|Lisa Gerald||Lorinda Wormley obit|
Appears in the Aurora Daily Express, Thursday, June 25, 1885 (page 3 of the newspaper itself). "Old Mrs. L. Wormley, who has been insane for some time, died Tuesday."
|Andrew L.||RE: Lorinda Wormley|
A memorial can be more complete than another, but the "first come-first serve" rule applies on this website. You can ask the other contributor for a transfer or suggest all the corrections. Find a grave is already messed up some with millions of duplicate memorials. Thanks, Andy
|KDQ||RE: Amy Fae Mills|
Miss Amy is all yours.
I will eventually get to that part of the cemetery to take photos.
There is a gentleman who has been fulfilling individual photo requests for Forest Lawn if you would like one sooner.
I'm still working on the "back 40" of Forest Lawn right now.
Added by KDQ on Jan 07, 2016 3:14 PM
|Linda Claxton 💕||RE: Lewis Graves|
I just realized you were the volunteer =] Lewis is a brother to my Great Great Grandfather. Using the link to the usgennet.org I sent a message to the person who submitted the name. I will try and get some sort of confirmation or location and will pass on anything I can find. Thanks again for all your help.
|KDQ||Amy Fae Mills daughter of Amos and Nancy|
I see that you carry the same last name as the maiden name of Amy Fae Mills mother Nancy.
I just set up Amy's memorial for her burial in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Omaha (Find A Grave# 154347564) and linked her parents.
Amy never married so there are not many direct relatives to take over her memorial.
Let me know if you would like take over her care as you also have her parents in your memorials.
I will gladly hand her over.
Added by KDQ on Oct 28, 2015 12:39 PM
|Rose||RE: Brees info|
I was hoping you would post it on findagrave if you get A chance.
The Douglas County Historical society may have more info, firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Rose on Aug 14, 2015 7:38 AM
|Rose||RE: Brees information|
Source for the Bree's bio: “Compendium of History and Biography of Northern Minnesota “
Published 1902 Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Chicago, Illinois.
“Containing Biographical Sketches of Hundreds of Prominent Old Settlers and Representative Citizens of NORTHERN MINNESOTA with a review of their life work, their identity with the growth and development of the region; . . . “
Added by Rose on Aug 14, 2015 7:13 AM
|Cheryl Pfeifer||1895 Moscow School Photo|
I have been researching the Nelson side of my family and came across the photos of the Lunde children in both the 1895 and 1904 photos from Dist. 120 Moscow Twp. school. I have names to add to the 1904 photo if you are interested. Also, am very interested in a portrait you posted of my Grandmother Alma (Stoa) Nelson in her confirmation dress probably sewn by Margaret Lunde. Alma was Martin and Gunhild Stoa's daughter and is also buried in the Moscow Lutheran Church Cemetery with her husband, Henry Louis Nelson. Henry's step-sister Louise Matilda Nelson, sisters Caroline Marie Nelson and Clara Gertine Nelson are present in the 1895 photo. Thank you.
|ReeT||#99523537 Esther Hopper Moore|
I believe she d. 6 Apr 1855 aged 70y-9m 6d. not 1865 as in transcript. 5 and 6 often look alike on gravestones. From Family Bible records she was born 1 Sep 1784. From age at death if died in 1855 b. 30 June or 1 Jul 1784. Also she was not with Elias in 1855 state census.
Added by ReeT on Mar 18, 2015 5:42 PM
Thank you, Kari, for your generosity of time, energy and intention on behalf of a family you never met. Your photo is such a gift! I will pay it forward.
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