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Ren (#46838761)
 member for 11 years, 4 months, 26 days
Marie Larimore
Thank you for making the edit I requested.

Added by Morford on Jan 03, 2017 11:18 PM

Nancy Johnson
Correction: Ruth Carey
Ren, please make a correction to the record of Ruth Carey (1899-1977), Evergreen Cemetery, Afton MN. I have verified that her cremains ARE indeed buried in this marked grave. Many thanks. -- Granddaughter

Added by Nancy Johnson on Oct 20, 2016 1:01 PM

Find A Grave Memorial# 17359641
Would you please make the edit request to this grave? Thanks.

Added by Mark on Sep 16, 2016 7:52 PM

wrong cemetery
I ask again, would you please change the cemetery pic for Robert Daskam, #125609720. There are 2 different cemeteries in Washington, Shawano County, his is the TOWN of Washington. Thanks.

Added by Mark on Sep 04, 2016 8:26 PM

check for edits
Please check your message box for pending edits and take care of them. Thanks.

Added by Mark on Aug 31, 2016 7:59 AM

cemetery picture
Please change the cemetery picture of Robert Daskam ID#: 125609720. You have the wrong St. Paul cemetery of Bonduel on this entry.

Added by Mark on Aug 14, 2016 12:34 PM

deanna french
Douglas County FAG;C.P.Coy
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our "Old Soldiers that had ties to Vermont.. I am asking you if I may use the photo you posted for Chauncey Coy, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? (, and perhaps others that I may discover, also with a Vt. connection

You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
Deanna French

Added by deanna french on Aug 04, 2016 8:22 PM

deanna french
Douglas County FAG;C.P.Coy
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our "Old Soldiers that had ties to Vermont.. I am asking you if I may use the photo you posted for Chauncey Coy, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? (, and perhaps others that I may discover, also with a Vt. connection

You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
Deanna French

Added by deanna french on Aug 04, 2016 8:22 PM

Mary Christensen
Shipley's in Shipley Cemetery
Thank you so much for taking pictures of all of my Shipley family's in the Fort Calhoun, Washington County, Nebraska (Shipley Cemetery) I contributed several pictures as well. I am looking forward my Mother's father. I can't seem to find him any where.His name is:Joseph Raymond "Ray" Shipley but folks called him "Ray". YThe family lived in Florence Pct. in Douglas County, Ne. June 5, 1893 is his birth date. He died in 1950 I believe. I would appreciate it if you could try to locate him. He could be any where in Douglas County, Nebraska. Most of the Shipley's are buried at the Shipley Cemetery and others are buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Omaha, Douglas Co., but I couldn't find "Ray" there. I am so stumped! I would love to find his burial. Thank you again for all you do...Mary Christensen

Added by Mary Christensen on Apr 16, 2016 7:03 PM

Greg Ashley
Find A Grave Memorial# 16796892
Please consider adding the following to the memorial listed in the subject header.

Regards and thanks


Omaha World Herald (Nebraska)
May 8, 2000, Monday METRO EDITION

SPIEGAL-Jeffrey S., age 47 yrs. Survived by wife, Devra "Dede"; sons, Justin, Joseph, Andrew; mother, Merrian, all of Omaha; sister, Susan Weinstein, Plymouth, MN. GRAVESIDE SERVICE 1 pm Tues at Beth Israel Cemetery (Mt. Sinai), 76th & Crown Point. In lieu of flowers, memorials to American Cancer Society.

Added by Greg Ashley on Feb 05, 2016 7:49 AM

Lucy Strenlow 19254321
Is it possible that this is Strehlow? as well as the two infants who passed?

Added by Wendy on Jan 11, 2016 11:44 AM

Frederick A. Anderson-Springwell
Hi, You have a Memorial: Find A Grave Memorial# 19891215 for Charles F. Anderson.

A few feet away is an identical marker (concrete w/ a very small, metal plaque) from the Smith Funeral Home in Minden, NE for Frederick A. Anderson "Died January 1891, Aged 2 Years 2 Months Days"

I have taken a photo of this monument. I'd be happy to upload it to his memorial if you create one. Larry

Added by Larry4270 on Dec 25, 2015 8:05 PM

Agnes Christiansen 1892-1907
Hello, I am (slowly) photographing all of Springwell Danish Cemetery; I found Agnes in Block 1. Parents: Find A Grave Memorial# 19891326
I believe Agnes is the daughter of Sorinius F and Christiane M Christiansen. Headstone was in same plot, but no F-A-G Memorial. I have the photo if you'd like it. Larry

PS: If you have any requests for this cemetery, I'm available - (I've only finished shooting Block 1 so far.)

Added by Larry4270 on Dec 24, 2015 9:02 AM

Dixie Lambert
An obituary
The following is an obituary for Jens P. Christiansen who is buried in the Kennard Cemetery at Kennard, NE and burial info. Would you post them to his record. It is Find A Grave #17808494. He is buried in Blk 6 Lot 37 Sp 5

Date and place of publication of this newspaper article was not recorded.



Jens P. Christiansen, 63, retired Kennard farmer, died Friday at Dodge County Community Hospital at Fremont.

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Christiansen, he was born Nov. 4, 1884, and farmed in this county for many years. He and Inger Andersen were married in 1910.

Surviving Mr. Christiansen are his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Orville Allison of Tekamah and Mrs. Elmer Desler of Blair; two sons, Walter and Vernon Christiansen, both of Kennard; his aged mother, Mrs. Peter Christiansen; three brothers and a sister; and six grandchildren.

