|P Sabbe (#47277709)|
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When I started searching for my mother's family that she never knew, I didn't anticipate getting so caught up in the past. My hope is to help others find some of the missing pieces to the story of those who came before.|
My family consists of one son, and my husband.
My main family names of interest are: Biersdorff, Rice, Aldrich, Thompson, Camp and Sabbe.
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|Sharon Christensen||RE: Coldwell|
You are very welcome for the pictures. Happy to get them for you and even happier that you are pleased with them.
|SC||Find A Grave Memorial# 110550520|
Find A Grave Memorial# 110550520
There is also a grave for the husband Henry and there is also one for Gilbert which says son above it
Added by SC on Aug 19, 2013 3:02 PM
|Janet Personette||RE: Huggins|
You are so very welcome. I try to be as accurate as possible because I have been on the other side of the search. As old as their part of the cemetery is, there are lots of places where markers are missing. That makes me very sad.
We found additional Christnagel family members in other cemeteries in that county. I created a few new memorials, and these may be related. You can find the Christnagel memorial you mentioned, and then click on others with that last name in the same county.
Pr. Ric Jacobsen
|pattyk||RE: Viola Gard|
Glad to have been able to help. There were more "gard" family out there so have taken pics of those also and added.
Added by pattyk on Apr 25, 2013 11:51 AM
|STACEY MIOTKE||RE: Thank you!|
Kathrine was my step-grandmother. I wish I knew more about the Sabbe part of her family but sadly I do not know much about that. I have fond memories of the stories she told my sister and I when we were children. I remember all the treasures she had around her house, most of which she had made herself. I remember her trips to Baja and stories about her daughter (presumably you. Thank you for taking the time to post her on here. I truly appreciate it!
|STACEY MIOTKE||Thank you!|
I found this site, then noticed a family member took this picture. I am interested in talking with you about your mother. Feel free to contact me. email@example.com Hope this message finds you well:)
|SJ Rader||Byersdorf parents|
Hi. I am not sure, but I think that the parents, Ferdinand Byersdorf (1822 - 1891) and Wilhelmine/a Shildberg (1822 - 1920) are also buried in St. John's Cemetery in St. Clair, MN. I visited that cemetery years ago when I was looking for Henry, and I have that they are also buried there. You might want to check and see for sure, and then add them. Let me know, ok, and I will do what I can to link the family together as well. I also have a lot of info online on Ancestry.com tree "Rader Meyer Family Tree". God bless! S Rader at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by SJ Rader on Feb 17, 2013 8:53 PM
|Kahpo||RE: Edwin Sanford Snowberg|
Thank you, having the obituary is great. Edwin sister Emma is my Great Great Grandmother. By any chance do you have a photo of Elizabeth that I could add to my Genealogy book?
Added by Kahpo on Jan 29, 2013 12:19 PM
|Dennis Rasmussen||Mamie E Bullene|
Mamie E Bullene is buried next to Harry Bullene. You did not request her but I took her picture and added it to her profile.
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