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Genhunter (#46887767)
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Bio Photo I love history, genealogy and cemetery hunting.
The tree in the photo is a Burr Oak called the Half-Way Tree that was paced off by Native American runners as the half way point between the Mississippi and Lake Michigan. My ancestor William Rice lived very near this tree and died in 1857.

In about 1861 some Native Americans spoke with a local farmer and told him to never cut down this tree because it marked the midpoint for their journey. So they never did.
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Jeanne
RE: Kakos?
You're welcome and I sure will. :)
Added by Jeanne on Oct 11, 2014 3:24 PM
Jeanne
Kakos?
Hi. I didnt get a chance to get to Greenwood yesterday. But I forgot to ask about Kakos.
Any possibility they are related?
Added by Jeanne on Oct 11, 2014 8:25 AM
Jeanne
RE: Possible Kika relations
I will go back and check the area where Kiika's was buried. Hopefully I get there tomorrow if it doesn't rain. Will let you know.
Added by Jeanne on Oct 09, 2014 5:04 AM
Jeanne
RE: Possible Kika relations
I'm glad it helped. I try to go there as often as I can. I live close to the cemetery. I will keep an extra watch out on any more. Those were the only Kiika's in that area, but I will keep an eye out for that name or anything similar.
Added by Jeanne on Oct 08, 2014 5:49 PM
Jeanne
Possible Kika relations
I seen your request Mary Oberg and Kika's in Greenwood Cemetery. Not sure if these ones are a related surname.

Joseph W. Kiikka
Find A Grave Memorial# 136156001

Mrs Susana L. Perry Kiikka
Find A Grave Memorial# 136156002

There is also
Mary Kakos
Find A Grave Memorial# 135978536
Added by Jeanne on Oct 07, 2014 5:14 AM
William McCord
Milton J Baker
I found this gruesome article about the death of this man. My grandfather also worked on the St Paul Pass tunnel when the Milwaukee Road built the west coast extension in 1909
Added by William McCord on Sep 16, 2014 4:40 PM
AlongTheWay
RE: Adler
FYI - the Merge requests have now been completed for Ernest & Henriette Adler. See end results on Memorial#'s 37324819 and 37324856
Added by AlongTheWay on Aug 26, 2014 1:48 PM
AlongTheWay
RE: Adler
I did not take over everyone from Cemetery Walker. More than happy to transfer to family, or others who know more about memorials I manage. Please let me know which ones.
Added by AlongTheWay on Aug 19, 2014 3:28 PM
Sandra Lennox
Mary Lucas edit
Hello:
You asked me to link my memorial of
Mary Lucas to her mother Paulina D. Leach.
Paulina is "Burial Unknnown." Sorry but
I will not link any of my memorials to
"Burial Unknown." I do not add "Burial Unknown"
memorials to this site, and I will not support
them.
Sandy
Added by Sandra Lennox on Jul 24, 2014 4:48 AM
Sandra Lennox
RE: Diman memorials
Please do not feel that you bothered me.
I appreciate volunteers like you that care.
If you ever have any questions or concerns
about my memorials please let me know.
Thank You,
Sandy
Added by Sandra Lennox on Jul 23, 2014 8:00 PM
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