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|Deborah Gowen||James Dunn Harlan|
You have James Dunn Harlan Memorial# 116284247 I think the information that you have is the wrong Harlan. He married Annie Elms who's grave is
Memorial# 23418106. I haven't found James grave yet.
No, I haven't been to Baker. Lloyd Bergeson in his description emphasized how difficult it was to find and how he had to avoid a farmers dog! But I do have a GPS so hopefully that will help. Lloyd actually recreated Ole's voyage in reverse and sailed solo to Norway. On the return unfortunately he met with high seas off Iceland and it took the boat, although he and his son were rescued. Quite an adventurous family. Anyway, thanks again! If you hadn't posted these I might never have found where the family is. I really appreciate it.
Added by JD on Oct 04, 2015 2:07 PM
|JD||RE: Ole & Rachel Bergeson (Baker)|
Would be great if you could add John as well. Ancestry.com is now using findagrave as a resource, so other family will now be able to look up this data as well and link their related family. I hope to be able to get to Baker next summer, I have family there and in the Champaign Urbana area. Thanks again for the work you did! It is much appreciated.
Added by JD on Oct 02, 2015 1:06 AM
|JD||Ole and Rachel Bergeson|
Thank you so much for posting their memorials and transferring them. It is very much appreciated. Thanks also for taking the photo.
Added by JD on Oct 02, 2015 12:28 AM
|JD||Ole and Rachel Bergeson|
This evening I was trying to find better info for the cemetery where my GG Grandfather Ole Bergeson was buried and realized it was not in the cemetery I had thought (Saint Petrie Lutheran Church Cemetery in Leland Illinois) but in what is now called Baker Cemetery. There I found your memorial with Ole (#134404881) and Rachel (#134404910). Would it be possible for me to use your grave photo and for you to transfer these memorials? I had already created memorials for both in 2012 and have moved them to Baker Cemetery where they belong. I would like to link to the rest of the family. Thank you so much for taking the photos. My late relative Lloyd Bergeson did a lot of research on the family and I know he would be pleased to see them! Let me know, thanks!
Added by JD on Sep 30, 2015 8:45 PM
Thank you very much for the transfer! I really appreciate it a lot!!
|Adrienne ||RE: Otto Lechewski|
Thank you Mary. Even a picture of his "spot" would be appreciated.
Added by Adrienne on Aug 30, 2015 3:46 PM
|Sharla||Chester F. Wilhelmi|
Thank you so very much for the photo for Chester's memorial and for letting me know correct location.
Added by Sharla on Jun 08, 2015 10:20 AM
I try not to put duplicate info in the Bio section--it already states that he was a laborer and the husband of Annino, and his age is easily calculated from his birth and death dates.
|seedsofcuriousity||Richard & Jean Mae Aarvold Goglin|
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