Funeral services, with arrangements in charge of the Bendorf Funeral Home in Blair, were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Kennard Lutheran Church. The Rev. P. L. Thorslev, pastor, officiated, and interment followed in Kennard cemetery. Jack Jacobsen was soloist at the funeral, with Prof. Paul Nyholm of Blair as accompanist.

Among those present from out of town for the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Hansen of Minden; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiese and daughters of Cherry county; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Eastergaard, Harry Eastergaard, and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Beck, all of Custer county; Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Benson, Mrs. Roy Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Orie Andersen and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Petersen and son, all of South Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. Anders Anderson and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Andersen, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Andersen, Mr. and Mrs. Erving Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rickert, all of Oakland; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Andersen and daughter, A. C. Nelson, Mrs. Ford, all of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gottsch, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Betts and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Grant, all of Hooper.

Added by Dixie Lambert on Aug 18, 2015 12:11 PM

Dianne Wulf Krueger
RE: Duplicates
I don't think you will need to transfer. I may add maybe couple three times. It is a mess. I am getting it done . I just hate waiting for the changes that's what is hard. But then on the happy side I get to meet such nice people like you

Added by Dianne Wulf Krueger on Feb 10, 2015 5:32 PM

Jack W. Davis
George J. Schandelmier
George J. Schandelmier's middle name was Joseph. He was born in Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa and died at the Veterans Hospital in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. He married Linda Eugenna Wayne on April 14, 1950.

I knew George and Linda since I was a little boy.

Jack W. Davis

Added by Jack W. Davis on Dec 24, 2014 2:56 AM

Dale & Patti
The Gibbs trio
Many thanks for the transfer of cousin Wellington Gibbs and his family. It is very much appreciated and hopefully I can add more info to their memorials as I continue to research the Gibbs branch of my family tree.

Added by Dale & Patti on Jul 18, 2014 7:10 PM

janie rainwater
RE: Dallas Green
Thanks for all your help!

Added by janie rainwater on May 08, 2013 11:16 AM

janie rainwater
RE: Dallas Green
Thanks so much for your quick reply! Being sort of new to all this, what exactly does it mean for you to transfer this to me? I can tell you help a lot of people, and I want you to know how much I appreciate all you do.

Added by janie rainwater on May 05, 2013 1:45 PM

Good Morning, I found that you had started and added photos of Rudolph & Julia Karlik. I was wondering: Are you of any relation to them? I am trying to find out if there is a link to my family. They were the other Karlik family in South Omaha at the same time as my family. Thank you :)

Added by Karinn on Mar 14, 2013 9:57 AM

Me again
Okay, from what I can see, you manage the following Braack memorials:

John (b. 1846), Anna A. (b. 1849), Elmer, and Gladys.

Elmer is good; he is properly linked to his parents, Henry and Anna (b. 1886).

I have sent you the edit with the link so John can be linked to his proper wife, Anna, whose memorial you also manage.

Gladys is another story. She was the daughter of Henry and Anna (b.1886), but I can see no evidence that she ever married (I actually believe that John and the elder Anna may have been her grandparents). It seems she shifted from the family home when she was around 11-13 into the home of her aunt and uncle, the Thadens. I believe you also manage them.

I don't know what happened with her parents, Henry and Anna, but they dropped off the radar by the time the 1930 census rolled around. Obviously they were somewhere, and we know where they were buried, but something happened. Don't know what though.

Okay, preping the info for Gladys, which you will be receiving shortly,


Added by Sheila on Feb 05, 2013 1:05 PM

Vergie McChesney Allen
RE: Cecil Robert Hallowell, Sr.
Ren - Thanks for checking my request out so quickly. I've contacted a relative of Hallowell, Sr. and advised them of the misinformation. Perhaps they'll submit more up-to-date info. Again, thank you.
Vergie McChesney Allen

Added by Vergie McChesney Allen on Feb 05, 2013 10:50 AM

I am about to do it again!!!!!

Okay, Henry (1879), and not John, is the father of those children, per Elmer's obit. Anna (b. 1886), is their mom.

John (b. 1846) is married to the other Anna (b. 1849), and not to Gladys. Maybe these are even Henry's (1879) parents, and I just may snoop around to find out. Soooo frustrating.

Gladys appears to be going by Braack as a maiden name.

Lemme get on this. Thanks again,

Sheila :-/

Added by Sheila on Jan 29, 2013 9:31 PM

Hi Ren,

I believe I am losing my marbles. I have made a very BIG mistake. Actually, John # 16636999, is married to Anna A. # 16637009 . I discovered that because of the headstone on both of their memorials.

But when I went about linking the parents, John and Anna A., to their children, I mistakenly took the memorial number for the other Anna (b. 1886)!!!!! *head thunk, head thunk .... ohhhh.

I made the family links via Elmer's obit contained on his memorial, here:

John H. and Anna A. are the parents of Elmer (b. 1915), Gladys, Harley, Lloyd, Henry Jr, Della Kuhr, Betty Mumm, and Herman.

I might mention that there are two of the children I have not tied in. I suspect Herman is memorial # 3863712 . I cannot locate Lloyd, who was living in Louisville,NE, at all. I mention this just in case you happen to run across something.

Okay, I am going to see what all I messed up here and send out apologies and additional corrections. I KNEW about that other Anna, but I stumbled into that mistake anyway. So upset with myself, but glad you focused my attention back on the Braacks.

So ... per your message to me, Gladys would be the daughter of John and Anna A.(b. 1849), and not the wife of John. I am sorry to create all this confusion, and thank you for your message.

And yes, I agree that it is nice to see these virtual family trees grow, but with the provision that they are with the correct family :-)


Added by Sheila on Jan 29, 2013 9:20 PM

RE: David and Caroline Winter
That is okay...really appreciate the transfer,

Added by DLLW on Jan 29, 2013 8:10 PM


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