|Dulci Zemanek (#47118395)|
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A Montana native who is absolutly ADDICTED to genealogy!|
Major lines I'm researching:
Feel free to drop me a line if our families cross, I love to share info any time I can.
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|Shirley||RE: Eliza Burns|
You are very welcome. Love bringing people together.
Added by Shirley on Apr 04, 2016 4:30 AM
Virginia's husband Adolph Bader is buried in Oakland Cemetery, St Paul, MN. His Find A Grave memorial #52964807
I thought you may want to link Virginia and Adolph in Virginia's memorial?
Added by Bitsybee on Nov 30, 2015 4:12 PM
|Anita K||Edward W Kieres|
Transferred per your request. Glad to have been able to help; he's resting with my g-g-grandfather. :) Best regards, Anita
Added by Anita K on Jan 14, 2014 11:56 AM
|sheila wiseman||RE: Nelson & Mattie Laswell|
|Cathy Martin||Cinderella Butt Smith|
If you are tracing the Smith line, that is my family too. I have been in Courtney-Mann Cemetery many times. It is locked now, but family can call Lafarge and they will unlock it for a day when you want to go in. As I remember though, I think Cinderella's stone is no longer there (this cemetery was vandalized many times over the years, and mining under the hills caused collapsing of some of them). But, if you like, I am going to try to get up there before winter sets in, and I can look again to see if I am wrong about her stone. She is indeed buried there though, as there is one family member alive who remembers that for sure.
|GenesNut||RE: Zemanek Family|
Hi, Not sure if you've been one of my Zemanek family Ancestry.Com contacts or not.
Am curious as to whom you're related in that family line.
Added by GenesNut on Jun 20, 2012 1:19 PM
|PSchreck||John Zemanek photo request|
I uploaded the requested photo last week. Thought you'd like to know.
Added by PSchreck on Aug 12, 2011 3:58 PM
|cmarek||RE: Ella Fargo-Yankton City Cemetery|
I finally got around to uploading the extra Fargo gravesite photos I took at Yankton City Cemetery. I added a photo to S.D. Fargo's memorial, taken at a different time of day from the picture already there. If you click on the photo, then click again on the image, you should be able to read the dates. If not, let me know and I'll transcribe them from the original.
I also created memorials for James & Louise Fargo and Stanley Fargo, added pictures, and transferred management to you. Hope they help your research!
Added by cmarek on Jul 09, 2011 3:57 PM
|cmarek||Ella Fargo-Yankton City Cemetery|
I was in Yankton for the day yesterday and decided to take some findagrave photos while I was there. You requested a photo for Ella Fargo in Block 18 at Yankton City Cemetery. I found several Fargo monuments in Block 18, but none of them had Ella's name.
Is it possible her grave is unmarked? I took some site photos that I'd be happy to post if you like. Let me know.
Added by cmarek on Jun 12, 2011 8:08 AM
|Nancy Meadows||RE: Lewis Haggard|
I hope I'm right about that being his stone. As I said in the caption, I could only make out bits and pieces, but enough to make me think it is his. I looked through my whole file of that cemetery but couldn't find a photo that shows exactly where its' placement is. I know the three Haggard stones, already on findagrave, were next to each other in a row, then came some Woods graves.
I live about an hour away, but the next time I'm up that way, I can get better photos if you want. I posted another picture of the cemetery itself. The Haggard stones are down the slope on the right of the picture. Not much help, I'm afraid!
Let me know if I can help.
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