|Robert Dove (#47399831)|
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I am recording the cemeteries in the southern twin cities area where I live. Also, since I lived in the Madison Mn area as a farm boy, I am photographing and recording the Lac qui Parle cemeteries whenever I go out to visit.|
I encourage anyone to ask me to transfer management of any grave entities I have started. Just send me a note with the Marker ID and your member ID.
I would like you to participate by including your research into these memorials. Please use the Edit feature to send me your data whereupon I will gladly accept it. We are in this together to make these memorial as accurate as possible.
If you have uploaded a better picture to a memorial that I manage, send me a note and I will remove mine.
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|Wendy||RE: Kittleson sisters|
Rob, Amazed at the quick reply. I do not have the original, but know where it look. It was in very bad condition, but I will go through things at my mother's house and re-locate it and rescan at a higher definition to see how that works. The others in the original are my grandmother Jennie (1889-1993)& her sister Esther (1888-1918) who died in France while serving as a nurse in WWI. Are you related to the Kittleson's? I have some things regarding Montevideo history. My G-grandfather was Sheriff of Chippewa County. I am sending you a private message with my personal email. Wendy
Added by Wendy on Apr 25, 2015 11:39 AM
Ella #73577899 and Gladys # 73577893 were life long friends of my Grandmother, Jennie Amundson Arneson #65824437. I have added childhood photos to Ella & Gladys. Neither sister ever married. They celebrated holidays with my family. I remember each very well. Maybe a descendant would enjoy seeing the photos.
Added by Wendy on Apr 25, 2015 9:43 AM
Hans Andreas Larson was born in Hole Parish, Buskerud Amt, Norway. He and both of his parents were born on the Fjeld farm. His father was Hans Larsen Fjeld and his mother, Maren Elisabeth Isaksdatter Fjeld. They emigrated to the US in 1854. along with his sister Anne.
|jay haugesag||jay haugesag|
hi Robert !! my name is jay haugesag. you and I spent a lot of time together in the summers of the late 70's.i used to go spend the summers at my grandparents miff & olga haugesag,and stayed out to my uncle keiths parents morris & evelyn simonson during harvest and bean walking.i drove your dads 706 and pulled the little combine.there were quite a few nights you and I would hit dawson in the old white 62 chevy.those were the best years of my life.you were all wonderful people.its nice to see my family grave markers on this site.bless your heart for doing this.i don't get out there anymore since my family has passed.
|KateL||RE: Wittnebel correction completed|
Thank You. And a huge thanks for all of the work you've done on LQP County research!
Added by KateL on Feb 11, 2015 6:06 PM
|KateL||Robert Wittnebel, Sr.|
Hi, Please remove Robert F. Wittnebel #100035586 from the Hayden City Cemetery. He is buried next to his wife Rachael in the Trinity Lutheran Cemetery-Walter Township. I have added him as #142480933. Thanks!
Added by KateL on Feb 11, 2015 1:03 PM
As a long-time researcher who recently discovered Find-A-Grave & many relatives on this site, your willingness to cooperate is much appreciated!I wish all contributors had your attitude!
Added by Jo B on Dec 08, 2014 12:48 PM
|Jaci||re Scholtes transfer|
More Thanks! for the unexpected transfer.
Added by Jaci on Nov 02, 2014 6:01 PM
|Jaci||re: Mitzel at Resurrection Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the great photo(s). I really appreciate your help and quickness!
Added by Jaci on Nov 02, 2014 2:50 PM
Hello Mr Dove! I just started looking up my grandmothers family, and you did all the work for me. When you get a chance could you transfer my greats, Julian and Tobia, #95801797 and 95801963? I appreciate it, and thanks! Barb Roloff #47985479
Added by Barb on Sep 07, 2014 6:06 PM
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