|Bruce Aiton (#47039454)|
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I HAVE 10,000 PHOTOS OF ITASCA CALVARY & HARRIS CEMETERIES. PLEASE TAKE ADVANTAGE OF MY GOOD NATURE AND REQUEST PHOTOS, BOTH HUSBAND AND WIFE OR WHOLE FAMILIES.SOMETIMES I MAY SEND INFO FROM THE CEMETERY FILES IF IT LOOKS INTERESTING.|
I happily make additions, corrections and family links within a couple of days. Just send them using the edit button feature (send corrections). If you are new to findagrave or a long-time contributor, please be sure to read the guidelines at Findagrave Official Facts so you can be familiar with how things are suppose to be done.
Most of my entries are from my family tree and related.
Will transfer NON-FAMILY memorials. If they are not in my family tree you will receive the transfer if within FaG Guidelines.
PLEASE use the suggest a correction and EDIT functions. For transfers you MUST include your ID number in the email or it will be deleted. Batch names contained in one email will also be deleted.
If your email is not shown on your profile when you do a suggest a correction IT WILL NOT give me an email address so if its something you need an answer to you must type in your email in the suggestion a correction box.
Please do not use my headstone photos from this website to post on any other website or to make duplicate memorials on this one. Photos posted to memorials on Find A Grave are copyrighted by the member who submitted the photos. Lifting the photo to use elsewhere (on other sites) would be a violation of copyright. You must obtain written permission from the member to use any photo for your own use. Just because a picture is on the internet doesn't mean you are entitled to it, especially without giving credit.
The Itasca County Historical Society & Karjala Family History Center is a great source. Have a look at: http://itascahistorical.org/
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Thank you sir!
Added by Tony on Sep 27, 2015 4:04 AM
|Terry Hardgrave||George Mothershead|
It appears that you may have gotten confused between George Mothershead and his son, Willard Mothershead. You posted a picture of Willard's grave marker under the Find A Grave for his father, George. I had originally requested a photo of George's grave marker, so am hoping you can still do that and correct the above error. Thanks for your help!!
Bruce, thank you very much for your help. Much appreciated and such a rapid response!!
Added by ROI326 on Sep 19, 2015 2:50 PM
|ROI326||Mary Etta Sullivan|
Bruce, Thank you very much. Innis
Added by ROI326 on Sep 19, 2015 9:44 AM
|Lene Hansen||RE: Hjalmar grave|
Thank you so mutch for the information ive got so far, it means alot to look up the clues im trying to figure out :) !
Does it says when hes born on these sites? i cant access these sites you gave me. My great grandmothers name is Martha Karoline Hansen, (maiden name Eliassen born 12/03-1887).
|Lene Hansen||RE: Hanson/Hansen|
Sweds use Hanson and also Hansson, while norwegians use Hansen. But i know that many norwegian-americans have got their surname written Hanson to be "americanised".
|Mark Watkins||Stella Sterling Watkins|
Bruce: Thank you for all you do for this cemetery. Stella went for nearly 100 years without a headstone and we finally got her one
|Lene Hansen||Hjalmar grave|
Thanks for the photos to be shown! I see there are a grave Hanson and Hjalmar A. Are these beside eachother and connected?
There are very few norwegians born named Hjalmar Alexander Hanson here in Norway in old records in general, as a full name :)
Does it excist any death certificate for this Hjalmar? And where may i find sutch?
Greetings from Lene Hansen in Norway :) !
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Richard's and his wife Louise's graves. It helps confirm my research and records.Awesome! Thanks again.
|J Edwards||Esther Wells Shipman|
thanks so much for taking the great photo of her marker. So pleased to have it
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