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Kathy Hall (#47694166)
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Roxi Reeves
RE: Mae Russell
Snowing??? They tell us we are supposed to get a little rain...and by "little" they mean non-existent. I think I need to hook up with some Indians who can show me the rain dance.
Added by Roxi Reeves on Apr 24, 2015 6:20 PM
Sharon W
RE: Edward Kolodziej
You're very welcome.
Added by Sharon W on Mar 22, 2015 7:39 AM
Amy Bradfield
Waldemar Koch
Hello Kathy.

I just photographed and entered some memorials from St Paul's Lutheran Cemetery in Scott County, MN including Waldemar Koch (Find A Grave #130001179) and it looks you also have a Waldemar Koch 1947-1988 (Find A Grave #99657707) entered at St Paul's Cemetery in Lac qui Parle, MN.

I know that sometimes a person can have multiple headstones but I was wondering if you are sure that maybe the only Waldemar Koch memorial there in Lac qui Parle is his father??

Amy B.
Added by Amy Bradfield on May 23, 2014 8:57 PM
Ronald Johnson
RE: Nash Family
You are very welcome. Happy hunting
Added by Ronald Johnson on May 15, 2014 5:25 AM
volgadeutsch
Chapel Hill, DeWitt, MI
Please contact the cemetery for grave locations. I'll look for them.
Added by volgadeutsch on May 03, 2014 9:47 AM
Marlene Tyler
Drayer
I have emailed you 2 photos of Drayer's in Beechler Cemetery. I couldn't make out the names. You are welcome to keep and use the photos.
Added by Marlene Tyler on Apr 05, 2014 8:58 PM
Joan
RE: Zahnow family
Baby Boy Zahnow #14263480 - I have linked him to his parents. Thank you, Joan
Added by Joan on Apr 05, 2014 9:30 AM
Bronx Aquarian
RE: Re Ellen Coxe
Eureka, I finally found the stone after minute instructions from the office. If you ever go there, get to the southern end of 96. Walk on the roadway to the first path and turn into it. Go 8 rows up and turn right. The Coxe stone (with all 4 names) is the 6th one in.
Hope this makes everyone's day. The stone is endowed (sticker on bottom) but there is that funny cemetery growth occurring on the stone as you can plainly see.
The MacIntosh stone I found on Tuesday was not the correct one.
Maryann
Added by Bronx Aquarian on Nov 07, 2013 11:43 AM
Bronx Aquarian
RE: Re Ellen Coxe
Eureka, I finally found the stone after minute instructions from the office. If you ever go there, get to the southern end of 96. Walk on the roadway to the first path and turn into it. Go 8 rows up and turn right. The Coxe stone (with all 4 names) is the 6th one in.
Hope this makes everyone's day. The stone is endowed (sticker on bottom) but there is that funny cemetery growth occurring on the stone as you can plainly see.
Maryann
Added by Bronx Aquarian on Nov 07, 2013 11:41 AM
Bronx Aquarian
RE: Re Ellen Coxe
In checking my notes this morning, I realize the MacIntosh headstone I found yesterday most probably is yours. There are no names on it but I had inadvertently written McIntosh on my sheet and I therefore ignored it (being part Irish I know that ones does not confuse Mc with a Mac)I am going back tomorrow to recheck that stone & photograph it for you.

The photo for Ellen was of the general area; Mt. Hope does not require that the gravestone carry any markings on it and rows do not align directly behind each other so finding the precise spot of an unmarked is very difficult. If the people are cooperative tomorrow I might ask them to show me on their master map.
Maryann
Added by Bronx Aquarian on Nov 06, 2013 11:17 AM
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