|Niels Mathiasen (#47091338)|
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Niels C. Mathiasen Jr.|
Born November 25, 1963 (Omaha, Nebraska)
Father: Niels C. Mathiasen (Born December 7, 1911 Varde Denmark - Died November 12, 1975 Omaha Nebraska)
Mother: Donna Faye (Fastenau) Mathiasen (Born June 26, 1934 Bertrand Nebraska)
Marriage 1 Barbara Patricia Pate 1982 - 1983
Marriage 2 Linda Lee Heineman 1992 - 2004
Marriage 3 Deborah (Debbie) Ann McCormick 4-23-2005
Combined 6 Children: (Stecker children are from Debbies first marriage to Christopher Stecker)
Niels C. Mathiasen III,Wiliam Robert Stecker,Dillon Alexander Mathiasen,Ashley Nicholette Stecker,Haley Elizabeth Stecker,Sarah Ashley Mathiasen
US Army Veteran 1983 -1987 Active 1987-2000 Nebraska National Guard
I am a chef, enjoy geneaolgy (my fathers and maternal grandmothers Danish roots have been traced to 1680), I am a firm believer that family stories can be mistaken so try to find documentation for all of my genealogical data
I was a native Nebraskan and moved to Missouri in May of 2004.
Mother-in-Law Pat McCormick is extremely active in Polish genealogy and encouraged me to "find my roots"
Dad's journey began with only a christening record and now I have thousands of individuals in my records and have met distant relatives in many states, Canada, and of course Denmark!
I am greatful to the Danish government for posting centuries worth of old parish records - it makes the life of a genealogist so much easier!!
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|C.C.Diamond||ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest|
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one entombed there or no of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
|RL (Bob) Nielsen||North Branch cemetery|
Is the North Branch cemetery in Otoe County listed at...
the one associated with the First Lutheran Church (North Branch) on Hwy 50 in the northern end of the county?
I have downloaded all the pictures and transferred Catherine, Joseph and Robert to you. You can now go in and edit their bio.
On each persons site there is an option to "transfer ownership". Anyone can add a name to a cemetery but then that person is the only one who can add information, family history, etc.
By transferring ownership to you, you are now the only person who can edit the site. You are assigned a findagrave ##, you can see it on your profile page.
That is the # you would use to transfer to someone else. Hope that explains it.
|Gramma Kathy||Curtin and Irma Relph|
I have just downloaded their pictures. Alongside their stone was one for Robert J. Relph 1953-1970 and near there were two more, Catherine Relph 1876-1951 and Joseph C. Relph 1876-1971.
I plan to add them to Greenwood Cemetery and would like to transfer ownership to you if they are your relatives. Please let me know.
|Heather R. (Schmid) Satchel||Hillhouse Photos|
Thank you for your help. So far from the Mt. Zion Cemetery I have photos of Cora F. Hillhouse, Elijah Boyd Hillhouse, Jr., Elijah Boyd Hillhouse Sr., Emery and Etta Hillhouse, Fred R. Hillhouse, Freda Hillhouse, George Andrew Hillhouse, Hal Knox Hillhouse, James Dobbins Hillhouse, John Logan Hillhouse, John Logan Hillhouse and Julia Sutton, Levi Gibson Hillhouse, Malinda Burrel Morris Hillhouse, Merritt Andrew Hillhouse, Ones E. Hillhouse, Rev. Christopher Columbus Hillhouse, Robert Clinton Hillhouse, Snoden Hillhouse, and the one you recently added for me of Lucy E. Hillhouse. I'm not sure of the Garrison's connection yet, but it may be there. I'm new to all this geneology stuff, but have been definitely been bitten by the bug, and it is becoming addicting, I think! HA Thank you so much for your help...I'm going to have to check out the Garrison connection.
Heather R Satchel
|Heather R. (Schmid) Satchel||HILLHOUSE PHOTO|
Thank you so much for the photo of Lucy E Hillhouse's headstone. I appreciate you taking the time to do this for me.
Heather R Satchel
|Charlene Birt Raddon||Photos|
Thanks so much for the photos of Mollie and Milford Woolsey's stone. Great appreciate it.