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Kathie King Wilkinson (#47889211)
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Bio Photo I am new to genealogical research, but enjoy scouring for info on my family. After visiting cemeteries on my family search, I realized how much history is out there. It is fascinating finding some of the amazingly beautiful and poignant tombstones in the many small cemeteries in the rural area in which I live. And in doing my own family's history I realize how important it is to find a family member's final resting place.
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MI Ring
Memorial #112379985
Good morning --

Interestingly, he has also has a memorial in Havre, Hill, Montana in the Highland Cemetery. It lists an obituary from a Newspaper. See findagrave memorial #129747133.
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From the 1884 History of Wabasha County:

McKenzie, D. M., (page 1087) livery and sale stables, corner Main and Walnut streets. Premises front fifty feet on Main street, running to the river in the rear, with booking office on the corner of Main. This business was established in 1860 where now conducted, and the present stock is fifteen head of horses, and ten buggies and carriages. Two 'buses are run to the trains and the stable force is three men. Mr. McKenzie is a native of Perth, Ontario; came to Wabasha county in 1853 with his parents, who the following year entered the farm on which Ed. Drury is now living, just within the city limits on the east Sec. 4, T. 110, R. 11 W. This farm Mr. McKenzie sold in 1864 and removed to town, having, as before said, previously established himself in livery business. He had the mail contract between this city and Faribault in 1858-60, and in the latter year, in connection with George Hays, took the contract for carrying mail between this place and Rochester, which they held four years, during which time they maintained a passenger stage route. Mr. McKenzie was married in this city in 1861, to Miss Annie C. Campbell. They have seven children, all at home, three of them attending school in this city.
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Added by MI Ring on Apr 29, 2015 7:28 AM
Robert Brotherhood
Severine O & Howard J in Wisconsin
You could not find a family name for them.
I checked Severine's dates (died 1885 was before born...), saw 1985 !
Then filled in 1915 and 1985 in Soc Sec Death Index on Familysearch.org (FREE!) and found Severine Ott at once.
Then filled in Howard J. Ott and found him ALSO on SSDI, AND military sign-up (I use Spanish versión):
Howard Ott
United States Social Security Death Index
nacimiento(=born): 26 enero 1900
defunción(=died): febrero 1956
Howard Ott
Hijo(=son)
United States Census, 1900
nacimiento: enero 1900 Wisconsin
residencia: 1900 Nelson township, Buffalo, Wisconsin, United States
Howard James Ott
United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
nacimiento: 26 enero 1900, , United States
registro militar: desde 1917 a 1918
Buffalo County, Wisconsin, United States

So, problem solved!
Please use Familysearch.org for any other queries.
Good luck.
RJB
Added by Robert Brotherhood on Apr 15, 2015 7:03 PM
Cat Houchins
Godfrey Transfers
Kathie,
Thank you so much for my family transfer!
It's so kind of you.
Cat
Added by Cat Houchins on Mar 06, 2015 7:08 PM
BELV
RE: Opal & Howard Anderson
I would be so grateful if you would transfer these two to me. Thank you for your generosity! I appreciate it so much!
Added by BELV on Feb 16, 2015 6:14 PM
Donna M L W
RE: Achenbach Bertie #104098662
I am not related. I also sent the posting to go on the parents. I am working on connecting old obituaries to graves.
D.W.
Added by Donna M L W on Jan 14, 2015 4:15 AM
r mines
Henry and Mary WALTER Etting transfer
Thank you Kathy.
I appreciate your transferring the Ettings to me, and so quickly!
I will make memorials and connect their children and grandchildren that are also buried in Riverview Cemetery.
Sincerely,
RMines
Added by r mines on Jan 08, 2015 2:07 PM
Chris Falteisek
RE: Weberg family
Thank you Kathie. This is great how you are helping us all out. Know that all of your time & dedication is greatly appreciated! Chris
Added by Chris Falteisek on Oct 26, 2014 2:29 PM
Chris Falteisek
RE: Weberg family
Thank you Kathie! This is greatly appreciated. Do you have Stockhohlm roots? I'm probably related to over half of Stockholm going back in time... Your help on findagrave is greatly appreciated. Chris
Added by Chris Falteisek on Oct 26, 2014 2:02 PM
S.A. Balow
Balow transfers
Thank you for the transfers Kathie. I just have to mention how much I love the photo of you and that large memorial stone, it is awesome!
All my best,
Sue
Added by S.A. Balow on Oct 25, 2014 4:16 PM
Chris Falteisek
RE: Weberg family
Kathie, Norris Weberg & his sister, Frances Weberg Steien (siblings) are my aunt & uncle. Their sister Florence Weberg Johnson also married a cousin. I knew their other siblings from family gatherings. Through marriage I am related to over half of the Stockholm, Lund & Pepin, WI area. If I can be of any help, or maybe we have a connection - my e-mail is in my profile. Thanks for all your work on findagrave. Chris
Added by Chris Falteisek on Oct 19, 2014 8:22 PM
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