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Knudson (#47288237)
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Bio Photo My husband, Mike, has a long-time interest in history and genealogy, and I have long been interested in photography. He is retired from the Soil Conservation Service, and I am retired from the North Dakota National Guard.

Mike and I have written two books about North Dakotans in World War I. The first, 'Ransom County's Loyal Defenders,' is about WWI veterans from Ransom County, ND. The second, 'Warriors in Khaki,' is about Native Americans from North Dakota who served in WWI:

We are currently doing research for our next book, on Native Americans with ties to SD who served in WWI. Anyone helps us with information or photos will receive proper credit.

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Jeannie Scarber
WWI Veterans 91 DIV
As a World War One Centenary project. I am researching the WWI veterans buried in Tucson, so far I have 1,748 in the database. I have a facebook page called "The Great War Doughboy Search: Tucson and WWI" where I am posting some of things I learn about the war, and the names of veterans.

Thousands of WWI veterans came to Tucson after the war in hopes that the climate would help their TB or respiratory ailments that they contracted during the war. It also became a popular place to retire. For this reason buried in Tucson are veterans who represent everything the United States did during WWI.

I was thrilled to see that you are researching the 91st Division and I will pass on veterans who are in the 91st to you.

Jeannie Scarber
Marana, AZ
Added by Jeannie Scarber on Sep 09, 2014 3:04 PM
Transfer of memorial
Hello, I am wondering if you would transfer the following two memorials:
# 110183004 (my great-uncle)
# 110183068 (My great-uncle's wife)

My member number is: 47387895
Added by Claire on Jul 06, 2014 1:54 PM
Addie Kruta Lenoir
RE: William Edward Lenoir
William B.1893 is NOT the son of Adele and Joseph Lenoir. William died in Oregon and is buried at Fort Totten, ND.
Added by Addie Kruta Lenoir on Feb 24, 2014 11:29 AM
DG Bender
RE: Sailer, Emil F.
It sure would be great if every F.A.G. member would adopt your willingness to transfer memorials to their fellow F.A.G. members.
There are far too many F.A.G. members that think memorial creation constitutes continual ownership not realizing that cooperation is the key to making their memorial a much more meaningful one.
DG Bender working to honor our Ancestral Pioneers by bringing Families together!
Added by DG Bender on Feb 18, 2014 3:42 PM
Scott Thompson
Darlene Rydquist
Thank you very much for the headstone photo of Darlene Rydquist! Sorry for the late response. Scott Thompson
Added by Scott Thompson on Nov 21, 2013 12:06 PM
Wild West Division
91st Division
Thank you very much for giving me eight names of Native Americans who served with the 91st Division in WW I. Indeed, I would be very interested in your offer of sharing a listing of North Dakota natives who served in the 91st. I will contact you via email.

Many thanks for your help.
Warm Regards,
Added by Wild West Division on Oct 21, 2013 9:14 AM
Gale Boetius Perez
RE: Ted (Teafil) Klein
Thank you for the use of the photos! - Gale
Added by Gale Boetius Perez on Oct 15, 2013 5:58 AM
Gale Boetius Perez
Klein gravestones
Hi Ann, I am a great-niece of Ted (Teafil) Klein. Would it be alright to add the photos you posted for Ted and his wife Mary to their profiles on I would be happy to credit you with the photos. Their memorials are 101907129 and 106602423. Thank you - Gale
Added by Gale Boetius Perez on Oct 14, 2013 4:31 AM
RE: Albert Grass
You are welcome. I would never have known he was an Indian chief had I not run across the article. Have you thought about writing a bio and having him listed as famous? Red
Added by Red on Aug 11, 2013 2:47 PM
Nancy at KNDKritters
Photo of Veterans Cemetery
North Dakota Veterans Cemetery
Cannon salute by North Dakota National Guard, Memorial Day, 2010. Added by: Knudson

I can I enlarge the photo to 11x14. I would to put it on my wall with my Veterans of my family

Thank you for your time / work

the other half of Nancy@KNDKritters; Dean-o
Added by Nancy at KNDKritters on Aug 11, 2013 2:13 AM
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