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sorry, there are no other markers existing for King in Thompson cemetery. Many graves are missing markers. of all the stone monuments I got photos of there, no others have the king name. As it is an abandoned cemetery there are no records I know of, it is located inside a state park.
Hi Gail,I tried to leave a msg.for you on you other one(edu)but came back.
I was just wondering if you still hold your workshop.I have some new things for the person who was in your class,at one time who is a decendant of the Warnols.
Let me know if he would like me to send it to you.
Added by mroseb on Sep 18, 2013 3:38 PM
|Kathy Lutzke||GEORGE TRUDEAU|
Thank you so much for taking the picture!
|steamerfan||RE: Ray Jenkin|
No, sorry I am not related to him. I am not related to anyone in that cemetery. I was just the person who entered all of the names from a list to get it on line.
You're welcome. Jalmer is not part of my Hannula ancestry. My GGGrandfather Thomas Hannula had four sons who came to America at the beginning of the twentieth century: John Victor, Tuomas, Herman and John Nester. I am still looking for the grave of Tuomas, who died in Wisconsin.
Added by dfilpus on May 31, 2011 7:11 AM
Hello. I think adding pictures is great - the more information, the more interesting.
Are you interested in having "custody" of your aunt? : )
Added by Twist on Jan 17, 2009 10:52 PM
You are welcome!
I only wish that I could have gotten a clearer picture for you. I was able to view the cemetary transcriptions to be sure that I had found the correct stone!
Added by Julie on Sep 17, 2008 11:40 AM
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