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|I am relatively new to ancestry searching and family tree development. It has been fun, exciting, sometimes frustrating, and always interesting. Now that I am retired I look forward to further explorations for my ancestors and those of my husband. He is a true partner in these efforts. |
We now live in Minnesota lakes country after moving out of Minneapolis. Ironically, we ended up close to where my ancestors first settled in this country.
Memorials established in volunteer efforts will be transfered to family when requested.
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|Tari L Elam||Lew Wallace Landt|
Good morning. I just realized you added photographs to the above memorial. Thank you so very much. The Landt family has been very difficult.
|Richard Morrison||RE: Harriet Donovan|
Harriet Donovan is buried at St Aiden's. My great grandfather Michael Sheehan donated the property for the cemetery and is buried there. I got a list of transcribed grave markers a couple of years ago and finally got around to setting up memorials. I'm suppose to be related to nearly everyone in the cemetery by blood or marriage. Thank you for the edits.
|Rhonda||RE: Thank you!!|
They were and I will. I thought I included that in my note. I'm sorry. Must be too early for me to think straight. Thank you!!
Added by Rhonda on Oct 14, 2014 8:26 AM
Thank you, thank you, thank you for all of the grave photos you got for me. I really appreciate it.
Have a wonderful day,
Added by Rhonda on Oct 14, 2014 6:48 AM
Thanks for the Carl and Emily Bennett headstone photos - I appreciate your time and efforts for Find-A-Grave as a volunteer photographer.
Added by eanders on Oct 13, 2014 9:40 PM
|karen ahn||Clyde & Irene Lee|
Thanks so much for taken the time to find the Lee grave. I appreciate it very much.
|Miriam Macdonald||Henry Grismer|
Thank you for taking and sharing this grave marker photo.
|Jay Freeman||Cihlar/Mix Photos|
Thanks for the photos! Thanks for your efforts.
|Patty Sikes||RE: Frank and Petronella Rubash|
Thanks, Marion. I appreciate your efforts in photographing the graves as a volunteer. I know that just finding the location from the office and then locating the particular grave takes time. I will try to contact the person who requested the photo if I can find out who it is. Thanks again.
|Patty Sikes||Frank and Petronella Rubash|
I agree with you that the crosses probably represent the grave of Frank Rubash and possibly Petronella. I know that she has a nice marker just next to the crosses, so I don't know for sure if one of the crosses is for her. Several years ago I drove up hoping to find their graves and the priest at the Catholic Church in Mahnomen sent me to the White Earth Mission which was in White Earth County not too far away. There I learned that both Dora Chloupec and Frank Rubash (both my ancestors)had been moved from this mission cemetery to St. Michael's Cemetery in Mahnomen several years after their first burial in White Earth. I have information about both the Rubash and Chloupec families in Bohemia if you'd like a copy. I hired a professional genealogist to research the families for me in the 1990s. Do you happen to know of anyone who might have a photograph of these people?
Patty Sikes, Pensacola, FL
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