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Kit and Morgan Benson (#46483611)
 member for 14 years, 4 days
Camp Floyd Cemetery
Have you seen this web site? I found it interesting and wondered if some of the stones at Camp Floyd are cenotaph markers rather than documentation of a final resting place ?

Any help appreciated ~Shirleen [history4sure]

Added by history4sure on Jun 27, 2013 9:02 AM

Bennett Russell
Lena Beard
Thank you for all you do here on Find A Grave. I just had to ask.

Added by Bennett Russell on May 31, 2013 7:23 PM

George Ross "The Signer"
Regarding the bio of George Ross - Memorial# 2775 - "The Signer of the Declaration of Independence for PA. You wrote, Betsy Ross (the Flag Maker) as George's niece. She was not his "Blood" niece. She was born Elizabeth "Betsy" GRISCOM..daughter of Samuel & Rebecca (James) Griscom. Betsy was married 3-times. Her first husband was John Ross and he was George's Nephew. Only after a couple of years of marriage, John was accidentally killed during the Revolutionary War in Jan 1776 before he and Betsey could have any children. Afterwards, 4 to 5 months later, Betsy was asked to make the flag by her late husbands Uncle, George Ross. So, Betsy is only related to him by her former marriage to his late nephew John Ross. Betsy died as Betsy Claypoole (not Ross) after her 3rd and last marriage to John Claypoole...(just thought you might want to correct it)...Best Regards, Tracey

Added by Tracey on May 29, 2013 11:43 PM

John Ritter

I love the John Ritter Tribute!!!
Beyond Awesome!


Added by MRS.STEPHENRAYVAUGHAN!!! on Apr 27, 2013 9:08 PM

dalia b.
Hello Kit & Morgan Benson.Thank you for the biography of Jeremy! Dalia.b.

Added by dalia b. on Apr 23, 2013 8:54 PM

Frances O
Thurlow G. Doyle
Thank you for adding my father and such a nice message to Find a Grave.

Added by Frances O on Apr 14, 2013 5:49 PM

saralena wright
Don Page
please contact me at 509-216-2957 or

Added by saralena wright on Jan 22, 2013 4:37 PM

Michael Cooley
John Hart Signer
Old and discredited information about Hart appears to be becoming prominent again on the Net. The definitive work on him is Cleon E. Hammond's John Hart: The Biography of a Signer of the Declaration of Independence (Newfane, VT: Pioneer Press, 1977). Also of great interest is Katherine Hart Frame's The Harts of Randolph (Parsons, WV: McClain Printing Company, 1976.)

John Hart was born in Hopewell NJ, probably in 1713 (the Stonington connection has long been discredited). He was with his wife when she died, and he didn't die of exposure, nor was his family scattered to the wind--although many of them moved away in later years.

I know there are some reliable sources on the Net; I haven't hunted them down in a while, but I have a little information at


Added by Michael Cooley on Sep 29, 2012 9:47 AM

Judith Barsi
I saw your very touching memorial to Judith Barsi today. Despite what happened to her, good can come out of it and her page shows that very well. Thank you and for all your efforts.

Added by S on Aug 28, 2012 5:40 AM

* Steve Jobs *
Haven't talked to youse in quite a while, so just wanted to compliment uou on the memorial for Steve. I enjoyed knowing all about his life. Thanks much for all you do for us.
Ruth McDonald

Added by purple-lady on Aug 18, 2012 9:44 PM

Linda Finch, Basil Rathbone Memorial Society
RE: Basil Rathbone/Ferncliff Cemetery
Dear Kit and Morgan,
Thanks so much for your effort.
I DO understand about computers, space and the tendancy to have only three names these days.
I hoped that since he IS known as BASIL Rathbone and BASIL IS his FIRST name, that it might be possible to correct. Thank you both for fighting the good fight :)

Added by Linda Finch, Basil Rathbo... on Jun 23, 2012 8:41 PM

Carolyn Leverich Atkinson
RE: George Ross Findagrave # 2775
Thank you. I was just sort of excited, and did not think, before I wrote you, to go to My grandmother, had several stories, of one, is that we are related to Betsy Ross. I have proven a couple of her stories as correct, so I am pretty sure, somewhere, that we are. I have assumed it was thru the Ross side of the family as I have as my oldest ancestor, Hugh Wilson Ross, b PA, where UKN. But I have been reading some on the Biddle and connected families, and my James Knight, also an ancestor of my grandmother, is right in the middle of these Biddles and other PA families. My other two stories from her were we were related to a Salem witch, and we are, and the other is related to Abraham Lincoln, and we are thru the Hanks. So, I now have another road to follow, the Biddles, which I never would have thought of except for your findagrave. So thank you.


