|Becky & Steve (#47516340)|
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Becky's family surnames: Lund, Johnson, Ebert, Isenberg and Precht.
Steve's family surnames: Briggs, Hoese, Coulter, Pettis, Banning, Speer, Vahl, and Green.
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|R Timm||Harvey Isenberg Bio|
Former farmer and school bus driver Harvey J. Isenberg, 71, of Mankato died Sunday, July 1, 2001, at Immanuel St. Joseph’s Hospital.
Services are 10 a.m. Thursday at Hosanna Lutheran Church with the Rev. Steve Kosberg officiating. Burial is in Pilgrim’s Rest Cemetery.
Visitation is 4 to 8 p.m. today at Landkamer Johnson-Boman Funeral Home and continues one hour before services Thursday at the church.
Mr. Isenberg was born July 20, 1929, to Ernest and Ruth (Berg) Isenberg in Sibley County. He attended country schools. During the Korean War, he served at the U.S. Army 11th Evacuation Hospital. He farmed for 32 years and was a school bus driver for 40 years. He married Barbara Larson. He was a member of Hosanna Lutheran Church, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9713 and American Legion Post 11.
Mr. Isenberg is survived by his wife; one son, Randy, of Mankato; two stepdaughters, Viette Schull and Faith Kleinow and her husband Dennis, all of Mankato; one stepson, Louis Nelson Jr., of Mankato; five grandchildren; one brother and his wife, Marlyn and Kaye, of St. Paul; two sisters and their husbands, Genevieve and Kerney Jacobson, and Shirley and Chuck Supplee, all of Bloomington, and nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by one brother.
Added by R Timm on Sep 08, 2016 9:21 AM
|catonlocke123||Cottle Burial Ground|
I noticed that you've taken a few pictures in the Cottle Burial Ground in Franklin County. I'm trying to figure out the location of this cemetery. Is it, by any chance, off Federal Row in Industry? I have a few ancestors there and am hoping to see if they have stones so I can get some pictures!
Thanks for any directions you can give me.
|Marie and Bruce Newell||Wendell Hill Cemetery|
Hi Becky and Steve,
We respectfully request permission to the photo of the cemetery entrance sign in our online tree. Marie has a cousin interred there photo will make a great addition.
Thanks for your consideration.
Marie and Bruce Newell
|Ruth Barckley||Lavera Lange Criss|
In looking up Lavera I found that someone else is
responsible for linking Alvina as daughter instead of wife and have sent an edit to them. Thank you for letting me know. I hope he is able to correct this as I am unable to.
You are very welcome. I'm glad I could help.
Added by Ron on Dec 20, 2014 1:07 PM
|Kevin Balfanz||RE: Warren E. Gongoll (#706660)|
Thank you for the Gongoll Family information. I certainly appreciate it. I may create a Find A Grave memorial for him. I have been disappointed in a lack of response for other memorials created by US Veterans at Fort Snelling. I cannot add additional information to those memorials. Thanks again!
|Ace||John Briggs at South Paw Paw Cemetery|
Hi! The records at the Lee County Genealogy Society show that volunteers walked this entire cemetery and recorded all grave markers. They did not find a grave marker for him.
I was there yesterday, and I also walked the entire cemetery looking for someone else (it is a pretty small cemetery). I did not find a grave marker for John Briggs. Another photographer was there on May 7, 2014 and it appears that she did not find a grave marker for him either.
Are you sure he is buried at South Paw Paw Cemetery? Wyoming Cemetery (also Paw Paw, Illinois) is probably less than five miles away.
The other possibility is that his grave is unmarked. Perhaps you can contact the cemetery office and find out who he is buried next to that has a grave marker.
Added by Ace on May 11, 2014 6:47 AM
|Kevin Balfanz||RE: Arthur John Villnow # 110364372|
I started to do a little research of my own and this is definitely the right family but I think August and Menia Villnow were his grandparents. I don't know who the parents are though. Seems to have grown up in grandparents household. I will look up his death certificate and obituary next time I'm at the MN Historical society. Now I'm intrigued! Thanks! -Sharon
|Marci Farrar||Alice E Rucks: Memorial # 68187617|
I have updated the memorial with the family links & full birth & date dates.
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request for Clara McCarney. I live in Georgia so it is a little difficult to get these pics myself.
Added by Sharon on May 15, 2013 1:52 PM
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