|Cole Hale Heymer (#47376001)|
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My parents were the genealogists in our family but their deaths (1996) lead to 12+ years of the information they gathered sitting in storage. |
2008: starting to sort and enter data for the "Hale" family in Pennsylvania, Illinois and Minnesota. There may be links to family in Germany, Ireland, England. "Tesrow" family is also of interest. Linking to Ireland, England and Canada What an adventure! I am excited and I hope to create a forward legacy of interest in our ancestors!
2015: Always learning! Connecting Tewksbury to Tesrow to Hale, my father, grandmother and great grandmother line.
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|Rubey Kay||RE: Myrtle M. Tesrow|
|WandaDC||RE: Joseph Tesroux, #75887990|
Thank you for checking. My source could be wrong.
I'll see if I can find anything further. It would be nice to clarify the situation.
Added by WandaDC on Apr 17, 2014 10:44 AM
|WandaDC||Joseph Tesroux, #75887990|
The last paragraph in the bio (1869) contradicts the information in the book I used as reference. The bio points to St. John Holy Cross Cemetery, which is also in Crow Wing State Park.
The reference I used was "Cemetery Records of Crow Wing County, Minnesota", Earl C. and Laura L. Leslie, 1982. Both cemeteries are listed on page 18.
Do you have a source that St. John Holy Cross is the cemetery.
Thanks for you help in clearing up my confusion.
Added by WandaDC on Apr 16, 2014 8:59 AM
|A. E. Ness||Edmund Tesrow|
Hi Mr. Heymer,
I've transferred Mr. Tesrow's profile to you, as requested. Thank you for "adopting" him--I'm always so glad when my unrelated gravesites are claimed by their families. Mostly I document my family's stones, but I found Mr. Tesrow's gravesite on an excursion near my parents' hometown and I just thought his was an incredible monument (if you live nearby and haven't seen it, you really ought to visit--Golden Gate's an interesting little cemetery and your relative has a stunningly intricate stone!).
Best of luck to you & your family on your genealogical forays--I'll be excited to see photos of Mr. Tesrow and his family here someday!
- a.e. ness