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Donna (#46858447)
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Jenelle Beckwith
James Beckwith
James Raphael Beckwith was my uncle. He was born in 1941 not 1841.
Added by Jenelle Beckwith on May 24, 2015 9:28 PM
Patty Betlach Russell
Ramsey Cemetery
I seem to be at the center of a little dilemma. Someone that had Geocached the Ramsey/Foster cemetery in Anoka contacted me a few days ago and sent me a photo of Charles Pitman's headstone and said it appeared that there was no record of his burial on Find a Grave, and thought that I might like to make a memorial page for him, then someone else contacted me and said that my Charles Pitman memorial page was a duplicate. I now know the confusion lies in the fact that the cemetery is listed under Ramsey Cemetery and now my entry of Foster Cemetery, and according to a photo of the cemetery the name on the sign is Ramsey Foster Cemetery. Do you have any idea how to go about adding the name Foster to the name of the cemetery? The city of Ramsey acknowledges the name as Foster Cemetery on their city page:
I have deleted my memorial page for Charles Pitman because you had already made one, which I was not aware of at the time. Thanks for any help. Patty Betlach Russell
Added by Patty Betlach Russell on Oct 12, 2014 9:06 AM
Fritz Family
I am just trying to figure out this family. Frederick's parents are supposedly George Peter Fritz and Anna Elizabetha. I do see a George P. Fritz, d. 1852 that is a likely candidate but no Anna. George is in a plot very near Frederick. Frederick = B9 and George = C9. Can you tell from your notes if there is a woman very near C9. If not I'd like George. AND thank you again.
Added by marypie on Apr 05, 2014 3:43 PM
RE: Fremont Fritz
Donna, I would love to have this family - thank you so much for the offer.
Added by marypie on Apr 05, 2014 10:53 AM
Gayle Ann Livecchia
RE: manage Jacob Staley
Sure. We were there yesterday, and an Staley descendent is cleaning up the cemetery. I've added several pictures for entries that had no picture, and added a few completely new entries.
Added by Gayle Ann Livecchia on Jul 11, 2012 6:51 PM
Burnt Almond Fudge
thelma cottam
thelma cottam is a duplicate of
the photo has been taken.
Added by Burnt Almond Fudge on Mar 07, 2011 5:58 PM
Hi Donna. Thanks for the updates for the Olivers. I wanted to ask..... most people with a small number of entries are related to the people they post. Are you related to the Olivers?

My husband is related distantly through his great-great-grandmother Julia Monnier, whose parents were Charles Monnier and Christine Rindisbacher. Christine was Madelena's older sister.

Best regards,
Added by emersunrose on Jul 14, 2010 4:20 PM
Caladonia Hogue
Hi Donna,

I saw your note and checked the headstones around Caladonia's and didn't find any "obvious" relations. In the same section to her right is a Clara E. Libby, 1866-1958, (maybe a sister?) and to her left are a couple with the last name Sadowski. I didn't come across any other Hogues in the vicinity. Sorry!

Added by David on May 12, 2010 7:22 PM
pam olver
RE: Sabre Elston
It is about 8 miles from where I live. It is also my husbands family cemetery.
Added by pam olver on Aug 19, 2009 7:32 AM
Jerri Conrad
RE: Sara Hoover
The words on the stone are what I posted in my message. Did you notice that? I had no other way to post them that I could see.
I have about 400 more photos to post from that cemetery (not even half of those there) once I get all the names on the photos.
That is all of the Hoover names we found although there is a long stretch of missing stones in that row.
The cemetery restoration society is working trying to lift out old stones that have sunk below ground. It was interesting to see their work.
Added by Jerri Conrad on Jul 10, 2009 7:40 AM
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