I maintain memorials mostly for relatives, plus a few others.
After mentioning places in bios, I sometimes add decimal coordinates in parentheses, like this (61.74739 9.26042). These coordinates can be pasted into many geographic web sites to see the location (mapper.acme.com, maps.google.com, Google earth, but unfortunately the excellent Norwegian map site kart.finn.no doesn't accept decimal coordinates). Different sites don't quite agree on locations, so I go by Acme mapper.
I have two virtual cemeteries of people from the Fron parishes (Nord-Fron and Sør-Fron), Oppland County, Norway, in the historical region of Gudbrandsdalen, who are buried in the US. One has information added from the Fron church records and the other has no info added. Fron church records go back to 1799. People in Norway transcribed the Fron church records from 1799 through 1900 into a series of Excel files. These files are my source of the information. If you know of a person from Fron, you may ask me for a look-up.
Wingren Links and edits made. Thanks so much for sending the additional information and for posting the photographs you have of them on their memorials. Transferred both memorials to you--good luck with your research!
Holton Memorials I just transferred John to you. If you call Crystal Lake Cemetery, they will give you the exact location of Inga and Joseph's graves (which are unmarked) and any other pertinent info. Seems unlikely that Joseph was in the hospital for so many months before his death. You may want to check with the cemetery to see what they have for his death date.
RE: John Stenerson Hi Espa, Thanks for looking into this. My email address is email@example.com
I was looking at a Norway census for records of my great grandfather John G Stenerson and thought I found it at a location that had the name Lilleespe in it. So I googled Lilleespe and your memorial to Kari came up. In reading your memorial, I noticed some similar names (including John) and thought I may have found the right family. Now I'm not so sure.