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John Christeson (#46562435)
 member for 12 years, 25 days
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Bio Photo I was born in 1930 and raised in Barron, Wisconsin. I served in the Army Signal Corps from 1948 - 1952 and was discharged as a Staff Sgt. Worked for the Post Office in Barron for three years. Graduated from Wisconsin State College at Eau Claire, WI. in 1960 and then went to work for the US Food & Drug Adm. Retired in 1988. Currently living in Sun City, Georgetown, TX with my wife Janet.

Since I have no relatives buried in Texas, I will transfer any memorials that are your relatives or friends to you. Just click on EDIT in the upper righthand corner of the memorial, select the first line in the menu and request the transfer. Be sure to include your ID number.

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Denney Family - NY
Thank you so much for creating the memorials for this family and all the ones you have created!
Also, thank you for all the quick updates, corrections and links. So sorry about the mistake in the one edit send.

Have a great weekend!
Added by R & R on Jan 23, 2015 10:44 AM
Bonnie Maskery
Charles Washington Kincheloe ##52957964
Dear John,
Thank you so much for this transfer.
Added by Bonnie Maskery on Jan 22, 2015 11:52 PM
Smith Family
Thanks for the transfer
Thank you for the transfer of Wilford Ed Schneider's memorial! Your contributions to Find A Grave seem to be limitless!
Added by Smith Family on Jan 22, 2015 7:43 AM
John, thanks for the quick response and for the transfer of the Christian memorials.
Added by Roadrunner on Jan 18, 2015 9:40 PM
Casey-Taylor City Cem
John-Thank you so much for the updates and links, they are appreciated. I'm so sorry, but I didn't realize that you had already linked her husband to her memorial. Could you please remove the spouse link from Memorial # 19657971. Since it is entered on both spouses memorials they are showing up twice. This was my mistake and I apologize for it. Regards, Laura.
Added by Honor on Jan 14, 2015 7:12 PM
RE: Hulda Oman and her husband Johannes Malcom Oman
As of THIS moment, there isn't a problem any longer. Last night when I sent that msg to you they were both double linked, why I don't know but now it doesn't matter cause they are correct. Thanks!
Added by Deb on Jan 14, 2015 1:34 PM
Mark Pelham
I can manage this page. Mildred Wendland is my mother's sister. My aunt.
Thank You
Added by Mark Pelham on Jan 09, 2015 7:22 PM
Mark Pelham
RE: 13871233
Thank you
Added by Mark Pelham on Jan 09, 2015 7:10 PM
Mark Pelham
I can manage the August Mills page. he is my uncle.
Thank You...
Added by Mark Pelham on Jan 09, 2015 6:03 PM
Nena Smothers
RE:Berry Springs Cem vs John Berry Cem.
The cemetery books compiled by the Williamson County Historical Association contain additional information supplied by Judge Jack Pope of Austin on July 25, 1975. He shows 4 graves in this cemetery; one unknown; one belonging to George Washington Berry; another to Patrick Henry Berry, who died at age 4; and the John Berry grave.
contributor Ellen Welker
this is what she has written on all 4 graves she has buried in this John Berry Cem. No pics like you have. These folks can not be buried in 2 different cemeteries. They got to be in the one who you have pics of. I am wondering if she created this cemetery and just named it wrong as I believe you have the right cemetery. she doesn't mention the 5th grave which as mentioned I do now believe could well be our 4x grandad so this is highly important to figure out.
almost the whole of TX back in day wondered where he was buried and published a story in Brazoria newspaper which I have asking where is William Smeathers buried? We've long believed he was bur w/the Berry's which I did explain to you why. this would be so fantastic if we finally found him! this is the most exciting news in years to us descendants, sure wish I lived down there. I'd be on the first trip there right now. If you know of a dowser let me know I'd like him to go there and dowse. We had this done in Indiana on Daniel Grass grave and on ground next to him where we thought his wife and a son were and found them and it works. So they redid some stones for them.
Daniel mrd Wm Smeathers sister Jane. Do keep me posted so I can clue in the folks as they are excited as I am. thanks kindly, happy trails
Added by Nena Smothers on Jan 07, 2015 12:39 PM
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