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Russ Dodge (#309)
 member for 15 years, 6 months, 23 days
PN1...Personnelman First Class (Naval Rating)
Hello Russ,

When you get a moment, can you add.. PN1

Personnelman First Class (Naval Rating)under Military Prefix's.

Thanks for all you do,

Added by CJ on Mar 19, 2016 6:14 PM

Jamie Brenenborg Minner
RE: David Somers Risley #29329203
Thank you!

Added by Jamie Brenenborg Minner on Mar 15, 2016 8:15 AM

Jamie Brenenborg Minner
David Somers Risley #29329203
Hi Russ,

Thank you for creating a memorial for David Somers Risley. He is a relative, and I am thrilled to see the photos you have posted.

I will be submitting a few corrections - his date of death is incorrect, but the rest are more additions than corrections - through this week.

If you would like any supporting documents, please let me know. Generally my suggestions are for middle/maiden names, easy stuff. But I know the date of death is a little more specific, so you might need proof.

Thanks again for everything that you do - this website has meant a lot to my work, and I really appreciate the time and effort you spend on it.

-Jamie Brenenborg Minner

Added by Jamie Brenenborg Minner on Mar 14, 2016 11:46 AM

Blair Thron
Falce Listings

Please take a look at Member Jacques.
He/she has pages of false information for Hundreds of listings as indicated by pages of complaints.
he has a couple dozen wrong listings for the Longshore Family.
This is having a impact on Ancestry and misleads
people in their family research.

Blair Thron
Fin-a- Grave member.

Added by Blair Thron on Mar 12, 2016 9:53 AM

Blair Thron
False Find -a Grave Listings

Please take a look at Member Jacques.
He/she has pages of false information for Hundreds of listings as indicated by pages of complaints.
he has a couple dozen wrong listings for the Longshore Family.
This is having a impact on Ancestry and misleads
people in their family research.

Blair Thron
Fin-a- Grave member.

Added by Blair Thron on Mar 12, 2016 9:28 AM

Brian G. Andersson
NYC Mayor Hugh J. Grant
Hi. Have two photos of Mayot Grants's mausoleum and crypt. Can't add them....

Certainly better than the Cemetery photo there now.

Please advise.

Brian G. Andersson

Added by Brian G. Andersson on Mar 11, 2016 12:47 PM

Frank Finlay
English actor Frank Finlay is buried at Weybridge Cemetery in Weybridge, Elmbridge Borough, Surrey, England.

Added by 48474402 on Mar 07, 2016 3:37 PM

John Winchester Comfort
Hi! Thank you for your bio on John W. Comfort. I strongly believe he and my husband, David M. Comfort, may be related as my husband's family migrated from NY to PA and on to MI.

Do you have any info as to John W. Comfort's family tree?

Thank you,

Carolyn Comfort

Added by Carolyn on Feb 27, 2016 7:05 AM

cemetery with wrong name,
Member went by a cemetery book on feb 2015. But The book was wrong. Book was Made in 70s. This might be one of the oldest cemetery in the county.From what some has said.The cemetery has a legal name. It is on the tax record book at the court house in clay co tenn ,When the man made the cemetery book. He went found the 2 oldest graves in cemetery and thats what he named it.(CHERRY-DENTON) But he never check at the court house.Becaues if he had he would have seen it. I knew the name then i looked it up to be sure and it was right there plain as day . The Old Union Hill Cemetery on record and tax exempt. And not Cherry -Denton Clay co tenn.They are no cemetery on record with that name. I have sent records for proof 3 times, The member that created the cemetery also said she tried still nothing, Find a grave rules cemetery must use legal name not just common aka Cherry-Denton,I have lived here all my life and it has always been called The old union hill cemetery.Never heard it called cherry -denton until 2015, Please help The Old Union Hill Cemetery Clay Tn ,Just a spot in the road but we are proud of it ,We want the cemetery to have the right name that is on record in the clay co court house in celina tn ,Call Office Trutee 931-243-2599 Billy Smith Thanks so much for any thing you can do to help .

Added by Lizzie on Feb 26, 2016 10:37 PM

Diana in Pelham, AL
Pvt Mabery A Fisher in Laurel Hill
You posted a photo of his grave (record number #41713003, and there are 8 names on the monument. My familytree intersects with the DUNCAN names and they are on FindaGrave in Laurel Hill too. Can I add this photo to their records also? Or can you add it to them, please? Thanks, Diana in Alabama.

Added by Diana in Pelham, AL on Feb 22, 2016 3:08 PM

Leona Cramer
please help
I change my e-mail and it crated a new account

Added by Leona Cramer on Feb 20, 2016 6:35 AM

Questionable actions
I recently received a message from a distant relative to transfer a memorial back to her and it was brought to my attention that a lot of her work has been lost on find a grave by a member merging cemeteries and some seem to be made up. I looked into the members profile and there are quite a few people complaining about the same types of actions , adding confusion and questionable entries. I have not contributed a lot myself but my distant relative has done a lot of work on your site and it is sad to think someone is doing things either b/c they just don't know , just entering hodgepodge info or just manipulating info maliciously. You would be a better judge of that than me. So I'm asking you to check out member # 47272624 there's a lot of messages from members complaining about cemetery merges. Thank you for your time.

Added by MICHAEL FRIDY on Feb 12, 2016 4:28 AM

Thomas J Short
A man named Crigg put one of his family member in my family grave yard. And this man is not ther3e, I told him and he will not remove it. So what can I do to remove it. The grave side is Matney Cemetery in Wayne Co., WV And the name is Thomas J Short. Help Goldie

Added by Goldie on Feb 10, 2016 2:52 PM

Shane Hall
Bob Denver and others
I'm curious as to why celebrities often don't list their parents, siblings and children's names and other info that is normally in an obituary for "regular" people. And in Bob Denver's case, why is he not listed under his real birth name?

