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Little Girl Blue (#47635412)
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Bio Photo The surnames I am currently researching are:


If you are researching any or several of the same names please don't hesitate to contact me. I have a wealth of information on the Norths, for example.

I will happily take requests for any graves in my area. I know how hard it is to get good information when you don't live near an area you're researching or just aren't able to get where you need to go.

When taking volunteer photos I tend to snap pictures of all the surrounding graves with the same surname. I keep originals of all my photos. If you'd like the original resolution of any of my photos, please ask and I'll e-mail it to you. You can use the photo how ever you see fit.

I have no problem transferring a grave as long is it is going to a family member.
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David Procuniar
North of Ohio
I am related to the David North's son George North of butler township. Georges Find A Grave Memorial# 153038617

Are you related to the Ohio Norths?

David Procuniar
Added by David Procuniar on Dec 16, 2015 12:49 PM
Mike Johnson
RE: Marvin Hornbeck
I had the privilege of knowing Marvin by working with his Grandson Michael. We were team drivers together for 4 years and whenever we were near Tipp City we would always stop and see Marvin. I call him Marvin at his request, he didn't want a friend to address him as Mr. I have ate Lake Erie Perch, which he fried that was fantastic, we talked Cincinnati Reds baseball and talked of the late age at which he was drafted into World War 2. I knew immediately upon meeting Marvin of the strong work ethic and patriotic spirit he possessed and he instantly became one of my favorite people. Hope this helps! Sincerely Robert M . Johnson
Added by Mike Johnson on Apr 22, 2015 12:15 PM
RE: Shirley Nimmo-Beck #125153925
I sent the transfer.
Take care,
Beth Ann
Added by BACB on Aug 04, 2014 9:28 PM
RE: Olga Pitsch
No problem!
Added by lavendar on Jul 08, 2014 2:33 PM
Olga Pitsch
I'm not sure if you remember, but I transferred Olga's entry to you about a year ago. If I remember correctly, at that time you had not yet found her cause of death. I may have stumbled on that information for you while looking for some of my family. Did you know that on Ancestry.Com they now have Pennsylvania Death Certificates online through 1944? For some reason Olga came to mind. I found her Death Certificate on that site under Olga Pitch. When you get on that website, click on SEARCH, then go down to Card Catalogue. When that screen comes up type in Pennsylvania where it says KEYWORD. You can then search by name, first and last, just last, etc. I wanted to pass this information along in the hope that it would help answer some questions for you. It has for us!
Added by lavendar on Jul 01, 2014 11:47 PM
WIKGREN, Carl and Pauline @ Brooklyn-Crystal Cemetery MN

I obtained updated information from the Brooklyn Historical Society pertaining to your photo requests for the Wikgrens :

[ The burial list has Pauline Wikgren (d. 01 Aug 1940, age 45) in lot 108, grave #9
and Carl Wikgren (d. 27 Oct 1951, age 63) in lot 112, grave #6
So, the burial list has them in a different lot then what you have (16).
I do not recall ever seeing a marker for the Wikgrens. Either way, the cemetery is not that big and it should not take long to locate them.
Lot 108 and 112 are on the right side toward the back. ]

Back on Feb 9 I tried to look for them, hoping theirs was a taller upright monument; but alas, no luck. There's just too much snow on the ground, with more coming. So until anyone can get into the cemetery this spring, I hope the burial info above is helpful! Also, you may want to revise your requests to let other volunteers in the area know about the two grave locations. BTW, "on the right side toward the back" is extremely helpful information.

Happy to Help,

Added by LVaughn on Feb 20, 2014 1:17 PM
Memories From The Mist
RE: William H Williams
You're most welcome...always glad to help if I can!

Loved the photo in your
Added by Memories From The Mist on Feb 08, 2014 9:17 AM
Re: Bowers
Send me an email. I'd love to talk with you about my Bowers family mystery.
Added by Dove on Nov 10, 2013 1:32 PM
My g-grandmother was a Bowers from Troy, Ohio. Her parents were from PA (Lewis Henry Bowers b abt 1827). I'd be interested in your Bowers research, as it might help me to figure out Lewis' parents. Please send me an email which is listed on my profile, if you are willing to help me with some of this research. Thank you!
Added by Dove on Nov 10, 2013 12:43 PM
RE: Jungclas
Your welcome,
If it helps she is next to a Augustus 1840-1921 and May 1879-1900

Added by GraveHunter on Aug 25, 2013 4:14 PM
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