|Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~||RE: John N Holmberg photo|
Thank you! You're welcome and glad I could be of help.
|Dizastrow||3 Holmberg photos|
You are Welcome! Funny story. I did not have a map for Park Hill, so I found the section and parked my car. I scanned the entire Section of the cemetery(dont worry, i love doing it) and could not find your markers. Then on my way back, I was getting in my car and saw the upright marker with HOLMBERG. I parked right next to it and never saw it initially. Anyway, Im glad I could help. I love volunteering!
I found the rest of the people you were looking for. Could you please request a photo for Belle so I can get credit? I did not see any children or anyone else. So I got, Belle, Nels, and Alvina. I will upload the pictures within the next day or two. Thanks
I will try to get your other requests filled soon as well. Cheers!
|Karen Kelsey||Harold & Lillian Mondeau|
I do have a picture of the gravestone of Harold and Lillian Mondeau. Their engraved names were on the reverse side of Louis and Mary Jane Mondeau's stone. I will add the pictures tomorrow.
|Tom Brocher||Matt Beaudoin|
Thank you for the updates for Matt Beaudoin. By the time I went to link Cecilia and Matt they had already been linked, so that's done.
I've added the obituary to the memorial and added the marriage information: do you know the date and newspaper that the obituary is from? I would like to add that information to the bio if I can.
I am a distant Weber relation of Matt's.
If you would like, however, I would be happy to turn over the management of his memorial to you since you are a closer relation (by in-law).
Just let me know.
I transferred management of Bernadine Mondeau to you, since she is from your family.
On Monday I will be stopping at Hope Cemetery again, on my way back to Illinois from Minnesota. I will look at the Louis and Mary Jane Mondeau monument again, and see if Harold and his wife were buried on the other side. Perhaps that large monument had an inscription on the opposite side too. At this time of year, the sod and crabgrass have overgrown many of the flat stones, so I might have missed the additional footstones or the fact that the bigger, and newer Mondeau monument, might have been a double sided one.
|Zuzu*s Petals||Aaron Edwards|
Thank you for the information. He has been linked to his parents.
Cheers - Kathie