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Darlene (#47123806)
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I do enjoy helping others as I have been helped. I have been researching my family for a very long time. Names researching are Torgerson, Frette, Fritz, Josefson(Josephson)Grega, Chervenak,Cervenak, Dvorak,Soltis,Julin,Volden.
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S Durby
RE: Ole Fritz
You are welcome. While there I took a photo of a grave stone for "Mother Nettie Fritz Johnson 1884-1919". Please let me know if a memorial page for her exists or can be setup. Thank you, Sandy
Added by S Durby on Jul 16, 2014 6:03 AM
Ann Netland
Olena Mossefin
Thank you so much for adding the photo for Olena Mossefin! Great work in this cold weather!

Ann
Added by Ann Netland on Jan 02, 2014 8:49 AM
Bill Bennett
Nellie Nelson
Thank You very much for the gravestone photo.

Bill
Added by Bill Bennett on Jan 02, 2014 5:54 AM
Sable60
Thanks Darlene
For the photo of my Aunts (Lillian C Judovsky Nowacki)Headstone...Patty
Added by Sable60 on Jan 02, 2014 2:08 AM
Duane Kleven
Orvin Hendrickson
Orvin and my Grand Father Mendford Hendrickson were first cousins. Mary and I get together for lunch quite frequently.
Added by Duane Kleven on Nov 07, 2013 9:48 PM
Duane Kleven
Orvin Hendrickson
Thanks for the photo.
--duane
Added by Duane Kleven on Nov 07, 2013 8:07 AM
Sarah
Ray
Dear Darlene,
Thank you so very much for the wonderful photo of Ray's grave. A blessing for the family to have and see. I appreciate your time and effort.
All the best,
Sarah
Added by Sarah on Nov 06, 2013 12:37 PM
campion
Thank you,
Darlene, thank you so much for taking time to take this picture. It's as close as I will get to a visual remembrance of my great, great grandmother. Thank you.
Added by campion on Nov 04, 2013 9:39 PM
ladymayflower
Helmar Cemetery
Hello! Wanted to respond about your great aunt and what interesting gravestones are to be seen at Helmar Cemetery. Lots of surnames ending in "son" with older stones inscripted in German and Swedish. There must've been a settlement of these immigrants in this area (Newark, Illinois- just south of Yorkville). I noticed that Lisbon Rd becomes Helmar Rd, and at the corner is the Helmar Lutheran Church; about 1/2 mile from this Church (on Helmar Rd) is the cemetery. My best guess is that there's a connection between this lovely Church and (very well kept) Cemetery; it's worth contacting the Church to inquire about the Cemetery sextant, who'd have the map. http://helmarlutheranchurch.com/in/ (check out the link to the map, bottom right corner, and you'll see the Church in relation to the cemetery). There are recent burials (within the year), so there must be a map/census of the plots. The photograph I posted was my best guess. I will return if you can get more details and if it helps you. My best, Laurie
Added by ladymayflower on Oct 04, 2013 5:09 PM
Sarah
RE: Schantzen
Hi Darlene, Anna has such a large stone, you'd think his would be similar if it was there, so maybe he doesn't have one. He did definitely die in Marshall County (per records), and I believe in Argyle. I could request a death cert. and it would probably tell us. Thanks a lot for looking.
Sarah
Added by Sarah on Sep 07, 2012 12:01 PM
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