|S.C. Conrad||RE: Thanks for the photo|
|Barbara Samans||hensing graves|
Here is one of the Hensing graves. they will lead you to others I posted. I just do not remember where I got that they had been in St Mark's except I think they were Catholics but maybe I was guessing?? HELP!!
|Barbara Samans||Hensing graves|
Hi I was wondering if the Hensing graves of Albert and Buelah b 1911-1991 and 1912-1989 and John Allyn Hensing b 1941 are in St Marks or in Union Cemetery? I had a find a grave member contact me regarding John Allyn's grave saying he has a picture of the same grave but in Union Cemetery not in St Mark's which is next door to the Union Cemetery. You took the original photos of their grave so you would know where they are located maybe?? I hope/? LOL :) THanks for your help
I have /had them all in St Marks but no changed John's to Union per this guys request but thought I should check with you.
Thanks for any help you cans end my way..is there a place I could go to find burials there?
I wanted to let you know that the photos you requested are available at the South Dakota Gravestone Project at southdakotagravestones .org. It would also be wonderful to have them available on Find A Grave, but in the interim, I thought this might be helpful.
Have a great 4th!
Added by B. Hahn on Jul 03, 2013 7:18 AM
|Dan Ryan||RE: Photo thank you|
You are welcome, glad I could help!
Added by Dan Ryan on Nov 10, 2012 7:52 PM
|Connie Ferris||RE: Weed graves in Oak Grove|
I'm not current enough to have a smart phone and didn't want to incur the monthly contract to get one. So I went to a camping store and bought a handheld GPS. It gives me really close readings, I think. It is also supposed to beep you toward coordinates that you enter but I haven't figured that out yet. I will sometimes enter the coordinates given for a particular cemetery in Mapquest, zoom in on the cemetery and print out the map. When I visit the cemetery and find the graves (usually by just walking the rows), I'll take a reading and also mark my printed satellite view so I can double check later to be sure the readings are close. Hope that makes sense to you. Feel free to contact me if you want more information. It's fun, but adds another step to creating a good memorial. (I have an aunt in an Oklahoma cemetery. When I want to check coordinates before I send them out to someone else, I use Aunt Carol's memorial to be sure the coordinates work. She was a great sport and has now been "buried" all around the midwest! I just have to remember to erase the coordinates before I say goodbye to her.) - Connie
Thanks for the information!
|Vicki Volker||Don't show....|
I'm glad you liked the photos!
Could I ask you a question? I can't seem to find an answer to why this statement comes up on some of my memorials. It says..."Don't show cemetery photos on this memorial(?)"
What can I do to get this statement removed? Who put this statement on these memorials? It didn't show up when I was working on the memorial.
Any help on this would be greatly appreciated!
|KarinH||William St. John|
There is an organization called Remembering with Dignity working on placing gravestones for all who are buried at MN institutions. They have placed many at Faribault already, family members have placed others. http://www.selfadvocacy.org/programs/rwd/index.htm klh
Added by KarinH on Aug 02, 2012 8:41 AM
|KarinH||William St. John|
I posted a picture for William. The Rice County Historical Society keeps the cemetery records for the Faribault Hospital Cemetery. They have no record of Charles St. John.
Added by KarinH on Aug 01, 2012 2:36 PM
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