|Christine Haus & Mum (Adele Swiontek) (#46801538)|
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My interest has always been in history. In the summer of 2004, I started a project on reclaiming an abandon graveyard in Northcote, Minnesota. There are many forgotten graves there, within and outside of the graveyard. Northcote is strong in history; James J. Hill, builder of the Great Northern Railway. He built a Bonanza farm for his son in Northcote, Minnesota, with the world's largest barns and silos. I thought part of the history in the Oakview Catholic Cemetery needed to be saving too! I received many notes from families that did not know where their loves ones where and now have a place to visit. |
Since I started with one gravesite and I thought why not continue so many others can find their love ones.
Please take in consideration that I am not related to most in which I have added. I add them to Find A Grave so family members can find were their ancestors are buried. If you have other information on the graves I have updated please contact me- I would love to add to these graves. Especially pictures!
I have now listed my Mum with me, being in college I am not always able to get all my contributions done. Mum's are a bit less costly than personal secretaries-lol.
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|Bunny Pease||Mary E. Attix & Walter Clark|
Thank you for the transfers. Family bible shows them both in MN but we didn't know where. BP
|Gone But Not Forgotten||Transfers|
Thank you for the teansfers. It was very unexpected but appreciated. If I can ever help or repay your kindness please let me know.
Jackie and Richard
|Gone But Not Forgotten||Jonetta hammer transfer|
Thank you for the transfer. If I can help you in any way please let me know. BTW I love your profile picture.
|Gone But Not Forgotten||Transfer of memorial|
Oh yes I would love to manage the memorial you are most kind. Than you.
|Steve & Nancy Stout||RE: August Aas|
Thanks so much!
I will begin adding to his memorial.
|Peggy Ogan||Oakhill Cemetery Agnes Edna Sweet|
This is my great-grandmother. She was born Jan, 28, 1847 in Moscow, Ontario, Canada. Her parents were Benjamin Asselstine and Charlotte Hufman.
She had 6 children: MAbel Gertrude Sweet Van Luven, Arthur Grange Sweet, Cyrus James Sweet,
George Hilton Sweet -who died young and is buried next to her, Edna Amelia May Sweet and Harry Ben Sweet.
After her death her husband and children moved to WA state, with the exception of Mabel who was married and living back in Canada.
George Hilton's Sweet's headstone may be missing. My brother visited the cemetery a couple of years ago and could not find it. It was white.
THis cemetery was primarily a Methodist Cemetery and also buried there is her sister0in-law Azubah Fretts Asselstine and several of her children. Azubah was married to Agnes' brother Anthony Coleman Asselstine. He also relocated to WA state.
|kateb||A A Pierce|
Thanks for the transfer - this really helps with my research!!
Added by kateb on May 27, 2012 6:29 PM
|Audrey Stewart-Farol||Melvey Stewart Memorial|
I just wanted to say "Thank You" for all the work you did putting this together for us. I'm sure it was very time-consumming, the family really appreciates it! Audrey Stewart-Farol
|Sandy McClay||HARSTAD Family in Greenwood Cemetery, Kittson County MN|
You have taken one photo of a Joseph Harstad that was an infant that died at a day old, there should be his parents and another infant in this same family Lot F16, John J, Mary and his second wife Bertha also. Any way to request these? Thank you! Sandy
Just wanted to THANK YOU for your help as I was looking for a picture of William Hall's Headstone. Thanks again
Added by Debbie on May 30, 2010 8:53 AM
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