|Peter M Jensen (#47373435)|
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Born in North Saint Paul, MN, I grew up in and around the Kansas City, MO area. Forty years of U.S. Army soldier/ civilian service kept me in the Mid Atlantic (Washington D.C.) region and the Far East (Japan-South Korea). My Father's Danish parents settled in North Central Iowa and my Mother's Norwegian grandparents settled in southeastern Minnesota and North Central Iowa. I am now retired and living "The Good Life" in Sunny South Florida.|
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Please do not YELL at ME!
It truly was an accident. My records also say May. And she is related to me.
|Heidi Norcross||Thank you|
I would like to thank you for your speedy response to my photo requests!
Your time is so appreciated!!! Should you ever need to have a cemetery visited in the CT area, please be sure to let me know!
|Martin Weybright||Koegel & others|
Thanks. What a difference a letter can mean in a last name. The difference between finding anything on the person and not.
|Martin Weybright||Davisson & Degroot graves|
Many thanks for your excellent (as usual) photos. I especially wanted to see Mrs, Davisson's. I wonder if the date plaques were removed by the family or whether they were stolen. Very strange.
|Sandra||RE: John & Christine Anderson|
I have placed the photo of the Anderson stone on one. The others had it.
Added by Sandra on Oct 10, 2011 7:18 PM
|Martin Weybright||Johanna & August Deiss|
Thanks for the message. Yes, I'd be glad to have them transferred to me
|Martin Weybright||All Saints Block 106, etc.|
Yes, I would be happy to have transfers. Thanks for alerting me to name errors. Best wishes.
Thanks again for your excellent images. I especially like the fact that you take a picture of the joint marker plus one of each spouse's side.
|Martin Weybright||Mary E Kramer|
Thanks, for the transfer. I tried before to get info on her with not much luck. Will try again. Same for her husband, Thomas Lambert Kramer. There was a Thomas L. Kramer who received the Congressional Medal of Honor in the Civil War that I feel may be connected to him, but no luck so far in finding it. Will try some more.
|Martin Weybright||Tschudi Family, Kurk & Taroli markers|
Many thanks for your excellent (as usual) pictures. The "concrete" one was a surprise: the MCGS listing said it was homemade, but I've seen ones like it in many garden shops. I did find a real homemade concrete marker last year, where the concrete was actually poured and the inscription written in before it set. The Kurk memorial was a real puzzle for me to solve. Fortunately the listing gave her full dates, which helped me to find info on her. I never did find anything on Mr. Kurk. Best wishes.
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