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Jeffrey C (#46935377)
 member for 8 years, 2 months, 21 days
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When I began to research my family's genealogy I quickly realized how valuable cemetery documentation can be. I greatly benefited from the work of others, so now I wish to "pay it forward" by documenting the cemeteries in the places I live and visit. I grew up in Neosho County, KS and Atchison County, MO, and now live in the Twin Cities, MN, so those tend to be the places I've worked on. I'm very willing to transfer any memorials to those persons who hold strong connections to the persons memorialized. My only desire is that my work may be found to be helpful and meaningful to others.
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Debbie & Gary
Herman & Carolina Luebke
Thank you for the kindness of transferring my great grandparents to me. It is greatly appreciated. Thank You Gary Westphal
Added by Debbie & Gary on Nov 22, 2015 9:26 AM
Kathleen Englebretson
I was contacted by another Find A Grave member about a glitch in a link I created. Find A Grave#'s will be of no value with this problem. The link In created was for a Marvin Koplitz in Restlawn Cemetery in Wisconsin. When you click on his name the name that comes up os James Joseph Zacame. The picture is for a Harold Herington. You put the picture in. I have no idea who put in James. Ironically if you put in a search for James in Find A Grave he doesn't even come up. I don't want to change anthing so I delete your work. Please do a search for Marvin Koplitz and let me know what you can salvage. I have had this happen before I have to delete the whole link and redo. I have never has this happen where 3 links collided.
Added by Kathleen Englebretson on Nov 16, 2015 2:43 PM
Not so Irish
Matilda Smith
Thank you so much for the transfer.... I will add to her tomorrow.. It is appreciated. Gail
Added by Not so Irish on Nov 06, 2015 7:37 PM
PFC TK Schaefer
Hi Jeffrey,
Thank you kindly for the transfer.
Added by Tony on Oct 25, 2015 4:52 PM
Bonnie Brown Arnold
William and Emily Harper
Thank you for the transfer, Jeffrey ...and so QUICKLY, too!

Merit and Bonnie Arnold
Added by Bonnie Brown Arnold on Oct 23, 2015 7:47 PM
Emily Rausch
RE: Wesley David Hauk
Thanks for adding the information about his life. I appreciate it.
Added by Emily Rausch on Oct 18, 2015 8:42 AM
Emily Rausch
Wesley David Hauk
Please add this information to his memorial. Thank you!

Wesley's father was a lithographer when Wesley was born. When he was 3 years old, the family moved to Charles City, Iowa, where his father was a minister assigned to an Evangelical Church Circuit.

In 1900 (census), the family is living in Big Stone City, South Dakota.

The 1910 census for Portland Township, Cerro Gordo, Iowa reports that Wesley, age 17, was working as a servant in the household of Albert and Elizabeth Pribbenow. Elizabeth is Wesley's cousin, the daughter of Elizabeth Haehlen Berthold. He was actually working as a laborer on their farm.

Wesley married Inga Sophia Lauritson on January 4, 1917 in Valley City, North Dakota. They had two children: Newton David and Dorothy Mae.

The 1920 census shows Wesley as a minister in Valley City, North Dakota.

Inga passed away in 1956 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Wesley married several years later to Alice Mae Adams but he passed away in 1960 in Excelsior, Minnesota. Inga and Wesley are buried togther.
Added by Emily Rausch on Oct 17, 2015 10:20 PM
Sheila S
Lawrence Lamkin
Thank you for adding the gravestone photo of Lawrence Lamkin. I really appreciate it!

Thanks, Sheila
Added by Sheila S on Oct 17, 2015 10:39 AM
Becky Cole
Thank you very much for the nice pictures of the stone for Elizabeth and Sebastian ALLMANN. The dedication you have for helping others who live far away is appreciated greatly!
Becky in CA.
Added by Becky Cole on Oct 17, 2015 9:18 AM
Gail Seaver
Wallace and Elaine Elling
Thanks so much for taking and posting the picture of the Elling gravestone. Your effort is greatly appreciated.
Added by Gail Seaver on Oct 17, 2015 8:36 AM
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