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love this site so helpful for family research. if you see names of your family that i have current "charge" over please let me know would be happy to transfer them over to your care. |
if you see any errors please let me know as well. try to be as accurate as possible
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|Cathy Lawson||MICHAEL 'MICKAL' LAGGE|
SORRY I MISSPELLED HIS RUSSIAN NAME WHEN I LAST WROTE YOU...IT SHOULD BE 'MICKAL' NOT MIKAL...OR MAYBE I DID GIVE YOU THE CORRECT SPELLING...SORRY TO BE SO DITZY...KINDA HOT ALREADY.
|Cathy Lawson||RE: Pictures Micahel Lagge & Elizabeth D Mauch Lagge|
Michale Lagge #39959314 created by Scott Bolliger 27 JUl 2009...Elizabeth (D Mauch) Lagge #39959298 created by Scott Bolliger 27 Jul 2009...Thank you...this would mean a lot to their granddaughter: Doris Helen Lagge Norman.
Have a great summer.
|SD researcher||Nickolaus Klein|
Please add to his memorial:
Name is spelled Nickolaus. Born July 23, 1860, Vilsbourg, Alsace lorraine, France to Andrea and Mary Klein. Immigrated to US in 1880. On Oct. 24, 1899, married Maude Sufficool, born 1880 near Verdigre, Nebr. to Erastus and Lucinda (Hathaway) Sufficool.
Sons: Dewey, 1900; Andrew 1906; Fred, Raymond ( 1918-1920) and Edwin.
Information from the book by Adeline Gnirk, "Saga of Sully Flats".
|Darlene Tjaden||Rosina Gramm Klein #41380447|
Would you please transfer Rosina Klein #41380447 to me , as she is my husbands Aunt. Thank you. Mrs. Darlene Tjaden
|Emily Russo||Annie Oniece Klein|
I would like to take over my grandmother's memorial. I already have one for her on here, but would like to manage anything regarding my grandparents. She is buried in Herrick, SD
|Bonnie B.||Alice Sayer, Newark, NJ|
I confirmed with the cemetery office that there was no marker for Alice Sayer. I have posted the photo of the family lot where she is buried. I had transposed the number of the lot originally. I rechecked the info in the office, found my mistake, and was very disappointed to find that there was then no marker on the other lot. I confirmed that there was no stone indicated on the records. Rats!
Best we can do. Bonnie
Just an FYI, while reading your bio I noticed a typo and just thought I'd bring it to your attention // I know I appreciate it when people bring mine to my attention :-) // here is where the typo is in the bio for Paul Burmeister //
"spedning his winters in the southern US. In the late 1950s Paul and Hannah moved permanently to FL" instead of "spending"
|Cathy Lawson||Pictures Micahel Lagge & Elizabeth D Mauch Lagge|
THANK YOU FOR POSTING MY PICTURES AND MAKING A WONDERFUL MEMORIAL...WOULD THERE BE HEADSTONES FOR MICHAEL & ELIZABETH?
DO YOU THINK YOU COULD PUT A NOTE ON THE PICTURES AS TO WHO GAVE THEM TO ME TO POST PLEASE?
THE ONE OF MICHAEL & ELIZABETH IS IN THE POSSESSION OF THEIR GREAT-GRANDDAUGHTER JEAN LYDIA LAWSON MURPHY.
THE FAMILY PORTRAIT ORIGINAL IS IN THE POSSESSION OF GRANDDAUGHTER DORIS HELEN LAGGE NORMAN...
I WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE SEEING THEM GET CREDIT FOR HAVING THESE WONDERFUL PICTURES FOR ALL OF US TO ENJOY!
|Bonnie B.||Alice Sayer, Newark, NJ|
The problem is pretty much as I stated. There is a stone in this area which has toppled over, so I cannot tell if it is Alice's stone or not. I am not certain there even is a stone for her which the cemetery office would be able to tell you. There are a surprising number of graves in this cemetery without headstones. So, if you could check with the cemetery to see if there is a stone, that would be a good starting place. (Trying to get them to upright it might be a task, in and of itself.) I am happy to take a photo of the area/plot with the toppled stone, but as I said, there is no certainty that it is her marker. So, the options I see are: photo of toppled stone in the plot or a note that I tried to search for the grave but was unable to identify it. Best, BonnieB
|Sandy King||RE: Harold & Annette King|
Thanks! I've got a lot to add to their memorials.
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