|Evelyn Bishop (#48085908)|
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I am locating my family members-on my dad's side: Rustad's, Johnson's, and Munson's from Cokato to Donnelly,& Bemidji, MN; my sister & I are the last of the Rustad's descended from Johannes & Ellen from Norway.|
My mother's maiden name was Wolf (Knan)from Germany-very difficult to get info on.
My(dad's side)grandmother's family: Woods from Sheldon, ND, her grandparents also tied to Germany. (Feiling)
I located my daughter's family: (#1)Kirkhuff, Schultz members in KS/OK. while married to #1 I attended WSU in Wichita, KS.
I moved back to MN from KS after #2 (Brett)left me a widow, my ex moved to AL and has since passed away. I remarried & now I'm starting to help my husband(#3)find his family in IL - Bishop's.
My husband Larry and I are Navy veterans, also: Air National Guard for me; Marines & Army National Guard for him.
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Brent Bruderer, Cynthia , Delila Duffy, Eliza, GWP, Jeanne Boutang..., Larry Bishop, michelle hardwi..., T Burt, Tara Reese, Uno
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|Grace Petron||RE: Sidney Sand|
Was your grandmother's sister's husband from Canada? The ones I am looking for is William and Sexton, I think brothers, who are in Quiring driving logs on the Blackduck River in 1900. They were from Canada. If your Bowman was from Canada I will have more questions! Sexton was not married but William was and was naturalized and had been married for many years. Wife does not show on census so their home might have been elsewhere. People I can't find make me stubbornly pursue any clues. Thank you. Grace I have a bachelor John Rustad in the Foy cemetery; he was in an old township ledger and appears to have been single all his life.
|Grace Petron||Sidney Sand|
I found references to Foy & McKinnon Logging Co in a Sand interview; if you have any written history re early logging in addition, I would like to get copies. I find that Northome and on east got much better permanent coverage than the Red Lake area re: early companies and where their camps were. I grew up next door to an old campsite called Bowman's Camp or Bohlman's Camp, as it is spelled sometimes and have never found the Bowmans after 1900 on the census. There were still giant burned stumps and pails and dishpans very rusted out, "out in the woods" near my home.
|Maureen S||RE: Mary Sand|
There may be more obituaries coming you way. I am going through books of them and adding to findagrave memorials.
That is why then I couldn't find his area. I had another person who I found out his burial was private.
Added by Dawn on Oct 04, 2014 6:03 PM
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