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Math professor retired from Black Hawk College in 2003. Has attended Swedish American Genealogist workshop in Salt Lake City every fall since then. Father and all grandparents emigrated from Sweden. Husband's ancestors came to America from Germany in the 1700's. Enjoys doing genealogy and recently visited cemeteries where families of husband's ancestors are buried in Indiana and Pennsylvania, as well as homesteads. Visited cousins in Sweden and husband's ancestors home in Palatines of Germany in September 2013.|
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|My Labor of Love||RE: Thanks|
Glad I was able to do so. Let me know if there's anyone else you would like transferred to you.
|My Labor of Love||RE: Aunt Hulda|
Not a problem, except I'm not sure which record is your Aunt.
Please use the edit tab on the individual that you would like transferred over to your care. Then select "Suggest a correction or provide additional information". Please include your name, Find A Grave ID # and that you would like this individual transferred to you. Normally, I'll transfer anyone that isn't in my family tree. If it happens to be someone that is, closest relationship to that person wins ☺!
|James Seidelman||Deverl Hartman|
Gladly transferred- the photo seems to be pixelated - do you want me to remove so you can replace with a better photo?
Thank you for sending the date of birth for Debra Ann Hartman at the Sugar Grove Cemetery. I updated her memorial.
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