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June Friesner Beason (#47184004)
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Bio Photo I live in Rapid City, SD and have been doing genealogy since 1979. I think Find A Grave is one of the best tools on the internet for genealogy. I am enjoying connecting my family.
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Messages left for June Friesner B... (21)[Leave Message]
RE: David Jamieson Photo
Hi June,
I think the photo for David was added by Nancy Archibald. She did take a wonderful, clear picture :).
Kindest regards,
Added by Deb on Aug 13, 2014 5:44 AM
Melissa England
Hi June we were in touch a long time ago when I first started working on family history! Hope we can reconnect
Added by Melissa England on Apr 19, 2014 8:05 PM
catherine stuart
Re: Herbert Friesner
Dear June,
I wonder if you could help me with a question, please? My dad, Darrell Friesner, had a father named Herbert Friesner who was from the midwest area of the U.S. I dont even know if he married my grandmother but he had two boys, Paul and my dad. My Uncle Paul did locate Herb Friesner and said he had died at the age of 66. My grandmother was born in 1900 so the ages would fit. I am curious if your Herbert Friesner could possibly be my grandfather? He is the spitting image of my dad at that age! Thank you for any assistance you could give me. Sincerely, catherine friesner stuart
Added by catherine stuart on Oct 11, 2013 2:02 PM
Mike Harlow
RE: James Cunningham
I am sorry about the delay in replying to your kind note. Both of my in-laws passed away in a weeks time, so things have been rather hectic around here.
I am glad that the photo of Mr Cunninghams stone meets with your approval. I can tell you, it was not the easiest cemetery to photograph. However, all the stones that remain at the cemetery have now been documented and photographed. It makes me feel good to think that I might have brought some measure of happiness to others with my camera.
Happy hunting,
Mike Harlow
Added by Mike Harlow on Sep 03, 2013 9:11 PM
Adrienne Adams
RE: Photos
You're welcome! There were several other Friesner graves near Ellen Friesner's, if you would like pictures of them:
Father Louis July 1, 1838-Jan 21,1915
Mother Mary Aug 14, 1840-Feb 18, 1925
(then Ellen's stone)
Charles 1861-1948 and Eva 1875-1959
(then the large Friesner stone)
John and Annie Soedt
Harriet 1857-1938 and William 1872-1950
Added by Adrienne Adams on Feb 12, 2013 10:52 AM
Southern Bapticostal 1975
Bertha Freisner Spillman
Thanks for the transfer, you have no idea
how much this means to me.
Added by Southern Bapticostal 1975 on Dec 04, 2012 1:09 PM
Southern Bapticostal 1975
Bertha Freisner Spillman
Requesting transfer for my great-grandmothers profile.
Added by Southern Bapticostal 1975 on Dec 03, 2012 10:24 AM
The info I have on my family was taken from our research papers from a variety of sources. The Tate's do not have a stone to transcribe, so they are not listed due to the year of death.
Added by Logan on Nov 16, 2012 4:55 PM
RE: Friesner pictures
You are welcome, sorry I had to chalk them to photograph them. I have copies of Barbara's without the chalk but they are unreadalbe except for her name. I can email them to you if you'd like. The row they are in has an extremely large tree that the roots have toppled over Andrew and Elizabeth's stone off the base and it appears that limbs may have broken Henry and Barbara's stones too.

Added by SC22 on Oct 01, 2012 4:53 PM
Janell Shumaker Keuler
RE: Noel Reshaw
This is the city cemetery, but they don't have records like that. I catalogued the cemetery a few years ago, because their records were very scarce.
Added by Janell Shumaker Keuler on Sep 22, 2012 4:36 PM
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