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Rob (#47017362)
 member for 6 years, 7 months, 16 days
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

Michelle Henderson
RE: Estel M. Hawkins @ Spring Grove Cemetary
Thanks for your efforts re my Grand Uncle P.F.C. Hawkins. I just began review of my ancestry this year. Not sure what you mean by taking the responsibility. Please let me know what I need to do. Thanks again.

Added by Michelle Henderson on Jan 07, 2015 10:14 PM

D.E. Losey
Howard Losey
Hi Rob,
Thank you
Thank you for the transfer of Howard Losey.
I appreciate your contributions!
Peace, Happy New Years.
D.E.Losey #47377966

Added by D.E. Losey on Jan 03, 2015 2:53 PM

Billie Sorrels
RE: Ruel & David Jefferies
I show their father as being Pierce Jefferies
b 8 Apr 1818 and d 7 Jan 1893, born in Chester Pennsylvania. Keep in touch and maybe we can help one another on the family line.

Billie Brewer Sorrels

Added by Billie Sorrels on Dec 30, 2014 12:10 AM

Billie Sorrels
Ruel & David Jefferies

Do you have any information on the parents of Ruel & David? I know their father was Pierce Jefferies born in 1818 and died in 1893. He was from Ohio and bought 160 acres. He was a brick layer in Warsaw. He later increased his acreage to 313 acres. I cannot find anything in Find A Grave for him or his wife Mary Schrack or Shrack.

My late ex-husband was the great grandson to Rose Etta Jefferies, Davids daughter.

Billie Sorrels

Added by Billie Sorrels on Dec 28, 2014 6:11 PM

RE: Henry Eckert
No, that clear.

Thanks for the information.


Added by Linda on Dec 19, 2014 12:52 PM

Henry Eckert
Rob, you filled this request for Henry. I had sec 1901, single grave 19. You attached the picture and made the following comment:

What was referred to as "Public Grounds" in the late 1800's and early 1900"s. These are now identified on the current cemetery map as Sections 7, 8 and 13.

So let me see if I got this right. Henry was buried in area Sec 1901, single grave 19 and it was called the common grounds. Not this area is section 7, 8 and 13. Is this correct?

Henry was a brother of my Grandfather that I found in the records recently. Up until then I wasn't even aware of his existence.

Thanks for the information.


Added by Linda on Dec 19, 2014 12:44 PM

2Lt Robert Irvin Benedict
My friend Geoff took me to Cambridge and we have some shots of the Tablets of the Missing on which 2Lt Robert Irvin Benedictís name appears. He is editing/cropping them for me-we may upload four. If you are not happy with them, say so-we wonít be in the least offended and we may be buying a better camera after Christmas and we can do them again.

Added by darealjolo on Dec 19, 2014 11:51 AM

Carol S
Fill hardy and Midgely
many thanks for the photos you took for me. and for transferring John Fillhardt to me.

Added by Carol S on Dec 07, 2014 10:43 PM

RE: Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial
If you go here
you will see the following-it as a blatant lie as it is possible to get.

b. THE CAMBRIDGE AMERICAN WAR CEMETERY : I am now managing some 601 ex-'CWGC/ABMC' memorials; do please be patient as I attempt 'remedial' work on most of them.[I have added countries and US states of birth, some were born well outside the US of A mainland and most importantly, ranks]. It has been a privilege to do this: I now need dates of birth and place names, as well as (in some cases) dates and places of death, so do HELP me please ASAP! Thanks to everyone who has contributed vital personal data so far. Note: I welcome any contribution anyone can make to improve the 601 memorials that I currently manage for Find-a-Grave; it has been a pleasure (albeit) a sad one to review all of them and to make changes. I was surprised that so many lacked requests for images of the gravestones/memorials. I manage all of these 601 memorials at the direct request of Find-a-Grave, to whom any queries should be directed and NOT to me personally. I look forward to hearing from you if you can make any contribution to them: I am especially grateful to Jim Chandler a.k.a. "455th AAA Historian" for the very many useful contributions he has made to Bios. recently, for the 455th AAA.

