|Chuck James||RE: Reutter family|
No problem. That is my favorite kind of cemetery - remote, abandoned, small and onphotographed. A real challenge! I pass through the area a few times a year and will search more diligently for the missing grave next time, possibly around Christmas. Maybe the vegetation will be down a bit by then.
|S-P Allison||RE: Phydila Stockwell Allison and John Allison|
Thank you for your reply. I must have been in another state of consciousness when I wrote the first message to you. You are correct in your reply! Thanks again for your post.
I am related through earlier relatives. Most of my alive and deceased relatives are in the Mower, Dodge, Rock Dell, Fillmore, Olmsted areas.
You both have done a lot of work for find a grave. I hope to fill in the blanks of some as I go. Have a great day!
|JKMartin||RE: Bernice Baumgardner Rostad|
She is in the Ellisville, Fulton County, Illinois Cemetery.
Added by JKMartin on Aug 29, 2014 9:09 AM
|Gary L. and Wilma (Knigge) Luther||Knigge|
Do you have kin folk of the surname of "Knigge"?
I also have that so know what you are going through.
Added by Jerry on Aug 12, 2014 5:45 PM
|Oiseth||South Zumbro location|
All your good work on Findagrave is appreciated.
I think that Salem Township would be a more accurate descriptor of the location of South Zumbro Cemetery. Salem Corners refers to the area around a particular intersection of roads in the township that is some distance from this cemetery's location.
Added by Oiseth on Aug 08, 2014 6:49 AM
|Chris Larson||Erick Erickson and Agnes Brakke|
Thank you for adding the obituaries to these memorials!
Thank you so very much for the Hanf family transfers. I appreciate all of your time and effort put into them!! Jill
|Nancy Stout||Kingsley Plot Locations|
Thank you very much for giving me those plot locations. As one who has spent countless hours wandering around in cemeteries, I am very grateful for the info!
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