|Harold & Pat Anderson (#47290815)|
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I have been doing family tree for a number of years and now that I've found the Find a Grave Site I have added everyone I could, relative or not, so if anyone finds a mistake in my information would appreciate letting me know so I can make it right. We are retired now and live in North Idaho, enjoying our family and friends.|
ONE FINAL GIFT
Scatter me not to restless winds,
Nor toss my ashes to the sea.
Remember now those years gone by,
When loving gifts I gave to thee.
Remember now the happy times,
The Family ties we shared.
Don't leave my resting place unmarked,
As though you never cared.
Deny me not one final gift,
For all who come to see.
A single lasting proof that says,
I Loved---and You Loved Me.
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|jhintz||Neumann gravestone photos|
When I posted two Neumann photos today, they posted above the person photos. This usually happens when the person photos are tagged as 'grave' photos instead of 'person'. I cannot rearrange them.
Added by jhintz on May 17, 2015 2:08 PM
|Elizabeth Warren||RE: Bernard Meyer|
This is some of the information that I have from his pension papers:
Enlisted as a Corporal on December 10, 1861, April 22, 1865 promoted to Second Lt, Vet, Corp, Sgt, 1st Sergeant. 17th regiment, Infantry, Company B
Mustered Out July 14, 1865 in Louisville, KY
Returned to Eagle, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, then moved to Sheboygan with Henry Kloppenburg.
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|Elizabeth Warren||Johan Bernard Meyer #64946091|
Hello! I am the great-great-great granddaughter of Bernard Meyer and would like to know the source of your information. My Bernard may not be this Bernard but I'd love it if he was as you have information on siblings and parents. My Bernard's Civil War Pension papers list his parents as Franz Meyer and Berdina Raub (Raue). I look forward to hearing from you.
|Nick Reindl||Edward Hartman|
I was able to get a map of the cemetery and was able to locate the grave site for Edward Hartman. There is no stone marker. There is a marker for the adjoining grave in the same plot (G 104-2) Rose Jenkins, so I know for certain I was in the correct location.
|Nick Reindl||Edward Hartman|
I walked section G of Lakeland cemetery in Crosby and could not locate a marker for Edward Hartman. Will follow up with cemetery manager to confirm location.
|Nick Reindl||Edward HARTMAN|
It may be that Edward Hartman is actually buried in Lakewood Cemetery, Crosby, MN not St Mathias Cemetery. See memorial 90571933. I may be in the area this week and will try to see if I can find the grave marker for a photo.
|Suzanne Andrews||Marion Roletto|
Thank you for adding the information to my Aunt Marion's memorial. I'm trying to get all the sisters and their brother and other family members linked together. We are a really big family, and I'm so glad I found her memorial.
|Cindy Robbins||NINE MILE CEMETERY|
Dear Harold and Pat. I have an ancestor named Joseph Adams that died January 17,1937 in Wallace, Idaho. He was a miner living in Wallace when he died. I believe that he may be buried in Nine Mile Cemetery, but do not know for sure. My grandparents lived in Kingston, Idaho, they were Dale and Helen Adams. I was wondering if you may be able to find out any information for me. And, do you know if there is old newspaper obituaries in that area dating back to his death of Joseph Adams in 1937. Hoping to hear from you soon. Thanks for any information. Cynthia Adams Robbins
|Harold howell||Lanie and Stella Poppel Keller|
Thank You for your day, time, effort and gas in getting me the photograph of my Great-Uncle and Great-Aunt Lanie and Stella Keller, I can't thank you enough!
Have a Great Day and A Great Week Ahead!
Harold Eugene "Gene" Howell
|DeeDee||Nine Mile Cemetery|
You are to be commended on the work and the effort it must of took to record and photograph the headstones at this cemetery. I went there recently and it was slightly difficult to maneuver my truck up the roads let alone find a grave walking without a map or an idea where to look. There is only one Monroe listed and it is not the right one, but thank you for the wonderful work you did, it's quite an accomplishment.
Added by DeeDee on Jul 03, 2014 8:39 PM
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