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Dawn (#46831313)
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Bio Photo I have been in genealogy a short time, and find it very interesting. I am trying to find more details and more names, and the searching is half the fun! (Kinda like putting together a Jigsaw Puzzle.) Some of the surnames I am interested in are Williams, Moran, Grove, Schmedel, Otto, Bender, Strzyzewski, Cesarz, Christensen, Langendorf, Dorfmeister,(and countless others).

I have my tree started at Please feel free to stop over and say hello, and if you would like to share any tips, and family branches, that would be great! I would love to hear from you.

I wanted to thank everyone for adding virtual flowers to all my friends, family, and interments, (even the family and friends that I did not add, but are here). I have been trying to return the good gesture, but if I haven't gotten to some or all of your interments, please be patient. I think it's a wonderful thing to give flowers to someone, even if it's virtually!

Here is the link to my Best Friend, and Grandmother:
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Tom Jennings
RE: 18496205 John V. Campbell
Just sent it again.Sent it to myself, also, just in case.
Added by Tom Jennings on Apr 23, 2017 2:45 PM
Tom Jennings
RE: 18496205 John V. Campbell
Just sent it again.Sent it to myself, also, just in case.
Added by Tom Jennings on Apr 23, 2017 11:32 AM
Tom Jennings
RE: 18496205 John V. Campbell
Did you get my email with the obituary?
Added by Tom Jennings on Apr 20, 2017 6:08 AM
Alan L. Swartz
George H, Swartz
Hello, you left a notification with flowers in 2014 at George H Swartz site in Eau Claire, Wis. #47207644. I was just wondering if you were related to him. Contact Thank You.
Added by Alan L. Swartz on Mar 14, 2017 5:29 PM
Tom Jennings
18496205 John V. Campbell
I have a copy of his obituary from the Courier-Post, Monday May 7, 1951. It lists his children's names and the names of his siblings. If you would like it I can email it to you.

Added by Tom Jennings on Feb 15, 2017 8:10 AM
Jim Sindberg
Robert Joseph Sindberg
Hi Dawn, I'm searching for Robert Joseph Sindberg, the brother of Warren John Sindberg. You had just transferred Warren to me, so I thought maybe you have access to Pine Lawn Cemetery records. Robert died on 22 March 2002 in Manitowish Waters. He was born 22 April 1937. Suggestions please. Jim Sindberg 51980495.
Added by Jim Sindberg on Sep 05, 2016 10:34 AM
Jim Sindberg
RE: Sindberg transfer request
Thank you for the 3 transfers.
Added by Jim Sindberg on Sep 05, 2016 9:47 AM
Jim Sindberg
Sindberg transfer request
Hi Dawn,
I would appreciate it if you would transfer the following Sindbergs to me:
Andrew Minord Sindberg 51980408 my uncle
Ruth Hellena Wogman Sindberg 51980459 my aunt
Warren John Sindberg 51980495 my cousin
Jim Sindberg 47899232
Added by Jim Sindberg on May 19, 2016 7:21 PM
Jim Sindberg
RE RE Danish Kin
Hi Dawn.
Yuland is most likely Jutland, the peninsula bounded by Germany to the south and the North Sea to the west. There were well over a hundred Christensens born every year. The ending "son" is not the usual Danish spelling. "Son" is more Swedish or Norwegen. Christensen is a patronimic name, not a proper surname. It means son of Christen. His Father's first name would be Christen, but the last name could be something else. The key to Danish genealogy is finding one person's name and where (the parish) they lived. The Danes kept very complete records, not the caos we have in USA. Goog luck, Jim
Added by Jim Sindberg on May 09, 2016 1:16 PM
Jim Sindberg
Danish Kin
Hi Dawn, I see you have an Andrew Christensen of Denmark listed. He does not seem to be related to me. Do you know where in Denmark he immigrated from? Do you know when? I lived 2 years in DK and did a lot of research at their archives. I returned to USA in 1998 and do on-line research into the Danish archives. The Danes are super organized, so research is fairly easy. But you need to know from which parish your Dane came from. If I can be any help, just ask. Jim Sindberg
Added by Jim Sindberg on Apr 24, 2016 2:52 PM
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