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Karen (#46934582)
 member for 8 years, 9 months, 27 days
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My name is Karen, I am researching my family and so many people have help me out greatly, so any graves I come across I will enter on Find a Grave and hopefully it will help someone else.
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 • 62 Memorials Added
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T DeGolier
Hi Karen, sorry this is my third message, I hope you will eventually check this site. I think Inga Bergum Hamer was my mother's mother's sister, so my mom and your dad I believe were first cousins, so you and I would be second cousins. Anyhow, I hope to hear from you. Tonja DeGolier tdegolier@gmail.vom
Added by T DeGolier on Sep 19, 2015 4:02 PM
T DeGolier
Hi Karen, I meant to say my mom's half sister was Marlene Perry, if you happen to know any relatives and birth/death dates further back than ole h Bergum and Marit Olse, that would be very helpful, thanks!
Added by T DeGolier on Sep 19, 2015 3:46 PM
T DeGolier
Hi Karen, I think I may be related to you, my mom's birth mother was Olive Mamie Bergum Gallagher. Her great grandparents were Ole and Mary( Johnson) Bergum. She has two deceased half siblings Albert and Maureen, and one living sister, Mary (Gallagher) Hensley. I don't know much about the family history, so any information would be great. Tonja DeGolier
Added by T DeGolier on Oct 15, 2014 5:56 PM
Mike S
James Lennon
You're welcome! You can find the scanned newspaper page for the obituary on the Old Fulton Postcards website. And perhaps other references.
Added by Mike S on Feb 27, 2013 3:54 PM
Granville Allison
Dear Karen,

I found your memorial to Granville and his wife Ellen.

Please contact me as I would like to some how connect him to his brother's (William "Henry" Allison) memorial in Hopewell Cemetery, Lagro, Wabash co, Indiana.


Added by CB on Dec 17, 2011 8:12 PM
RE: Ok, I'm trying to link the family...
Hi, Karen. I called mom and asked her to get some photos together for you. We'll probably make an online album so you can have more of what we have. Nice to hear from you... I haven't been doing much genealogy for the last year and a half... I miss it!

Love, Charly
Added by MooreBranchesFamily on Feb 23, 2010 2:11 PM
Ok, I'm trying to link the family...
can you help? I could only add parents and spouses to Dick's memorial.

Could you go into Uncle Wayne's memorial and add Grandma and Grandpa... and your mom?

Then that family group should all show up together.

I'll try to get the relationships for the other Hamers from Mom... But I didn't see uncle Charlie.

You'll also need to add the others (like grandma and grandpa's parents) since you're the creator... Sure is nice to be able to link them together and see the families!!!

Charly Moore
Added by MooreBranchesFamily on Feb 13, 2010 8:20 AM
Hi, Karen...
Silly me... I just assumed the "Karen" with the local Bellingham Hamer Listings was a Local person... Ha ha...

I forgot you were managing these... I just made a cremation announcement for your uncle Dick, and linked the Hamers the program would let me link.

Have you done the research on the other Hamers at Greenacres Cemetery?

I can get mom to help me get them connected. She has quite a bit of genealogy from Grandma... I'll try to get it together for you and Cathleen.

Cousin Charly
aka MooreBranchesFamily
Added by MooreBranchesFamily on Feb 13, 2010 8:01 AM
Allison William and Inga HamerH
Hi, Karen

This is Inga's husband:
Find A Grave Memorial# 22565073 (Allison William "Al" Hamer)

Would you please link them?

They are my stepfather's parents.
If you wish, I'd be happy to have all the Hamers at Greenacres transfered to me.

I can have my mother help get them connected for our genealogy.

Added by MooreBranchesFamily on Feb 13, 2010 7:09 AM
Karen, I found the Osborns. They were all next to each other. The block and lot was extremely helpful. It only took about five minutes. The main monument only has the name on it.
Added by Jo on Oct 05, 2009 7:35 PM
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