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Tim Winker (#46865054)
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Winker, Feuerstein, Baus, Calhoun, Lux, Goerger, Borgmann, Richter.
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Shelly
RE: 15918796 Johannes Feuerstein
Actually ... a few years ago my best friend asked me to help her with her genealogy and I've been plugging away at it ever since. Not much of a relation to Apollonia:

Apollonia is the 2nd great-grandmother of wife of brother-in-law of great-aunt


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RE: 15918796 Johannes Feuerstein
Yes, you may use the photo.

I was unable to locate Apollonia's grave marker, though it was supposed to be in the same cemetery. I see that someone else did locate it and posted photos.

How are you related?
Added by Shelly on Jun 01, 2016 4:46 AM
Shelly
15918796 Johannes Feuerstein
Hi Tim. Thank you for posting a photo and maintaining the memorial for Johannes. I'm wondering if you would allow me to use your photo on my Ancestry.com file for Johannes. I have no interest other than for genealogical purposes and in the description of the photo I give credit to the photographer.

Thanks for your consideration.

Shelly
Added by Shelly on Apr 28, 2016 10:23 AM
K Mac
Catherine Feuerstein
Not sure the cemetery she is in , as I talked with the Priest and De Smet and St. Thomas Catholic Cemetery run together with no fence line. I was not aware that there were two cemeteries there.
Sorry.
Kathy
Added by K Mac on Jul 15, 2014 3:57 PM
K Mac
Catherine Feuerstein
Tim, Take a look at this memorial. I think there is some confusion. It is a small child who died according to the grave marker.
THe grave marker is in DeSmet Cemetery as I was there last July.
Thanks, Kathy
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Added by K Mac on Jul 15, 2014 1:55 PM
Carylon Osborn Viuhkola
Wilminko
Tim,
Thank you so much for being a volunteer for find a grave. It means so much to family members who live so far away to be able to have pictures of their loved ones tombstone. Thank you for taking pictures of all the Wilminko tombstones in Floodwood.
Respectfully
Carylon
Added by Carylon Osborn Viuhkola on Aug 01, 2012 9:05 PM
Carylon Osborn Viuhkola
Wilminko
Tim,
Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to locate and photograph all my Wilminko family tombstones. Did you happen to find my Grandfather Mike Wilminko - Johanna's husband there?
Thank you
Carylon
Added by Carylon Osborn Viuhkola on Jul 15, 2012 2:53 PM
Kelly Huntoon Sargent
RE: Kenneth Huntoon
Thanks for the picture. It is funny how names, cities, etc bring you together in a full circle. In my research of the Huntoon name, I have now found four separate incidents where a Huntoon married a Sargent! Your friend Randy is a distant (very) relative. Most everyone I connect with I can trace back to 7 or 8th cousins. I will keep his contact and give him a shot out when finishing my research. Thanks again!
Added by Kelly Huntoon Sargent on Jun 10, 2012 1:06 PM
 

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