|Wendy Watts (#47283745)|
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|Russell Roubdioux||found 3 Clowdus in Midfield Alabama..|
I was in Midfield Alabama at walnut grove cemetery I found a over grown marker with name CLOWDUS on it Barnett G 1874 1925, Annie L 1883 1924 , John A 1908 1908
|Sue (Carlson) Eide||Gladys Olson|
Thanks Wendy for transferring Gladys to me.
|Sharron M Erickson||Wayne/Helen Anderson|
My parents are buried at the Balsam Lutheran Church cemetery in Amery, WI.
My mom died on March 29, 2011. Would you know if her date of death has been inscribed to the marker? Additionally, when her death appears on the Find A Grave site, I would like to add the following information:
Helen Mildred Anderson
(November 12, 1922 - March 29, 2011)
Helen Mildred Froshaug Anderson was born to John"Johnny" Froshaug (1896 to 1969) and Linnea "Mildred" Sandahl Froshaug (1901-1996) on November 12, 1922 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Her childhood was spent in Minneapolis Minnesota, and in 1935, her family moved to the "Clausen Farm" in Clayton, Wisconsin. She attended Amery Public Schools and graduated in June of 1940. After her graduation, she worked for Dr. Paul L. Satterlund in Amery as a dental assistant. On January 23, 1942, she was united in marriage to Wayne Bobby Anderson (1919-2000). Helen is survived by her three children, daughter Sharron Erickson, Plymouth, MN, son Dennis (Audrey), Vining, MN and son Gary (Kerrie) Minneapolis, MN. During their married life, Helen and Wayne lived in Superior, WI, Grand Forks, ND, Pine City, MN, Cambridge, MN, Isanti, MN, Belle Plaine, MN, New Ulm, MN and Amery, WI. They were good companions and shared their love of antiquities. Helen was a master with her needle-work of many varieties; she was an excellent water-colorist, folk-art painter and had an appetite for learning and reading that continued to the last days of her life. Memories of Helen have to be punctuated by her unbelievable sense of humor. She shared laughter where ever her life paths took her. Friends, family members and even casual acquaintances all have stories about a joke or funny experience relayed and usually "embroidered upon" by Helen. Helen was born an entertainer and lived her life befitting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Helen was the proud grandmother of six grandsons: S. Eric Erickson (Amy), Matthew Erickson (Lisa), Jonathan Erickson, Christopher Anderson (Terri), Michael Anderson and Nathan (Tina)Anderson. With joy she welcomed nine great-grandchildren into her life: Chloe, Benjamin, Alexandra, Katherine, Claire, John, Peter, Joseph, and Coltin. In 2001, Helen began a cherished friendship with Leman "Pete" Olsenius. This companionship and friendship lasted to the end of her life. Additionally, Helen is survived by her brother, John Saxe Froshaug, Longmont, Colorado, sister-in-law, Mabe Froshaug, Stillwater, MN, and brother-in-law and his wife, Raymond and Patricia Anderson, Avon Lake, Ohio. Helen was preceded in death by her husband, her brother Robert Froshaug, an infant grandson and her son-in-law, Stephen Eric Erickson. Helen was diagnosed with lung cancer on March 17, 2011 while an inpatient at Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids, Minnesota. She was given a life expectancy of 4-6 months. She refused any life prolonging treatment as she chose to enjoy the time she had left. She was discharged to her daughter's home on March 19th to receive Hospice Care Before her death, Helen asked that we talk of her new beginning rather than the end of her life. She was a deeply committed Christian. She had a faith that anyone would envy. She was anxious to see Jesus and to be safe and pain-free in the arms of her Heavenly Father. Helen embarked on her new beginning on March 29, 2011. She was encircled with the loving hands of her three children and daughter-in-law, and together they lifted her spirit to the strong and caring hands her Heavenly Father. She wouldn't have wanted the beginning any other way. Funeral services will be held on Monday, April 4, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. from Balsam Lutheran Church in rural Amery, Wisconsin. There will be a visitation for the hour prior to the service at the church. Private family interment will be at a later date. At Helen's request, she preferred no flowers and if you choose, please make your memorial gift in her name to Balsam Lutheran Church.
Thank you sincerely, Sharron Erickson
|Rodger Dohm||Johnny and Minnie Wanita Dohm|
Thank you so much for trying to help. Johnny and Minnie Wanita Dohm are actually buried at Ramsey Cemetery next to their father's, Albert Julius Dohm's farm. I am not sure which records you are looking at, but I do have all of the records from the Oak Grove Cemetery in East Farmington. The two babies that are buried in Oak Grave are the children of Charles Julius Dohm (1839 - 1908) and Caroline Willamina (Paul) Dohm (1845 - 1902). They had 12 children, 9 which lived to an adult age and 3 that died either still born or close to birth that they never named the babies. Because the Ramsey Cemetery is part of a cemetery system this misunderstanding has occurred. I have already put Johnny and Minnie Wanita Dohm's memorials up on Findagrave. They are #38462566 and 38462723. Thank you for your help!
|Virginia Harris||Mildred Wilhelm|
Thank you for the transfer. She is now linked with her parents and 9 of her siblings.
|Tammy Gibbons||RE: John Hillskotter|
Thank you for the correction on John's brother Herman. I've corrected his memorial & linked Herman as his brother. Input is always appreciated, especially when I've made an error :)
Thanks so much, Wendy, for transferring the John Retzlaff memorial to me. I will type my little fingers to the bone to include his obituary on his page! :)
|Karen Peterson Riley||Leonard Eder|
Would you link Leonard Eder with his wife, Tilda Olson Eder, 8679167, his Father William Eder, 38513676 and his Mother, Elizabeth Eder, 38513672.
Thank you for Nora. And thanks so much for your quick response!
|Sandra Sannes||Henry L. Nelson|
Would you mind linking the parents to Henry L.Nelson? His father was Lars Nelson #51812332.
His mother was Inger Marie Nelson #51812335.Thanks very much for your time and effort.Sandy
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