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I have been searching for and researching the ancestors of my family and my husband's family. It has been a huge task so far, but have found it to be very rewarding. Once in awhile, you even stumble upon stories or information that are a complete surprise! I feel that it's important to locate the final resting place of our ancestors so that the information can be passed on to our children and the future generations to come.|
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I just received a message from the group that placed the headstones in the Hastings State Hospital Cemetery. They stated that they found two different death certificates (don't know what that means until I see them. She is continuing to look into why no marker.
If you email me at email@example.com I will send you the information when it arives.
During this season of Thanksgiving, it is a simple reminder that people care.
Added by MCarlson on Nov 21, 2013 3:40 PM
|Deborah Gliva||Pearl McCarty|
Happy to help! Pearl is between Lawrence McCarty and Harold McCarty. Harold appears to be her brother. I created a memorial for him; let me know if you want it transferred to you!
|MCarlson||RE: L. D. Parson Grave Photo|
I am in contact with the organization that has placed the stones, to try to understand why LD Parson does not have one. I will continue and update if a change is made.
I am not sure what LD had as an illness, but know he is now resting in a beautiful location on top of a hill that is maintained. Stone or no stone, he is watched over and rests in Gods loving arms.
Added by MCarlson on Nov 03, 2013 9:08 AM
|Bob||RE: Thank You|
Hi skm, ya no problem very easy to find. take care, Bob.
Added by Bob on Oct 04, 2013 10:20 AM
|D.E. Losey||George E. Losey|
Thank you for all the updates concerning George Losey.
I have made all the changes, including his obituary.
Again thank for all your time.
|RJSvitak||RE: Thank You!|
No problem at all. My wife found the additional ones. She is better at this than I am. She has family that we found on that trip (Driscols) just by chance we stumbled across her GGF on her Dad's Mom's side. Bonus. We could not find any of the Anstett's at Greenwood. We kept an eye out for either all day across 23 cemeteries all in Filmore Co. I'm glad we were able to fill in some of your pcs. We have been canvasing Fillmore, Mower, Olmstead, and Rice Counties. To fill in Her Fathers side back to the middle 1800's. We are actually fron South of St Paul in Cottage Grove. So unfortunatly it will be a long time till we get back to the Iowa border. We finished all we could on her history. Good luck to you all collecting the rest of your data.
Added by RJSvitak on Sep 04, 2013 11:52 AM
|RJSvitak||RE: United Methodist Cemetery|
Your Cousin that must be user "Debbie". My plan was Sunday or Monday to get back down around the Iowa border. Some of your requests although put in before I passed through that area were after I set up my photo run. So they didn't get updated to catch the newer requests. I'll take a better look this time through. I have several other stops on this run so I could catch some of your other requests if they are in the Fillmore County area.
I would like to take another shot at David Schwartz anyway. I got the side with the dates but I think his name was on a different side or on the Marker in the center. Or it was just worn and tough to read. Mag... shows up good on the photos.
Added by RJSvitak on Aug 30, 2013 11:28 AM
|RJSvitak||RE: Thank You|
You are very welcome. One note Harry (1889-1955) and Emma Tienter (1888-1963) are also at this cemetery on a single marker. They are not listed in Find a Grave. I have that photo and can put it on if it is a peice of your puzzle.
Let me know. I did not see any other Schwartz at this Cemetry.
Added by RJSvitak on Aug 29, 2013 8:21 AM
|Valice Raffi||money for obituaries|
I know what you mean!
|Valice Raffi||Ernest and Veronica|
I added the links for Ernest and I transferred him and Veronica to you. I'm not directly related with them, so I don't have much information about them. but I have gotten a lot of information and obituaries from the Fillmore County History Center. They are very helpful and have records that aren't on line
Their daughter, Bertha, was married, then widowed, by Otto Wintz, my grandmother's brother.
Good luck for your search!
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