My great great grand aunt wants to know where her father is buried. He was not around much during her child- hood. His name is Rheinhardt (sp??) HABERBERG. She does not know his D.O.B or anything else. If you have any info please reply
Jens Hansen Riis- born january 31 1895 in Bornholm. Came to America in 1909 to live with an Uncle (name unknown) inFergus Falls,MN. He spent two years in the states between Fergus Falls and Graffton, North Dakota. In 1911 he dropped the name Riis and came to Canada, settled in sexsmith alberta. He left 3 sisters (ruth petra ?), and 1 adopted brother (peter) in Denmark Any links to relatives would be appreciated. THANKS
I am anxious to find any information on my grandfather, Franklin Van Guilder. He was born and raised in Faribault, Minnesota. He left to serve in World War II and eventually settled in New Jersey in the 1940's. He was born around 1915. Please e-mail me any info you may have, I am trying to build a family tree for my baby.
I am doing searches on John eddy and cordelia knapp eddy. Also want to find information on Andrew Jackson eddy, John's brother.He is listed as a person in Rice and Steele. I am assuming these are almanacs of some kind for those two co. Does anyone know anything about them anf if so how to get use of one/ Thank you Cathy Dorson I am also trying to find anyone related to Martin Elmer gruber born in rice co. 1865. He married Carrie E. eddy and moved to Oregon. Tillamook. Again thank you
Searching for any kin of CARPENTER, GLYZER, CLAPP, CUNNINGHAM, WALDEN. All known to have lived in the Northfield, Dundas, Union Lake area from at least the mid to late 1800s. Waldens lived in the area until their deaths in the 1920's and 1930's. One daughter, Mrs. I.M. Cunningham..no first name or location given. The other daughter was Ruth Walden a school teacher in Albert Lea, MN.
Looking for any info on Jesse Calvin and family. Jesse wife Roxanna ( Coal ) Calvin gaave birth to a daughter on Sunday 04-Feb-1872 in Warsaw, Mn. I'm not aware of any other children in this family. The Calvin family came from New Castle, PA. Any info will be greatly appreciate. Hoping to shead some light on this lost family. Thanks Franki
Would like to find out if the Ezra N COOK born in PA married to Mary J, who was in Bridgewater Rice Co might be related to my Mary A COOK, B. abt. 1850 in PA. She married Charles S Duval 1868 in Bridgewater. There was an Atwell COOK, Ace B Cook, b. abt. 1844 PA, wife, Sarah, b. abt. 1855,OH, children...Etta, b. abt. 1873 MN, Nancy, b. abt. 1878MN & Ace, b, abt. 1879 WI living by her & her husband in 1880 Barren Co WI. Other COOKS living by them were...Charles H Cook, b. WI., eDWARD w COOK, b. WI, & Diniel H COOK, b. abt. 1856 in WI. Thanks
My Freat Grandparents were Claud Francis and Mary Catherine Semon who came to Rice County Minnesota in the 1860s. My grandmother was Laura Emily Semon Goar. She was born in Rice county in 1875. I am seeking information about the Semon Family.
Seeking Bertha WENDELSCHAFER, b. 22 June 1862 in Cleveland, Le Sueur Co., MN, died 15 April 1961 in Wenatchee, Chelan Co., WA, m. 1879 Charles Augustus Morrison, resident of Mankato area 1853-1885, son of Benjamin Robert Morrison and Minerva Vincent Brown.
Looking for any info on the Hiram Peterson family, lately of Kane co, IL and Muskegan, MI. They probably came to MN circa 1870. The family consisted of Hiram, Elizabeth Youngs Peterson, his wife, b. 1849 IL, three or four children. Daughter Cora, son George and Caroline? Looking for possible obit and gravestone of Elizabeth, who died in MN on July 4th, 1872/73. If you recognize these names, please email me.Thanks.
I'm looking for descendants of my great-great grandfather, Anders Larsson Tre from Utåker, Skånevik. He emigrated to the USA in 1861 with wife and several children. He was traced in land records in Minnesota, Litchfield country 3/01/1876. Also in Crookston 01/10/1890 and Alexandria 06/24/1878. There should be 4 other records for Crookston in 1903. I can't tell for sure it's the same man. His wife was Mangela Larsdtr Skromme (b 1804), she was his second wife. Children: Kristi b 1829 (from his first marriage with Marta Annfinnsdtr Vik, b 1799, d 1832) Kari b 1833 Lars b 1835 (went to America in 1856) Mangela b 1842 (went to America in 1858) Eli b 1847 My great grandmother stayed behind in Norway. But We've always been interested in knowing what happened to the rest of her family. I tried on the LDS site and got Eli Andersdtr b 1847 who married a certain Jorgen O. Foss in Houston, Minnesota in October 1879. This is probably his youngest daughter. Regards Kelly R. Petit
This may interest someone in your county-- OBITUARY FROM LOS ALAMOS NM Denny Kise Charles Denham "Denny" Kise, died at his home in Santa Fe on Monday, Oct. 25, 1999. He was born in Faribault, Minn., in 1937. Because his father was in the military, he lived in several places throughout the world while growing up. His first love was the guitar, which he started playing when he was 12 years old. He graduated from high school in London and attended college in Tucson, Ariz. He joined the U.S. Naval Air station in Pensacola, Fla., where he was a pilot. He had many different careers during his lifetime, but had settled at Los Alamos National Laboratory for the past 18 years. In 1994 he moved to Santa Fe to reside with Barbara, his future wife. They were planning a June wedding for the year 2000. He never lost his gifted talent and love for the guitar. After more than 30 years his love for flying was recently renewed. Once again he excelled in his flight classes. He was extraordinary in all of his accomplishments. He leaves behind many family members and friends whom he loved very much. "He was a generous, kind, loving person, who was a good father, brother, friend, and fiance," family members said. He is survived by his fiancee, Barbara Frankalucci of Santa Fe; stepmother, Marguerite Kise of North Carolina; sister and brother-in-law, Susan and Ken Kneale of Los Angeles; stepsister and brother-in-law, Gayle and Tony Houston of North Carolina; son and daughter-in-law, Chuck and Raynette Kise of Singapore; daughter and son-in-law, Debbie and Ken Ryals of Florida; daughter and son-in-law, Patty and Pinyo Phromsiri of Hawaii; son and daughter-in-law, Mike and Joelle Kise of Lebec, Calif.; stepdaughter and her husband, Karol and Lee Werner of Albuquerque; stepdaughter and husband, Robyn and Robert Carr of Albuquerque; and eight grandchildren. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, 1999, at Christ Lutheran Church. A memorial service will be conducted at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 29, 1999, at Christ Lutheran Church.
I am looking for relatives of Louis Crosby 1883 to 23-Jan-1958, a greatuncle. Believe he is buried in Maple Lawn Cemetery. Particularly looking for his ancestors. He was my grandfather's brother and grandfather's death certificate did not have parents' names. Believe Louis and Grace had children Ted, Florence and Lillian. Amy help anyone could give would be appreciated.