|LAlcott - MN (#46600110)|
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28 Year employee of the St. Paul, MN., Public Schools, retireing in September 2002.|
1954 Graduated of McCellan Grade School, St. Paul, MN.
1958 Graduated of Washington High School, St. Paul, MN.
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|Kathryn Wagner||Herman Otto Johnson|
I am going to the cemetery to find a picture for Mr. Johnson's grave, and I noticed that there are 2 memorials for him, and they were both created by you.
#123518828 and #123518845 (which has his family links associated with it . . . the other does not). So, I left plot information on #123518845, and I will post the picture, when I have it to the same number. You probably want to delete the first one that I listed. Thank you!
|Chad Justesen||RE: Sharon Klemz-Newpower|
Larry - thanks for the note. I transferred the memorial over to you to update as you like. CJ
|Bob||Carol J. Unger|
Hi LAlcott, the memorial you just made for Carol J. Unger 116952388, should be died in 2013, not 2012. Juswt a type, take care, Bob.
Added by Bob on Sep 13, 2013 2:10 PM
|Quilter79||RE: Blase Family|
Thanks for the Blase memorial transfers. That is very kind of you.
I love that book by Lois Grewwe. My Great Aunt contributed information to the book and I own her copy since she has passed away. It's a very well done book and the Blase family were pioneers in Dakota county, so it was great to see so much on them in the book!
Added by Cynthia on May 26, 2013 12:57 PM
|Denise Spurlock||Burial Place of Leroy L Hitsman|
According to a the Veterans Gravesite database at Ancestry.com, Leroy is buried at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland, Oregon. This is what I found:
Name: Leroy Lloyd Hitsman
Service Info.: SEA US NAVY WORLD WAR I
Birth Date: 20 Aug 1889
Death Date: 19 Mar 1967
Service Start Date: 2 Jan 1918
Interment Date: 3 Apr 1967
Cemetery: Willamette National Cemetery
Cemetery Address: 11800 SE MT. Scott Boulevard Portland, OR 97266
Buried At: Section B Site 801
Leroy is my 2nd cousin, once removed.
Do you by chance know where Phillip Martin wife is buried? Mary died very young around 33.
Added by Cynthia on May 16, 2012 11:24 AM
|Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~||Harry Stark/Ft. Snelling|
Will you please delete the head stone photo for Harry Stark ID # 18763657 ?? It's the wrong photo.(The dates do not match up.)
Thank you, Steve
|Rodger Dohm||Frederick Goldberg|
LAlcott - MN, I see that you created a memorial for Louisa Mary Goldberg #411598 on Feb 20, 2004. Also a volunteer recently took a picture of the headstone of Louisa Mary Goldberg #411598 and posted that headstone picture on her memorial on 7/28/2011 (just months ago). I am looking for her husband:
Birth 25 Sep 1819 in Meyenburg, Ostprignitz, Prussia
I have him tracked through time from his birth using the Goldberg Family bible, his marriage in Prussia with the same bible, each Minnesota Census, each federal census, US land records, to his US passport in 1887. I cannot find him after he signed his passport to travel abroad on 12 Apr 1887. He would have been 67 years old and his wife just passed away days before on 5 Mar 1887.
I was wondering if you could help me and check the records of the Old Salem Evangelical Church Cemetery in Inver Grove Heights, Dakota County, Minnesota, to see if Frederick Goldberg (1819-) is buried next to his wife in a marked or unmarked grave. He would have passed away after 5 Mar 1887. Looking for him. Even if he did travel abroad, I believe he was buried next to his wife in Old Salem Evangelical Church Cemetery.
He is the father-in-law of my great grand aunt. Anything that you can do would be greatly appreciated. I am looking for a death date and location. From there I can hopefully find his obit in the paper or at least have someone help me do that.
I look forward hearing from you!
|Northern Neighbors||Hitsman(s) in Waddington|
I transferred Robert and Gail. For future reference, it is easier to use the SAC feature for requests as well as corrections / additions. The memorial is automatically linked in the Email and makes it easier to fulfill a request, etc. You can delete Robert, but you may want to add the DOB - mine is more complete. I know you didn't request Gail, but she must be related.
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