|Barbara DeZuani (#46927730)|
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I am a Le Sueur county historian and love to help people find their families information (obits, cemeteries, and general information. I am tring to put information together for a book on the town of Kasota and would appreciate pictures and information on the township and town of Kasota.|
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Thanks so much for your response before the snow flies!
From a little bit of the Rodell Family in Wisconsin...diane
|Richard Jacobsen||RE: wolle family in Zion Lutrheran church|
I believe that I created five memorials in the Lewisville cemetery. If you have a connection to the Wolles, perhaps you would like to have me transfer them to you. Please let me know.
|Nicholas W||RE: wolle family in Zion Lutrheran church|
Well that wasn't necessary!
|Richard Jacobsen||Wolle Family -- Lewisville|
I have added various memorials for "Wolle" in three cemeteries in Lewisville (Zions Lutheran, Trinity Feldon Lutheran, and Antrim Cemetery). You had made memorials for this family, and also had photo requests for them. If you would care to have me transfer these memorials to you, please let me know.
|JDSieger||RE: Dehler-Roeder stone|
Good evening. I do not recall that there was a marker for her sister. And I saw that relationship when I looked at the information for Lidvina. The next time I go to the cemetery, I will stop there and look closer for such a marker.
Added by JDSieger on Apr 07, 2013 8:42 PM
|Nancy Lang||Sarah Elizabeth Fuller Hugunin|
Thank you for adding the photo of my great-greatgrandmother's grave Find A Grave Memorial# 84775458. My grandmother, Pearl Hugunin MacHenry wrote a 1930 Travel Journal which included a visit to her home area around Mankato, Judson, Kasota and, a visit to the Kasota Hill Cemetery. in her journal she writes of their visit "Then to cemetery where my bro. Van and all Hugunins are buried." It's always so nice to see pictures when possible. Hopefully we'll get there for a visit; meanwhile, thanks for your work.
|Joanne Eichelberger||Salisbury National Cemetery|
I have posted a photo of the monument that is in memory of the 11700 Union soldiers buried in the 18 trench mass grave. The other photo shows a line of stones that are marked unknown soldier. The field just behind the stones is the location of these trenches.
|svandee||RE: Louisa Wood McClead|
Thanks Barbara a volunteer told me she was buried there and i have this..any suggestions ?
*Minnesota, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1990
name: Louisa Mcclead
burial place: Kasota, Minn
death date: 03 May 1906
death place: Mankato, Blue Earth, Minnesota
birth date: 09 May 1818
birthplace: New York
marital status: Widowed
Added by svandee on Jun 01, 2012 10:03 AM
Thank you so much for taking a photo of my grandmothers grave. I have been there numerous times (my mother is buried next to her), but for some reason, never took a photo of her grave. With you assistance, I was able to complete her page on findagrave.com.
Thanks again, John Curry
Added by JMC on May 04, 2012 12:07 AM
|Richard Boutwell||RE: BOUTWELL's in Kasota Hill|
Thank you so much for all of your effort..Much appreciated. The newly discovered stones are of unknown individuals to me....will take some digging to figure out who they were for.
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