|Russ Dodge (#309)|
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Find a Grave Senior Administrator. |
Check out my Bio on the Find A Grave Main Page here, under "Who Is Behind Find A Grave".
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Lifelong resident of New Jersey until July 2013.
Now reside outside of Philadelphia, but will always be a "New Jerseyan" for life.
Find A Grave Contributor since 1996
Find A Grave Admin since 2002
Human Being since 1969
"Chuck Taylor's" wearer since 1979.
A majority of my contributions are Civil war-era soldiers. If you find one or any of my interments is an ancestor, I would be happy to transfer them to you.
I get a large amount of e-mails a day pertaining to Findagrave in general and my contributions in particular. If perchance I have failed to respond in a timely manner, please resend your correspondence and I will endeavor to reply.
I am also a volunteer tour guide at Philadelphia's historic Laurel Hill Cemetery, final resting place of the "Victor of Gettysburg" Major General George Gordon Meade, amongst many many others. Come visit sometime and explore some buried history.
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|Jerry Owen||RE: Cypress Hills Cemetery|
I think he is a volunteer at Cypress Hill. He is helping clear up all of the records. He said, if he could document the changes, the admins would change the records. He wanted to confirm the name and death date of a Tippah County, MS native that was wounded and captured at Gettysburg, and died in the NY hospital. The CSA vet from Ripley, MS was Green McCarley. You photographed his stone and sponsored his memorial at Findagrave. And I thank you most sincerely.
His record at Cypress matches ours at Findagrave.
|Michael A. Higgins||Athony Angelo 69th Pa|
Thanks image pf this soldiers marker in Laurel Hill Cem.Philadelphia.
|Jerry Owen||Cypress Hills Cemetery|
I just got a request for information concerning
Green McCarley, buried at Cypress Hills National Cemetery in NY.
You photographed that stone for me back in 2000, now someone needs the information for the records at Cypress Hills.
And I thank you most sincerely,
|Cathy Griggs||Clark B. Lagow|
Find A Grave # 6257426
If you're not related to him, would you please transfer to me as he is my 6th cousin.
|Richard Muņiz||RE: George Granville Lobdell|
Thank you I may need to make a trip up there.
|Kendall Mellem||Tannenberg again|
This shows a series of photos. Near the bottom are several of the cenotaph stone for Ulrich von Jungingen.
Is the "cemetery" you created at Tannenberg the one I need to use?
Thanks again, Kendall
|Kendall Mellem||Tannenberg Memorial - location?|
Hello, Russ! I found your memorial for Paul von Hindenburg at the Tannenberg Memorial and would like to create a memorial for at least one other person who is either buried or has a cenotaph there. However, when I check Wikipedia, the location appears to be different, rather in Olsztyn County, in Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship of Poland. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tannenberg_Memorial)
I'm not sure whether I need to create a new cemetery for Ulrich von Jungingen, who fell at Tannenberg and who is said to be memorialized on the monument there, whether yours is the one I need.
|Aircrew Remembered||Find A Grave|
Just a couple of words to thank you for all the work that you do and I am proud that I am able to contribute what I can.
|Mike Serpa||Alexander Mitchell Beattie|
I have a photo of Medal of Honor winner Alexander Mitchell Beattie but findagrave has determined that no mores photos are needed. But there are no photos of him. Is there a way to add a photo of him?
|janicet||Joseph Reed memorial #20308|
You have posted a headstone photo for Joseph Reed memorial #20308.
I see that their daughter is on the headstone and I created a memorial for her at #132136741 and requested a photo. If you post your photo on it then you will get credit and I will get a photo. The first photo is the list has the clearest picture of her portion of the stone so that would be a great one to post. Thank you for all that you do for findagrave.
Added by janicet on Jul 01, 2014 12:17 AM
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