|They Are Not Forgotten||RE: Catherine R. McNevin|
Sorry, I just uploaded public records. I don't know anything specific about the Mcnevin family. Good luck!
Added by They Are Not Forgotten on Jul 30, 2017 8:02 PM
|PMS Sillix||John Alm Pioneer Cemetery Mpls|
If you go to his memorial and click on the edit button you will be able to send the changes directly to me. There is also an option for "other changes" where you can type other biographical information. Regards, PMS Sillix
Added by PMS Sillix on Jul 14, 2016 3:33 PM
|Runner Mary||RE: Pistohls|
Hi Alison, Have added the photos for them. Mary
Added by Runner Mary on Jul 01, 2016 9:46 AM
|Runner Mary||RE: Margaret Noonan|
Hi Alison, Located close to the Noonans are Leo and Mary Pistohl. I don't have dates, just the names are listed on the sheet I have. I can get photos in a few days if they're the right ones. I can also look for more Abrahams by them. Mary
Added by Runner Mary on Jun 29, 2016 7:11 PM
|Runner Mary||Henry Abrahams|
I now see that Henry has a memorial so added his stone picture.
Added by Runner Mary on Jun 29, 2016 3:26 PM
|Runner Mary||RE: Noonan|
Hi Alison, You're very welcome. Next to Cornelius is Margaret Noonan 1861-1935 and Henry Herbert Abrahams 1904-1921. I do have photos of their stones if you're interested. Mary
Added by Runner Mary on Jun 29, 2016 3:24 PM
|JAZZ||Re: Cornelius Noonan|
Since you know he was buried at Riverside Cemetery in Oshkosh, WI. I would suggest you create a memorial for him there. The info. I found for him on Ancestry is a birth date of July 10, in either 1894 or 1896 (dependent upon the source) in Morris Minnesota. He died December 14, 1944.
Once you create the memorial, click on the tab "Request a photo". Unfortunately I live 80 miles from the cemetery, and seldom go to Oshkosh. However, there are a number of photo volunteers for Riverside, one of whom I am certain will be able to take the photo if the stone is there.
Added by JAZZ on May 31, 2016 2:31 PM
|Ebba Ramsay-Bokelberg||Gunnar Erik Theodor Nilsson|
my grandfather Gustaf Rickard Nilsson was the brother of Gunnar Erik, Carl and Axel Bernard Nelson who emigrated to Minneapolis!
I would be greatful if you could give me informations about still living relativs in US.
Added by Ebba Ramsay-Bokelberg on Aug 09, 2015 11:47 PM
|Steve Carlson||RE: Gunnar Erik Theodore Nelson|
Emigration record for Axel:
Nilsson, Axel Bernhard
Varvsarbetarson (unmarried man)
b. 9/13/1896 in Karlskrona stadsförs, Blekinge län (Blekinge)
from 9:54, Karlskrona stadsförs, Blekinge län (Blekinge)
Source: Household Examination Roll, p. 2371
Emibas migration file ID: Karlskrona stadsförs K 1914 021
Parish of birth: Karlskrona Stad
Added by Steve Carlson on Aug 03, 2015 9:35 PM
|Steve Carlson||RE: Gunnar Erik Theodore Nelson|
You are welcome. Swedish genealogy is a hobby of mine. If they are interested in learning more about his family or possibly finding living relatives in Sweden, let me know.
Added by Steve Carlson on Aug 03, 2015 6:46 PM
|Devon||RE: Johnson family|
All processed for you :-) Hopefully, I'll be able to get back there this weekend to continue upping the percentages!
Added by Devon on Jul 17, 2015 8:58 AM
|Devon||RE: The Johnsons|
It's my pleasure!
Added by Devon on Jun 03, 2015 5:02 AM
Jonas and Carolina Charlotta are found! I posted the picture for you. I hope that the picture is o.k. I was having a little struggle with the lighting at that time of day.
Have a great day!
Added by Devon on Jun 02, 2015 6:47 PM
|Rich H.||RE: Spruce Run Hunterdon County|
Thanks for the kind words! I had a lot of help linking many of them from Donna Lamerson.
Added by Rich H. on May 25, 2015 5:54 PM
|Kris Harper Bush||Daniel & Kathryn Campbell|
OK Alison I deleted my two entries and put the photo on both of yours, Very nice tributes, glad you saw mine and we could put photo with memorial. I live in Idaho now, but grew up in CA, and one day we were searching for one of our own relatives and I just shot a couple hundred photos along the way and then posted them. Find a Grave is usually really good team work. Good luck. -Kris Bush
Added by Kris Harper Bush on Feb 16, 2015 3:26 PM
|Kris Harper Bush||Kathryn "Kitty" Campbell|
I added the gravestone photo to your site as requested- I should eliminate my post as yours is beautiful and thorough, as long as you have all the cemetery info on there-- I'll take a look. Nice page, with love. -Kris Bush
Added by Kris Harper Bush on Feb 16, 2015 3:18 PM
|Maureen||Daniel Thomas Campbell|
I added the Sonny Boy to his name as a nick name. I also added a photo of his grave marker.
Added by Maureen on Feb 16, 2015 9:41 AM
|Robert John Chudek||RE: John Ekstrom Scandinavian Cemetery|
I removed the two winter photographs.
Added by Robert John Chudek on Feb 13, 2015 10:06 PM
Yes, I know the effort :-) I've done similar with my family and am working on the second book. The first was over 200 pages for my mom's side and now for my dad's side who wrote a diary when he was the secretary to the wagon master on a wagon train to California in the 1850s. I also love ancestry.com. Please do send me the list and I'll make certain that they are located in the spring when the ground in the cemetery is all thawed and all of the grave stones are accessible.
I'll send my e-mail directly to your e-mail.
Added by Devon on Feb 09, 2015 6:20 PM
I've taken care of the duplicate issue :-) Also I added the family plot marker that goes with that group of gravestones. It's fun to see the cemetery getting more and more complete over the months. I also try to fill in additional information from the Minnesota Historical Society. This is all a truly group effort, isn't it. :-) You note that you are related to about 1/4 of the cemetery. I am related to no one there, but knew many of the people and have been through there so many times, that I feel like I'm related to them :-) Do you live in the area?
Added by Devon on Feb 09, 2015 1:53 PM
It's my pleasure to take the pictures. :-) I had to stop this fall when the weather turned and will be continuing the task in the spring.
Added by Devon on Jan 11, 2015 5:30 AM
|Diana Douglas||RE: Emery family|
You're welcome..It makes the cemetery walking worth while.
Added by Diana Douglas on Jul 11, 2011 8:02 PM
|Ted Storck||You are welcome|
You are most welcome; pleased to remember those who went before us.
Added by Ted Storck on Jan 13, 2011 4:25 AM