|Brandy77||Find a grave request|
I received your request and I would be happy to try to fulfill it, however we just had a blizzard this week and got 2 plus feet of fresh snow. As soon as the snow is melted, I will go to the cemetery and look for your requested site.
Added by Brandy77 on Mar 18, 2017 4:14 AM
|Class of '64||William Montana/Montena|
The spelling depends on which branch of the family and the spelling ability of the census taker. My Grandmother was Montana and so was her father. Are you a relative?
|Cyndi Berg Jearman||RE: Ole O. Thomasgaard Mem #121749451|
Hi. You are welcome to use, I see I forgot to post/site where I got the photo! I'll try to track that down, but I know it was contained in a document about history of the Strum church(es). If I can find it, I will let you know and update the Find A Grave. Thanks!
|Sue Butterfield Picard||RE: Mem #60030367|
LE Phillips library obituary index is source for death information:
I've added her obituary and linked other family to her memorial. I also have located copies of Daniel Putnam Moon and Clarinda Moon's obituaries. If you send me your email address I will be glad to forward those to you.
|mjshistory||Henry T. Carden memorial|
There are at least 3 obituaries referenced via the Phillips Library in Eau Claire, WI. The Eau Claire Evening Free Press May 15 1900 p 3., and the Eau Claire Leader 16 and 17 May 1900 p 2. I also use other resources available online including the Wisconsin State Historical Society military records-The Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers, state census records, etc. Sometimes I check our local court house for any birth, death, marriage records but do not recall if I did so for Henry or his kin. I remember researching the grave markers around Henry as well, but not the particular details at this point in time. The marker itself was too worn to see any engraving, unfortunately. There are a few online resources I use regarding the military markers as well. I also check the local cemetery records online. Glad you found him, and the information useful.
|macso||RE: Mem # 54338224|
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could be of help to you. Chris
Added by macso on Dec 30, 2015 3:58 PM
|brenda burke||Do you know about the Poor Farm Cemetery?|
Your GGGrandmother Montena was buried in the Poor Farm Cemetery, or was it the Pine Woods Cemetery? I have a GGGrandfather that died at Gerritt Smith Infirmary and is buried either in the Poor Farm Cemetery or Eaton Village Cemetery? How can anyone know for sure where they are buried? There are a lot of questions, and the records don't seem to reflect any definite answers....please write back as I am not understanding what happened with the people that died at Gerritt Smith Infirmary...?? Brenda
|annie||RE: Re: E.A. Carter|
We here at Find A Grave flowered all the Dennie Carters Memorials. That is why one was left by me.
He was the one that added E A Carters Memorial to Find A Grave. Sadly Dennie Passed away a few years ago.
I know nothing of this family.
Annie from a little town in Pennsylvania
Added by annie on Oct 23, 2014 5:17 AM
|Timothy Tumbrink||Mr. Lewis|
No ma'am. You may retain the management of the memorial as you were the one that created it.
|Sue Butterfield Picard||Carden Memorial|
You are welcome. I made the changes to Sarah's memorial. If you would like her memorial and any others in the cemetery transferred let me know. I don't have anyone buried there.
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