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|Working on family genealogy and appreciate all of you whom have taken the time to create a page for my ancestors and in many cases, add photos of headstones. What an amazing gift! |
All the memorials I am creating or maintaining are from my ancestors and in a few cases "possible/unproven relations".
Here are my family main names the Fox - McCullagh / Nelson - Donnelly, Eisbrener / Milke, Lallo - Popio / Zmitrowicz and for my relatives Godbouts / McGraths/ Church / Sticka family and descendants.
I also like to help other profiles that are incomplete by providing information.
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|High Plains||Alphonsine Beaudry|
Hi Helen -
Thank you for the additional information for Alphonsine.
In the write up that you sent you spelled her last name as Liard and Laiard.
Which is correct?
High Plains :)
Updated memorials and found LaVona's parents. Made the links.
|Leon Barton||Roberta Peterson|
The memorial for Roberta Peterson has been updated. Have a great day.
|Harold McConnell||Benjamin Nelson|
Upon searching the St. Thomas Calvary Cemetery I was unable to find the grave of Benjamin Nelson. The Pembina County Cemetery directory states that in 1989 when the cemetery was inventoried, there was a Hendrickson funeral home marker on the grave. That is not the case today, there is no marker where the grave is supposed to be located.
|Diane Reuscher||RE: Helen Godbout|
You're welcome. Had fun doing it. That's a very unusual name.
Thanks for leaving a note on Al's memorial.... he indeed did help many many people!
|A Marine's Daughter||Lee Morgan|
Thanks for the obit for Mr. Morgan. You're awesome!
We should all be helping each other and not doing 'petty' things to each other. I did this because I didn't think you had it and by golly, if I can help you again, "I'm a gonna!"
Have a very wonderful week!
|jtb||RE: Nathan White|
The additions are entered. If this is relation of yours, do you want xfer?
Added by jtb on May 07, 2013 5:11 PM
|brown eyes||RE: Harold Klevjer|
I really can't tell you much. I was two when my dad passed away, but I do have some clippings from a history of Oelwein. I could share that info with you, if you would like.
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