda Landskov Auseng (1868 - 1946) ~ Burial: Unknown ~ Find A Grave Memorial # 95385406 ~ Created by: Byron D. Lawrence.

I believe that Annie was in Chicago in the 1930 Census, I have no information as to if she was ever married.
Added by Byron D. Lawrence on Aug 15, 2012 3:10 PM
Byron D. Lawrence
Anna Auseng
Hi Cherie,

Anna Lena "Annie" Auseng ~ Birth: October 2, 1902 Menomonie, Dunn County, Wisconsin ~ Death: Unknown ~ Parents: Ole Auseng (1866 - 1920) and Emma Matilda Landskov Auseng (1868 - 1946) ~ Burial: Unknown ~ Find A Grave Memorial # 95385406 ~ Created by: Byron D. Lawrence.

I believe Annie was in Chicago in the 1930 Census, I have no information if she ever got married.

Added by Byron D. Lawrence on Aug 15, 2012 3:05 PM
Byron D. Lawrence
Auseng Gravestone Pictures
Thank you very much for posting the pictures and memorials for the Auseng family. Especially for Oscar Auseng as I had no idea where he was buried, he also had a sister that I haven't found yet, I made a memorial for her as "Unknown". Have you by chance taken a picture of the Akers Cemetery sign or entrance? If so, would you post it? Thanks again.
Added by Byron D. Lawrence on Aug 15, 2012 11:05 AM
J
E Carr
thank you for the picture.
Jeanie
Added by J on Aug 15, 2012 5:08 AM
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