If you wish, contact my findagrave friend who has been researching at Cambridge for more than forty

Added by darealjolo on Dec 05, 2014 5:21 AM

RE: ...and the survey says:
Thanks very much for the transfers, you are very generous. I really appreciate it!

Added by WordenS on Dec 04, 2014 6:13 PM

RE: Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial
Dear Rob,
That is precisely what I wrote to another American contributor a few days ago! And my friend, who has been researching at Cambridge for just over 40 years has used your remarks, anonymously to his contacts, to say how things should be. A couple of weeks ago, there was a card with flowers on a grave from 10 of the casualtyís nieces-they probably have never heard of findagrave, leave alone being aware that they could take over the memorial. It is a stupid rule which is probably simply making their mark on things- the longer these pages are left with no bio, the less chance these memorials will ever get changed. Once upon a time, Tanya at Findagrave would transfer the memorial to anyone who put forward the slightest suggestion.

Added by darealjolo on Dec 03, 2014 1:23 PM

Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial
I just love this part of your personal profile! Have you tried to get Robert Benedictís memorial transferred to you? [I will probably do the photo request]

Most of my memorials are family, but I do enter military veterans and other graves that may catch my eye from time to time. If I have a memorial of a relative or friend of yours, send me a transfer request by way of a SAC. I don't follow Find A Grave's transfer guidelines as if they were the Ten Commandments like some folks do. If you have ever refused to transfer the memorial of a relative to someone - shame on you. That's just plain mean. What a truly horrible person it takes to be selfish with the memory of someone's deceased friend or loved one.

Please feel free to use my grave marker photos for your personal use.

Added by darealjolo on Dec 01, 2014 3:44 AM

RE: OK....
Thanks! Yes I would love them if you are willing to transfer them. Thanks you so much for adding them to findagrave.

Added by WordenS on Nov 30, 2014 3:31 PM

RE: So...

Hello Rob, my Thanksgiving was great. Looking forward to a great Christmas and New Year as well. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you.


Added by Bernice on Nov 30, 2014 8:41 AM

Carol S
RE: Tannebeck

Added by Carol S on Nov 30, 2014 12:38 AM

Carol S
Thanks for the photo you took. I do appreciate it. I will add the other two on the stone and put in a photo request.

Had some minor surgery yesterday and am a bit scattered today. So if I make any errors, please let me know.

Added by Carol S on Nov 22, 2014 8:15 AM

Ed Knecht
RE: Ben and Harry B. Dreiss
I will send for Harry's IDPF/293. This should take months to receive but will give the circumstances of his death.

What are you looking at when you find Ben and Harry buried in Alexandria Cemetery? Can you send me a link or copy of the text? I've been looking here and don't see them listed.


Added by Ed Knecht on Nov 19, 2014 9:06 PM

Ed Knecht
Ben and Harry B. Dreiss
Hello again Rob,
Harry B. Dreiss is listed as a casualty of WW2 from Campbell County. Here's a link . . .

Harry B.

I can't find a reference to his drowning. Nor can I find reference to year that he or his father died, or where they're buried. Let me know if I'm missing something.

BTW, Ben Dreiss is my great uncle; husband of my grandfather's sister.

Take care,

Added by Ed Knecht on Nov 19, 2014 5:59 PM

Ed Knecht
RE: Wrong medal displayed for 118940397
Rob, you're right. Thanks

Added by Ed Knecht on Nov 18, 2014 5:06 PM

Ed Knecht
RE: Wrong medal displayed for 118940397
Here's a link to the medals received by SSGT Patrick Orr. The DFCM is not shown for him.

Added by Ed Knecht on Nov 17, 2014 4:42 PM

Ed Knecht
Wrong medal displayed for 118940397
You have mistakenly awarded a friend of mine an incorrect medal. Would you please remove it from his memorial?

Added by Ed Knecht on Nov 16, 2014 6:24 PM


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