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Snow queen (#47754678)
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I was born and raised in North Dakota. After living in Wisconsin and South Dakota for twenty years I'm back in North Dakota.

I love genealogy and after going to a rural cemetery to take a picture of my 2nd great-grandfather's grave and seeing broken stones along with stones so weathered you can not read them I wanted to start contibuting to find a grave.

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Stephen Deleski
Korah Briggs photo
Snow Queen
My name is Stephen Deleski and I have started working on the genealogy that my mother, Rita Deleski started in 1974. She is the 4th generation great granddaughter of Korah Briggs and Elizabeth Scarboro. Did you post the photo of the generations and if you own it, would you share it for a genealogy book that I'm trying to finish for my mother that passed away March 23, 2015?
Thank you
Stephen Deleski
Willmar Minnesota
born in New Rockford ND,lived in Grand Forks.
Added by Stephen Deleski on Oct 10, 2016 3:25 PM
Dan Mastel
Birth of Peter Moos
Peter Moos
Birth: Mar. 30, 1865, Ukraine
Death: Feb. 11, 1937
New Salem
Morton County
North Dakota, USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 88128170

The Lutheran Church records from Russia show that Peter Moos was born 31 Mar 1864 in Rohrbach, Russia. Son of Johannes Peter Moos and Magdalina Schorzmann.
Added by Dan Mastel on Sep 16, 2016 6:15 PM
carole taylor puntenney
Henry Tenning
Hi, We emailed you an 'edit' regarding the spelling of Henry Pfenning photo.. I know it is really hard to read because of the mildew but it is really PFENNING and I att' a copy of the military headstone application for your convenience. Thank you so much for your hard work on getting these people of history to us. Carole
Added by carole taylor puntenney on Aug 19, 2016 5:50 PM
Jane Hall
#88779670 Michelle Maier
Thank you so much for all you do I would like to know if you would allow me to use your photos of the headstone and the picture on the headstone on my ancestry.com family tree. I would give you and Find a grave full credit. Thank you in advance for at least looking at it
Jane Leitholt Hall
Added by Jane Hall on Jul 12, 2016 8:48 PM
SJ Rader
William Sack
His first wife was Wilhelmina Helvig, born 28 Apr 1862, Germany. Their children were: Gustav, Helena "Lena", Minnie (Wilhelmina), and Friedrich, all born in MN, and listed on the record at St. John's Lutheran Church, Height of Land, Becker County, MN (Living at Ulen, Clay Co, MN)(I have a copy of the church records showing their family members and that they moved to Bismarck in 1902.). The family moved to Bismarck, ND in 1902. Wilhelmina died in 1902 - 1903 at their homestead near Rosebud and Judson, Morton Co, ND. She is bured near Judson, perhaps on their farmstead or at the local church cemetery? He remarried to Helena "Lena" Flechsig Munger on 15 Nov 1903, at Judson, ND. She had two children: George and Gertrude. They later had one daughter, Martha, born abt 1904, Judson, ND. Wilhelm/William died in 1943, and his second wife "Lena" died in 1955.
Added by SJ Rader on Nov 01, 2015 4:53 PM
Dstmnstr
Olson-Monson family burials
Hey do you live in Glen Ullin, ND or in Morton county, ND? Because my distant cousin, Bernard Tobias Olson, his wife Huldah Mae Monson, and Huldah's parents George and Nettie (Wilson) Monson, are al buried in Glen Ullin, ND. So I was wondering if you lookup obituaries too so I can find where they are buried at?
Added by Dstmnstr on Aug 02, 2015 2:17 PM
Jane Hall
# 88333968 Delores Kunkel
Thank you for being such a caring person and for all you do on Find A Grave. I am related to a lot of the people that you have photographed their headstones. The Kunkel family to start with. I would like to know if you would allow me to use your photos on my ancestry.com family tree. I would understand if you say no but at least you considered it. If you do allow it do I need to request each one seperate or could I use one permission for a group of them? Thank you so much, no matter how you respond. Keep up the great job.
Jane Leitholt Hall
Added by Jane Hall on Mar 31, 2015 5:17 AM
Austrian Kolache
Herman Seifert
Thank-you for your recent link to Herman's parents.
Thank-you also for creating his memorial. I appreciate it so. He is a cousin of my great-great grandmother and was born in America of parents from the former Austrio-Hungarian Empire...(present day Czech Republic.

I love seeing all the immediate family together on one Find-a-Grave Memorial.

Lynn
Added by Austrian Kolache on Mar 07, 2015 12:32 PM
kerry rash
Merry Xmas
Merry Xmas my friend and cousin
Added by kerry rash on Dec 25, 2014 9:03 PM
Sandra Campbell
Thank you
Jesse McCormick was my great grandfather also. Violet was my grandmother. Thank you for your research and for sharing it with us.
Added by Sandra Campbell on Nov 01, 2014 8:55 AM
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