|Rachel Keller (#46608704)|
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OAK HILL CEMETERY, RICHFIELD- MINNEAPOLIS MN|
Questions regarding burials at Oak Hill Cemetery, Richfield-Minneapolis, Mn. @ 5901 Lyndale Ave. send me an email. LJP and I have transcribed the burial records.
***any memorial I have posted that has a yellow sunflower as a token, has no marker in place**
If sending me an email please note: there is an underscore between rachel & keller.
Families I am researching: Keller of York Co., Pa., Ohio, Iowa: Pearce/Pierce of Ohio, Iowa: Bartlett of W.Va and Kansas: Thompson of Ohio, Illinois and Nebraska, Darst of Ohio & Illinois, Hanson and Clendennen of Pa.
Pay it forward! Take a few photo's of someplace close to where you live and post them. It may be someone's "brick wall".
...please be respectful of all who post photos, leave tokens, establish memorials and contribute information. This is people helping people!
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Bev Bobryk, C & N Rasmussen, Cindi P, Dolly Purcell, Friends of Oak ..., Glenda Martinda..., Hanson 26, Jason Scott, KATHY, Linda Carey Sch..., LJP, Sherry Young, Steven Ukasick
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|luellen wagner||RE: Edna May Roberts Sly|
Thanks for your time and help in locating Edna.
I've removed her from Oak Hill. It is likely she is buried with her infants in the Roberts family plot. I appreciate definitely knowing.
Regards, luellen wagner
|cathy w||Enos Sanford|
Rachel, I appreciate your efforts to record the information for Enos Sanford. I am working with his 2 nd great niece Kathyn Stark to find her Sanford family members. Do you have any contact information for his family?
If so would you give them my e-mail and phone. She is visiting MN from Arizona for the next 2 weeks.
Thank you in advance for your help. Cathy W.
Added by cathy w on Jul 14, 2017 6:20 PM
|John Kelly||Louis Mayer|
Thank you for adding the lot description for Louis Mayer. Since contacting you last, I visited the grave site and have the GPS coordinates for you to add.
GPS Coordianates of Louis Mayer's Grave Stone:
Find A Grave Memorial# 21236225
Thanks again for your help.
His wife is buried to the left of him and his oldest son to the right. I'll be adding these memorials tonight.
|John Kelly||Louis Mayor, Find A Grave Memorial# 21236225|
A distant cousin of mine will probably be asking you to let her manage this memorial, but in the mean time, could you add this description of the grave site: Louis Mayer is buried in Section 17 Block 13 Lot 5 of St. Mary’s Cemetery.
I got this directly from St. Mary's Cemetery. Thanks for your help.
My cousin's name is Johanna Vasicek.
|radome||Paul George, Los Banos cemetery|
Just wanted to let you know I am also including pictures of Lorene A george who is buried next to Paul.
Added by radome on Jun 02, 2017 2:57 PM
|Ron Clute||Pearl Roberts|
Rachel, Thank you so very much for the information on the gravesite of Pearl Roberts.
The first thing I will do when I win the "big" lottery is have headstones for all the people who were neglected.......
|Karen Reiser||RE: Carl Cunningham|
Thank You for posting it - I felt Carl's was such a unique story and I was hoping you'd appreciate it :)
|Shirley Mitchell||RE: Carolyn Brown|
Thank you. It looks fine.
I tried to send you an edit to put the link back for her 1st husband, Samuel Brown, but of course it won't let me do that because there is already a husband link there.
So could you add: #91158532 (Samuel F. Brown) as her spouse? Marriage year: 1825
And put Marriage year: 1841 under Alexander Brown.
Then everyone is where they are supposed to be. Again... sorry for the confusion.
Under the part about Samuel & Caroline marrying could you add this:
Their children were Helen Marr, Rollin Jackson, John R, Loyal Parson, Emma, Henry Gardiner, and Alonzo F. (Their daughter Emma, born 1830, died before the 1840 census).
They also had his children from his 1st marriage: Samuel Clark, James Brinsmade, and William Riley.
As an added note, I have found that the child Emma that Alexander and Caroline had in 1842 was not their first child, she was their only child. She was named Emma J.
|Rebecca Dunlap||RE: Linda T. Memorial|
Rachel, You are always so nice! I always love working with you and I Thank You for your input always.
|M. R. Clark||RE: Benj Seever/Mary Jane Johnson|
No problem. Thank you!
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