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Jeane Hanson (#47173381)
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Kandy Back Agee, Pam Fitch
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Cheryl Miller
photos of Hanson family members
Hi Jeane:

I came across your name here on www.findagrave.com. You do not know me, but I am related to your husband, Bradley, via two family connections: The Wintrones and the Hasalhaugens AKA Larsons.

I am so sorry to hear of Bradley's passing.

The family connection between the Wintrones and Hasselhaugens is quite interesting and too much for an introductory note here.

If you have any photos of your husband's side of the family to share with me, I would love that!

I have posted many photos of my lineage on www.findagrave.com.

I hope you had a very wonderful Christmas and a Great New Year's today!

Cheryl Miller
Bend, OR

Added by Cheryl Miller on Dec 31, 2014 2:00 AM
Mary(Coggin)Russell
RE: Edward Fletcher
I will look and see if I have anything on David and I bought a huge scrapbook on ebay which is from Wisconsin. I have a feeling most people thought it was just a average book and he had a big price on it. I was surprised when I saw it and it had the burials too. Most obits don't have that. It really is a gold mine for someone who lives in Waupaca, Wis. I love it even though I am not from there. It will take forever to go thru it. i plan to make sure all the info from the burials are put on findagrave. My sister is so jealous of it.
Added by Mary(Coggin)Russell on Jun 10, 2013 8:13 PM
Mary(Coggin)Russell
Edward Fletcher
I thought you might be interested in some information on this person. I have a old Newspaper article of his obituary and he was married to Harriet M. Lytle Oct. 6, 1862. They were married in Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence county, New York. They had 3 children who all died in infancy and she died Oct. 15th, 1901 and he then married Charlotte Larson of Waupaca Dec. 16th 1905. She had a adopted daughter.
Added by Mary(Coggin)Russell on Jun 09, 2013 2:23 PM
Cheryl Miller
Hassalhaugen family
Hi: My name is Cheryl Miller and am a descendant of Christian (Hasalhougen) Larson. I have been researching the Hasalhougen siblings and their descendants and I believe Bradley Hanson was a double descendant of this family: Ronnaug Hasalhaugen who married Knute Syverude and then again via the Wintrone side Tron Wintrone and Gunhild Hasalhaugen.

Christian Larson was my gg grandfather and I have a photo of him on my find a grave memorial.

I would love to learn more of the Hasalhaugens and our families.

Sincerely,

Cheryl Miller
Added by Cheryl Miller on Jan 08, 2013 10:35 PM
Kandy Back Agee
Eva Turner
Hi Jeanne,
I posted this from a series of headstone transcriptions from the Breathitt county historical society. I have no further info on her or anything additional to confirm her burial site. Sorry
Added by Kandy Back Agee on Oct 22, 2012 2:04 PM
Faye Cornett
Bertha Turner's Head Stone

Jeane,thank you so much for this headstone.I really appreciate you for getting this.Thanks,Faye
Added by Faye Cornett on Oct 15, 2012 2:44 PM
Faye Cornett
Loudemia Gilbert 's Head Stone

Jeane,thank you so much for the headstone.I really appreciate it.Faye
Added by Faye Cornett on Oct 15, 2012 1:05 PM
Malcolm Paine
Lila Hanson
Lila Hanson #66643824 has been transfered.
Added by Malcolm Paine on Sep 07, 2012 5:43 PM
Richard Schultheiss
RE: Gibbs family
I was hoping to do some more grave searching down there too, but I was waiting for it to cool down some.

I seen on your profile that you have alot of memorials for Boone's children. Would you be interested in linking them up to the tree I'm working on here for the Gibbs. You can just make a honorary memorial for Boone so you can connect them all. It would be great to see his branch, and yours, connected to the rest of the family
Added by Richard Schultheiss on Aug 29, 2012 8:45 PM
Richard Schultheiss
RE: Gibbs family
My line goes through Boone's half-sister, Lydia Margaret. Has anyone every found out where Boone ended up?
Added by Richard Schultheiss on Aug 29, 2012 7:42 PM
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