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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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|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.
|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
|cynthia mullens||RE: Simeon Parcher Photo|
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