|Marilyn Hagie (#47831447)|
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|Chuck Curtis||Mollie S. Knopp|
Hello Mrs. Hagie,
Would you be able to tell me if there is a grave marker or photograph of Mollie S. Knopp died 17 December, 1932? I know she was buried there.
All best wishes to you for your excellent work on this site.
|Gina Larson||RE: 127767267|
Thank you very much.
Could you please transfer this person to me. I amd her relative and would like to link her to her family.
I need memorial # so I am sure to get the correct grave. All required info is automatically given if you use the edit button on the memorial page. Thanks
Added by Cara on Apr 01, 2015 6:10 PM
|Cara||RE: Transferring memorial|
Please provide memorial # and will be happy to transfer. Thanks
Added by Cara on Mar 27, 2015 4:08 PM
|KE Tuttle||RE: Mary Eichorn|
|KE Tuttle||Mary Eichorn|
Thanks for trying to locate and photograph the headstone of our great grandmother. We hoped that this just was overlooked and not unmarked.
I am guessing that the baby (Eliza) she had at that time in 1911 did not receive a marker either. The family had recently come from Russia and may not have been able to afford a stone.
We appreciate your being there and looking for Grandmother Mary.
|SK Graff||Rutz, Victor|
Yes, please post the photo, even though the site is unmarked. I've also requested a note be added to his memorial indicating the gravesite is unmarked.
I would also like to thank you and any others involved in documenting Lakeview Cemetery. Marvelous job!
Speaking of history, I am currently in the process of adding bio/obit records to all family and friends buried in Winsor. Most of these individual, if not all, were of German/Russian descent.
I remember when I was a teenager and dated Ferdinand from Windsor; his grandmother did not want him to see me....reason being, I couldn't speak German and I wasn't a local girl [I lived in Denver]. It made no difference that my parents were both of German/Russian descent. They could be tough when it came to their beliefs.
Added by SK Graff on Oct 29, 2014 3:54 PM
|SK Graff||Rutz, Victor|
Marilyn, received a message that you had fulfilled my photo request for Victor Immanuel Rutz (#64887814). However, I don't see a pic? Did a goblin get the pic before me?
Added by SK Graff on Oct 28, 2014 12:08 PM
|SK Graff||Family History|
Hi Marilyn, Yes I am working on several family trees. Primary tree is GRAFF and HILL-DORN, including all aunts & uncles. Most of my tree consists of Germans from Russia, who migrated to the Weld County & Larimer County areas in the early 1900's. So I am attempting to put obits and photos with their memorials, where possible. Also, I'm hoping this will eliminate many error I am finding on ancestry.com family trees. Shirley
Added by SK Graff on Oct 28, 2014 11:43 AM
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