|Tom Mauer (#47099437)|
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I am an amateur Civil War historian.I live in SE Minnesota and I have walked thru aprox 750 cemeteries in Southern Minnesota , Western Wisconsin and Northern Iowa looking for Civil War Veteran burial sites. As of Oct 2013 I have personally located, identified and visited aprx 6700 Union Civil War Veterans burial sites.|
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|Michelle Bakke-Purnell||Oakhill cemetery|
Hi Tom thanks for the transfers and I see that the other Mulholland ones are under Jill so I will send a request to her also. Thanks for all you did in putting these on and taking pictures.
Thanks so much for the photos. I appreciate the time and effort. It's very much appreciated!
TOM, Thank you so much for all your great work.
|Laura Smith||Royal Smith|
Thank you for taking the time to add additional information for Mr. Smith. I appreciate your help!
|Laura Hawkins||Lawler Family Plot|
Thank you sooo much for the photo's. This little family doesn't have many descendants. At this point I can only find one of the five children married and died very young. I am hoping I can honor them and not let them fade into history.
|Chandra Garrow||Arthur Simpson|
I was wondering if you could transfer Arthur Simpson's memorial over to me as he was my 3rd great grandfather.
Thank you so much for the Amazing Photos.
Thank you for the really speedy transfer of the Verkins memorials in Woodlawn. I am a direct descendant, they are my 2, 3, and 4th great grandparents.
|David Allen Lambert||Culver Hibbard - bio (please add)|
NORTHFIELD, MN. PIONEER FAMIILY Hibbard. Culver J. Hibbard, French Canadian, Montreal, Canada, migrated to Vermont, married Louisa Ann Munger. Four children: William E., Fred C., Doxas J., and Carrie F. The Hibbards, with their first child, came to Minnesota in 1855 in an oxen drawn covered wagon with a caravan of Vermont pioneers. Mr. Hibbard wore a money belt of $1,000 in gold, earned at $21 a month. He took a farm near Waterford , later hauled lumber from Hastings for the buildings on the "Maple Arch Farm." William Hibbard married Frances Bushnell, children: Ella Louise, Carl D., and Lauren B. Ella Louise Hibbard married George H. Scofield; children: Dorothy Bell and William Arthur. William Arthur Scofield has sons John and James. An early industry was the Davis & Hibbard Livery, "a fine two story brick building with forty stalls."
|ckksbroom||Hans family headstones|
Thank you so much for photographing all the Hans family markers for us. The photos will help answer a lot of questions we had. You efforts are greatly appreciated. Keep up the good work!
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