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Connie (#47199988)
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Bio Photo I'm heavily involved in family search in my adopted home state of Minnesota. Mapping cemeteries and assisting others in their quest to find their family members is a joy for me. My ancestors have become very real people to me since I've been doing research. They shouldn't be forgotten.

NOTE: During the winter, I don't walk the cemeteries in my area to take photos because of snow and cold. I'll gladly do it from April to mid-November.

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First Lutheran Churchyard Cemetery
You have a picture posted of the First Lutheran Churchyard in Hinckley where there are 11 graves from the past. I assume none of them have a marker or headstone. I was going to add GPS coordinates so the cemetery would have a map to go with it. But then I was not sure I had the right building and location.

Is the churchyard and church the building to the northwest of the intersection of Lawler Avenue S and 2nd. Street SE? That would be the building kitty-corner from the modern First Lutheran Church to the southeast of that intersection.

Have a great weekend.
Added by JDSieger on Jul 10, 2015 9:31 PM
Rhonda Wilkie
RE: Re: Josephine Skoven
Hi Connie,

Thank you so much, I would love to have the management for Josephine Skogen's memorial transferred me. I appreciate all the work you have done for years on Find a Grave. Rhoda
Added by Rhonda Wilkie on May 31, 2015 11:58 AM
Bradley Hutson
Lester E. Benard

It looks like Lester Benard was buried next to his second wife at Mt. Vernon Memorial Gardens. So, even though the stone at Shiloh has his name on it, I don't believe he is actually buried there.

Added by Bradley Hutson on May 12, 2015 8:13 PM

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