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Banjo (#48437914)
 member for 2 years, 7 months, 27 days
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Bio Photo In my spare time I enjoy hiking, making music, and researching family history.

My family has ancestors from Norway, the Netherlands, and other European countries who eventually settled in central Illinois, central Iowa, southern Minnesota, and west central Wisconsin.
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 • 7 Memorials Added
 • 8 Memorials Managed
 • 20 Photos
 • 2 Volunteer Photos Taken
Messages left for Banjo (4)[Leave Message]
Teresa Howard Robertson
Thank you so very much!
For taking photos for me in Arkdale.

I read some of your correspondence with Sandra Sannes. She has helped me a lot.

I too, am a descendant of Norwegian immigrants who settled in Arkdale. I got to visit once, in 1978. I am a Californian. Some of my predecessors moved from Wisconsin to Oregon and Washington. My parents moved from Washington to California in 1964.

:)
Teresa
Added by Teresa Howard Robertson on May 27, 2016 4:00 PM
Sandra Sannes
carl wane svendsen
Banjo..I edited what you requested however I don't understand why if carl was annes 2nd husband why he would carry her 1st husbands last name to his grave..This does not make sense to me however I edited what I felt was ok.I would be more interested in more info regarding this families relationship to understand it better.I live in walking distant to the cemetery. Sandra
Added by Sandra Sannes on May 12, 2016 7:27 AM
cynthia mullens
RE: Simeon Parcher Photo
You're welcome!
Added by cynthia mullens on Jun 15, 2014 4:40 AM
A.A.Hinz
Ose
I was unaware until a few years ago that Mr. Ose had a widow. We are distant cousins, so I wanted a picture of his widow's grave. I did not know that he was buried with her. I haven't been to Collins in many years, if ever. I will correct my records. Thank You. I am not sure if he has a Find-A-Grave entry. I will have to look. He was killed in World War II, so I can only assume that his remains were returned to Iowa at some point.
Added by A.A.Hinz on May 28, 2014 3:52 PM
 

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