|Richard Rhode (#46552979)|
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Born in Montana in the mid 1940s, I was raised in Duluth, Minnesota, and live in Saint Paul, Minnesota. See the link to the Rhode Family Tree below. It has additional information on most of my memorials on Find A Grave.|
As Voltaire said, "the perfect is the enemy of the good." I believe it is better to post the information one has now, rather than wait for perfection. If you have corrections to the memorials I have posted, please let me know.
"We still remember, we who dwell
In this far land beneath the trees."
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|Priscilla Peimann Klintworth||HEnry Suhr Ingie Suhr|
According to Mrs. Henry Suhr's obit I have her buried in the Staplehurst cemetery. I will post it on her findagrave so you can see it.
|Sandra||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 83361677|
ok. I deleted 83361677 closeup stone photo. Have a great day.
Added by Sandra on Jan 06, 2015 3:58 PM
|Cathy Beaudoin||Crosley Heaton|
In the recent transcription of Greenwood, Crosley and Sarah Parker are no longer listed. The local historian at the library still had an older transcript which gave their cemetery location as D/7. This means that their stone is no longer visible or is illegible. The early transcript also listed a Milley E. who died July 1889 aged 18 mos.I took a photo of the row where they are buried which I will post on their memorial with a location if that's ok.
|Cathy Beaudoin||RE: Grace Crosley Heaton|
|Minnesota Norsk||Ole N. & Bertha Sorbo|
Tusen Takk (Thousand Thanks) for making the time to photograph the memorial marker of Ole N. and Betsy (Ferley) Sorbo at Salem Memorial Cemetery.
Peace and Blessings,
|Kelli||RE: Jean Marie Meshak Altenburg|
You're very welcome! :)
Added by Kelli on Sep 04, 2014 10:26 AM
|James Bianco||Curlys Lyon # 125583073|
Hello, I am not sure if he is a relative, but I have uploaded photos of the monument he is listed on. Also, that of his two sons killed during the civil war (Charles A. & Marcus E.). Charles A. is listed as a member of a North Carolina Regiment, and a Captain. Was he a Southern Sympathizer? Have a look when you get the chance. Thanks Jim
Thank You for the transfers of Earl and Mary Johnson.
|Jill||RE: Isaac Church and wife|
Your welcome, I hope you find where they're buried.
I live in the area and searched what I could but had no luck.
Added by Jill on Aug 11, 2014 2:39 PM
|LGibbs||RE: Wellington Stratton|
All cleaned up :) Thanks for letting me know!
Added by LGibbs on Aug 08, 2014 10:01 AM
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