|Dan Mark||Add parents of Hiram Scriver Find A Grave Memorial# 23116273|
Gleaner Extracts 1890
..."06-01-1890 Hiram Scriver , son of the late Col. John Scriver, died at Northfield Minnesota."
St. Paul daily globe., June 02, 1890
"Hiram Scriver Dead.
Special to the Globe.
Northfield, Minn., June 1 Hon.
Hiram Scriver died this evening of
paralysis, aged sixty-five. For thirty five
years he has been a prominent merchant
of this city, and trustee of Carleton
Date of Birth: ??/??/1830 Date of Death: ??/??/1890
Birth Place: Hemmingford, Quebec
1852 Canada census:
Shows Hiram son of John and Lucretia (Manning) Scriver
These are Hiram Scriver's parents' graves to link to:
Find A Grave Memorial# 104139851
Col John Peter Scriver
Find A Grave Memorial# 104139656
Lucretia Manning Scriver
Added by Dan Mark on Jan 17, 2014 5:33 PM
|Judy Huffman||Elim Moravian Church|
Not sure if you contributed the location information on Elim, but in reading over the description of this cemetery, it is described as being located between Hector and Olivia. Actually, it is located between Hector and Bird Island. It might be easier for someone to locate it if the parameters are shortened up a bit. Just a thought...
|Ruth Odegard||Rasmus O.Ness|
Rasmus Olson Ness is interred in the Fort Ridgely and Dale Cemetery adjacent to the church . His two wifes are beside him, Brita Hillestad Ness wf1 and wf2 was Ingerid Hamrum Ness. Brita died in 1887 abd Ingerid died in 1924.
Rasmus Ness is my great grandfather. His daughter Karen Kristine Ness Odegard was my grandmother.
Ruth M.Odegard daughter of Peter Alfred Odegard
|Jerry Reiswig-82nd Airborne||RE: Ehlers/Ostroms|
Hi,well the connection is with the Ostrom side of the family and through my geneology it connected to the Ehlers/Ness families, and they weren't connected on findagrave or maintained properly so I ask for their transfers and added what I could..
My second cousin Ron Reiswig is married to Beverly Kensmoe and Bev's mother was an Ostrom..
Thanks for asking
|Kathy Brick||RE: Re: John James|
There were all buried unmarked in one section of the cemetery. There is one monument recognizing the area. I have photos that I could send you. I don't remember if I mentioned this but I asked John Dalby about this and he told me that 224 residents are buried there and I only found one marker..
|Kathy Brick||John James|
As you know, John is listed as a FRC resident. This means that John was at the Faribault State Hospital. Those residents were all buried in one section of the cemetery and their graves are unmarked. My understanding is that over 200 people are buried in this section -- all unmarked... I will leave the photo request as is for you to decide how you wish to proceed.
|MN Headstone Hunter||RE: Re: Hilmer Nelson|
Darn! It got so dark that I wasn't able to finish. I'll be sure to add that to my list and grab the pic for you!
|MN Headstone Hunter||Hillmer Nelson|
Any chance he may have been known as H. Donald Nelson - I did find a headstone reading this way in Hector... Sorry, no Stella though - I have to finish walking the back part of the cem. but I don't think they would be in the newer area. Will do that within the next couple months.
|Cole Hale Heymer||RE: Edmund Tesrow|
Thanks for transferring Edmund Tesrow, I will soon be posting photos and info of his brothers and parents and some of their family. It is an interesting time!
|Debbie (Turner) Stanley Hall||James Freeman|
Thank you the photo on James Freeman, but according to Dalbydata.com he was buried at Groveland cem with his parents Lois Tripp and Lyle Freeman. Maybe Oakland cem is right since you got a photo of the headstone, Would consider transferring the memorial. my number is 46989209, he is in my direct line on my family tree
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