Added by Shane Hall on Jan 30, 2016 9:40 PM

Jim Blackwell
Find A Grave Memorial# 51032121
Russ,I wanted to advise you I have the submitted parents for Dr David Roberts for your approval.
The proof is his 1891 will which bequests 100 a year for life of his sister Margaret Booth Roberts, the known daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Booth.

This is the proof that he is also brother to Gen.
Joseph Roberts and the actor James Booth Roberts
and the Rev Edmund Roberts, all buried in Laurel Hill.

Thank you

Added by Jim Blackwell on Jan 29, 2016 3:06 AM

Find A Grave Volunteer
RE: 59898097 William Putch
Okay, thank you!

Added by Find A Grave Volunteer on Jan 28, 2016 6:10 PM

Find A Grave Volunteer
59898097 William Putch
I'm sorry to disturb you. This man deserved a Famous status. He is Jean Stapleton's husband, and a producer. The manager of his memorial has ignored and deleted my messages. Have a great day! Jayne

Added by Find A Grave Volunteer on Jan 28, 2016 12:03 PM

Find A Grave.
Isn't the purpose of Find A Grave to find people's graves ? I've noticed most of the celebrity posts for 2016 have Unknown for grave location.

Added by jaag76az on Jan 23, 2016 11:41 AM

Jendayi Oakley
RE: Pvt. Louis Till
ok. Thank you for responding. much appreciated.

Added by Jendayi Oakley on Jan 19, 2016 4:45 PM

Jendayi Oakley
Pvt. Louis Till
I'm curious as to why the first word in the information on Pvt Till is "Criminal"?? You gave the details, but was it really necessary for the very first word to be "Criminal"?? If that is the case, then I think there are many, many, of these Find A Grave posts that need to be edited, with the first word being "Criminal". No way am I minimalizing what he was executed for, although I have no way of knowing if he actually committed the offenses he was accused of. I think the post for Pvt. Till should be edited, deleting the first word of "Criminal", which I find very unusual, and unnecessary here. Thank you.

Added by Jendayi Oakley on Jan 16, 2016 5:34 PM

Sidney T. Holmes

I have some information that Sidney T. Holmes lived or stayed in Grand Rapids 1873-80. It seems he owned S.T. Holmes Planing & Sash, Door & Shingle Mill on Grand Rapids West Side Water Power Canal in 1873. It was the first factory to be entirely operated by wheelhouse cable power. By 1876 the mill was producing picture frames, moldings, etc and partnered with Francis A. Parker in Holmes, Parker & Company.

Have you or anyone you've been in contact heard of his investments in Grand Rapids, Michigan?

Thank you!

Added by WinslowJR on Jan 15, 2016 10:56 AM

Joel Smith Harris 1892-1967
Hi Russ,

I am writing to ask you to transfer my great, great uncle, Memorial# 100239255 (Joel Smith Harris), to my care.

I somehow was able to add him to my findagrave memorials before I knew about yours.

Thanks very much for all your good work on behalf of veterans.

Juliane Harris

Added by Juliane on Jan 12, 2016 10:41 AM

Lafayette Sabine Foster gravestone photos
May I have your permission to download the photos of the gravestone of Lafayette Sabine Foster (Memorial# 6471)?
I would like to upload them into my Ancestry Family Tree.
Thank you for your consideration.
-Ro Fleury

Added by MissKitty on Jan 04, 2016 4:14 PM

David Passman
Lt. David Edmonds

In your bio on Lt. David Edmonds' Find A Grave memorial, you provide a link to Sgt. Jerome B. Silverman's memorial. Jerome's father Harry and my great-grandmother Tessie (Silverman) Passman were brother and sister. The book, American Jews in World War II, Vol. II, compiled by the Bureau of War Records of the National Jewish Welfare Board, c. 1947, lists two Jerome Silvermans from New York (page 444).

The first appears as:
Silverman, Jerome, 1st Lt., Bronx, A [Army], DFC [Distinguished Flying Cross], AM [Air Medal], 1 OLC [Oak Leaf Cluster].

The second appears as:
Silverman, Jerome B., Sgt., Arverne, A [Army], PH [Purple Heart].

The grave marker of Jerome Silverman interred at Arlington National indicates he was a captain (the next rank above a 1st Lt.), and his marker includes the following designations: DFC, AM (which agrees with the information provided in the cited book), as well as, indicating he was a prisoner of war.

The first Jerome Silverman (and whose link you provide) served as an officer during World War II, while Jerome B. Silverman served as an enlisted person. I have not located the burial site of my relative (03 Feb 1923 - 20 Mar 1993), though I am quite sure he is not the same Jerome Silverman buried at Arlington National Cemetery who is linked to Lt. David Edmonds' memorial. The birth and death dates clearly indicate there are two different Jerome Silvermans who served from New York. In the bio provided, Jerome B. Silverman clearly served in the capacity of a sergeant, not that of an officer, neither a first lieutenant nor captain.

Hopefully this message will provide some clarification.

Best regards,
David Passman

Added by David Passman on Jan 02, 2016 7:09 PM

Capt. Samuel Smith
On Dec 6th you responded to my request to release Capt. Samuel Smith to me. You requested that I contact you "directly." I did so via this message board on 12/7/15 & via email. I have not as yet heard back from you. If there is another "direct" method that you would like for me to use, please advise. Sam Smith is my relative, distant as it may be. I would like to connect him with my other family members and add factual historical documentation to his memorial.
Thank you.

Added by Donna on Jan 01, 2016 8:50 AM


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