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Rob (#47017362)
 member for 6 years, 9 months, 15 days
D.E. Losey
Samuel and Olivia Combs
Hi Rob,
Thank you so very much for your time spent in taking and posting the photo of their headstone for me. Also thank you for the transfers. It is greatly appreciated.
D.E.Losey #47377966

Added by D.E. Losey on Mar 15, 2015 3:39 PM

Robin L.
Hi, I am related to the Evilsizor family and also the McConnehay family. I know a few of my grandmothers sisters and brothers were taken in by a Weller family after both of her parents passed away.

Added by Robin L. on Mar 13, 2015 9:48 PM

Todd Whitesides
RE: Edward Air: Captain?
A Committee of the Union League of Campbell County submitted a letter on Aug. 3, 1864 to Brev. Maj. Gen. Burbridge naming 'Rebel sympathizers' in the county. Capt. Ed Air appeared on that list and I'm pretty sure if refers to your man in question. Let me know what you think.

Added by Todd Whitesides on Mar 10, 2015 9:06 AM

68416263 Engle
Hello Rob - I am curious to know how you came about to maintain the Engle Gravesites of Find A Grave # 6841623 - are you family? or are you maintaining because of the military connections? I hope the earlier, I have been trying to come across the early Engle connections from Indiana for many years! Would love to hear from you.

Added by lori on Feb 24, 2015 10:20 PM

Cindy O
RE: Dye's at Evergreen
Thanks for the info and link. I look forward to viewing the Dyes at Evergreen.

We are the descendants of John Dye's brother James Isaac Dye. The story handed down through the generations was that there were 2 Dye brothers in the Civil War, one on the North side and one on the South side. The mystery is who these brothers were.

Added by Cindy O on Feb 23, 2015 7:55 PM

Cindy O
RE: Dye's at Evergreen
Thanks for the transfer; it was a pleasant surprise. I just really appreciate getting the changes made for a more complete and accurate account of the person.

Our plot is Lot 45 Section 40 in Evergreen. Is your family close to ours? Our plot was originally purchased by Fred Duerr who was a saloon owner in Newport.

Added by Cindy O on Feb 22, 2015 9:08 PM

Carol S
RE: Evergreen
Maybe you will get a fast thaw! Any time you get to it is fine by me.

Added by Carol S on Feb 17, 2015 9:40 PM

April Gross
RE: !!!!!
All is well! Congrats on the new job! I'm sure everything will be great.

Added by April Gross on Feb 11, 2015 6:12 PM

RE: Elias Frederick Mussman correction
Hi Rob,

I appreciate your offer, but I'm not related. I just came across this while I was trying to tie some family members together and thought it might help someone else's research down the road.

BTW, I've run across your profile in the past and appreciate your efforts getting recognition for John Rowalt. Hopefully you'll come across a piece on info that cinches it someday.

Best regards,


Added by awelliott on Feb 10, 2015 12:48 PM

Lettie Kirby
William & Bessie Baader
Thank you very much for the Transfers! I will take good care of them. Best Wishes, Lettie

Added by Lettie Kirby on Feb 10, 2015 10:11 AM

Ed Knecht
RE: Adolph and Laura Dittcher photos
Yes. Delea Elden is Adolph's sister.

Added by Ed Knecht on Feb 09, 2015 6:15 PM

April Gross
RE: !!!!!
Hey Rob,

Happy New Year! How's it going?


Added by April Gross on Feb 09, 2015 6:14 PM

Gracie Katherine
Thanks for the nice photos of the Lindenburn Family,and also for the transfers. Thanks for your time. Have a great week.
Take Care

Added by Gracie Katherine on Feb 09, 2015 6:06 AM

Ed Knecht
Adolph and Laura Dittcher photos
Hi Rob,
Thanks for taking those excellent photos so quickly!

Take care,
Ed Knecht

Added by Ed Knecht on Feb 08, 2015 3:42 PM

Thank you for the recent Wenderoth pictures.


Added by Linda on Feb 08, 2015 3:19 PM

A.P. Davis
RE: Paxton/Marshall
Todd asked me to link Phoebe to him, but I wanted to make sure he was there. I thought you had taken pics of every stone. You are always welcome...especially at Thanksgiving!

Cousin Anissa

Added by A.P. Davis on Feb 01, 2015 4:47 PM

A.P. Davis

Do you remember seeing James Paxton in the Marshall Family cemetery when we were out there taking pictures?


Added by A.P. Davis on Feb 01, 2015 6:39 AM

Headstone Photos at Evergreen Cemetery
Rob, thanks very much for taking the great photos of Keslar and Bryson! I really appreciate your hard work.

Added by hbryson1 on Jan 31, 2015 2:46 PM

RE: Captain John Yancey, CSA
THANKS for the transfer!

Added by djyancey on Jan 31, 2015 8:02 AM

RE: Krogmans @ Evergeen
Well thank you so much for taking the time trying to find Joseph Krogman. Wow I can't thank you enough for creating his daughter Gertrude and her families memorials! I will be contacting the office soon, I'm thinking whoever re-filed things may have joined Joseph Krogman with his son Joseph and made it into one grave.

Added by Miranda82ღ on Jan 30, 2015 6:25 PM

Mark Wilson
RE: Bristo Wilson request
I appreciate all your hard work. Thank you!

Added by Mark Wilson on Jan 30, 2015 6:18 AM

Mark Wilson
Steve and Elsie Wilson
Thank you for the photo!

Added by Mark Wilson on Jan 28, 2015 7:09 AM

Re: John G Barnes
Thank you so much for the transfer! I will look forward to updating his memorial soon! I know about the weather and I know how it is. It's OK, spring will come soon enough. :) Thank you again!

Added by ssreed on Jan 27, 2015 1:46 AM

RE: John Barnes @ Evergreen
That cem info is exactly what I had found on this person. I wasn't sure if I had the right person/headstone. And yes, please do find out if others were buried with him as well. I'm working on tying up on his family, my family, of course. Thank you very very much for affirming what I thought all along.

Added by Dorothy on Jan 25, 2015 7:48 PM

Time Traveler
RE: Weller photos
You are welcome and am glad to have helped. I am what you might call a row "mower," so most request fulfillments come by a happy chance. While I am currently still working on uploading about 2500 photos from the cemetery, it is likely that the section that contained your relatives has already been uploaded. What I do know is that there are a good number of unmarked graves, and a good number of illegible markers. If I did not upload them, unless they are in a section of the cemetery that I did not do yet, then they may fall under those conditions.

Now, the good news is that I also simultaneously upload to Since those images are crowdsource transcribed, they are mostly uploaded. I did apparently capture at least two more Weller's. You can see them listed here:

You can also see the photos, and see where they are located in the cemetery, as they are GPS tagged.

As to people who are buried there and died as early as 1860-1870, the number of legible markers from that period is few, although they certainly are there. So chances are that the only way you will be able to get information about where they are buried is from the office, which may cost $10 per record.

The neighborhood is certainly not what it was when the cemetery began. However, the cemetery is walled and has security and is quite safe. It is a beautiful place to visit too.

Added by Time Traveler on Jan 21, 2015 7:23 PM


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