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Martha Berryman (#47010282)
 member for 8 years, 9 months, 7 days
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Laura Hawkins
Rubin - John & Lillie
Thank you very much for the headstone photo of John & Lillie's headstone.

Added by Laura Hawkins on Jun 07, 2015 5:16 PM

Farrar and related families
Thank you for the information about Harriet Farrar.

Added by Farrar and related famili... on Jun 07, 2015 12:30 PM

Diane Lohff
Holst Family
Thank you so much for photographing the Holst family stones in Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery. It is much appreciated. Diane

Added by Diane Lohff on Jun 03, 2015 7:26 PM

Darcel Kashmark
Eva Tesch photo
Martha,

Thank you so much for the photo of Eva Tesch's gravestone - much appreciated!!

Darcy Kashmark

Added by Darcel Kashmark on May 08, 2015 3:30 PM

Joey Rickabaugh
Wickersham
Thank you so much for taking and posting the photos of William Alan's two stones. It really means a lot!!

:)Joey

Added by Joey Rickabaugh on May 06, 2015 10:55 PM

hyde park girl scout
Amanda Gust
Thank you for the beautiful grave photo!
~HPGS

Added by hyde park girl scout on May 06, 2015 6:17 PM

KPS
John and Randi Hove
Hello Martha,

Thank you for fulfilling my photo request for John's marker and for including his wife Randi as well. I greatly appreciate your time and effort.

Kind regards,
Ken -

Added by KPS on May 05, 2015 7:15 AM

Dennis Haugen
Pictures posted
Thank you very much for taking the pictures I requested of my family.

Added by Dennis Haugen on May 03, 2015 10:06 PM

jmb
Edwin Hove
Thank you for the nice photos of his grave. I appreciate it very much!

Added by jmb on May 03, 2015 9:14 PM

Graveyard Shift
RE: Stewart Graves
I took one more of a Fred W. Stewart, son of Fred and Bertha with a date of Feb 19 1920. There is no memorial page for him. This marker was next to Fred and Bertha.

Added by Graveyard Shift on Apr 29, 2015 9:10 PM

David Engen
Round Prairie and North Round Prairie
Martha,

Can you tell me if Round Prairie and North Round Prairie are the same cemetery? If not, do you know the locations of each? This would be in Freeborn County near Glenville, MN.

Thank you!

David Engen
davide.engen@gmail.com

Added by David Engen on Mar 07, 2015 6:24 PM

Heidi Olson-Manska
Borsheim
Martha ~ Thank you so much for locating and photographing Julia Johanna Borsheim's headstone! I was worried that no one would be able to locate it. Also the history on the cemetery was very interesting, I never would have imagined she was the first person buried in there. It's great to have her official birth & death dates now! Thanks again, ~ Heidi

Added by Heidi Olson-Manska on Sep 09, 2014 7:47 AM

Eric C.
Anna Davis
Thank You for the photo.. -Eric Cookman

Added by Eric C. on May 12, 2014 9:51 PM

SmithPM
Dale A (Puck) Stier
Would you know, by chance, if the parents of Dale A. (Puck) Stier (#112198114), Albert (1896-1963) and Charlotte (1899-1983) Puck, are buried in the same cemetery (Saint Finbarrs, Grand Meadow, Mower, Minnesota)?
If so, I would be happy to add them to Find A Grave (and link them to their paren ts records).

Added by SmithPM on May 10, 2014 6:40 AM

Juanita Chrz
RE: Anna Pacovsky
Yes, they are part of the family also. I will be looking for them when you get them on the site. Thank you so much for the information.

Juanita

Added by Juanita Chrz on May 04, 2014 11:02 AM

Juanita Chrz
Anna Pacovsky
Martha, Thank you so much for the quick response. The photos are marvelous. You have helped fill in a spot in my research. Thank you for the wonderful job you are doing for so many.

Juanita Chrz

Added by Juanita Chrz on May 03, 2014 3:20 PM

Gale Boetius Perez
Tullberg photos
Martha, thank you so much for the photos of Alfred and Anna's memorial. Best wishes, Gale

Added by Gale Boetius Perez on May 03, 2014 2:47 PM

Bob L.
RE: Schneider Headstones...
Hi Martha, you are welcome. I also took a pic of Kevin Schneider that is 1 row over, and 1 spot over. Take care, Bob.

Added by Bob L. on Oct 15, 2013 3:40 PM

Dick H.
RE: Wolkerstorfer Headstones
You're very welcome.

Added by Dick H. on Oct 08, 2013 8:12 AM

Cindy (Seifert) Cooper Abelson
Samuel King
I wont to Thank You very much for taking the Pictures for me of Caroline King and Samuel King
Thank you
Cindy

Added by Cindy (Seifert) Cooper Ab... on Sep 16, 2013 7:33 PM

Bill T. Whitis
RE: Speights headstone...
You are most welcome.

Added by Bill T. Whitis on Sep 07, 2013 8:03 PM

Janice
Leonard Orning
Thanks so much for transfer, Martha... I should have obit and dc next week and can get it filled in!
Janice

Added by Janice on Aug 22, 2013 9:35 PM

JBS Gauger
RE: Edson Union
Martha, You are very welcome. My family has a summer cabin not far from Edson and Boyd. I go past there every time I am in the area. A very good friend of mine is the sexton of Edson Union and is helping locate gravesites. She has been in the area quite awhile and is familiar with a lot of the families.
Judie Gauger

Added by JBS Gauger on Aug 02, 2013 7:16 PM

Vicky Johnson Crane
Zelina and Maria Shilts
Zelina and Maria Shilts are buried between Andrew & Lydia Shilts and Mary Shilts, wife of Chester. I have no stones for them -- and their names are in parenthesis in the Edson Union records. I suspect they had no stones. Both have dates and are followed by "cemetery book." There is another interesting thing here. The graves are in Section B, Row 6. They are in a group of graves from #15 - #20. Buried at #15, apparently with no stone, is Charles F Shilts, son of B.V. and B.J. Shilts, August 29, 1889 - Octover 7, 1889. (In parentheses.) #16 is Lydia and #17 is Andrew. #18 is Zelina and #19 is Maria. #20 is Mary, wife of Chester. I have no idea who Charles is or who his parents would be. Maybe you could figure this out. I added him to the cemetery record here -- and can easily transfer him to you if he's related to you, too.

Oh, one thing I forgot to note about Susan Hayes. There is a note in the book that "John Hayes pd $2 on lot." You might know who he would be.

Added by Vicky Johnson Crane on Jul 30, 2013 11:17 PM

Vicky Johnson Crane
Jackson and George Shilts
Louvicy, Jackson, and George Shilts are buried in Section B, Row 7, graves #21, #22, and #23. #21 is Louvicy, #22 is Jackson, #23 is George. In the Edson Union Cemetery Records, Jackson and George are in parenthesis with their names and "cemetery book" noted behind their names, also in parentheses. This probably means there are no stones. There are dates in the book for Jackson, but no dates noted for George. I took a picture of Louvicy's monument. Again, I went and changed the order of my pictures from alphabetical to the order in which they were taken. I have no other Shilts stones pictured besides Louvicy. It is possible, however, that there names are somewhere on Louvicy's monument and simply are no longer legible.
Again, I will drive to the cemetery and check.

Added by Vicky Johnson Crane on Jul 30, 2013 10:47 PM

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