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NorthernNisse (#47666534)
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Bio Photo This poem explains it best. :)

We are the campfire storytellers of the tribe.
We have been called, as if it were, by our genes, They call out to us! Tell our story! And so we do. In finding our heritage, we somehow find ourselves. It goes beyond documenting the facts. It goes to pride in our ancestors, what they accomplished in their lifetime. It goes to respecting their hardships and losses The deep pride they fought to preserve us a great nation, so we do, with great pride, scribe the facts of their lives. It is up to us, the ones who answer the call to tell the story, and preserve our family Genealogy! We are the chosen!

At this point, I am gathering my family, memorializing and honoring each one to the best of my ability. I also have extensive research submitted on Loberg, Dahlberg, Johnson, Diedrich, Thompsen, Fager and Blomberg.

I am eager to help anyone with research, cemetery information, photos etc. I'm pretty good at it! ;) Please don't hesitate to contact me. Scandinavians are my specialty!
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RE: Randi Dale
You're welcome... It was my pleasure!
Added by DebraLee on Jul 09, 2015 5:45 AM
dropping out
I have posted about 40 cemeteries to but since findagrave is now owned by ancestry I do not plan to add any more cemeteries to this website. As of today, Sept. 29, 2014
I have notified findagrave that I don't want to do updates anymore. They can tend to it.

Feel free to use any photo's I have posted.

Any information found online should be verified. People DO post incorrect information sometimes. Clicking to Accept changes and add new info is faster and easier but it doesn't add who provided that info when added to a memorial so I feel that a lot of misinformation can be added and no one will know who added it.
Also, if it's correct no one will be able to contact the person that added it.

I am not related to most entries I have made.

To all my "friends" it has been a pleasure meeting you.
Added by on Sep 29, 2014 8:05 AM
Diane Nichols
RE: Alson St. John
I cannot transfer the memorials to you, or add the information or merge the memorials. You already own them and only you can work with them. Since you have one of them with his full middle name, I suggest you keep that one and just delete the other. I am going to the cemetery next week to check for new tombstones. I will go over the lot and make sure that I didn't miss an old foundation or a fallen stone with any sort of name on it, but I am highly doubtful that there is anything there. I have photographed every stone in that cemetery, and another person also did. If we both missed it, it isn't there. But I will check.

I grew up in the house within the cemetery, and it was my only playground as a child. My grandfather and then my grandmother were the caretakers.
Added by Diane Nichols on Jul 05, 2014 12:49 PM
Jerry Stremcha
Margaret Brochhagen
Thanks for sponsoring her memorial. You may not be aware but became part of the family last fall.
Added by Jerry Stremcha on Jul 01, 2014 6:24 AM
RE: Margaret Brochhagen
I am actually in Madelia and was just up north for the week. I have traveled by this small cemetery and decided to put it online. I do this kind of thing at home because it's one thing I can do with small children and genealogy has been a huge part of my life. I am trying to save an abandon cemetery if you have any advice, it's been a three year uphill climb and I believe everything has been done, to no avail.

That is how I found find a grave and the many people all over the united states who are looking for long lost relatives or don't even know some of the ones that I have stone pictures for existed. There should be a picture taking for Find a Grave club so we can share stories of those long lost and sometimes forgotten people. I'm gald there's those who care, like us, even though unrelated. Peace to you!
Added by Jenny on Jun 30, 2014 9:00 PM
RE: Margaret Brochhagen
This note was so touching and the reason I do what I do. May I put it on her memorial?

I have a lot more pictures for this cemetery and others, just need the time to put them on the site. Hopefully somebody else will appreciate it as you do!

Let's all remember those who came before us. Their lives had meaning, they weren't for nothing.

What else can I say?
Added by Jenny on Jun 30, 2014 7:25 PM
Tabitha Reynolds
zina murphy
I completely understand about waiting for the snow to melt, I grew up in Minnesota :) and we're getting hit hard here in NC today!
Added by Tabitha Reynolds on Feb 12, 2014 5:31 PM
Linda Rhoadarmer
RE: Grace
Yes, that is the big question. If there are other headstones. I put additional information on O. Harold's memorial. His first name is actually Oscar. And he died of Whooping Cough. Fred had given me a lot of information several years ago and I had not completed the project until you came into my life and got me going again. I have slowly been finding all of the kids and putting them on Find A Grave. I even found a Robert Tate who died about a year ago. He was the son of Etta Hembre Tate so I put him on Find A Grave. I also found Leah Johnson buried in Fort Snelling along with her husband. Thanks and have fun in the snow. Linda
Added by Linda Rhoadarmer on Dec 02, 2013 5:14 PM
Linda Rhoadarmer
RE: Grace
I had contacted Fred a few years ago regarding this family and this is what he had e-mailed me.
Grace Hembre Downing is buried in A-55#1
Also Myrtle Hembre is buried in A-55 #2. She was the wife of Harry Hembre. I have put her on Find A Grave. Don't know why Harry is not buried there.
There is another Grave. Grave #3 which had been assigned to Anna Heller. Check and see if there is a head stone on that one. They are all in the same lot as John O. Hembre.
By the way, the little guys name was actually Oscar Harold Hembre. Do you want me to do a photo request for some of these folks? Linda
Added by Linda Rhoadarmer on Dec 02, 2013 2:46 PM
Linda Rhoadarmer
Harold Hembre
Thank you so much for Harold's grave stone. Linda
Added by Linda Rhoadarmer on Dec 01, 2013 6:22 PM
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