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Michael Cummins (#47193675)
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Bio Photo Resident of Minneapolis, MN. A retired Professor of Geography and a world traveler.
Member of the Minnesota Genealogical Society.
Main family interest: Cummins, Reindl, and Phillips families.
Currently developing family trees for the Perrier family of Minnesota, Elliott family of Iowa, and the Reuteler/Lang family of Minnesota.
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RE: Styers photo
Your welcome, sir.
Added by Andrew on Nov 10, 2015 10:12 PM
sharon howell
John Lyons

Sorry but anyone buried before the 1970's only have the large wall markers. After 1970 they are buried in the ground with 2 people buried together and noted on the tombstone marker.

Added by sharon howell on Nov 02, 2015 6:01 AM
RE: Harriet Gwinn Schultz and family
You are welcome, Michael. It was a challenge, but one we were up for. I am adding more garden type tools, including a screwdriver and a little hand digger device to my bag of other equipment to remove lichen and whatever is necessary to be able to read the stones, when I can find them. I had another one this morning that responded to the gentle persistent poke of my screwdriver through the sod although I will have my husband do the digging out work in a day or so. I feel sad when these tiny markers are covered over by dirt and grass, so forlorn and largely forgotten. Thanks for all YOU do to connect your family lines so they are not forgotten. If I can provide a photo here, I am happy to help. And don't worry about the advancing age business. Firstly, there is little that one can do about it. Secondly, you are in good company. We are not very far behind you in that regard! Have a pleasant evening! Eileen
Added by Eileen on Oct 29, 2015 3:44 PM
RE: Nellie Scholl Schultz
I agree with your assessment. One comfort is that she IS with her family.
Added by Eileen on Oct 22, 2015 10:49 PM
Linda Claxton
RE: Laughlin military photo
You're very welcome. Happy to transfer if you'd like.

Added by Linda Claxton on Oct 17, 2015 9:59 PM
Mandi Brown
Marie Lyons
I added Marie to the site and her photo. She is also connected to her parents. If you would like to maintain her memorial please let me know.
Added by Mandi Brown on Oct 06, 2015 8:52 PM
Kathy Robinson
Peter Scholl
Thank you so much for the photo!! You are wonderful for getting it for me - I really appreciate your time and effort.
Added by Kathy Robinson on Sep 23, 2015 3:26 AM
RE: Laughlin photos
The cemetery was very well maintained, with "street" signs on roads and a directory under plexiglass with a large map. I checked the area where the Laughlins should have been but the only one with their name was just across the path so not entirely sure but no other of that name in that immediate area. No foots stones either.
Added by Laura on Sep 21, 2015 8:08 PM
John Wever
I am sure you mean he died in Jasper County, IL not Jasper County, IN-if he really did die in Indiana let me know, but I am leaving it blank for now.
Added by LefflerResearcher on Sep 19, 2015 7:12 AM
John Henry Cook #26853930
You sent an edit for b/d of 9-16-1856. Since his stone is inscribed 1857, I did a check and found that his death certificate states death date of 9-16-1857. I left the year as 1857 since both the stone and d.c. agree. Thanks.
Added by BjJ on Sep 16, 2015 6:55 AM
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