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I grew up in a small town in southern MN and now live in the Twin Cities. My family roots are in the Sandstone and Kenyon/Wanamingo areas. Most of my Find A Grave work is done in Goodhue County MN.|
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|Ann Day||Ida Larrabee Allen|
Thank you for getting the photo of her tombstone! She is a distant cousin.
Added by Ann Day on Feb 27, 2017 11:35 AM
|Kartomb||Gilson and Crosby in Lakewood Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the beautiful headstone photos you took in Lakewood cemetery and kindly shared with everyone. I may never get there in person but now I have seen them. Thanks for your time and trouble.
Added by Kartomb on Feb 26, 2017 5:08 PM
Thank you Dave! Great shots and I see a beautiful day to be out! This honors a Civil War Vet and his Wife.
Thank you for posting their memorial gravestone photos!!!
|Sharon Palmer||Marjorie E Holbrook #035067021|
Thank you for the photo, I appreciate the time and effort that it takes. Sharon
|wanda nitterhouse||Josie Ebersole|
Thank you for her photo as well.
|wanda nitterhouse||Christian Ebersole|
Thank you for the Christian Ebersole photo!
Thank you for the marker photo for Agnes. Looks like your snow is all gone.
Added by kateb on Feb 22, 2017 4:01 AM
|Audrey and Ron||David Edwards|
Dave, thanks for taking the photos of David Edwards grave. He built the first Stone building in Minneapolis, MN actually St. Anthony at the time. It unfortunately was destroyed when Pillsbury bought the property. It was 3 stories tall. He lived in the house, had a business in the ground floor, a meeting hall on the second and a living space on the 3rd floor. He perpetrated a cave hoax in the local newspaper that was even put into an encyclopedia! He supplied staples to lots of people who settled here. He moved here from Dover, MO in 1853.
|Bo Nordenfors||Swen Pearson|
Re. Find a Grave Memorial# 92285174
Thnak you so much! This is a relative of mine. He had a brother, Jens, who went to Australia. His descendants still there.
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