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Sharon (#47160165)
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Bio Photo I began my journey into family history as a child listening to my grandmother keeping the family updated on births, deaths, marriages. Over the past 15 years I have been working on a very expanded ancestral tree. It has been an interesting journey. I am now giving back information to the next generation of researchers.

I appreciate all those who contribute to Find-A-Grave as it is and continues to be an important tool.

My ancestry go back to 1620 in New England and 1669 in New France. I am very pleased to become aware of the contributions to the development of North America by so many family members.
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RE: Nathaniel & Elizabeth (Crane) Jewell
Hi Sharon, I am also related to Nathaniel as cousin, we share the same grt grt grandparents in lineage. I live in Illinois near both Wisconsin and Iowa. Sons of Nathaniel and Elizabeth are very near to me such as Almond Jewell in Walworth, Wisconsin, Reuben Jewell of Illinois and David Jewell of Iowa. Almond came to Wisconsin with my grt grt grt grandparents Ebenezer Maynard and Phebe Jewell. I also have tried for years to find some kind of paper trail for Elizabeth Crane Jewell and have found nothing. The reason I listed Nathaniel at the cemetery is because a document states he is buried there. I agree with you Elizabeth would be with him, but I was worried about adding without any documentation. Please let me know if you find anything for her. I will do the same. I have a tree on Ancestry at private if you needed anything on the Jewell family that I could help with. Thanks, Debbie
Added by Debbie on Jan 01, 2016 5:11 PM
Iris Larson
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Thanks very much for the recent edits. I am sorry I created so much extra work for you but it is nice to see the family links. I have only one more that I missed previously. Thanks again!
Added by Iris Larson on May 02, 2015 10:58 AM
RE: Edward Russell Hukill
I added more pictures of this family that we're on find A Grave.
Added by MICHAEL WAYNE HUTCHISON A... on Aug 12, 2014 7:38 AM
Cyndi Berg Jearman
Hi! I don't remember seeing anything about A Finstad. If you have any info, I would be pleased to learn. I have an Axel Andreas (Andy) Finstad brother of my great grandmother Christine Finstad Williams. Sincerely, Cyndi
Added by Cyndi Berg Jearman on Aug 10, 2014 8:56 AM
B. C. B. : : = )
RE: Edward J. Trott

Thank You for he info.
I have passed the info update to the

Added by B. C. B. : : = ) on Jul 31, 2014 12:19 AM
B. C. B. : : = )
RE: Gladstone Trott

Do you happen to know what the J. was for in
Edward J. Trott's name? If so you should send
an edit on his memorial.

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Added by B. C. B. : : = ) on Jul 30, 2014 1:48 AM
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RE: Gladstone Trott
I found the marker today. It took a while.
It like a lot of others in Angus are discolored.
They half a orange tink on them. It must be
from an iron content in the stones they use.
Luckily no damage was done to the cemetery a few
weeks age when the tonado touched down in Angus,
just an half mile away.
Added by B. C. B. : : = ) on Jul 25, 2014 10:51 PM
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RE: Gladstone Trott

The marker does exsist, I found it on another site
It is a tall round marker, With an Eliza Rands,
Francis, and Mary Ann.
Added by B. C. B. : : = ) on Jul 25, 2014 9:46 AM
B. C. B. : : = )
I was at Angus Union this morning. I found some
Trott markers, but not one for Gladstone. Could it be under another name? If so, remove your
request, and add a new one with the other name
mentioned in the note.
Added by B. C. B. : : = ) on Jul 24, 2014 12:30 PM
Cyndi Berg Jearman
Thank you for the leads about K Knudtson
Hi Sharin. Thank you so much for those sources. That Maryfield area cemetary link is great. I did a few ties on the Saskatchewan link, but no hits yet. Not sure how he spelled Kaalbjorn, Kolbjorn, So that might trip me up a bit more. I may also have found the wife of the missing Carl Johan Peterson Frodahl, 1863-1918, that went to Canada and passed in 1918. His sister Martha Finstad is a gr gr grandmother to me. NWe thought he may be the Peter Finstad in Skudeness. Still looking into that one too.
Added by Cyndi Berg Jearman on Dec 10, 2013 9:24 AM
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