|g alexander||RE: king|
Thanks again for the photo. I'm wondering if you remember where the name John Jr came from. I'm almost certain this is the stone of Jabez Austin King, also enrolled in the 4th Regiment in Wisconsin. Jabez's father was Samuel so he was not a jr. He was born 1846/47 in Wisconsin but died November 18, 1892 in West Duluth, Minnesota. Could there have been 2 ja kings died on the same day? Interesting....
|g alexander||J. A. King|
Thank you for submitting the photo of J. A. King's stone. Do you know if there are any other King's in that cemetery? I believe J. A. had a wife named Mary that i am trying to locate a burial for. Incidentally, he also went by the name Jabez. Any help would be most appreciated. Thanks again!
|linda wynne||Thomson Cemetery|
Thank you for all the effort and time you put into taking photos of the grave at the cemetery. I was just there to visit it this weekend and had wanted for many years to go on the hill and see the grave. With the new steps that were just added I was able to walk up there. The stones are very hard to read and it made it so much easier to see them here on the web page.
Thanks so much for taking the Tollefson photo!!! I really appreciate it~
|Bill DeRossett||Union Cemetery|
Thank you for volunteering to photograph the grave marker of Michael O'Toole. Appreciate all the time and effort on your part.