|Carolyn Bingham Rosemore (#46488677)|
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Hand County, South Dakota Genealogy & Family Search Center....with a sneak peek into the surrounding counties. |
I'm a collector and/or compiler of genealogy-type research material, (county and town books, alumni records, yearbooks etc.) and I transcribe and photograph cemeteries. My four sets of great-grandparents came to this area between 1883 & 1901, back in the "homestead days". We've "been here forever"!
Please use the "Edit"/"suggest correction..." button to contact me, and do be specific with FAG memorial #'s, names, cemetery name, and location.
If you have a research question, not related to a specific memorial, just email me, and I'll try to help you as much as possible....csr
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Hi there, thanks for your kind words about my dad Howard - he definitely left us too soon, and there hasn't been a day gone by in over 20 years when I haven't thought of him.
For the page, his wife's maiden name was actually Claire Lafontaine (instead of Fontaine). He had five children - Celina Marie Knippling; Laura Lee Nelsen; Kitara (Mary Beth) Byerly; Jenny Allen; and Michael Paul Lambert Knippling. I can confirm he was the son of Lambert and Alice (right now it says calculated on the relationship) and brother to Robert Knippling, Katherine Van Balen, Margaret Knippling, and Helen Peterson. Since his death, his kids have produced six amazing grandkids who were greatly cheated of not having Grandpa Howard there to encourage them in naughty pranks on their parents..
He was an electronic engineer by trade, but a computer wizard and aficionado by heart. He was a good man who would have enjoyed everything about the computer revolution, so the thought that he died when it was just starting to take off in the mid 1990's is always a source of heartbreak to us kids. He built his own computer in the 1970's, cobbling together parts including using a tape recorder as a hard drive of sorts.
|Sue Hale Sheppard||Orena Testerman #71686563|
Thanks you for accepting the edits for the memorial of Orena Testerman #71686563
I would be pleased if you would go to my Bio and visit my parents' memorials by clicking on their links.
|PC||Clyde E. Willard|
I was wondering if you might be related to Clyde? His mother, Leota Moore, is my great aunt and I'm hoping to find more information on the Moore family. Thank you for posting the obituary about Clyde. It gives me quite a bit to go on.
Added by PC on Apr 14, 2017 8:11 PM
|Dug||RE: Darling Family photos|
Your welcome, It's truely my pleasure. I tried cleaning up the marker for Frances and Leroy Darling with little success, it's pretty well weathered.
Added by Dug on Mar 17, 2017 2:09 PM
I have made the corrections. Thanks for letting me know. :-)
Added by Becky on Mar 15, 2017 5:31 PM
|D.E. Losey||Michael Clyde Losey|
Thank you for the information, and taking the time for the great photo of his headstone.
|D.E. Losey||Victoria A (Losey) Dragoo|
Thank you for the information, and taking the time for the great photo of her headstone.
|Bill Kube||Rockham Grace Cemetery|
I will be coming to South Dakota in May 2017 and was wondering if you knew who had the burial records for Rockham Grace Cemetery. I am also looking for a map of the cemetery. The last names i am interested in is Buss, Hofmann and Hagemann. Thank you
|Elaine and Bill Schrock||Transfers|
Earl and Betty Abbott have been transferred to your account.
|K Alt||RE: Carrie E. (Cranston) Cranston # 95306779 Explanation|
Added by K Alt on Dec 07, 2016 3:29 PM
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