Thank you for the quick reply.
My mother has many questions. She was very close to Edwin. She would like to know who your parents were and where you live. This might be something you don't want on the Web site so you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. She also would love to talk to you.
Added by JCD on Oct 19, 2015 11:02 AM
|Cindy Englan Wentz||RE: Dorothy Moe Iverson|
LOL, sorry, Dorothy was your what to Uncle Loren? She and my mom were raised together as sisters and even tho she was my mom's first cousin, we grew up calling her Aunt Dorothy. Yes, she was wonderful, and sweet and funny. I've been talking to her oldest (Linda) to reconnect and fill in gaps in the family tree, and I'm expecting a call from one of her many middle children (Roger). Did you know Misi (Nanette) was an adopted grandchild? News to me. Anyway, thanks for updating her obit! If you'd like to talk more, message me privately at SpiritTwo@gmail.com.
My mother was having me do a search for Magnus to find where he was buried in France because her grandmother said he died in France. She was shocked to find out he was buried in the church yard they all attended when she was a child.
Her name is Iris Iverson, her father is Carl Johan Iverson but, you don't have him listed as a sibling?
She would like to know a little about you and where you fit in the family tree.
Added by JCD on Oct 18, 2015 1:41 PM
|Betty Sheely||Salon Crum|
PS I apologize for not mentoning in my last email that my Grandfather Edward Walter Siebrecht, Sr. (married to Anna E Wold) was a brother of Clare(a) Julie Siebrecht who was married to Salon Crum who it appears from your name to be a relative of yours. And I if you wish to we could share some Siebrecht family history.
|Betty Sheely||The Wold Family|
At the following Ancestry.com link, South Dakota records the November 18, 1911 (Brookings, S Dakota) marriage of Anna E. Wold to my Grandfather Edward W. Siebrecht (1892-1941). I have been unable to locate any information about Anna E. Wold and would greatly appreciate any help you are able to offer. Thank you for your consideration of my request.
|Debbie||RE: Ole & Sissel Wold|
Certainly! I just transferred them over to you. There was something that called my attention to their names on the headstone. I felt compelled to research them... and found quite a bit of info that someone else had already compiled on the internet. ;-)
Ole & Sissel Wold
Hello! I apologize for not responding sooner! Thank you so much for adding a photo of my gr-grandparents' headstone! You are so kind and it's so much appreciated. If you don't mind, I would love to have you transfer ownership to me. I thank you so much!
Added by crumbixkirk on Nov 14, 2012 9:08 PM
Added by Debbie on Nov 14, 2012 9:52 PM
here is the link
It is a large file.
Added by kateb on Jun 02, 2011 11:50 AM
From the book Polk County in the World War - 1922. Your local library might have it or you can download a pdf from the Library of Congress - free. I have his photo and will add that too.
Added by kateb on Jun 02, 2011 5:33 AM
|Christy Gormsen Lunceford||info on Mathias Hanson|
I would love any information that you have. My email is email@example.com
thanks so much!
|Christy Gormsen Lunceford||Mathias and Olane|
Do you know if Mathias Narum buried in Climax is related to Martin? Both are Polk County.
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