Carolyn Leverich Atkinson

Added by Carolyn Leverich Atkinson on Jun 03, 2012 10:37 PM

Debra Polly
RE: Question
Great. You two are awesome! ;D

Added by Debra Polly on May 28, 2012 6:11 PM

Kathie L. Webb Blair
Iosepa Settlement Cemetery
Dear Kit and Morgan,
I came upon this site by accident and want to thank you for a lesson in history. I never learned about this in high school (it's amazing how many things we aren't taught!) and, after leaving a few flowers, went on to Wikipedia and was impressed that your site taught me more than any other site. Thank you also for the great pictures, especially the lovely statue of Hawaii's last King/ruler (?) (whose name I can't recall, I'm afraid and I thought that Hawaii's last ruler was a queen). So much for my ignorance.
It is meant with all sincerity.
Sincerely, Kathie L.Webb Blair, Portland, OR

Added by Kathie L. Webb Blair on May 04, 2012 3:44 AM

Earle Conn
I don't know if I sent you a thank you when i found Earle's info posted here, so I'll just send a thank you now.

Added by Pegasus on Apr 29, 2012 8:03 PM

Bushong Weiss
Leona Notestine
Thank you for adding her obituary.
Bushong Weiss

Added by Bushong Weiss on Jan 11, 2012 7:36 PM

Duncan Renaldo
Thanks a lot for listing Duncan Renaldo, TV's "Cisco Kid." He was such a great Western Icon during the Fabulous Fifties! You are doing beautiful work.

Added by Gaz on Dec 30, 2011 10:38 PM

Sherry McCormick
Steve Jobs
What a great biography and tribute!! Keep up the good work.

Added by Sherry McCormick on Dec 11, 2011 9:38 PM

J. Bruce Fox
Ella Raines
I have always enjoyed her films. A stunning beauty. I recently read the biography of Robin Olds and it certainly reveals the inner struggles of a talented women and the warrior/soldier she married. One stillborn child and two miscarriages. I am satisfied this lovely woman suffered a great deal of pain and lonelyness.

Added by J. Bruce Fox on Sep 20, 2011 4:56 PM

Vandevender family
I saw that Isaac Cuberly Vandevender is your great great grandfather. He is mine also, with an extra great added (I believe). His son Isaac Sherman is my great great grandfather. Just wanted to say "hello" to you. :-)

Added by Moldengirl on Jul 13, 2011 1:10 PM

RE: Thank you
I really think that if more people understood the supreme sacrifice our military personnel make, we would be doing more, for them, than just looking forward to a couple of 3 day weekend holidays per year.
I think it would be quite fascinating to figure out if we are related. I'm up for comparing notes on our relative's military history, at the very least.


Added by Anne on Jun 27, 2011 8:22 PM

Paul Monaghan
Karen Carpenter
A great bio for Karen Carpenter - very well researched and formulated with such respect for such a talented lady who had a very sad life.

I am very sure when you completed her biography Karen was watching from above and smiled and said...'Thanks'.

Best Regards...

Added by Paul Monaghan on Sep 26, 2010 3:22 AM

Ellen FitzpatrickMcMills
Thank you in advance
I thank you very much for posting so much information.
I am working on my genealogy research and today, accidently found my great-grandfather's brother grave that you had posted. Charles McMills
I posted some myself, very few names, but it has helped me connect my father John Robert McMills to many memenbers of his extended families. Including his uncle John C Fitzpatrick b.1899, his brother Eugene and their spouses and a few more.

Thank you again for making my job easier by posting photos and information of so many of my ancestors
Ellen Chaco, Nee: Fitzpatrick McMills

Added by Ellen FitzpatrickMcMills on Mar 29, 2010 9:33 PM

carole landis
Love your bio on Carole Landis. She is one of my favorite 'forgotten stars'. I have some memorabilia of her including old movie mags, a record, a signed USO postcard and a copy of her book 'Four Jills In A Jeep'. To me they are priceless. I adore her, and am very interested in her family history also. Thank you for such a non-biased posting of her. Most historians treat her as just another Hollywood suicide.

Added by Myra on Mar 25, 2010 12:29 AM

Thank you
It is a nice thing when the sacrifice my father made, for this country, is recognized. Even after all of this time, I still recognize how he served God, his country, the Navy, and his family. I was only 6 months old when he was killed, but my mother told me all she could about him.
Thank you for your message to him.


Added by Anne on Mar 23, 2010 7:21 PM


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