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Vickie Storlie (#47041543)
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 • 129 Memorials Added
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Thank you
for taking your time to fill my request for Richard Pedersen.
Bless you.
Added by Vanora on Jul 08, 2016 3:35 PM
no problem one way other the other, use whatever you want, some people say "contributed by donna" some others don't. I just see it as an challenge to see if I can link up family. However as the one article said she had 15 children, so there are several missing.
Added by donna on Jun 30, 2015 9:37 PM
V Disher
Disher photo
Thank you for taking the photos of the Disher stones. I appreciate it!
Added by V Disher on Apr 30, 2015 8:12 PM
Jan Cunard
RE: Margaret Genevieve Burnes
I know, but my ex had it wrong in some places.
BTW, thanks for all your dedicated hard work. It is appreciated.
Added by Jan Cunard on Aug 29, 2014 7:07 PM
Jan Cunard
RE: Margaret Genevieve Burnes
Sorry, but I don't think there were any memorial markers in St. Aiden's cemetery, but I could be wrong.
Added by Jan Cunard on Aug 28, 2014 10:34 AM
Jan Cunard
RE: Margaret Genevieve Burnes
Thanks, Vicki:

Her parents were Lewis Burnes and Mary Ryan. Lewis was the one who planted all the evergreens around the St. Aiden's cemetery. John W. was their second oldest son. Mary was only 44 when she died of heart disease. Lewis and his siblings owned much of the land around Beaver Lake. I have done a fair amount of research in recording the people at St. Aiden's through the years, so if you have any questions about the Irish who died in the early years, don't hesitate to ask. My grandparents are also buried there: Margaret Burnes Sullivan and Cornelius Raymond Sullivan. My uncle, Lewis Sullivan kept the burial records for many years. Hope this helps.
BURIAL: St. Aiden's Cemetery, Bath, Freeborn Co., MN Lot #A-29 BURNES John W. 1870 - 11 May 1893 (23-4-8)
Mary (Mrs. Lewis) 6 Jun 1845 - 4 Mar 1889
Lewis 18 Dec 1835 - 11 Jul 1921
{right side} Lewis Burnes born Dec. 18 1835, died July 11, 1921 {left side} Mary wife of Lewis Burnes born June 6, 1845, died Mar. 4, 1889
May her soul rest in peace. Amen.
A precious one from us is gone
A voice we loved is silent
A place is vacant in our home
That never can be filled.
{front} John W. Burnes died May 11, 1893, aged 23 y's 4 m's 8 d's {footstones -
left to right} Father 1835-1921
Mother 1845-1889
John W. 1870-1893
William 1878-1898
Added by Jan Cunard on Mar 10, 2014 1:36 PM
Jan Cunard
Margaret Genevieve Burnes
"Maggie" was born on 20 Aug 1879 at the Burnes farm in Berlin (Beaver Lake), Steele Co, MN and died on 25 July 1958 at the Sullivan farm in Bath, Freeborn Co, MN. She married Cornelius Raymond (C.R.) Sullivan on 25 Nov 1902. Maggie's parents were Lewis Burnes and Mary Ryan. Lewis and his descendants kept the "e" in Burnes while some of his siblings and uncles dropped the "e" to distinguish themselves as so many had the same first name.
Added by Jan Cunard on Mar 07, 2014 5:08 PM
Carol Lesch
Florence Lunde
Thank you, Vickie, for taking a picture of Florence Lunde's grave. I really appreciate it!
Added by Carol Lesch on Oct 20, 2011 8:12 PM
Kathy Stroope Veasey
Mrs. Alfred Burnham..
thanks so much for the gravesite photo.. Kathy
Added by Kathy Stroope Veasey on May 25, 2011 5:53 PM
Transfer memorials
Hi Vickie,
Hi Vickie,
Just today I was about to enter information on George and Mildred M. Rhodes Flora and found you had already listed them both.
If they are not your relation would you be willing to transfer their memorials to me as Mildred is or was a cousin of mine and I can enter additional info into both their bios.
Chuck Rhodes
Added by piperclr on Feb 07, 2010 12:25 PM
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